An Ohio officer slammed a handcuffed man’s face into a police cruiser with so much force that it broke the windshield, causing the glass to shatter, newly released footage shows. Despite the violent impact, the local police chief is defending the officer.
Dash cam video obtained exclusively by NBC affiliate WKYC shows Pele Smith being escorted to the squad car while handcuffed in Lorain, Ohio. Continue reading “Ohio cop shatters windshield of police cruiser with handcuffed man’s face”
While on the campaign trail in 1972, Hunter S. Thompson issued a dire warning that is more true today than it ever has been.
He warned us about what would happen to the country if we continued along the destructive path he noticed nearly 45 years ago. He observed that if Americans continued to accept “lesser of two evilism” the only thing we’d end up with would be increased evil. Continue reading “Hunter S. Thompson’s Prescient 1972 Warning”
I learned this morning that Swifty Lomax’s better half is facing a problem with COPD as a result of failed chemo treatments that adversely affected her immune system she went on to survive lung cancer through the use of Rick Simpson Oil.
Swifty requests prayers for his wife, Judy, information on where to obtain nutrasilver that is 3600 ppm, and any other homeopathic remedies for COPD.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
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MOSCOW/BEIRUT (Reuters) – Russia is sending more warplanes to Syria to ramp up its campaign of air strikes, a Russian newspaper reported on Friday, as Moscow defied global censure over an escalation that Western countries say has torpedoed diplomacy.
U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel described the Russian and Syrian bombing of the city of Aleppo as “barbarous”, the White House said after the two leaders spoke by telephone. Continue reading “Russia sends more warplanes to Syria amid world anger at ‘barbarous’ strikes”
We have to get this straight, although it is confusing. The whole Country is blaming the FBI for giving immunity to the Clinton staff in EmailGate, but let me stress again: Loretta Lynch of the DOJ gave these immunity deals to Clinton’s top aides, then laid the investigation into the lap of the FBI.
I am putting the pieces of the puzzle together, and I keep going back to the illegal meeting of Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton on an Arizona tarmac…remember. I believe at this point that is when the deal went down to “give out immunity like candy” to the Clinton staff. Continue reading “FBI Agents Believe That The Justice Department AKA Loretta Lynch And Clinton Made A Deal To Give Immunity To The Clinton Staff In The Email Scandal.”
All Ryan Turk wanted was his carton of milk.
The teenager says he had forgotten to grab the drink the first time through the line at the Graham Park Middle School cafeteria, so he headed back. A recipient of free lunches at the Virginia school, Ryan felt he was just doing what he did every day. Continue reading “Teen accused of stealing 65-cent carton of milk at middle school to face trial”
Pensacola, FL – A Florida deputy is being accused of excessive force, and adding insult to injury by baking his victim a “sorry I tased you” cake. According to victim Stephanie Byron, deputy Michael Wohlers showed up at the building where she worked for no reason. He then began bullying her and other employees that were present.
The lawsuit states that the officer “used his apparent law enforcement authority to intimidate, harass, and threaten plaintiff … about her personal life. Because Wohlers did not like how Plaintiff failed to respond to his show of authority, Wohlers became increasingly aggressive toward employees at the apartment complex’s office, including with Ms. Byron.” Continue reading “Insane Cop Attacks Innocent Woman, Tasers Her for No Reason Then Gives Her a ‘Sorry I Tased You’ Cake”
Well, there are true friends and there are traitorous backstabbers. It appears that political prisoner Ryan Payne is now claiming that Mark McConnell, who was outed in court as an informant for the government, more than likely received $25,000 for his role in betraying the men and women who took a constitutional stand at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge late last year and earlier this year.
The following is from court documents, which we reported about last week concerning Mark McConnell, who is the driver being referred to in the transcript. Continue reading “Prisoner Ryan Payne: Mark McConnell Most Likely Received $25,000 for Informing Feds during Malheur Occupation”
CIUDAD VICTORIA, Tamaulipas — The war between two rival factions of the Los Zetas Cartel has set off an unstoppable wave of violence that continues to spread death and terror. This week, the violence spiked with seven executions and a gun battle that killed six others in a span of less than 24 hours.
The most recent violent event took place on Thursday early morning when authorities faced off with six cartel gunmen at a stash house in the Jacarandas neighborhood. The Tamaulipas government revealed that three gunmen died in the gun battle–but also found the bodies of three victims who appeared to have been previously executed. Continue reading “Cartel Civil War Kills 13 in 24 Hours Near Texas Border”
The General Accountability Office, the government’s non-partisan watchdog agency, issued a ruling today holding that the Obama administration’s diversion of billions of dollars from the United States Treasury to insurers selling individual policies on the ACA Exchanges was illegal. The GAO joins the Congressional Research Service, another non-partisan agency, in finding that these payments, which the Obama administration has insisted are lawful, are in fact completely unauthorized and inappropriate. For what it is worth, the GAO opinion is also largely consistent with views I have expressed on several occasions (here and here).
Continue reading “Busted: GAO Finds Payments To Insurers Under Affordable Care Act Are Illegal”
A House Republican introduced legislation to prevent the U.S. government from granting immigrants citizenship, responding to a report found that several hundred people slated for deportation were accidentally naturalized.
The bill, offered by Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas) before Congress departed this week for its pre-election recess, would halt any new naturalizations until the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) finishes modernizing its fingerprint record database. Continue reading “GOP bill proposes freeze on US naturalizations”
A white police officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of an unarmed black man pleaded not guilty on Friday in court in Tulsa, Oklahoma, according to her attorney’s office.
Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby, 42, did not testify at the hearing. She is charged with killing Terence Crutcher, 40, in one of the latest officer-involved shootings to stoke concerns about racial bias in policing in the United States. Continue reading “Tulsa officer pleads not guilty to manslaughter in shooting death”
The chief justice of Alabama’s Supreme Court, charged with defying federal court rulings that permit same-sex marriage, was suspended on Friday for a second time after being found guilty of violating judicial ethics, the Alabama Court of the Judiciary ruled.
Chief Justice Roy Moore had gone on trial Wednesday on charges that he violated Alabama’s canons of judicial ethics with a Jan. 6 order that said probate judges were bound by state law banning gay marriage. Continue reading “Alabama Chief Justice suspended over gay marriage stance”
Seemingly confirming the rumor, Agence France Press reports that Deutsche Bank is nearing a $5.4 billion settlement with the US Justice Department. This has catalyzed another leg higher in Deutsche Bank stock and lifted the whole market as it would appear that unconfirmed sources have ‘fixed’ the world’s most systemically dangerous bank (despite the fact that short-dated counterparty risk is soaring).
The opening shot in a widely anticipated establishment crackdown on educational freedom may have been fired last week. Speaking at a breakfast with reporters, Obama’s controversial Education Secretary, pro-Common Core activist John King (shown), said he was “concerned” that some home-educated children were not getting the “breadth of instructional experience” they would get at a traditional school. While the senior Obama bureaucrat acknowledged that many homeschool families are doing it well, he also repeated the debunked smear that homeschooled children lack opportunities for socialization. Experts and critics, though, promptly lambasted King for his naive or malicious comments, suggesting that, if anything, he ought to be far more concerned about children in public schools. Some experts even offered to help educate Obama’s education chief on the issue. Continue reading “Obama’s Education Secretary “Concerned” About Homeschooling”