Rep. Jerry Stogsdill (D-Prairie Village) introduced a bill in the Kansas legislature that would impose a 5% privilege tax on the sale of guns and ammunition in the state. Law enforcement and the military would be exempt.
There is a lot we apparently don’t understand about the coronavirus. Last week it was a Frankenstein scenario and billions of dollars was transferred in a matter of hours and new accounts were created. Everybody was a believer.
Europe is on the brink of a new migrant crisis as Greece locked down its land and sea routes while Turkey pulled out of a long-standing deal to stop the country’s 3.6 million refugees from travelling beyond its borders.
It just can’t get bad enough, and I can ‘t write fast enough. The headlines at the end of the week are now stunning, so I’m going to share several of them along with some quotations from the bawling and dying market bulls. In just one week, this has become the fastest stock market plunge since the Great Depression! So, if you have a bull you love, save his bullish butt by nailing upper-story windows shut. Continue reading “It’s a Bloodbath, and There’s a Toaster in the Bathwater”
It seems due to the brainwashing of the American commoner, and the almost total indoctrination machine of the state that is used to dumb down the populace at large, that apathy has become so rampant as to allow the general acceptance of fallacious state narratives. These narratives that concern the very suspicious deaths of any that challenge the ruling class or their political puppets, and almost without question, seem to be never-ending these days. There are an unbelievable number of victims of so-called “apparent suicides,” assassinations, outright murder, disappearance, strange car crashes, poisonings, and any other number of unlikely death scenarios of those that have damning information about the state, its wars, and its secrets, and have the guts to tell the truth. Coincidence is no longer a reasonable argument concerning these deaths, and actually never has been legitimate. Continue reading “Another Whistleblower Suicide: The Immediate and Unquestioned State Narrative of Philip Haney’s Death”
A federal appeals court in California on Friday initially blocked a centerpiece of the Trump administration’s network of restrictive policies at the southern border, ordering officials there to stop sending asylum-seekers to Mexico, where tens of thousands of Latin American migrants returned by the U.S. have been stranded for months.
Update: According to the Financial Times certain Class B pandemic bonds are set to mature on June 15, that’s one month earlier than the initially reported date (July 15). Two things are important here. One, by making the mature date June 15 the control grid syndicate seems to have to buy less time for itself (delay declaring the coronavirus outbreak a “pandemic”). Two, the World Bank is provably and deliberately a dishonest entity because on its website it says that the pandemic bonds mature on July 15, 2020. Where the new date, June 15, comes from is not clear. Perhaps Larry Summers knows… Continue reading “Coronavirus: Larry Summers is Key Player in Pandemic Bonds Scam”
We can all agree that 50 tons of vitamin C pretty much qualifies as a megadose. We can also likely agree that trucking 50 tons of vitamin C, straight into Wuhan, full in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, qualifies as news.
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Attorney General William Barr on Thursday gave a strong message of support to the country’s police officers, calling for Americans to respect cops and push back against an anti-cop attitude that sees resisting police as acceptable.
“Being a police officer is more difficult than it’s ever been before,” Barr said at an International Association of Chiefs of Police event in Miami. “One reason is the emergence of a deeply troubling attitude towards police in some parts of our society. Far from respecting the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect us, it is becoming common in some quarters to scapegoat the police … and disparage the vital role played by law enforcement in our society.” Continue reading “Barr sounds call to push back against anti-cop attitudes, adopt ‘zero tolerance’ to resisting police”