Continue reading “ATF Changing Form 4473 To Make National Gun Registry Easier : Call To Action By 2/24/20”

Ammoland – by Alan Gottlieb

BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg is continuing what appears to be an attempted “leveraged buyout” of the Second Amendment as Everytown for Gun Safety—the group he co-founded and bankrolled—has pledged to spend $8 million in Texas; just part of the $60 million that group has vowed to spend in order to elect anti-rights politicians this fall.

That’s the observation from the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Former New York City Mayor Bloomberg, seeking to buy his way into the White House by running for president as a Democrat, has weaponized his vast wealth to buy an election. Continue reading “Bloomberg’ ‘Leveraged Buyout’ Of 2A Continues; Everytown Spends $8M In Texas”


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Archive: TWFTT 2-20-20

Health Impact News – by Brian Shilhavy

In May of 2018 Health Impact News published the story of Philadelphia Family Court Judge Lyris Younge, who was accused of “judicially created parental alienation” by a Pennsylvania state appeals court. See: Continue reading “Justice for Medical Kidnapping! Philadelphia Judge Confesses to Illegally Jailing Parents”

Mint Press News – by Whitney Webb

TEL AVIV — Since the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced it would investigate war crimes committed by Israel in the Gaza Strip and occupied West Bank last December, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been attempting to rally Israel’s allies in a multilateral effort to stop the ICC’s probe.  Continue reading “Netanyahu “Optimistic” Israel Can Use Political Pressure To Shut Down ICC War Crimes Probe”

Information Liberation – by Chris Menahan

Jewish American pedophiles are escaping justice by fleeing to Israel and automatically attaining Israeli citizenship under their right of return laws, CBS News reports.  Continue reading “CBS News: ‘How Jewish American Pedophiles Hide From Justice in Israel’”

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RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Is one suburban county going too far trying to legislate what residents can and cannot do in the privacy of their own homes?

Hoping to be the most progressive county in the state, Suffolk County is proposing a law that would snuff out secondhand smoke in apartment complexes, condominiums, and multi-family dwellings, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Wednesday.  Continue reading “Suffolk County To Attempt To Ban Smoking In Private Homes”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

New Castle, DE — As the Free Thought Project has reported numerous times, the only thing dangerous about marijuana is what happens when the police catch you with it. Marijuana will not kill you, but the police officers who find you with it just might. The violent arrest of a 16-year-old Delaware boy proves this notion. Now, the taxpayers of New Castle will be held liable because the officer who did the punching, was not.  Continue reading “Cops Smell Weed on 16yo Boy and Beat the Hell Out of Him—Taxpayers to Be Held Liable”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Mobile, AL — The Mobile police department is conducting damage control this week after one of their officers was recorded by a bystander choking a handcuffed man and slamming him into a patrol car.

Had a bystander not recorded the incident, this officer would still be on patrol. However, it was announced on Wednesday that officer Blake Duke had been placed on desk duty. Officials say Duke “has been taken off patrolling the streets and has been placed on desk duty pending the outcome of the investigation.” Continue reading “Cop Caught on Disturbing Video Choking and Beating Handcuffed Man”

Courthouse News Service – by Cameron Langford

HOUSTON (CN) – A federal judge dismissed the claims of Houston residents seeking to hold the government liable for flooding their homes with Hurricane Harvey storm water released from two dams, finding there is no constitutional right to perfect flood control.

U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Loren Smith’s Tuesday order came the same day the Weatherwise magazine published a study naming Hurricane Harvey the most extreme storm of the 2010s, responsible for $108 billion in property damage and 82 deaths. Continue reading “Judge Denies Relief for Downstream Houston Flood Victims”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The Washington Post is taking heat over a Tuesday op-ed authored by Marquette University political science professor Julia Azari, titled “It’s time to give the elites a bigger say in choosing the president.”

Azari argues that the Democratic party’s primary process is overly-complicated and convoluted, and the process of choosing the nominee should instead be placed in the hands of politicians insteadContinue reading “WaPo Claims Elites Should Run Elections; Quietly Edits Article After Public Outrage Ensues”

LifeSiteNews – by Martin Bürger

MADISON, Wisconsin, February 19, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Parents are suing the Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin for enabling children to socially transition to a member of the opposite sex at school without parental notice or consent. Teachers are directed to deceive parents by using the child’s birth name and biological sex whenever parents are involved.  Continue reading “Parents sue public school district for enabling kids to change ‘gender’ without parental notice, consent”

Daily Wire – by Hank Berrien

A small New York town of roughly 16,000 people has rebuffed their local library, which had planned to host a Drag Queen Story Hour event on February 8.

Robin Janovich and Tom McDermott of The Rye Record saw an announcement about the program at the Rye Free Reading Room (RFRR) in late January. Janovich wrote that seeing the announcement “stopped us in our editing tracks: Drag Queen Story Hour. For ages 3-8. ‘Families can celebrate difference, learn empathy, and create crafts…Kids are encouraged to celebrate diversity while building confidence in self-expression.’”  Continue reading “Small Town Pushes Back Against Library’s Drag Queen Event For Young Children. Now It’s A Battle”