Gateway Pundit – by Michael Robison
On Thursday, the Supreme Court issued a ruling in Vega V Tekoh , a case involving the administration of Miranda rights, with the court ruling that a suspect’s words or statements can be used in court regardless of their Miranda rights .
For background, these are the facts of the case in question: Continue reading “Supreme Court Issues Ruling, Gutting Miranda Rights And Threatening The Fifth Amendment”
Western Journal – by Richard Moorhead
Bill Gates has made himself the single largest private owner of farmland in the United States.
The globalist billionaire expanded his holdings of American
farmland , accumulating a total of 242,000 acres of the most arable land in America, according to The Daily Caller. Continue reading “Bill Gates Buys Massive Amount of Farmland in North Dakota, But the State AG Just Stepped in”
Brownstone Institute – by Aaron Kheriaty
I will be heading to Sacramento next Monday to testify at a Senate committee hearing on California
Assembly Bill 2098. The bill, sponsored by Senator Pan—who has been in Pharma’s back pocket for years and the source of much legislative health policy mischief in my home state—would give the medical board the authority to punish any physicians who challenge the safety and efficacy of covid vaccines. Continue reading “California Plotting to Punish Medical Dissent”
“Because the State of New York issues public-carry licenses only when an applicant demonstrates a special need for self-defense, we conclude that the State’s licensing regime violates the Constitution,” Justice Clarence Thomas wrote for the court’s 6-3 majority.
Continue reading “Supreme Court says Constitution protects right to carry a gun outside the home”
Natural News – by Belle Carter
Paralegal and writer Katherine Watt slammed both the legislative and executive branches of government for
orchestrating a massive domestic bioterrorism under the guise of a public health program. According to her, the two branches secretly legalized and funded the overthrow of the Constitution, the government and the American people. Continue reading “Laws Have Been Deliberately Amended to Authorize Massive Bioterrorism”
Ghislaine Maxwell used her connections to Bill Clinton in an effort to get herself a lower sentence for trafficking underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein.
The disgraced socialite pointed to her work for the former President’s philanthropic endeavors three times as she argued she should serve just four years in jail at her sentencing on June 28th.
Continue reading “Ghislaine Maxwell touted her connection to Bill Clinton and how she helped launch his Global Initiative”
The Senate voted to advance bipartisan gun legislation on Tuesday, with hopes of passing it prior to the July 4 recess.
All 50 members of the Democratic caucus joined 14 Republicans in moving the legislation forward. The bill comes after a number of mass shootings, most notably
in Buffalo, N.Y., and Uvalde, Texas. Continue reading “What’s in the Senate’s new gun control bill”
Gateway Pundit – by Joe Hoft
Did you ever think you’d live to see American parents relying on Mexico for their baby’s survival?
Back in May The Gateway Pundit reported that American parents were
traveling to Tijuana to purchase baby formula. Continue reading “Si Se Puede! Biden Admin will Import Baby Formula from Mexico”
CNN – July 5, 2016
Move over, Saudi Arabia and Russia. America now has more untapped oil than any other country on the planet.
Continue reading “Flashback: U.S. has more untapped oil than Saudi Arabia or Russia”
National Pulse – by Natalie Winters
A new study analyzing the impacts of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on sperm count showed that men receiving the jab suffered a sustained loss in sperm count. The news comes after years of
mockery by corporate media outlets over the concern, as well as false “fact checks” by outlets with direct links to vaccine manufacturers. Continue reading “STUDY: Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine DOES Lower Men’s Sperm Count.”
Mises – by Daniel Lacalle
United States consumption figure seems robust. An 0.9 percent rise in personal spending in April looks good on paper, especially considering the challenges that the economy faces. This apparently strong figure is supporting an average consensus estimate for the second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) of 3 percent, according to Blue Chip Financial Forecasts. Continue reading “US Household Saving Rate Vanishes, Credit Card Debt Soars”
The elementary school in
Uvalde, Texas, where 19 students and two faculty members were killed by a gunman last month will be demolished, the city’s mayor announced. Continue reading “Robb Elementary School, Uvalde school shooting site, to be demolished”
(Bloomberg) — Ukraine’s top law-enforcement official is championing a loosening of gun restrictions as Russia’s attack on the country shifts sentiment toward more openness on civilian possession of firearms.
Continue reading “Ukrainians Should Own More Guns After War Ends, Law Chief Says”
In May, a South Philadelphia man stepped out of his house for a smoke when police said a
gun-wielding man rode up on a bicycle and demanded money. The homeowner dropped his cigarette, pulled out his licensed gun, and fatally shot the would-be robber in the head. Continue reading “As more people get guns and carry permits, Philly sees a sharp rise in homicides ruled justified”
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