Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) seeks to incentivize states to adopt Red Flag Laws allowing gun confiscation.
On Saturday, Breitbart News reported that Graham had given Democrats a green light for a March 26 hearing on the confiscatory gun laws. He told CNN that the gun confiscation laws represent a place where Republicans and Democrats “can come together.” Continue reading
Western Journal – by C. Douglas Golden
At what point does support for a student movement constitute indoctrination? Parents in Portland say the public schools there crossed the line during last year’s Parkland-inspired walkouts.
According to KATU-TV, Portland Public Schools is being sued by four parents who say that the schools used taxpayer resources to assist anti-gun students who took part in protests last year. Continue reading
If Americans Knew – by Alison Weir
The Israel lobby is one of the most powerful and pervasive special interest groups in the United States. It consists of a multitude of powerful institutions and individuals that work to influence Congress, the president, academia, the media, religious institutions, and American public opinion on behalf of Israel. Continue reading
Public Intelligence Blog
My bottom line up front:
1. Assailant tapes self driving to mosque
2. Nazi-era music playing from the start.
3. Feel of a video game or home movie.
4. Three fake weapons on floor of car Continue reading
A federal appeals court has put a roadblock in front of the government’s attempt to appeal a district judge’s decision to throw out its case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy on the grounds of prosecutorial misconduct.
Bundy and other family members were charged after an armed standoff at their ranch over grazing fees the government claimed they had not paid. The government confiscated some of the family’s cattle, supporters from across the nation gathered and the standoff ensued. The feds eventually backed down. Continue reading
The Jamestown Sun
KINDRED, N.D. — Marvel Von Hagen and her love of 37 years were living the good life.
The 60-year-old woman built hotels for a living while her man worked as a plumber. The couple who have lived in their Kindred home for 29 years were never ones to ask for help, even after medical bills started to roll in for her back and his diagnosis of colorectal cancer. Continue reading
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
Detroit, MI — An utterly shocking video—taken from inside a hospital—of a Detroit police officer savagely beating a naked mentally ill woman was so disturbing that Cpl. Dewayne Jones, 47, was charged with misconduct in office, along with misdemeanor assault and battery.
As TFTP reported at the time, the video was sent to local news station FOX 2 by a witness to the horrifying beating last August. What it shows is nothing short of barbarous abuse of a defenseless woman by a public servant. Continue reading
Chron – by Julian Gill
A petrochemical fire at a Deer Park plant could burn for two more days, officials said Monday morning, one day after the fire broke out.
Emergency crews, including the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office, have been trying to control the fire at the Intercontinental Terminals Company, which erupted about 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Continue reading
Breitbart – by John Binder
The Department of Homeland Security released 84,500 foreign family members into the United States since December after they crossed through the U.S.-Mexico border, Breitbart News has confirmed.
In newly confirmed federal data from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, Breitbart News has learned the massive scale and scope of DHS’s ramped up Catch and Release policy. Continue reading
World Events and the Bible
WEB Notes: You know, it occured to me, “what would Jesus do” in this circumstance?…
13 “And the Jews’ passover was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem,” Continue reading
The Organic Prepper
If you have any ground turkey in your freezer, you need to check to see if it’s among the more than 78000 pounds of meat that has just been recalled.
Produced by Butterball, LLC, in Mount Olive, N.C, the turkey was sold in July under several brand names including Butterball, Kroger, and Food Lion. Continue reading
Six men with connections to protests in Ferguson, Missouri, have all met untimely deaths in the past four years drawing speculation in the activist community that something sinister is at play.
Two were found dead inside torched cars, three died of apparent suicides and another collapsed on a bus, his death ruled an overdose. Continue reading
In other news: Due to conspiracy theories, make sure to get information about this attack ONLY from the government.
Via: New Zealand Herald:
Some of the world’s most deadly sharpshooters were in Christchurch when New Zealand’s worst ever terror attack unfolded on Friday, with NZSAS taking to the streets to help hunt the rampaging mosque shooter. Continue reading
Post and Courier
South Carolina sheriffs have embezzled, bribed and dipped into public funds for expensive chauffeurs. They’ve driven drunk and bullied other public officials. They’ve been accused of leveraging their power to sexually assault their female employees.
While many South Carolina sheriffs have strong records of serving the public, others served themselves and their cronies, a five-month Post and Courier investigation found. Continue reading
NEW YORK (AP) — A man wanted in the 1999 shooting of an off-duty New York Police Department officer who later died from his injuries was arrested in Florida almost two decades after the incident, and the head of the NYPD on Sunday offered his thanks to fellow law enforcement for their perseverance.
Local television stations in Jacksonville, Florida, reported Lester Pearson, 43, was taken into custody Friday morning in connection to the death of officer Vincent Ling. Continue reading
Ammoland – by John Crump
Harrisburg, PA –-(Ammoland.com)- A new bill introduced in Pennsylvania would establish a gun registry within the state.
HB0768 is known as the Firearms Registration Act. The Democrats that introduced the bill were Mary Louise Isaacson (D), Angel Cruz (D), and Mary Jo Daley (D). Last Friday, the General Assembly referred the bill to the committee on judiciary. Continue reading