Date: October 5th, 2021


Supreme Court begins “blockbuster docket”

All Eyes are on the Court By Dr. Jim Denison The US Supreme Court returned to in-person oral arguments yesterday for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. ABC News is calling this year’s term a “blockbuster docket.” Here’s why: By the end of next June, the court could hand down major decisions on: abortion handgun rights the…


Bullying, Bloodsport, and the Media’s Double Standard

By Erick-Woods Erickson “Behind every bullied woman is a man yelling about free speech,” read the Jezebel headline and tweet on March 9, 2014. The story involved nude pictures of celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence. Jezebel insisted that the website Reddit had an obligation to scrub its website of links to the nudes because the pictures…

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Judge in Rittenhouse Case Denies Prosecution and Defense Motions

[su_note radius=”9″]Editor’s Note: I cannot explain to you the importance of this particular trail, but it is important. Governments have long used fear to override the critical thinking faculties of their people. Naomi Klein calls it ‘The Shock Doctrine’. As Montesquieu said, “Republics are motivated by virtue, monarchies are motivated by honor and despotisms are…

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CCW Resurgence in WA as FBI Report Notes Spike in Murders

By David Workman | Ammoland When the COVID-19 outbreak hit in late February 2020, law enforcement agencies in Washington State “suspended” their concealed pistol license application process for several months, and the decline in active CPLs began, from more than 650,000 to a low of 619,000 on April 1 of this year. But that has…


An Agenda for World Domination – Or Am I Just a Nut?

by Tom DeWeese <> For the better part of thirty years I have been trying to sound the alarm over the dangers of Agenda 21 to human society. For my efforts I have been labeled a conspiracy theorists, spreading fear and hate against a reasonable and sound desire to simply protect the environment for future…

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Attacks on Sinema turn increasingly personal

BY JULIA MANCHESTER | THE HILL Attacks on Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) are becoming increasingly personal as she faces blowback for refusing to support the massive $3.5 trillion budget that progressives are demanding pass alongside the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal. On Sunday, video surfaced of protesters following Sinema into a bathroom at Arizona State University, where one…

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Facebook to take center stage at whistleblower hearing

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is set to give highly anticipated testimony to a Senate panel on Tuesday that the Silicon Valley giant ignored internal warnings about misinformation and dangerous content. Haugen, a former Facebook product manager, came public for the first time in a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday night, which expanded on the…

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Facebook and its apps start to come back online after stocks tank

Facebook offered “sincere apologies” Monday afternoon as a sweeping outage of its site and various other properties, including Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger, stretched for more than six hours and helped to wipe more than $50 billion off Facebook’s market cap — the stock’s worst day of trading in almost a year. The issues started around 11:45 a.m….

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Biden administration reverses Trump abortion referral ban for family planning clinics

The Biden administration on Monday rescinded former President Trump’s rule banning family planning clinics from providing abortion referrals to patients, as debates over abortion have taken center stage. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced its last regulation to finalize the reversal of the Trump-era rule designed to prevent clinics from receiving Title…