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Breitbart – by Daniel Nussbaum
Five cast members of the upcoming Ferguson stage play abruptly quit this week after reading the play’s script, which recreates the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson using testimony taken from the grand jury proceedings in the case.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the cast members quit the production after learning the true circumstances surrounding Brown’s death. Playwright and producer Phelim McAleer told Breitbart News that the script is based strictly on grand jury testimony, with “nothing added. No dialogue, no characters.” Continue reading
Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins
In September, Breitbart News reported that the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence joined with Sandy and Lonnie Phillips in suing Lucky Gunner and other firearm-related stores for selling ammunition and other supplies to alleged Aurora theater gunman, James Holmes.
Holmes allegedly opened fire on movies-goers watching The Dark Knight Rises on July 20, 2012. Continue reading
SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah — A woman in Saratoga Springs said she got a feeling Monday morning that her husband was in trouble. So she rushed home and ended up saving his life.
According to police, 43-year-old Scott Mayhew was inside his garage on North Taylor Street, working on his car, when the vehicle fell off the jack crushing the man’s chest.
For an hour and a half the man laid trapped and injured, yelling for help. Continue reading
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Natural News – by Daniel Barker
The kidnapping of children by Child Protection Services has become all too common in recent years. Often, the removal of children from their homes is completely unjustified and carried out for the flimsiest of reasons.
Such is the case concerning Angela Borths, a caring mother whose three young children have been taken into custody by Oregon CPS authorities. Borths has been accused of “medical neglect,” a very serious-sounding charge, and one which seems totally unfounded when one examines the details involved in the decision. Continue reading
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WJHG 7 – by Kelly Baumgarten
PANAMA CITY BEACH– UPDATE: March 23 12:30 p.m.
Emory University released this statement Thursday morning by email:
“Emory University was appalled to learn of acts of disrespect and harassment that were directed at attendees of the Warrior Beach Retreat in Florida this past weekend. Continue reading
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Indian Country – by Vincent Schilling
Approximately a dozen Native actors and actresses, as well as the Native cultural advisor, left the set of Adam Sandler’s newest film production,The Ridiculous Six, on Wednesday. The actors, who were primarily from the Navajo nation, left the set after the satirical western’s script repeatedly insulted native women and elders and grossly misrepresented Apache culture.
The examples of disrespect included Native women’s names such as Beaver’s Breath and No Bra, an actress portraying an Apache woman squatting and urinating while smoking a peace pipe, and feathers inappropriately positioned on a teepee. Continue reading
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The Patriot Mancave Art is a large 36″ x 36″ (33″ mounted on frame) painted canvas. (If you have a 3% group or militia insignia, we can add that if you win) Continue reading
Ben Swann – by Rachel Blevins
On Thursday, dashcam video was published by WPTV, which depicted an encounter between 20-year-old Dontrell Stephens and Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Deputy Adam Lin that left Stephens paralyzed from the waist down in September 2013.
The video shows Lin trailing Stephens, as Stephens rides on his bicycle while talking on his cellphone. Stephens pulls off to the side of the road, gets off of his bicycle, walks towards Lin and out of the dash cam’s frame, with his cellphone in his right hand. Continue reading
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Aljazeera – by Jenifer Fenton
The recent arrests on terrorism-related charges of six young Somali-Americans from Minneapolis and others throughout the United States have prompted renewed questions over the issue of entrapment, and over the degree of real security achieved by disrupting plots that law-enforcement had helped shape. Continue reading
Guns.com – by Chris Eger
After reversing her policy to call for further “good cause” justification for pending concealed carry permit holders, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens agreed to process 1,700 applications currently in limbo.
The sheriff, who has jurisdiction over some 3 million Californians, for 14 months accepted applications under the more permissive shall-issue guidelines of the Peruta decision handed down by a federal appeals court last February. Continue reading
Guns.com – by Jennifer Cruz
An inmate at a California prison is dead after he was shot Wednesday morning by a corrections officer who appeared to have fired in defense of another inmate.
Around 10:15 a.m., two inmates began assaulting a third inmate at Kern Valley State Prison in Delano, about 30 miles north of Bakersfield. The attack continued and the third inmate was eventually knocked unconscious, a local ABC affiliate reported. While that inmate laid on the ground, unresponsive and unable to defend himself, a corrections officer attempted to stop the fight but was initially unsuccessful. Continue reading
The American Spectator – by Paul Kengor
As president, Barack Obama is many things — many unprecedented things. There’s the commendable: the truly historic achievement (with apologies to Bill Clinton) of being the first black president. There’s the dubious: the lamentable distinction (christened by Newt Gingrich) of being the first “food stamp president.”
But here’s an intriguing, provocative thought: Is Barack Obama our first “Red Diaper Baby” president? Gee, that would be unprecedented. Continue reading
Survivopedia – by Fred Tyrell
Many preppers turn to Survivopedia asking what would be the best survival gun. There are a lot to consider before giving them any answer, if you think about how different people are. But one thing applies to everyone relying on firearms for self-defense: the best survival gun is the one that you already have.
Still owning a gun means more than shooting once in a while: without proper maintenance and cleaning it will let you down in the most critical moments. Continue reading
US Vice President Joe Biden said that Israel will be getting a shipment of the United States’ new F-35 fighter jet so that its military can retain its “qualitative edge” in the Middle East.
Biden made the announcement in Washington, DC while giving a speech during a celebration of Israel’s Independence Day, Reuters reported. The relationship between Israel and the US has been strained over the past few years due to disagreements about Jewish settlements in Palestinian territories and Iran’s nuclear program, but the two nations continue to maintain strong military ties. Continue reading