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It seems that the liberal Democrat Party has done something truly disgusting. There are voter registration booths popping up at the Michael Brown memorials.
In a move that many are criticizing as tacky, liberal organizers of the Democratic National Convention have set up voter registration booths right on the site where Michael Brown was killed and where crowds have set up a makeshift memorial. Continue reading
FALFURRIAS – Brooks County remains a busy human-smuggling corridor despite the reported drop in illegal crossings, area ranchers said.
The ranchers feel different groups along the border are sending mixed messages about the reality of the border crisis.
Recent remarks by McAllen Chamber of Commerce officials forced a group in Brooks County to draft a letter asking for the truth to be told about illegal immigration. Continue reading
HIDALGO – Violence continues in the Mexican border city of Reynosa.
Reynosa officials confirmed a shooting happened Wednesday morning. The firefight spread panic among the residents, they said.
Reynosa residents said gun battles have become commonplace in the city. Wednesday’s shooting left one soldier dead, according to Tamaulipas state officials. Continue reading
via The Straits Times / August 19, 2014 / Japan is to restart exports of rice grown in Fukushima for the first time since foreign sales were halted due to fears of contamination by the nuclear disaster there, officials said on Tuesday.
The National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations (Zen-Noh), a major wholesaler of Japanese agricultural products, said it will send 300kg of the grain to Singapore. Its provenance will be marked and it will not be mixed with other produce, an official said. The rice was grown some 60km to 80km west of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, he said. Continue reading
Richard Haass, director of the Council on Foreign Relations and former high level functionary at the State Department, is calling for attacking ISIS.
The CFR, as Hillary Clinton has readily admitted, drives U.S. foreign policy.
The remarks by Haass foreshadow an expansion of U.S. military action following the Pentagon’s attacks of little consequence on ISIS following the theatrical Mount Sinjar incident and the vastly overstated Yazidis humanitarian situation reported earlier this month. Continue reading
Sacramento City officials say they were not informed that there is a potential Ebola victim in their mist and that the fatal virus might have reached California’s capital city.
Councilman Allen Warren of Sacramento’s District 2 told Fox 40, “Not in a public setting and I have not had any discussion with anybody about that issue,” when asked if the council had any knowledge about the situation.
And according to Vice Mayor Jay Schenirer, “We work with the county on that. So, if there was something going on and the county wanted us to know, we would be following their lead.” Continue reading
This must be part of the implementation of the North American Union.
HOUSTON, Texas – Earlier this week Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed new rules into law, which allow private companies to access state-run oil fields.
Nieto said that certain oil fields will be kept for the use of Petroleos Mexicanos (also known as Pemex), according to the Associated Press (AP). The sections that will be available to private and foreign companies will be revealed soon. The president reportedly hopes to have regulations in place to put the new rules into motion within the next few weeks. Continue reading
I guess now they are finally getting India involved in the World War scene.
India will unveil its first home-built anti-submarine warship tomorrow in a move to deter China from conducting underwater patrols near its shores.
Defense Minister Arun Jaitley will commission the 3,300-ton INS Kamorta at the southeastern Vishakapatnam port. The move comes a week after Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the largest indigenously built guided-missile destroyer and vowed to bolster the country’s defenses so “no one dares to cast an evil glance at India.” Continue reading
Israeli settlers have unleashed a large pack of dogs on Palestinian children, brutally injuring one near Salfit in the center of the occupied West Bank.
The dogs harshly savaged the five-year-old boy, who is in dire need of several surgeries, including a facial reconstructive one.
The boy, identified as Karmel Moayyad Shakir, was playing with his peers in the village of Azawiyeh when the illegal settlers from the nearby Kannat settlement arrived at the spot along with a large pack of dogs. Continue reading
Texas Gov. Rick Perry lost his right to carry a concealed firearm after being indicted Friday on two felony counts of abuse of power.
While under his indictment, Perry is not allowed to carry a concealed firearm in a public place, and according to federal law 18 USC 922(n), he’s also legally prohibited from buying guns and ammunition, Austin American-Statesman reports.
The letter of the law reads: Continue reading
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) suggested that Republican candidates in this year’s midterm elections should run on granting a pathway to citizenship for all of the country’s illegal immigrants.
Ryan, who had reportedly been working behind the scenes with Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) to get House Republicans to support a broader immigration bill, said that he was “having problems” convincing conservatives to support immigration reform, which he said was “very important.” Continue reading
HOUSTON, Texas — The JAG (Judge Advocate General) Office of the Texas National Guard (TNG) briefed guardsmen about to be deployed to South Texas to leave their personal firearms at home. This applies even if the guardsman has a Texas Concealed Handgun License or is a certified peace officer in their civilian life.
This briefing was disclosed by one of the soldiers who is about to be deployed to a section of the Rio Grande Sector of the Texas/Mexico border as part of Governor Rick Perry’s 1,000 soldier deployment order. “They told us we are considered to be ‘on duty’ 24/7,” the soldier told Breitbart Texas. “Even when we are in civilian clothes, we are not allowed the same right of self-protection as any other citizen of this state.” Continue reading
TUCSON, Arizona — On July 14, Breitbart Texas revealed that an Arizona military testing facility was a hotbed of drug and human smuggling, partly due to its remote location and ineffective security protocols. The report also explained how security had been contracted out to a private company, and that Breitbart Texas sources had indicated managers of the Barry M. Goldwater Range (BMGR) were unhappy with the private company’s performance, the Chiulista Corporation. On August 4, a former Chiulista employee contacted Breitbart Texas to confirm the BMGR’s vulnerabilities and poor security management practices. Continue reading
The recent events in Ferguson, Mo. have inspired several crowdfunding campaigns, but the most controversial is surely the GoFundMe page forDarren Wilson, the police officer who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Aug. 9.
Four days after it was first posted to GoFundMe, “Support Officer Darren Wilson” has raised over $129,000, all of which will go directly to Wilson and his family. Wilson is on paid administrative leave from his job, and has not been arrested or charged with any crime. The KKK has a separate fundraiser running for the officer. Continue reading
I had forgotten that he lived to be 100, and also didn’t realize it has been over 10 years since he died.
Always enjoyed him, his movies, and his show. He touched a lot of lives during his life.
Thought you might enjoy a bit of memory touching. Enjoy and recall a neat comedian. Continue reading
In Ferguson, a suburb of St Louis, peaceful protesters and media where fired upon by militarized police. The government has been giving local police Military equipment from battlefields across the world. Here is a list of current proven equipment used by law enforcement, given to them through the 1033 program. In 2013 alone, $449,309,003.71 worth of property was transferred to law enforcement,” the agency’s website states.
Missouri police participating in the 1033 program have received -”aircraft (both fixed wing and rotary) and four-wheel drive vehicles (such as pickup trucks, blazers, ambulances and armored personnel carriers),” according to the state’s Department of Public Safety. Continue reading
The National Gun Victims Action Council on Wednesday called publicly for TrackingPoint to ban sales to civilians, saying that only certain groups would buy the rifles.
The NGVAC contends that hunters and sportsmen would not buy TrackingPoint’s Precision Guided Firearms, capable of firing aimed rounds out to 1,200 yards with ease through use of its innovative technology, since they would eliminate the need for skill. Continue reading