The Real Revo – by Jim22
Really? Really. It took action from the Department of Justice to make this happen.
It’s stories like this that show us why respect for police is as low as it is.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland police will stop hitting people on the head with their guns and document any time they unholster them, according to a consent decree between the U.S. Justice Department and Cleveland police released today. Continue reading
Global Research – by Stephen Lendman
Israel already gets at least $3 billion annually from Washington – plus a whole lot more. US taxpayers fund its killing machine.
It wants a 50% increase for more wars and ruthless daily persecution of millions of Palestinians – plus terror-bombing Syria, Yemen and southern Lebanon at its discretion as well as regional destabilizing activities. Continue reading
The present Swedish debate about war refugees from the Middle East is an example of peer restricted expression. In the name of political correctness or perceived decency, any questioning of maximum generosity in opening Swedish borders for the refugees is indignantly rejected by the official mainstream. We have a humanitarian duty towards those who are forced to flee from areas ravaged by war, and there is no excuse for not opening our borders to them. – Sure. Continue reading
A Texas dam on Padera Lake has fractured as a result of unprecedented flooding, local media report. Authorities are issuing warnings, as the dam may break in the coming hours, placing anyone in its path in peril.
Local media has been sounding the alarm, with CBS affiliate KRLD reporting the dam had been breached at around 12pm GMT. However, no immediate danger was reported. Continue reading
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — An autopsy will determine if a man had drugs or alcohol in his system when he fatally shot one worker and injured a second before killing himself at a North Dakota Wal-Mart store, police said Wednesday.
“It’s probably the next significant development in this case,” Grand Forks Police Lt. Derik Zimmel said. He did not know when autopsy results would be available. Police said the shooting at the store in Grand Forks a few minutes after 1 a.m. Tuesday may have been random. Investigators have found no link between the gunman, 21-year-old Marcell Willis, and the store or the employees whom he shot. Continue reading
Examiner – by Jim Kouri
U.S. intelligence documents released to a government watchdog confirms the suspicions that the United States and some of its so-called coalition partners had actually facilitated the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as an effective adversary against the government of the Syrian dictator President Bashar al-Assad. In addition, ISIS members were initially trained by members and contractors of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) at facilities in Jordan in 2012. The original goal was to weaken the Syrian government which had engaged in war crimes against their own people, according to a number of reports on Sunday. Continue reading
Guns.com – by Jennifer Cruz
The body of a former Portland police officer who faced charges for the 2011 shooting of a then 20-year-old man was found Monday morning beside railroad tracks in Washougal, Washington. The preliminary autopsy report indicated the officer’s death was the result of an apparent suicide.
The train crew stopped the train when they noticed the body near the tracks around 10:30 a.m., The Oregonian reported. Authorities believe the victim, former Portland Police Officer Dane Reister, was struck by a train earlier that morning, but there are conflicting reports whether his truck had been parked on or near the tracks or if he walked onto the tracks. The autopsy revealed Reister died from blunt force trauma, and no suicide note was found. Continue reading
Guns.com – by Chris Eger
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced a round of anti-gun funding grants to agencies and departments across the state, some already controversial for their gun control tactics.
The grants, issued to 17 counties served by 20 law enforcement agencies through the Gun Involved Violence Elimination initiative, totaled some $13.3 million. Continue reading
The Sleuth Journal – by Stephen Lendman
Saudi Arabia is a radicalized Islamist police state threatening the entire region with terrorism and belligerence.
Reports indicate Riyadh wants or intends becoming nuclear armed – on the bogus pretext of countering Iran’s known peaceful nuclear program. Continue reading
Hundreds of Transportation Security Administration badges have gone missing, sparking fears that the lost or stolen badges can be used to gain access to secure areas at airports.
Doug McKelway reported on “On The Record” tonight that Congress has known for more than two months about the missing Secured Identification Display Area (SIDA) badges. Continue reading
Global Research – by Joachim Hagopian
A growing segment of the American population is waking up to the implications of the Jade Helm 15 military operation to be conducted by Special Forces in conjunction with local law enforcement, the FBI, DHS, the DEA and Border Patrol across the entire Southwest. This massive unprecedented exercise will also commence in June sooner than first announced and last for 10 weeks through the summer till September 15.
The risk of it triggering civil unrest or that it may coincide with a potential false flag scenario followed by another possibly timed crisis situation is both feasible and real, despite mainstream media’s ridicule dismissing any such possibilities as pure paranoid conspiracy theory. What we do know for sure is this nation has turned into a militarized police state and that both the military and the government lie all the time. Continue reading
“Some of them are a little unreasonable, I believe, and don’t quite fall in line with things I think are in the best interest of the police department,” said Capt. Jim Steffen.
Not surprisingly DHS run ‘Community Oriented Policing Services’ (COPS) and the ‘Police Executive Research Forum’ (PERF) have come out in opposition of police camera regulations. Click here to read their report. PERF is an organization composed of police chiefs of the nation’s law enforcement departments. Click here & here to find out about PERF’s close relationship with DHS. Continue reading
BARSTOW — A video that caused outrage online after showing a pregnant woman physically manhandled by a police officer has received a reply from the Barstow police department.
The video was released by the ACLU on YouTube. Continue reading
Health Impact News
December 21st, 2014 Rebecca Wanosik was blessed with her 5th child. A beautiful baby girl was born in her home in Lebanon, Missouri. It was an uncomplicated home birth, and she was assisted by her midwife. This was Rebecca’s 2nd home birth, and with Rebecca being an experienced mother of 4, she knew what to expect. Rebecca and her husband were overjoyed with another beautiful addition to their family. Rebecca had her 4 children prior to meeting Anthony. This was their first child they had together. Rebecca felt so complete with an amazing husband, and now their baby girl. Continue reading
Off the Grid News – by Daniel Jennings
Parents in one Georgia county can be arrested and tossed in jail for a month if their children miss too much school – even if the child is sick.
Mother and substitute teacher Julie Giles was arrested because she did not get a note from the doctor every time her son missed school because of sickness. She faces up to 30 days in jail and says she cannot afford a doctor’s visit each time her son falls ill. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Caroline May
The Department of Homeland Security is now accepting employment authorization applications for certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B visa holders.
In February, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez announced that, come May, the Obama administration would be extending employment authorization eligibility to a category of immigrant previously ineligible to work in the U.S. — dependent spouses of H-1B immigrants. Continue reading
11 Alive – by Brendan Keefe and Michael King
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WXIA) – The Georgia Legislature has a message for voters: don’t ask us about our meetings with corporate lobbyists behind closed doors.
The 11Alive Investigators tracked lawmakers to a resort hotel in Savannah last week, where we observed state legislators and lobbyists mingling in the hotel bar the night before they gathered in private rooms to decide what new laws would best serve the corporations. Continue reading