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FBI hunt for missing Saudi servicemen…

The FBI is reportedly hunting for several Saudi students from Navy Station Pensacola, after they vanished in the wake of Friday’s mass shooting at the base. Fellow Saudi Mohammed Saeed al-Shamrani, 21, killed three and wounded 12 others in the attack before he was shot dead by police. According to AP, investigators have now detained 10 Saudi military students from the base – a number revised up from six – but several others remain unaccounted for. Authorities have not revealed the number of Saudi students they are still looking for, and it’s unclear why they have not come forward to…

Tazewell County Forms Militia in Response to New Virginia Gun Laws

In response to the wave of proposed anti-gun legislation in Virginia, many of its cities and counties have declared themselves Second Amendment Sanctuaries. One county, in particular, took it a step further at their December 3rd County Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting. In addition to passing their Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution, the county also passed a Militia Resolution. This resolution formalizes the creation, and maintenance of a defacto civilian militia in the county of Tazewell. And to get a better understanding why the council members passed this resolution, Firearms News reached out to one of its members, Thomas Lester. Mr. Lester…

Naval Base Shooter Hosted Dinner Party To Watch Mass Shooting Videos Night Before Attack

Update: The Saudi student who shot and killed three people at a US naval base in Florida hosted a dinner party the night before the attack where he and others watched videos of mass shootings, according to the Associated Press, citing a US official. One of the three students at the dinner recorded the shooting outside the building at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday. According to the report, two other Saudi students watched from a car. Six Saudi nationals were taken into custody for questioning near the Florida naval base where an Air Force trainee – also from Saudi…

1.5 per cent of rats in L.A. now carry bubonic plague

Los Angeles’ head of homelessness is resigning after presiding over a 33% increase in homelessness over the course of just five years. Peter Lynn, head of the Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority, announced that he would leave at the end of the year, with the LAHSA having splashed out a total of more than $780 million to no avail. The city’s homeless population jumped a further 12% from 2018 to 2019 but despite Lynn’s total failure, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti claimed he did an excellent job and oversaw “historic action.” One wonders how badly Lynn would have had to perform…

Uranium-contaminated site collapses into Detroit River

A Detroit riverfront property contaminated with uranium and other dangerous chemicals partially collapsed into the water, the Windsor Star reported. Located next to Historic Fort Wayne and leased by Detroit Bulk Storage, the site, known as the Detroit Dock allegedly collapsed under the weight of large aggregate piles that were stored at the site on Nov. 27, during Thanksgiving weekend. The property has been listed by the U.S. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency as a contaminated site due to its use of uranium and other dangerous chemicals during manufacturing dating to the 1940s, according to the Star. Located at 5851 West Jefferson, the property formerly was a Revere Copper…

Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is ‘essential public service’, court rules. Michigan’s second-highest court rules in favor of township in case that could damage company’s effort to privatize water

Michigan’s second-highest court has dealt a legal blow to Nestlé’s Ice Mountain water brand, ruling that the company’s commercial water-bottling operation is “not an essential public service” or a public water supply. The court of appeals ruling is a victory for Osceola township, a small mid-Michigan town that blocked Nestlé from building a pumping station that doesn’t comply with its zoning laws. But the case could also throw a wrench in Nestlé’s attempts to privatize water around the country. If it is to carry out such plans, then it will need to be legally recognized as a public water source…

New ATF Study: 423 MILLION Guns In Hands Of Americans

Violent crime rate has decreased by 48.6 percent in tandem with ownership rise Newly released figures from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives shows that there are now a whopping 422.9 million guns in the hands of Americans. The number equates to 1.2 guns for every person in the country. The figures also show that in 2018, 8.1 billion rounds of ammunition were produced by the gun industry. The figures also reveal that the most popular firearm in the country is the much maligned sporting rifle, often mis-identified as an “assault rifle”, the AR-15 being one of the more…

Pentagon denies report Trump considering DOUBLING Mid East build-up with 14,000 more troops

The Pentagon has refuted reports that the Trump administration is mulling whether to beef up US forces in the Middle East with up to 14,000 troops, which would have doubled the number of soldiers deployed in the region since May. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the White House was studying the option of sending the 14,000 troops in addition to scores of warships and other hardware to the Middle East under the pretext of countering an “Iranian threat.” Citing US officials, the WSJ report said Trump was expected to make up his mind on the matter by the…

Green Groups Lose Ground in Fight Against Texas Nuke Waste Plan

MARFA, Texas (CN) – As a plan to ship highly radioactive waste from the nation’s nuclear power plants to a remote corner of the West Texas desert slogs its way through government bureaucracy, environmental groups’ hopes of having a say in the matter appear to be vanishing. The years-long process surrounding the plan is nearing a crucial juncture, one where regulators may soon decide whether to approve the idea without formally considering concerns from critics. “Are we being ignored? Yeah, we’re being ignored big time,” said Terry Lodge, an attorney for the Sustainable Energy and Economic Development – or SEED…

24 Voices That Are Warning America About What Is Coming, And Most Of Them Are Being Censored And Persecuted

We have reached one of the most critical points in American history, and there should literally be thousands upon thousands of voices sounding the alarm about what is coming.  So where are they?  This is a question that I have been pondering quite a bit lately.  As you will see in this article, there are some wonderful people out there that have been trying to wake America up for a very long time.  Of course many of them are also being viciously attacked and systematically censored by the social media giants.  There is a price to pay for telling the…

Bizarre: Baltimore’s mayor warns of a van snatching girls to sell organs. Police have no reports of ‘actual incidents.’

In a recent televised news conference and interview, Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said he’s concerned about a white van “snatching” young girls to sell their organs. But Baltimore Police say they have no reports of any such incidents. Young’s source, according to an interview with WBAL, is social media. “We’re getting reports of somebody in a white van trying to snatch up young girls for human trafficking and for selling body parts, I’m told. So we have to be careful because there’s so much evil going on, not just in the city of Baltimore, but around the country,”…

‘Coerced Migration’: New Jersey Officials Accuse NYC of Relocating its Homeless to Newark

In a lawsuit filed Monday, a New Jersey mayor accused New York City and its mayor, Bill de Blasio, of forcing homeless New Yorkers into neighboring New Jersey. According to the New York Post, officials in Newark, New Jersey, including Mayor Ras Baraka, are suing over the de Blasio administration’s Special One-Time Assistance (SOTA) program, which relocates homeless families from New York to New Jersey. “The SOTA program provides one year’s full rent up front for eligible DHS [Department of Homeless Services] clients to move within New York City, to other New York State counties, or to another state, Puerto…

PA County Election Turned Into “Nightmare” After Voting Machines Malfunctioned

A couple of minutes after polls closed in Easton, Pennsylvania on Election Day, the chairwoman of the county Republicans, Lee Snover, realized something had gone horribly wrong. When vote totals began to come in for the Northampton County judge’s race, it was obvious there was a problem. The Democratic candidate, Abe Kassis, only had 164 votes out of 55,000 ballots across 100 precincts. In an area where you can vote for a straight party ticket, it was near a “statistical impossibility”, according to the New York Times. When paper backup ballots were recounted, they showed Kassis winning narrowly, 26,142 to…

Planes, Trains, & Automobiles: Commuters Crushed As Huge Winter Storm Slams Northeast

It’s been well over a week since we’ve been reporting on two significant weather disturbances that caused severe headaches for tens of millions of Americans from coast to coast. The latest batch of wild winter weather continues to torment millions in the Northeast. It could make commuting this evening for drivers in Philadelphia to New York City and Boston a living hell. Evening Commute Nightmare? Locally heavy snowfall possible tonight in eastern PA, NJ, NYC, and southern New England… 6pm radar: pic.twitter.com/hv1Pf8pJm7 — Ed Vallee | Empire Weather LLC (@EdValleeWx) December 2, 2019 Through the workday, rain and snow showers…

Denver Breaks November Snow Record With 13.7 Inches

November 2019 will be remembered as cold and snowy by many along the Front Range, including those living in Denver. The city’s official weather station at Denver International Airport measured 13.7 inches of snow during the month which is five inches above normal. The former site of Denver’s weather station (the old Stapleton Airport) recorded 14.0 inches of snow during the month. November’s snow was the most measured in Denver since 1994 when 16.9 inches was recorded. CONTINUE @ CBS DENVER

NYC is quietly shipping homeless people out of state under the SOTA program

The inscription on the Statue of Liberty says “Give me your tired, your poor, and your huddled masses,” but CBS 17 has learned that New York City hasn’t been practicing what it preaches. An investigation by the New York Post and CBS 2 uncovered New York City was spending millions to relocate homeless families across the United States, including sending them to North Carolina. “I have not heard about that,” said North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper. “I have not heard about that.” Raleigh Mayor-elect Mary-Ann Baldwin also had not heard of it. “To me, if they made a decision that…

Walmart offers employees small discount instead of holiday pay

Walmart is coming under fire after it was revealed the retail giant offers employees who work holidays a small in-store discount instead of overtime pay. Walmart is one of several big-box retailers who are open on Thanksgiving Day. They start their Black Friday sale at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. At Target and Amazon, workers are paid time and a half for each hour worked. Walmart offers employees a 10 percent or 15 percent off discount to shop at the store instead. One of the discounts only lasts two days. A worker at an Idaho Walmart who wanted to stay anonymous…

SEASON’S BEATINGS: Women in hijabs fight over vacuum; frenzy over Walmart towels; ‘Climate’ agitators clash with consumers

Many stores sought to open earlier than Black Friday to relieve some of the pressure of shoppers swarming for good deals, but there have already been incidents at Walmarts around the country. At one Walmart, two women in hijabs fought over a vacuum, forcing several employees to intervene: The two women argued as the store employee looked thoroughly annoyed at having to referee the situation between two adults. They were both determined to get the Shark model at a deep discount. Meanwhile, at another Walmart store, shoppers were in a frenzy for $1.60 towels. Watch: #BlackFriday #Walmart Every year it's…

Thanksgiving: Heavy Snow Closes I-5 ‘Grapevine’ North of Los Angeles

Heavy snow caused local authorities to close Interstate 5, the “Grapevine,” north of Los Angeles, as a winter storm continued to pound California on Thanksgiving morning. Snow had already fallen in the area on Wednesday morning, as the storm began overnight, dumping rain on Los Angeles and snow on the surrounding mountains. Local ABC affiliate KABC-7 reported Thursday: Interstate 5 over the Grapevine has been closed Thursday morning due to heavy snow as a Thanksgiving storm continues hitting the area, authorities said. The California Highway Patrol ordered the shut down of both directions of the freeway shortly before 4:40 a.m.…

3 hurt at Texas chemical plant hit by 2 massive explosions

Two massive explosions 13 hours apart tore through a Texas chemical plant Wednesday, and one left three workers injured. The blasts blew out windows and doors of nearby homes and prompted a mandatory evacuation of a 4-mile (seven-kilometer) radius from the plant in Port Neches in Southeast Texas, about 80 miles (129 kilometers) east of Houston. The initial explosion at the TPC Group plant, which makes chemical and petroleum-based products, occurred around 1 a.m. It sent a large plume of smoke stretching for miles and started a fire. The three workers hurt during the blast —two TPC employees and a…

MUST READ: DHS Creates FAKE University in Detroit, 250 foreign students ARRESTED and DEPORTED for nothing?

About 90 additional foreign students of a fake university in metro Detroit created by the Department of Homeland Security have been arrested in recent months. A total of about 250 students have now been arrested since January on immigration violations by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) as part of a sting operation by federal agents who enticed foreign-born students, mostly from India, to attend the school that marketed itself as offering graduate programs in technology and computer studies, according to ICE officials. Many of those arrested have been deported to India while others are contesting their removals. One has been allowed to stay after being…

Pi-rate radio: how to make your own FM station for less than $35

FMFM radio stations are basically just two things: a transmitter to create the signal, and an antenna to broadcast it, which means that building your own pirate radio station is actually really, really easy. Those FM transmitters you used to use to get music from your iPod on to your car stereo? Full-fledged radio transmitters, just ones with severely limited outputs to avoid violating any FCC laws. If you’re handy with a soldering iron, those simple car transmitters can actually be hacked to get a much better range by adding a bigger antenna and removing internal resistors. Alternatively, you can…

Pre-Thanksgiving Snowstorm Spreading From Central Plains to Upper Midwest

A snowstorm will continue to track from the Central Plains to the upper Midwest into Wednesday. Snow and strong winds will impact pre-Thanksgiving travel. Snowfall totals of 6 to 12 inches are likely along the path of the storm in the Central Plains and upper Midwest. Up to 2 feet of snow buried some areas along the Front Range of the Rockies. A pre-Thanksgiving snowstorm is now hammering the Central Plains and will spread toward the upper Midwest with wind-driven snow into Wednesday after burying parts of the Front Range of the Rockies Tuesday. The Weather Channel has named this…

Poll: 44% Of New Jersey Residents Plan To Move Out Of State Due To Property Taxes, Cost Of Living

New Jersey could see a mass exodus in the near future. A new poll finds that 44% of residents plan to leave the Garden State in the not so distant future due to high property taxes and cost of living. According to the survey conducted for the Garden State Initiative and Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Public and Global Affairs, 28% plan to move out of New Jersey within five years. Those with the biggest desire to leave are young residents between the ages of 18 to 29 as 40% intend to move out of the state within the next…

New Poll Shows How Badly Media Has Misinformed Public On Guns

Right now, guns are being demonized. It seems everyone outside of the die-hard pro-gun factions is entertaining the idea of gun control. After all, we’re told, we’re in the midst of an epidemic of violence. Guns are killing people wholesale. Presidential candidates are claiming that guns kill more people than anything else. Worse, though, people buy it. We’ve already seen how violent crime is actually down for 2018. Yet people think it’s worse. However, I can see how that happens. Crimes that were common simply couldn’t be reported on because it’s impossible to cover all of them. When they become…

Racial Graffiti, Manifesto At Syracuse University Revealed as Hate Hoax

A series of racial incidents that stoked pandemonium on the campus of Syracuse University in New York have all but been revealed to have been the results of a hate hoax perpetrated by a social justice activist. The panic began earlier this week when vague rumors surrounding a supposed white supremacist manifesto being sent to students in the university library surfaced. After the university failed to locate any specific students who received the supposed hate manifesto, the university chancellor admitted that the incident was likely a hoax. The incidents continued when graffiti targeting African Americans and Jews surfaced nearby the…

REJECTED: Every NFL Team Rejects Colin Kaepernick Following Underwhelming Workout

Former National Football League QB Colin Kaepernick is desperate to get back into the NFL after years out of the game, but no team is interested in the man who once loved dropping to his knees on the sidelines. Kaepernick held a workout last week in Riverdale, Georgia, rescheduling from a previous workout that was set up with the NFL. Representatives from seven different NFL teams still attended despite short notice, and Kaepernick sent video of his workout to the 25 teams that did not send representatives. Not one single NFL team has expressed interest in the has-been, who has…

Chick-fil-A was already moving left, but nobody noticed until it caved to LGBT lobby

At Chick-fil-A, the politically correct handwriting was on the wall for a long time, but most of us missed it.  Until now. Just four days since the popular chicken restaurant’s infamous announcement about reprioritizing its corporate giving, and despite the launch of a counter-narrative by conservatives Rev. Franklin Graham, Erik Erickson, and others, it’s clear that Chick-fil-A (CFA) has been on a troubling leftward trajectory for quite some time. The revelations are stunning. Chick-fil-A evolving into a pipeline of cash to leftist causes CFA fans wouldn’t have been caught by surprise if they had been paying close attention to the…

Florida Parents Charged with Starving Baby to Death with Strict Vegan Diet

A pair of Florida parents have been arrested and charged with starving their baby to death with a strict vegan diet, a report says. Sheila and Ryan O’Leary were arrested in Cape Coal, Florida, after they called emergency services because their baby boy was found unresponsive on September 27. After an investigation, the two were charged with manslaughter and child neglect, the Washington Post reported. When first responders arrived at the couple’s home after Shelia called them, they pronounced the child dead on the scene. Officials said the baby weighed only 17 pounds, significantly underweight for an 18-month-old child. The…

DNA Tests Confirm Hunter Biden Fathered Arkansas Baby While Dating Brother’s Widow

New DNA testing has confirmed that Hunter Biden is indeed the father of an Arkansas woman’s baby. Lunden Roberts filed a lawsuit in an Arkansas court in May, seeking to hold the son of former Vice President and current Democratic candidate Joe Biden accountable for child support and health insurance for the child. Roberts’ lawyers released a statement revealing that DNA testing had confirmed Biden as the father of the child. The child was born in August of 2018. The younger Biden appears to have fathered the child while dating his brother’s widow, Hallie Biden. Hunter Biden has proved a…

Navy commando accused of war crimes faces expulsion from SEALs after Trump restored rank

The military has launched proceedings to expel commando Edward Gallagher from the Navy SEALs – who faced court-martial for war crimes earlier this year – even after President Trump restored his rank in a recent clemency order. A review hearing scheduled for early December will determine whether Gallagher can continue to be a SEAL, Navy Captain Tamara Lawrence told Reuters. The commando’s own lawyer also confirmed he had been served with a notice informing him of the upcoming hearing. While Gallagher was indicted for stabbing a wounded enemy prisoner and shooting civilians during his combat tour in Iraq in 2017,…

NH town cancels Christmas, replaces with ‘Frost Fest’ — after single complaint

In Durham, New Hampshire, Christmas is out – replaced by “Frost Fest.” There’s no more Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, or customary wreathes greeting motorists along Main Street, or Santa riding in on a fire truck this year. <span style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” data-mce-type=”bookmark” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> Instead, a town working committee decided the newly created “Frost Fest” will feature a bonfire, s’mores, music, cookie decorating, and crafts. There’s also “Ruby the Photo Bus” and raffles at the free Dec. 7 event. The change stem from a complaint following the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony last year, which prompted a…

Feds Charge Former Baltimore Mayor With Fraud, Tax Evasion Over Book Scandal

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been indicted on federal charges of wire fraud, tax evasion, and conspiracy to defraud the US, reported Fox 45 News Baltimore. FORMER BALTIMORE MAYOR PUGH INDICTED ON FEDERAL CHARGES OVER BOOK SCANDAL -WASHINGTON POST Pugh has been in hiding for 7 to 8 months, is expected to surrender to US Marshals Service in the next 24 hours before her hearing in US District Court in Baltimore on Nov. 21 at 1 pm. est. Pugh went missing in Apr. after the FBI and IRS raided her home amid speculation, she was involved in a brazen kickback scheme involving sales of…

Study: Most Americans Want More Illegals Deported; Deporting All Would Save $622 BILLION

Most citizens want to see an increase in illegal-alien deportations, according to a new survey. In news that will please open-borders types, however, the research also finds that an even larger majority wants a “path to citizenship” for the estimated 22.1 million illegals present in our nation. The survey, conducted by Pew Research Center September 3 to 15, also found, not surprisingly, stark priority differences between Democrats and Republicans on these issues, as well as ideological variation within both parties. Sixty-eight percent of Americans “say it is very or somewhat important to increase security along the U.S.-Mexico border,” writes Pew,…

United States has the highest child detention rate in the world

Reviewing the findings of a United Nations study of the conservatively estimated 7 million children worldwide currently deprived of liberty by being imprisoned or detained, author Manfred Nowak reported at a press conference Monday that the United States leads the world in the rate which it detains young people under the age of 18. Sixty out of every 100,000 children in the US are detained in either the criminal justice or immigration system. Countries that come close to the US rate include Bolivia, Botswana and Sri Lanka, while on the low end, Western Europe averages 5 child detentions per 100,000…

CBS: Albany Med Nurses Suspended After Refusing Flu Shot

Albany Medical Center in New York suspended nine nurses who refused to get their flu shots under a new hospital policy. The suspended nurses have seven days to get vaccinated or face potential termination. According to a hospital spokesperson, these nurses account for less than 1 percent of the more than 2,000 nurses who work at the hospital. Eric Smith, area director at the New York State Nurses Association, said Albany Medical Center is the only hospital they represent that has such a policy. Other hospitals require nurses who refuse the flu vaccine to follow a detailed masking procedure. He…

Civil Unrest Is Now The ‘New Normal’ Out There

This is getting ridiculous. Every few days another country blows up, as their citizens take to the streets with little warning and no apparent interest in a quick settlement. Here’s the first part of the “War…Civil Unrest” section of today’s DollarCollapse.com links list. As you can see, the peasants have grabbed their pitchforks and besieged their betters on four continents over a wide range of issues, which implies that the stated cause in each case is just an excuse. The real grievance is the sense that an unresponsive elite are sucking up all the available wealth, leaving the vast majority with…

In a Historic Move, Vote to Federally Legalize Marijuana to Take Place in Congress—This Week

As countless individuals across the land of the free are rotting in cages for possessing a plant deemed illegal by the government, a historical bill is making its way through Congress that could change everything. A congressional committee reportedly plans to vote on a bill this week that would end the federal prohibition of marijuana. The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act, sponsored by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), would remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). But that is not all. It would go one step further and seek to undo the horrific damage caused by the…

Colorado’s Large-Capacity Magazine Ban Is a Colossal Failure

An unintended loophole in a Colorado gun control bill illustrates what happens when lawmakers legislate technology they don’t understand: Firearms owners find a way to work around the law without breaking it. In 2013, the Colorado legislature passed House Bill 13-1224, which prohibits the “sale, transfer, or possession of an ammunition feeding device that is capable of accepting, or that can be readily converted to accept, more than [15] rounds of ammunition or more than [8] shotgun shells (large-capacity magazine).” This was a year after James Holmes used a semiautomatic rifle equipped with a 100-round drum magazine (among other weapons)…

The rule of law has collapsed in America, a nation where the guilty go free while the innocent are persecuted and silenced

As of November 15, 2019, the rule of law no longer exists in the United States of America. This has become abundantly apparent with the rigged jury decision to incarcerate Roger Stone for the “process crime” of misstating memories during interrogations with federal agents. In an era where Hillary Clinton is openly allowed by the director of the FBI (treasonous criminal James Comey) to destroy evidence, obstruct justice and get away with high-level crimes because “she didn’t mean to” violate the law, Roger Stone is about to be sentenced to what will essentially be life in prison (he’s 67 years…

SPY: Chinese National Pleads Guilty to Stealing Trade Secrets From US Petroleum Company

On Tuesday, November 12, 2019,  the U.S. Department of Justice announced that a Chinese national pled guilty to stealing trade secrets from a U.S. company. Hongjin Tan, a 35-year-old legal permanent resident in America and a Chinese national, pled guilty to multiple charges, which included the theft and an “unauthorized transition of trade secrets” from a U.S. petroleum company he worked for. “Tan’s guilty plea continues to fill in the picture of China’s theft of American intellectual property,” Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers said in a Department of Justice statement released on Tuesday. “The Department launched…

Kissinger: Coming Conflict Between U.S. and China “Will Be Worse Than World Wars”

Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger warns that a catastrophic conflict between America and China that will be “worse than world wars” is inevitable unless the two sides sort out their differences. Kissinger made the comments at an event hosted by the National Committee on US China Relations in New York last night. “We are in a difficult period now. I am confident the leaders on both sides will realise the future of the world depends on the two sides working out solutions and managing the inevitable difficulties,” said Kissinger. A permanent conflict between Washington And Beijing would be…

Ex-Senate Investigator Warns CIA May ‘Slip Back’ into Torture Practices Thanks to Obama’s Inaction

A newly released Amazon movie “The Report” purports to tell the story behind a Senate Intelligence Committee-led investigation into torture practices committed by the Central Intelligence Agency, for which none of the agency’s officials have been held accountable for. The chief investigator and author of a Senate report on CIA torture Daniel Jones has condemned the failure of the US and Barak Obama, in particular, to punish those responsible for applying illegal interrogation techniques within the agency and said that this would likely make the country slip back into these practices, The Guardian reported. The comments were made following the…

Two dead, 3 wounded in California high school shooting, suspect in custody

Two people have been killed and another four injured in a shooting at a high school in Santa Clarita, California. Police have apprehended the suspect, who is recovering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police responded to a shooting at Saugus High School, around 40 miles north of Los Angeles, early Thursday morning. Upon reaching the school’s quad, officers discovered six wounded students, who were triaged and taken to nearby hospitals. A 16-year-old female victim succumbed to her wounds at Henry Mayo Hospital. Another student was later pronounced dead, according to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff. Three more people remain hospitalized. The reports…

More than 1,000 California police accessed background check database for personal use

On June 5, 2013, San Francisco police Sgt. John Haggett was working the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. shift in a third-floor office at the city’s Hall of Justice. At 11:48 that morning, someone logged into the department’s secure database inside that office and used Haggett’s sign-on and password to run a criminal background check on a San Francisco woman through the department’s local records. Within minutes, Haggett’s account was used to run a Department of Motor Vehicles check on the same woman, as well as an FBI criminal records check and another background check run through the California Law…

Officials Are Using The Word “Disaster” To Describe The Widespread Crop Failures Happening All Over America

We are witnessing “unprecedented” crop failures all across the United States, but the big mainstream news networks are not talking too much about this yet.  As you will see below, local news outlets all over the nation are reporting the disasters that are taking place in their own local areas, but very few people are putting the pieces of the puzzle together on a national level.  The endless rain and horrific flooding during the early months of this year resulted in tremendous delays in getting crops planted in many areas, and now snow and bitterly cold temperatures are turning harvest…

Are You Ready For A Catastrophically Cold Winter? Here Is What The Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You…

Experts are warning us that this will be a “freezing, frigid, and frosty” winter, and even though the official beginning of winter is still over a month away, it already feels like that in much of the country right now. Over the next several days, it will literally feel like it is mid-January in much of the central and eastern portions of the United States. Many areas will be hit by temperatures that are 30 degrees below normal, and heavy snow is expected in some areas of the Midwest. Unfortunately, this bitterly cold weather is coming at a very bad…

Farmers are scrambling to cash in on the CBD boom. But when their hemp crops tip over the 0.3% legal limit for THC, they lose everything.

his fall, for the first time since 1970, farmers throughout the United States were set to harvest federally legal hemp. From New York to Kansas to Oregon, they had applied for licenses to plant nearly half-a-million acres of the non-psychoactive cannabis. Farmers had purchased seeds and tended fields throughout the summer. But toward the end of the growing season, many of them realized that their plants weren’t turning out as expected — and at worst, that their entire crop would have to be destroyed. While the corn and soybeans had, as usual, sprouted all at once and grown to a…

WATCH: Plane SLIDES OFF icy runway at Chicago O’Hare Airport

Terrified passengers could only hold on for dear life as their American Eagle flight touched down on the icy runway at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport Monday morning before sliding off the tarmac amid blizzard-like conditions. Miraculously, no one among the 38 passengers and three crew members was injured in the incident, and everyone on board was evacuated safely. BREAKING: @AmericanAir Flight AA4125 from @flyfrompti to @fly2ohare slides off runway in Chicago this morning. Passengers tell me everyone is OK, deplaned and on buses to terminal. Video: Joseph Lian from Greensboro. @ABC11_WTVD @ABC #ABC11 pic.twitter.com/rBwyqfVtiU — Andrea Blanford (@AndreaABC11) November 11, 2019…

California Supreme Court to Decide if Judges Can Speak Out on Their Decisions

DANA POINT, Calif. (CN) – Bound by a strict code of ethics, judges have long been barred from speaking publicly about pending cases, a constraint that could soon change in response to increasing attacks on judicial independence in an age of widespread social media vitriol. The California Supreme Court is seeking public comment on a recently-proposed exception to the judicial ethics rules to allow judges to speak out if they are criticized about their decision in a case and are facing re-election or a recall campaign. Whether judges should be allowed to publicly defend themselves in such fraught situations was…

The U.S. Government Created Internal Passports In The Middle of The Night

In complete secrecy, and without anyone really taking much notice, the United States government created internal passports. Pundits citing the inevitability of what amounts to a national ID card have, regrettably, been vindicated. Beginning no later than October 1, 2020, citizens of all US states and territories will be required to have a Real ID-compliant card or US passport to board a commercial plane or enter a Federal government facility. Social security numbers have paved the way for ever-increasing identification, tracking, and monitoring of every human being in the U.S. With nary a word from the mainstream media about this…

If Migrants Have Cash for Smugglers, High Tech Gear, They Should Expect Asylum Fees in US – Prof

In recent months, the Trump administration has issued rules to deny permanent residency to immigrants in the US who are deemed likely to be reliant on welfare or unable to prove that they will be able to cover medical costs while in the country, but both rules have been blocked by federal judges in recent weeks. The Trump administration on Friday proposed hiking a range of fees for those pursuing legal immigration and citizenship, as well as introducing a charge for those fleeing persecution for seeking protection in the United States, reported The New York Times. The rule, to be…

Entire Police Dept Now Gone After Good Cops Refused to Enforce Quota System

Most people reading this article know what it is like to have the blue and red lights pop up in your rear view mirror. The last thing going through your mind at this point is the feeling of ‘being protected.’ This feeling comes from the fact that the overwhelming majority of the time a driver sees police lights in their mirror is because they have been targeted for revenue collection—often the result of a quota system—and they are about to be given a ticket, or worse. Police, we are told, are here to keep us safe and protect us from…

CA Wildfires Make Homeless Crisis Even WORSE

Homelessness in California has already reached a state of crisis, but with the winter approaching and the homeless population growing, the problem continues to worsen. A lack of affordable housing coupled with the national opioid crisis has resulted in a growing homeless population that lives on the streets of California. California homeless populations live in squalor in makeshift homes made of tarps, tents, and discarded scrap wood. Sanitation for that many people living outside is virtually non-existent and feces and urine are left in the open next to filthy bedding. Filth in the streets, particularly “Skid Row”, has lead to…

Wisconsin Gun Owners Laugh When MSNBC Host Suggests Buybacks

n a laudable attempt to gauge the public’s attitudes on how to address gun violence in America, MSNBC Live host Ali Velshi traveled to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin and had a conversation with a panel of gun owners there, a video of which was shared during Thursday’s edition of his show. Twice during the aired portions of the discussion, the panel laughed at Velshi’s suggestions: companies pushing gun control and the idea of “gun buybacks.” The first question showed in the video was of Velshi asking: “Who here thinks we need changes in laws?” Retired police officer Gregory Phillips didn’t miss…

35 Reasons Why You Should Move Away From California

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was a “reboot” button for an entire state?  Because the truth is that if an entire state ever needed to completely start over it is the state of California.  At this point it has become the epicenter for just about everything that is wrong with America, and each year it just keeps coming up with new ways to become an even worse cesspool of social decay and depravity.  Millions of people have already left the state, and millions more are thinking of leaving.  One recent survey found that 47 percent of all Californians are…

Sheriff: Gun thieves targeting pickups with hunting stickers and patriotic emblems

Here is a puzzling case out of Fayette County where investigators say thieves broke the window of a man’s pickup truck while at the gas pumps. We’ve heard of cases of thieves opening unlocked doors and sliding into the car. But this time they actually broke the glass to get inside. Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb says the victim’s nice truck and especially the Georgia Wildlife license plate maybe why thieves targeted the driver at Quick Trip store on State Road 85. Thieves looking for firearms are keying in on pickups with hunting or even patriotic stickers or emblems. “It…

Detroit Justifiable Homicides 25 times the National Average, Murders lowest in 50 years

In 2018, Detroit had 25 times the national average of reported justifiable homicides. The police chief of Detroit, James Craig, supports the residents’ right to self defense. He supports the issuance of concealed carry permits. From detroitnews.com: The county’s report shows there were 289 homicides in Detroit in 2018, although the county lists all homicides, whereas Detroit, like most cities, doesn’t include justifiable homicides in its report because those aren’t crimes. Assistant Detroit Police Chief David LeValley said there were 18 justifiable homicides in the city last year. Including those in the city’s count raises the number of homicides to…

New York City Ships Homeless Out of State

Former Democratic presidential candidate and current New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has implemented the “Special One-Time Assistance Program (SOTA), which gives homeless families a year’s worth of rent. Since SOTA began in August 2017 it has sent 5,074 homeless families — a total of 12,482 people, to cities across the United States, including places as far from New York as Hawaii and Puerto Rico. In order to qualify for SOTA, homeless people and homeless families must “prove they have been in a New York City shelter for at least 90 days and that their household income is no…

Pregnant Woman Shows Why We Shouldn’t Ban AR-15s By Saving Her Entire Family With One

Lithia, GA —Unless you’ve been under a rock lately, then you’ve likely seen the unprecedented push by all levels of government to separate law abiding Americans from their guns. No, this is not some conspiracy theory. The president himself ushered in a new level of gun control doing what his liberal predecessor even refused to do by banning bump stocks and pushing for red flag laws. However, as states across the country seek to limit the ability of innocent people to defend themselves, people are disobeying. This disobedience is not only necessary to keep the tyranny of the state in…

US Imposes Sanctions on Five Venezuelan Nationals – Treasury

The US government aggravated Venezuela’s economic crisis this year by endeavouring to shut down the country’s oil trade by imposing numerous sanctions on the country’s entities and individuals. The United States has imposed sanctions on five Venezuelan citizens, the Treasury said on its website. Secretary-general of Venezuela’s National Defence Council Jose Adelino Ornelas Ferreira and Head of the Armed Forces’ Strategic Command Admiral Remigio Ceballos Ichaso are among the newly sanctioned individuals, according to the Treasury. Treasury takes steps to harmonize international sanctions efforts against Venezuelan officials who act on behalf of the oppressive Maduro regime. https://t.co/TtwyR8nuaH — Treasury Department…

Justices Appear Split Over Police Power in Traffic Stops

WASHINGTON (CN) – The Supreme Court was sharply divided Monday as the justices considered whether a police officer can pull a car over based solely on the knowledge that it is registered to a person with a suspended license. To some justices, a Kansas sheriff’s deputy was perfectly justified in pulling over Charles Glover as he was driving his 1995 Chevy pickup truck based solely on the fact that the deputy ran the car’s plates and found Glover’s license was suspended. Requiring an officer to further justify pulling over a car in that circumstance would either amount to a mere…

Another Sign Of The Times – Man Stabbed To Death Over A Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich

Would you kill someone for a chicken sandwich?  If your answer is no, what if it was a really, really tasty chicken sandwich?  After a two month wait, Popeye’s spicy chicken sandwich finally returned on Sunday.  It was “national sandwich day”, and fans in many locations started lining up well before stores opened up at 10 o’clock.  I have never had one of these sandwiches, and there isn’t a Popeye’s anywhere close to where I live, but after hearing about this frenzy suddenly I have a craving for a chicken sandwich.  Unfortunately, anger and frustration spilled over at many Popeye’s…

CA Insurance Exodus: Homeowner Coverage Evaporating in the Wake of the California Wildfires

The California wildfire catastrophe continues for many residents even after the fires go out. Vulnerable residents are left with a mess to clean up or their homes have been reduced to ashes. But even as the ashes are settling, residents of wildfire-ravaged areas that the California Department of Insurance is calling “The Wildland-Urban Interface” or WUI, are facing yet another looming threat. National big-name insurance companies offering home and property insurance are cutting their losses and evacuating California in droves, leaving entire communities in financial crisis. California communities, already devastated by wildfires or even just in high-risk fire zones, are…

‘Ill-Equipped’ US Military Unprepared For Two-Front War – Report

According to the Heritage Foundation’s annual report card on US military readiness, the armed forces just barely got a passing grade. The conservative think tank wants more units, and more modern equipment, across the board, in order to better prepare for a two-front war. “The 2020 Index concludes that the current U.S. military force is likely capable of meeting the demands of a single major regional conflict while also attending to various presence and engagement activities,” The Heritage Foundation said in its 2020 Index of US Military Strength, released on Wednesday, noting the Pentagon would “be very hard-pressed to do…

Record Low Temps Up To 50 Degrees Below Normal Threaten To Absolutely Wreck The Rest Of The Harvest Season

t isn’t supposed to be this cold in October.  The official start of winter is still almost two months away, and yet the weather in much of the western half of the country right now resembles what we might expect in mid-January.  All-time record lows for the month of October are being set in city after city, and this extremely cold air is going to push into the Midwest by the end of the week.  Temperatures in the heartland will be up to 50 degrees below normal, and unfortunately about half of all corn still has not been harvested.  Due…

Now even questioning LGBT indoctrination of children gets teachers suspended

England’s public school system has decided that it’s no longer okay for its faculty and staff members to do anything other than nod and smile in full agreement every time new LGBTQP “curriculum” is suddenly and forcibly imposed upon innocent children in the classroom. A 74-year-old school board member by the name of Maureen Griffith learned this the hard way recently as she was reportedly suspended from her job simply for questioning a staff decision to implement an LGBTQP Pride month at Alperton Community School in Brent, North London. Staff at Alperton also decided to purchase a whole slew of…

LA Wildfire Turns Reagan Library Into Hellscape

A raging wildfire in a north Los Angeles suburb forced the evacuation of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and nearby homes, as dangerous fires fueled by intense Santa Ana winds spread across Southern California’s Simi Valley on Wednesday. The brush fire near the library started before dawn in the Moorpark and Simi Valley neighborhoods, expanding to over 1,300 acres and threatening 6,500 homes according to Ventura County officials. Library spokeswoman Melissa Giller said around midmorning that the hilltop museum in Simi Valley was not damaged. She said that the flames came within about 30 yards (27 meters) of the property…

Profits over safety: US plane maker Boeing accused of building ‘FLYING COFFINS’

The world’s biggest plane maker Boeing has been accused by members of the US Senate of putting profits before safety, and engaging in “a pattern of deliberate concealment.” The company’s CEO Dennis Muilenburg testified before the Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday over the failure of the aircraft maker and US regulators to identify and correct flaws in the design of the 737 MAX jet that led to two crashes, killing 346 people. It was Muilenburg’s first public testimony since the tragic events, taking place on the first anniversary of the Lion Air flight 610 crash in Indonesia that killed 189…