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Strangle the Bastard Child of Prohibition: Abolish the ATF!

Fighting for the falsely accused

Pat Buchanan: Is Secession a Solution to Cultural War?

Abortionist Willie Parker Aborts Up to 45 Babies a Day and Claims to be a Christian

Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, Passes Away: She Never Had an Abortion and Became Pro-Life

When the Beatles Brought Psychedelia to Prime Time

Fox News Channel's Alan Colmes Dies at Age 66

North Korea Mocks China for ‘Dancing to U.S. Tune’

The 20 ‘Worst’ Public Schools in America

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John McCain Makes Secret Trip to Syria in Midst of U.S. Assessment

4th Circuit Upholds Maryland's 'Assault Weapon' Ban

Supreme Court Hears Case on Fatal Border Shooting

“Show Me Your P***y” Pervert Cop Recorded Sexually Assaulting a Woman & Keeps His Job

“Show Me Your P***y” Pervert Cop Recorded Sexually Assaulting a Woman & Keeps His Job


Court To Cop: You Took 80 Days Away From A Person's Life With A Baseless Warrant, So We're Taking Your Immunity

Rep. Sensenbrenner Thinks We Can Pay For The Border Wall With More Asset Forfeiture

Why Do “Progressives” Like War?

“Sleeper cell” Obama running shadow government op to discredit Natural News and other pro-Trump independent media

The Illusion of Freedom: The Police State Is Alive and Well

New White House memo will “unshackle” DHS and Border Patrol agents

The Cost of a Border Wall vs. the Cost of Illegal Immigration

Does Pizza Hut Spokesman George Takei Advocate Pedophilia?

The Truth About Sweden

Illegal Alien Released By Sanctuary City Now Charged With Murder

MLB approves major change to intentional walk rule

Congressional Republicans Flail and Fail (can't quit loving ObamaCare, illegal aliens, global thievery & skulduggery)


White House Fingers John McCain As Media Leak

War Party, Media Trying To Stop Trump-Putin Detente

Huge Immigrant Riots Break Out In Perfectly Safe Sweden

Le Pen refuses headscarf, nixes talks with Lebanon cleric

The Left-Right Paradigm Is Back

Reality Check

In powerful speech, San Diego bishop challenges organizers to disrupt, rebuild ("protagonistas")

Milo Yiannopoulos defends pedophilia and pedophiles.

Facial hair cost possible Trump hire (Bolton) his job claims 'associate' who says president-elect does not like mustaches or beards

Democrats Invoke 25th Amendment, Question Trump’s Mental Health

Florida teen makes special teddy bear to honor fallen officer

The Spooks And The Hacks: Why Do They Hate Russia?

Sheriff Tries to Expose List of 300 Bad Cops, Courts & Union Promptly Block Him

Trump Gets Ready to Pick John Bolton as Advisor

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‘PESD’ Is PTSD For Dems Who Can’t Stop Crying Over The Election

Nearly 2 million non-citizen Hispanics illegally registered to vote

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Fighting for the falsely accused
Post Date: 2017-02-24 02:10:13 by Gatlin
Former Fort Worth, Texas, police officer Brian Franklin is finally free. But he is still fighting to clear his name. “I’ve been vindicated,” he told me in an interview last week, “but not yet exonerated.” Franklin served 21 years in prison — a harrowing 7,700 days — of a life sentence after he was convicted of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl in 1995. But he steadfastly maintained his innocence, studied law in the prison library and won a reversal of his conviction last spring. In December, a jury acquitted him after a second criminal trial. “It’s been a roller coaster ride up and down,” Franklin reflected. Hellish doesn’t begin ...

From auction block to handcuffs: How a local couple was jailed after a legal purchase
Post Date: 2017-02-19 22:22:35 by hondo68
The Investigators: Jailed over a public auction The Toyota as it sat in the Clayton County impound lot (Photo: WXIA) How did a public auction for a car land the bidders in jail?"You had the same police department arresting you on questionable charges, and then another officer from that same police department soliciting a bribe from you on recording?" 11Alive's Brendan Keefe asked."Yeah," replied Michelle Pierce.A couple bought a car and ended up in handcuffs -- but before long, a police officer would be wearing them. 11Alive Chief Investigator Brendan Keefe has been on this story every step of the way for nearly two years.This story started out as what we ...

Meet the New "Specially Protected Class"
Post Date: 2017-02-13 21:44:03 by hondo68
Adams Lin literally fainted as he read a court order authorizing federal marshals to confiscate his property. The officers seized his car, his designer clothes, a flat-screen television, golf clubs, computer, and even his treasured Samurai sword.Unlike countless other Americans who have been pillaged by federal law enforcement officials, Lin was not a victim of the officially sanctioned plunder called civil asset forfeiture. His property was confiscated after Lin’s boss failed to make a $200,000 payment toward the $22.4 million civil damage award granted to a man who was left paralyzed through Lin’s occupational misconduct.Lin’s boss is Palm Beach County, Florida Sheriff Ric ...

FL Cop Stole $65K From 79 Y.O. Woman, Sold Her Dog, Then Tried to Stage Suicide When She Filed Complaint
Post Date: 2017-01-27 21:50:58 by hondo68
A deputy with the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is facing charges after exploiting and extorting an elderly woman over the course of a month. He also faces a charge of attempted murder after he tried to force sleeping pills down her throat in order to make it appear she had committed suicide after she filed a harassment complaint against him. The unnamed victim stated that she originally met Deputy Frankie Eugene Bybee after he responded to her house on a service call in October. He then continued visiting her both on and off duty, acting as if he was a friend and wanted to help her in order to gain her trust. Shortly after, the victim was hospitalized. Bybee then convinced her to ...

Trump tells Chicago to reduce violence, or he will 'send in the Feds'
Post Date: 2017-01-25 09:09:50 by Willie Green
President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday night about Chicago's violence, saying he will "send in the Feds!" if the city "doesn't fix the horrible 'carnage' going on." Trump's tweet refers back to a line in his inaugural address Friday about "the crime, and the gangs, and the drugs that have stolen too many lives and robbed our country of so much unrealized potential. This American carnage stops right here and stops right now." The tweet cited numbers _ "228 shootings in 2017 with 42 killings (up 24 percent from 2016)" that come from Chicago Tribune data used in a news story Monday about violence in the city so far this year. As of ...

Lie Detectors, Russian Spies, and an Expert in Kung Fu
Post Date: 2017-01-17 10:16:18 by Willie Green
How the incoming national security adviser got tangled up in the Trump administration’s weirdest scandal yet. The weirdest scandal of the Trump transition—the one involving brain electrodes, Russian spies, Hillary Clinton’s email server, and an expert in kung fu—probably should have been a bigger deal. But I’m sorry to say that Bloomberg reporters David Kocieniewski and Peter Robison’s gift to journalism, published on the morning of Dec. 23, barely registered before it disappeared into the tinsel. Their delightful scoop, headlined “Trump Aide Partnered With Firm Run by Man With Alleged KGB Ties,” describes a business link between Donald Trump’s ...

Armed civilian saves ambushed Arizona trooper, kills attacker
Post Date: 2017-01-13 19:15:37 by GrandIsland
An unknown motorist is being hailed as a hero after he shot and killed a suspect who had ambushed an Arizona state trooper on Interstate 10, west of Phoenix. The trooper had been investigating a car crash when he was shot and rushed by the attacker. The trooper, identified only as a 27-year veteran of the force, was responding to a call about someone shooting at cars on I-10 at around 4:30am local time, Department of Public Safety Director Colonel Frank Milstead told local media. At milepost 89, the trooper found a car that had rolled over and sought to help the female passenger who had been injured. While in the process of setting up flares, he was shot in the right shoulder. The ...

Wife of US Marshall 'framed her husband's ex and had her jailed for months by claiming she arranged for her to be raped by strangers via Craigslist - then lied about being pregnant AND having cancer'
Post Date: 2017-01-10 08:51:08 by cranky
Angela Diaz, 31, married a 39-year-old deputy US Marshal in February 2016, two months after meeting him through an online dating websiteShe lied and told Doe she was pregnant before launching an elaborate scheme against his ex-fiancee Michelle Hadley, whom he dated from 2013 and 2015 Diaz sent herself hundreds of threatening emails, some of which she doctored to appear as if they came from Hadley's real email addressShe used eight different email addresses and used VPNs to hide IP addressesThe messages included death and rape threats against Diaz and her fake, unborn child, in addition to graphic images of decapitated bodies and aborted fetuses Diaz then claimed Hadley was posing as her ...

Wheaton burglar who 'thumbed nose at law' gets 22 years in prison
Post Date: 2017-01-08 17:23:16 by cranky
Eric Bramwell A man found guilty of stealing a TV remote control from the common area of a Wheaton apartment complex and who "repeatedly thumbed his nose at the law" has been sentenced to 22 years in prison, DuPage County prosecutors said Friday. Eric Bramwell, 35, of Melrose Park, had been found guilty in November of burglary and was eligible for an extended-term sentence because of his past criminal history, according to prosecutors. Authorities alleged that Bramwell entered the common area of the apartment building in the 100 block of Cross Street on Aug. 1, 2015, and stole the universal remote to the television set. But, prosecutors say, Bramwell dropped a glove while at the ...

Shocking moment gunman wounded two cops after luring them to Walmart in an ambush before being shot dead
Post Date: 2017-01-04 09:11:59 by cranky
Officers Joshua Pueblo and Daniel Colwell were called to Chandler Walmart At 6.30am, they were expecting to be dealing with a straightforward trespasserMitchell Oakley waited for them to get near him and shot them both point blankShocking surveillance footage has revealed the moment a gunman opened fire on police officers after luring them to a Arizona Walmart for an ambush. Chandler cops Joshua Pueblo and Daniel Colwell strolled into the store in April of last year to deal with what they thought would be a straightforward case of trespassing. But as they approached Mitchell Oakley, shoppers were sent sprawling as bullets were sprayed, hitting both cops. Pueblo was shot in the face and ...

How Many Blacks And Hispanics Were Killed By Police Officers In 2016?
Post Date: 2016-12-31 18:44:39 by cranky
As of Friday, United States police officers shot and killed 957 people in 2016, according to a Washington Post database that tracks police shooting incidents throughout the year. Although the number is still considerably high, it’s still 36 deaths shy of 2015’s number of people shot and killed by police, which accounted for 991 deaths.Along with more deaths in 2015, there were more black people shot and killed by police last year. In 2015, 258 black people were shot and killed by cops while only 228 black people were shot and killed in 2016.The number of Hispanics shot and killed by police was higher in 2015 as well. There were 156 people who were fatally shot by officers in 2016 ...

Report: 3 Miami officers fired over target practice 'jokes'
Post Date: 2016-12-31 18:36:21 by cranky
Three new police officers were fired for making comments on a group chat about using Miami's primarily black neighborhoods for target practice, a newspaper reported Friday. Officers Kevin Bergnes, Miguel Valdes and Bruce Alcin were let go on Dec. 23, after an internal affairs investigation concluded that they violated department policies, said the Miami Herald (http://hrld.us/2hxDZZp), citing documents it obtained. The remarks angered local civil rights activists keeping tabs on a department that is currently scrutinized by the U.S. Department of Justice for a pattern of excessive force. "It's indicative of the casual conversations and comments that young and even more ...

Top Los Angeles cop takes out a restaining order against Black Lives Matter activist who he says 'followed him home and threatened his children'
Post Date: 2016-12-30 07:46:23 by cranky
Los Angeles Police Commission Matt M. Johnson filed the complaint on Dec. 19 He claims Trevor Gerard, 35, stalked him and 'mouthed threats' towards him Gerard has denied the allegations and accused Johnson of making them up Black Lives Matter staged a protest outside Johnson's home on December 18 One of Los Angeles' top cops has filed for a restraining order against a Black Lives Matter activist who has allegedly been stalking him. The Los Angeles Police Commission Matt M. Johnson alleged Trevor Gerard, a member of the protest group, followed him home and to his office in a complaint filed against the 35-year-old activist. Johnson, who was appointed commission president ...

5-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Walks to School on Saturday, So Cops Arrested Dad
Post Date: 2016-12-29 19:43:54 by hondo68
Naturally Olesia Bilkei / Dreamstime A 5-year-old in Berwick, Pennsylvania, woke his dad up on early a Saturday morning and said it was time to go to school. Daddy told him no, hon, it's Saturday—no school!—and went back to sleep. Now the dad, Jeffry Wagner, is facing child endangerment charges. Unbeknownst to him, his son continued to get ready for school and ventured out into the chilly day to make his way to the bus stop. Of course, no bus arrived, so the determined little boy started to walk to school. And then, reports CBS Pittsburgh: [A] motorist spotted him and called police, who picked up the boy. Wagner waived a preliminary hearing Thursday and will face the charge ...

'They don't give a f*** if I die out here in this cold weather': Denver police forced to defend officers after they were filmed taking blankets from homeless people on a freezing night [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2016-12-17 14:23:21 by cranky
Footage was widely shared showing homeless people on the street in Denver A group of officers dragged blankets from people and then carried them away The videos were published by the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado The rights group has called the Denver Police approach in the videos 'cruel' Denver Mayor Michael Hancock denied what was seen is a 'widespread practice'The Denver Police Department has been forced to defend its officers after shocking video emerged of cops taking blankets and survival gear from homeless people in the freezing cold.Footage was widely circulated this week showing as many as nine officers standing over a group of homeless people, pulling ...

FBI employee arrested after firing shots at officer, Planet Fitness
Post Date: 2016-12-07 20:06:44 by hondo68
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Grand Rapids police have arrested a man they say opened fire near a gym in the early morning hours of Tuesday, Dec. 6.It happened around 2 a.m. at Planet Fitness on 28th Street. Police say a 35-year-old man walked into the gym, wielding a gun before he fired three shots near Lake Eastbrook Boulevard.At the time, around seven people were inside, but none of them were hurt.Investigators say the suspect, a current employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, shot at a police sergeant who was attempting to make contact with him. Seconds later, the man was seen in a parking lot north of Center Point Mall, where he was arrested at gunpoint. Officers did not fire any ...

St. Louis Suspect Who Shot Officer In Face Gets Gunned Down By Heroes
Post Date: 2016-11-22 18:24:10 by GrandIsland
Louis Suspect Who Shot Officer In Face Gets Gunned Down By Heroes St. Louis, Missouri – The St. Louis suspect wanted for the attempted assassination of a St. Louis officer on Sunday was killed in a gunfight with police when they located him early Monday. Undercover officers located the suspect’s vehicle in a parking garage at Laclede’s Landing. A female picked up the suspect and drove him to the intersection of Smiley Ave and Leola Ave, where he noticed that he was being followed. The suspect exited the vehicle and opened fire on the officers. Unfortunately for this dirtbag, he wasn’t engaging in a cowardly ambush this time, and the heroic officers engaged ...

UPDATED: Civilian shoots, kills man attacking deputy in Florida
Post Date: 2016-11-16 16:53:10 by GrandIsland
UPDATE: The suspect who was fatally shot by a civilian while beating a Florida deputy has been identified as 53-year-old Edward Strother. The bystander who fatally shot Strother, likely saving the deputy’s life, has not been identified. The Monday morning commute in Estero, Florida came to a standstill today after a suspect led police on a wild and deadly chase along southbound I -75. One of those drivers who got caught up in the drama this morning was Rick Maestas. He spoke to WINK News this morning and had this to say about what he saw: “There was a high-speed pursuit on the left shoulder when I got off the ramp…there was a man on top of another man …they were ...

Confederate flag-flying officer suspended
Post Date: 2016-11-14 10:53:56 by Willie Green
Police chief to community: 'I hear you' TRAVERSE CITY — An outpouring of support brought a tear to Marshall Collins Jr.'s eye after Traverse City residents learned a city police officer displayed a Confederate flag at a political rally.Collins said he hasn't yet heard from Traverse City police officials following his run-in with city police Officer Michael Peters during a Nov. 11 "Love Trumps Hate" rally. Peters drove a pickup truck decorated with a Confederate flag to the rally at the Open Space, parked and drank a beer.The flag drew a crowd, including Collins, who confronted Peters over what Collins considers a symbol of hate. Collins ...

Police capture suspect in separate ambush-style attacks that killed 2 Iowa officers
Post Date: 2016-11-02 21:11:30 by GrandIsland
Authorities in Iowa have captured the suspected gunman in the ambush-style attacks early Wednesday morning that claimed the lives of two police officers who were sitting in their patrol cars. Officers arrested 46-year-old Scott Michael Greene without incident in Dallas County, west of Des Moines, police told Fox News. The Iowa State Patrol and Dallas County Sheriff's Dept. took part in the arrest. Greene was spotted alone on foot on a roadway at the time of his arrest. Police said he surrendered to a state Department of Natural Resources officer without incident. Greene is suspected in the shooting deaths of Urbandale officer Justin Martin, with the force since 2015, and Sgt. ...

Gay cops investigated for hosting ‘breeding’ sex parties for teens
Post Date: 2016-11-02 14:03:39 by cranky
Schenectady police Sgt. Jonathan Moore and Anthony F. AubinThe arrest of a police sergeant’s live-in boyfriend has reportedly launched a multi-agency probe into allegations that gay cops in upstate New York may have hosted or participated in sex parties attended by teens not old enough to drink booze or give consent. The Times Union reports that Schenectady police Sgt. Jonathan E. Moore, 35, was at an auto dealership last month in Colonie, NY, when his boyfriend, Anthony Aubin, 27, was arrested after trying to use a counterfeit check to buy a 2016 Jaguar coupe for $92,000, according to arrest records. Aubin’s arrest has since triggered a broader investigation into allegations ...

Heather MacDonald on Black Lives Matter: Does The Truth Matter?
Post Date: 2016-10-25 20:50:14 by Gatlin
Are the police racist? Do they disproportionately shoot African-Americans? Are incidents in places like Ferguson and Baltimore evidence of systemic discrimination? Heather Mac Donald, a scholar at the Manhattan Institute, explains. HEATHER MACDONALD, PRAGER UNIVERSITY: Does the truth matter? Not to groups like Black Lives Matter. That's tragic for many reasons, not the least of which is that black lives are being lost as a result. When it comes to the subject of American police, blacks, and the deadly use of force, here is what we know: A recent deadly force study by Washington State University researcher Lois James found that police officers were less likely to shoot unarmed black ...

Cops Have a Database of 117M Faces. You’re Probably in It
Post Date: 2016-10-19 09:13:15 by Willie Green
It’s no secret that American law has been building facial recognition databases to aide in its investigations. But a new, comprehensive report on the status of facial recognition as a tool in law enforcement shows the sheer scope and reach of the FBI’s database of faces and those of state-level law enforcement agencies: Roughly half of American adults are included in those collections. And that massive assembly of biometric data is accessed with only spotty oversight of its accuracy and how it’s used and searched. The 150-page report, released on Tuesday by the Center for Privacy & Technology at the Georgetown University law school, found that law enforcement databases ...

Citing beating of officer, Chicago's top cop says police are 'second-guessing themselves'
Post Date: 2016-10-06 19:17:33 by misterwhite
Chicago’s top cop said Thursday one of his officers was seriously beaten at an accident scene because the national focus on police shootings has caused officers to second-guess themselves. Superintendent Eddie Johnson said the patrol officer told him she did not use her gun to defend herself for fear of a backlash. "She didn’t want her family or the department to go through the scrutiny the next day on national news," he said. The injured officer, a 17-year Chicago police veteran, got into a struggle with a man who allegedly was high on PCP after she stopped at a crash scene in the Austin community on the West Side on Wednesday morning. The suspect smashed the ...

18-year-old man shot and killed by Los Angeles police
Post Date: 2016-10-03 09:25:58 by misterwhite
LOS ANGELES – Officers shot and killed an 18-year-old man in south Los Angeles at the end of a car chase, sparking a protest by several dozen people angered by another fatal police shooting of a black man. The Los Angeles County coroner's office identified him Sunday as Carnell Snell Jr. of Los Angeles. The pursuit began around 1 p.m. Saturday when officers tried to pull over a car with paper plates, suspecting the vehicle may have been stolen, and the driver refused to stop, Los Angeles Police Sgt. Barry Montgomery said. The driver and passenger jumped out and police ran after them. The passenger ran into the back of a house, where he was shot. The driver escaped. Early ...

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