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What’s the State of Constitutional Carry in America? | 2A For Today!

Christian Schools Going "Woke"? Veteran Teacher Blows Whistle

Half the Senate Challenges Biden Admin Rule on ESG Investing

Brickbat: Cut the Cord

How to Memory-Hole a PSYOP

We Just Witnessed an Economic Sign That Hasn’t Happened Since the Peak of the Great Depression in 1932

Founder of Pro-Ukraine Mercenary Group Faces Serious Allegations

Medical Professional: Scientific Community MUST Issue Mea Culpa on Its Deadly Covid Policies

FBI Snares Another Pedo Suspect at a Major Network; Missing ABC Producer Charged With Transporting Child Porn

Child Welfare Algorithm May Unfairly Target Disabled Parents, Complaints to DOJ Allege

Pfizer reports $100 billion haul, with vast majority of profits looted from US taxpayers

HOW THE ATLANTA RIOTS WERE FUNDED

Dr. Rand Paul Joins The National Desk

Dr. Rand Paul Elected Ranking Member of HSGAC

Dr. Paul Joins All Republican Senators in Formally Challenging Biden WOTUS Rule

Zelensky's Great Purge continues, launching police raid against oligarch who fell out of favor with Biden Admin

Ukraine’s Intel Chief Thinks Crimea Will Be Taken, But US Officials Disagree

EU to Train 30,000 Ukrainian Troops as Kiev’s Losses Mount

Our System Has a Trust Deficit (And For Good Reason)

The Fed Is Already Flashing Signs It's Done Raising Rates

WYOMING SENATE VOTES TO HOLD, INVEST, AND RECEIVE TAX PAYMENTS IN GOLD AND SILVER

Massive Peer-Reviewed Mask Study Shows 'Little To No Difference' In Preventing COVID, Flu Infection

The Legacy of George W. Bush and His Torturers

Pro-life Sidewalk Counselor Mark Houck Announces He Will Sue FBI, DOJ in Wake of Acquittal

Western Nations Give Billions in Military Support to Ukraine While Ignoring Myanmar

Inconsistency: The Most Consistent Thing About Politics

Of Whales and Wind Farms: Greenpeace Silent on Whale Deaths Linked to Ocean Wind Project

Washington, D.C., Banned Bird E-Scooters: 'Arbitrary and Capricious,' Says Company

Government Keeps Meddling With Private Company Decisions

National Conservatives Can't Find a Good Excuse for Viktor Orbán's Inflation Disaster

STEVEN SPIELBERG AND THE OTHER UNSMART CORONAMANIACS

Garet Garrett, the Great

The Police Cannot Be a Law Unto Themselves

Erdogan Says Turkey Could Approve Finland’s NATO Bid Without Sweden

History of Nuclear War. The “90 Seconds to Midnight”

Biden Hands China-linked “Green” Energy Company Another $1.6 Million

Atlanta Charges Nonviolent Protesters as Domestic Terrorists

The Federal Reserve’s 2% inflation target

Suspected US Drone Strike Kills Three Alleged al-Qaeda Members in Yemen

Russia Accuses Ukraine of Killing 14 in Hospital Strike Using US-Provided HIMARS

Is the Japanese Low Inflation–Low Interest Rate Model at an End?

The Continuous and Terminal Political Gaslighting of the American Masses

Illinois Town Will Pay $12 Million to Family After SWAT Officer Shot 12-Year-Old in Kneecap

Eco-groups push for EVs, but refuse to back U.S. mining for necessary materials

Bug you even more? U.S. government will 'probably' force you to eat insects

You're 'only a state, not a god': Officials push Christians to support sin

'Egregious': Smithsonian ejects pro-life kids, now conservatives 'fight back'

Satanic Temple opens abortion clinic named for conservative Supreme Court justice's mom

Federal judge rules on law that allows state to sue gun makers

Pro-life activist Mark Houck details shocking Planned Parenthood encounter following acquittal


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Atlanta Charges Nonviolent Protesters as Domestic Terrorists
Post Date: 2023-02-01 16:55:36 by Charles_Byrd
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An anti-police protest movement in Atlanta has ironically led to a massive expansion of police powers. In what was once dubbed "the city too busy to hate," protesters have recently taken aim at a new police training facility. In September 2021, Atlanta's city council approved the construction of a police and firefighter training facility on 85 acres of a 265-acre parcel of city- owned land in Georgia's South River Forest. The campus would include a driving course and a mock city that both police and firefighters could use to train. Funding for the project would include $30 million from the city police budget and twice that from the Atlanta Police Foundation (APF), a ...

A small town in Wisconsin is facing a federal lawsuit after city officials demanded that a local couple, Timothy and Megan Florek, take down their yard sign opposing the rezoning of the property on which a local middle school is situated. The city cl
Post Date: 2023-01-31 18:19:45 by Charles_Byrd
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A small town in Wisconsin is facing a federal lawsuit after city officials demanded that a local couple, Timothy and Megan Florek, take down their yard sign opposing the rezoning of the property on which a local middle school is situated. The city claimed the Floreks were violating a local ordinance that places a 30-day limit on "temporary" or "portable" signs. Despite legal pushback, the city doubled down, insisting that the ordinance did not violate the First Amendment. On Monday, they were sued in federal court. "It's not entirely difficult to change an ordinance, but it's something that needs to be done to protect everybody's First Amendment ...

Alec Baldwin Didn’t Have to Talk to the Police. Neither Do You.
Post Date: 2023-01-27 01:28:37 by Charles_Byrd
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Shortly after a prop gun Alec Baldwin was holding fired a bullet that killed a cinematographer and wounded a director on the set of the movie “Rust,” in October 2021, he told the police in New Mexico that he’d be willing to do whatever they requested, including sitting for an interview at the station. In an interrogation room later that afternoon, detectives began by informing Baldwin of his rights: He had the right to remain silent. Anything he said could be used against him in court. He was free to consult with an attorney; if he could not afford an attorney, one would be appointed for him. And he could stop the interrogation at any point he wished. Click for Full Text!

Prosecution of Assange Would Lead to End of the First Amendment, Advocates Warn
Post Date: 2023-01-27 00:23:54 by Charles_Byrd
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Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg joined other leading journalists, attorneys and human rights defenders to call on the Biden administration to drop its extradition request and indictment against journalist and WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, citing the grave threat Assange’s prosecution would pose to journalism worldwide. “Every empire requires secrecy to cloak its acts of violence that maintain it as an empire,” Ellsberg testified during the Belmarsh Tribunal held on January 20 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The tribunal is named after London’s high-security Belmarsh Prison, where Assange has been held for nearly four years, fighting ...

A Louisiana Town Repeatedly Arrested A Man For His "F**K JOE BIDEN" Flags. Now, He's Suing.
Post Date: 2023-01-25 23:40:10 by Charles_Byrd
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A man has filed suit against the town of Grand Isle, Louisiana,* claiming he was repeatedly ticketed, detained, and even criminally charged for flying two flags reading "FUCK JOE BIDEN" on his pickup truck. According to the lawsuit, filed Tuesday by Ross Brunet, his flags were protected by the First Amendment. "In violation of long-established law, the Town has routinely detained, cited, and forced Mr. Brunet to go to trial to vindicate his constitutional rights, taking the extraordinary step of adopting a boldly unconstitutional local Ordinance to silence him," the 18-page complaint reads. Click for Full Text!

She Was Jailed for Basic Journalism. A Federal Court Isn't Sure if That's Unconstitutional.
Post Date: 2023-01-25 18:13:56 by Charles_Byrd
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Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is most known for its work taking up controversial religious freedom cases. They famously defended Jack Phillips, a baker who was the subject of a high-profile suit after he declined to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. More recently, the organization argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of Lorie Smith, a website designer who preemptively challenged a Colorado law so that she would not have to design wedding sites for gay couples in violation of her religious beliefs. They are not known for defending foul-mouthed, left-leaning journalists whose bread and butter consists sometimes of criticizing the police. They're doing so anyway. ...

The Living Constitution’s Illimitable Government
Post Date: 2023-01-24 18:30:23 by Charles_Byrd
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That Wilson and his progressive epigones got what they wanted is too plain to permit of serious doubt. Those disinclined to accept such matters on faith need look no further than Obergefell v. Hodges, the 2015 landmark case that legitimated same-sex marriage. That case was decided in the court of public opinion before it was decided in the court of last resort, and but for that earlier pronouncement, the latter would not have been reached. To frame that differently, it is only because public opinion shifted appreciably in favor of same-sex marriage that the Supreme Court announced that a right to it was now fundamental. Clearly, Obergefell could not have been handed down in an earlier ...

We musT keep governmenT secular ... Though neiTher aTheisT --- nor anTi-religion.
Post Date: 2022-07-07 05:58:57 by BorisY
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Inquisition documentation discovered, digitized for the first time Manuscript documenting first 130 years of Portugese Inquisition is discovered and digitized. Israel National News Jul 7, 2022 Nearly 500 years after the Portuguese Inquisition began, rare documentation of its proceedings and victims has been discovered in the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People at Jerusalem's National Library of Israel, and digitized for the first time. The 60-page manuscript, penned in the 18th century, documents the first 130 years of the Portuguese Inquisition tribunal’s activities, mainly in Lisbon. It includes detailed information about trials conducted by inquisitors ...

AG Barr: Coronavirus lockdowns “greatest intrusion on civil liberties” since slavery
Post Date: 2020-09-19 20:55:24 by Deckard
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(Natural News) Attorney General William Barr called lockdown measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus “the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history,” comparing it to slavery. He also likened stay-at-home orders to being put under “house arrest” and warned that a medical pandemic “doesn’t give a blank check” to executive rules that infringe on civil liberties. The attorney general made these comments Sep. 16, during a Constitution Day event hosted by the conservative Hillsdale College. He gave a speech focusing on the role of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and criticizing the selective application of the law by some ...

Pennsylvania restaurant apologizes for offensive sign that sparked protest
Post Date: 2020-09-12 19:13:19 by Deckard
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A members-only restaurant in Pennsylvania has apologized for a sign displayed on a wall that some people called racist, according to posts on social media.On Thursday, the Bucks County NAACP posted a picture of the sign inside Fred’s Breakfast Club in New Hope.The sign features a message that was reportedly sent in as a humorous application for membership. It tells a joke about someone trying to get their dogs signed up for welfare.After a woman at the welfare office told the person dogs aren’t eligible, the pet owner says, “I explained to her that my dogs are mixed in color, unemployed, can’t speak English and have no clue who their Daddies ...

'Appalling': Airline bans U.S. flag on face masks, but is apparently fine with 'Black Lives Matter'
Post Date: 2020-09-02 01:55:54 by Deckard
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(Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay) U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., is demanding that Frontier Airlines officials explain why a gate agent banned an air marshal from wearing an American flag-themed mask on a flight. Advertisement - story continues below if( 'Top' != 'REP' && FFADS.units.Top && FFADS.units.Top.ad_type == 'custom' && FFADS.units.Top.custom_ads ) { document.getElementById( 'Top' ).innerHTML = FFADS.units.Top.custom_ads[0].code; if( ! FFADS.units.Top.lazy_load ) eval( FFADS.units.Top.custom_ads[0].rendering_script ); } else if( FFADS.units.Top ) { if( 'To' != 'SB' && 'To' != 'SA' ...

Gun Owners of America Issues Statement in Defense of Kyle Rittenhouse; Say Lawyers Are Examining Case (NRA silent)
Post Date: 2020-09-01 19:08:23 by Deckard
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Gun Owners of America Senior Vice President Erich Pratt issued a statement defending Kyle Rittenhouse's right to self-defense based off their analysis of publicly available video evidence and said their lawyers are looking into the case. From Gun Owners of America:GOA: Media Demonizes Apparent Self-Defender Kyle Rittenhouse Springfield, VA – Gun Owners of America (GOA) Senior Vice President Erich Pratt released the following statement on Kyle Rittenhouse's citizen-involved shooting: "Based upon publicly available video evidence, it appears that Kyle Rittenhouse was acting in self-defense. And despite fake news media reports, it is clear that Kyle was not firing ...

Kyle Rittenhouse defense lawyer Lin Wood locked out of Twitter after advocating for his client
Post Date: 2020-09-01 17:44:22 by Deckard
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A brazen move from Twitter.If you're tired of cancel culture and censorship subscribe to Reclaim The Net.Twitter has locked the account of Lin Wood, the lawyer who is representing and advocating for Kyle Rittenhouse, the Kenosha shooter who is charged with murder after shooting dead two individuals during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin.As video of the incident is widespread on social media, Lin Wood is arguing self-defense, after even the New York Times reported Rittenhouse was being pursued by those he shot.Twitter has been locking the accounts of those who have supported Rittenhouse and those saying that he acted in self-defense, even though this is his official legal defense. Twitter ...

The Cops Took This Guy's $15,000 Jeep Because His Girlfriend Allegedly Used It for a $25 Marijuana Sale
Post Date: 2020-08-23 01:09:31 by Deckard
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Kevin McBride (Goldwater Institute) Tucson handyman Kevin McBride was hard at work one Friday last May when his girlfriend offered to get him a cold drink from a convenience store. She took his Jeep, his sole means of transportation and the basis of his livelihood. Then the cops took his Jeep, and local prosecutors are now demanding a $1,900 ransom before he can get it back.This sort of shakedown would be clearly felonious if ordinary criminals attempted it. But as McBride discovered, it is legal under Arizona's civil asset forfeiture law. The cops said McBride's girlfriend had used his Jeep to sell a small amount of marijuana to an undercover officer for $25. Although the charges ...

Kamala Harris was born in the US – Let’s not do this again. Stop playing this dangerous game
Post Date: 2020-08-14 18:42:54 by misterwhite
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In 2011 Donald Trump rose to political prominence in part on claims that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States. These claims were based on outright lies and deception that preyed upon the racism and xenophobia that still exists in the United States. Trump and the grassroots conservative ecosystem claimed that Obama was born in Kenya and therefore not eligible to serve as president. Not only were these claims utterly false, but they were also quickly forgotten when Canadian born Senator Ted Cruz garnered 7,822,000 votes and came in second place in the 2016 GOP presidential primary. Fast forward to today -- John Eastman, a law professor at Chapman University and ...

Dan Crenshaw blasts Teen Vogue op-ed advocating end to private property rights
Post Date: 2020-08-07 11:47:23 by misterwhite
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U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, blasted Teen Vogue on Thursday over a July column in which the writer advocates for the eventual end of private property rights. “Just wondering if anyone sees any issues with our next generation reading Marxist propaganda in popular teen magazines...?” Crenshaw, who has represented the Houston-area 2nd Congressional District of Texas since 2019, wrote on Twitter. Columnist Kandist Mallett, who has recently focused on issues related to racial injustice protests, centered her argument around those struggling financially during the coronavirus pandemic -- such as those dealing with rent and eviction issues. “It’s been four months since ...

One Woman’s Valiant Attempt to Restore Sanity to Shopping
Post Date: 2020-07-27 08:23:00 by Deckard
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Albertsons Companies, Inc. The Office of Ethics and Compliance 250 Parkcenter Blvd., Boise, ID 83706 Hello: My family has shopped for years at Shaw’s and Star Market. Recently, our local Shaw’s instituted a face mask requirement, which I assume has come from Albertsons Companies leadership. Having read Albertson’s Code of Business Conduct & Ethics, I have confidence that leadership at Albertsons knows that no store may enact a policy that violates established law. According to U.S. federal law, civil rights law, and Title II of the Civil Rights Act, no individual may be denied entry to a business establishment based on their religious beliefs or medical condition. To ...

St. Louis Prosecutor's Office Busted Altering Evidence; Reassembled Non-Operable McCloskey Pistol To Classify As Lethal
Post Date: 2020-07-22 20:38:44 by Deckard
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ST. LOUIS — The gun Patricia McCloskey waved at protesters was inoperable when it arrived at the St. Louis police crime lab, but a member of Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner's staff ordered crime lab experts to disassemble and reassemble it and wrote that it was “readily capable of lethal use” in charging documents filed Monday, 5 On Your Side has learned. Credit: Provided photoExcerpt of document obtained by 5 On Your Side showing Assistant Circuit Attorney Chris Hinckley's orders to crime lab experts. Crime lab workers photographed the disassembly and reassembly of the gun, according to the documents. Patricia McCloskey and her husband, Mark McCloskey, have said ...

After in-home Bible studies are banned in new order, a California church slaps Gov. Gavin Newsom with a lawsuit
Post Date: 2020-07-22 04:38:23 by Deckard
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A network of California churches filed a lawsuit Saturday against Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, alleging that his recent coronavirus lockdown order — which temporarily banned all indoor church operations, including in-home Bible studies — is unconstitutional. POLL: Which VP pick would be the biggest disaster for the Biden campaign? What are the details?Harvest International Ministry, which has church campuses in Pasadena, Corona, and Irvine, argued in the complaint that churchgoers in California are having their gatherings severely restricted while protesters are being permitted to demonstrate without any restriction, the Washington Times reported."While the Governor has ...

Chicago: ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural Painted Over to Read ‘All Lives Matter’
Post Date: 2020-07-10 15:30:12 by Deckard
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Peaceful protesters on Tuesday painted over a “Black Lives Matter” mural in Oak Park to make it read “All Lives Matter.”The peaceful protesters were accused of “hate” and “racism” for their message of unity.From ABC 7, “‘Black Lives Matter’ mural in Oak Park defaced, painted over to read ‘All Lives Matter'”:A Black Lives Matter mural in west suburban Oak Park has been defaced, officials said. Crews were working to clean the mural on Scoville Avenue just south of Lake Street Wednesday morning. […] Parts of the mural was painted over in order to make it read “All Lives Matter.”I love how these youths act ...

Rand Paul Tries (Again!) To Make It Harder for Police To Take Your Stuff
Post Date: 2020-06-28 14:18:03 by Deckard
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(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Newscom) Amid popular calls for policing reform, a handful of senators are resurrecting a bill to make it harder for police to take people's property without first convicting them of crimes.Sens. Rand Paul (R–Ky.), Mike Lee (R–Utah), Mike Crapo (R–Idaho), and Angus King (I–Maine) reintroduced the Fifth Amendment Integrity Restoration (FAIR) Act this week to significantly restrain the federal use of civil asset forfeiture, a practice that lets police and prosecutors seize and keep property they claim are associated with criminal activity.Because the process is "civil," it often allows police to do this without ever proving the ...

Prison Guards Who Locked Naked Inmate in Cell Filled With 'Massive Amounts' of Feces Got Qualified Immunity
Post Date: 2020-06-25 18:01:21 by Deckard
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The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals acknowledged that the plaintiff's Eighth Amendment rights were violated. (Dan Henson | Dreamstime.com) A group of prison guards who forced an inmate to live in two cells infested with human feces and raw sewage for a total of 6 days are protected by qualified immunity and cannot be sued over the incident, a federal court ruled last year. Though the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit acknowledged that the squalid conditions in which he was kept violated Trent Taylor's Eighth Amendment right to not suffer cruel and unusual punishment, the panel afforded the defendants protection from civil liability because no similar situation had been ...

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