After reading a report from Information Liberation shared on Infowars, Alex Jones went off on the "gangsters" at the ADL for claiming Donald Trump shouldn't use the term "America First" because it's "anti-Semitic."
Jones mocked the ADL for "being like a bunch of social justice warriors."
After stomping Ted 'The Canadian Rat' Cruz and John 'Not Worthy Of A Nickname' Kasich in five north-eastern states, a humble Donald Trump skipped the bragging and talked instead about pressing issues, then held an open Q&A.
Trump confidant and political hitman Roger Stone tells CBS 4 about his relationship with Trump, his own history of dirty tricks, and why he threatened the scumbag RNC delegates headed to the convention in Cleveland.
More importantly, he shows off his beloved Richard Nixon bong.
On this PJTV Exclusive, Ann Coulter, author of "Adios America!", sits down with John Phillips to discuss what she says is the "pussification of politics" and the GOP Presidential race. Find out if she still supports Donald Trump for President on this PJTV Exclusive!
Red light cameras and speed cameras are no longer issuing citations in Arizona. Cities throughout the state have decided to unplug their automated ticketing machines in the wake of last month's surprise opinion from Attorney General Mark Brnovich requiring photo ticket vendors to obtain private investigator licenses (read opinion).
"The city of Scottsdale has not issued any citations since March 16th in response to the attorney general's office opinion," Assistant Scottsdale C... (more)
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich sent shockwaves through the photo enforcement industry on Wednesday in finding that red light camera and speed camera companies have been violating the state's private investigator statute. Under the law, anyone other than a police officer who gathers evidence for use in a court trial must be a licensed investigator. Failure to obtain a license is a class one misdemeanor.
"The private investigator licensing statutes specifically exempt eleven... (more)
Police officers may not hold a Florida driver's license and demand to search a vehicle. That was the conclusion last month of a three-judge state Court of Appeal panel that ruled the search of Joey Villanueva's van unconstitutional.
Lakeland Police Officer Bradley Dollison, a rookie, pulled Villanueva over, claiming he blew through a stop sign. The officer opened with the standard request for license and registration. Villanueva's papers were in order, except a computer check note... (more)
The US Supreme Court will decide next week whether it will hear the appeal of a US Air Force major who was detained for more than half an hour at an immigration roadblock 67 miles from the border with Mexico. Richard Rynearson filed his last brief in the case, hoping that the high court's eight justices would overturn the US Court of Appeals decision that endorsed Rynearson's March 18, 2010 detention (view ruling).
"The two judge majority of the Fifth Circuit panel (both milit... (more)
The legislature of West Virginia voted to override Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto of a bill that would allow adults to carry concealed handguns without a permit. Governor says the law puts the lives of police officers and residents in danger.
The state’s House of Delegates voted 64-33 to override Tomblin on Friday without discussion on the matter, and the Senate completed the override on Saturday morning with a vote of 23-11. The vote to bypass the veto was bipartisan in both ch... (more)
Motorists who have done nothing wrong will no longer be pulled over by police in West Virginia. The state's highest court last week overturned the conviction of Matthew Feicht, who was pulled over even though he had committed no traffic violations. Although Feicht's case involves no new question of law, the unanimous decision caused state police officials to stop pulling over drivers randomly so that they could receive various gifts from a police "Santa Stop."
Apple hires plenty of interns all year round, but one particular addition revealed this week caught the eye given the company's current position opposing a controversial order to enable the FBI to access the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Frederic Jacobs, a Switzerland-based developer who worked to develop secure messaging app Signal -- the communications app of choice for NSA whistleblower Ed... (more)
Looking down at your phone while driving in Indiana is no longer a crime. The Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals set that precedent last week in dismissing charges against Gregorio Paniagua-Garcia, a man who glanced at his phone while behind the wheel on September 27, 2014. Under Indiana law, it is unlawful to use a cell phone to type, send or read a text message or e-mail while driving. All other uses of the phone are perfectly acceptable.
Another legally armed person has stopped a potential mass shooting in Hamilton, Alabama on February 10th, 2016.
The shooting occurred in the morning, a little over an hour before noon, over a distance of a couple of blocks.
Two people, 67-year-old Donny Miller and 61-year-old Linda Cole were killed in separate offices. The second victim was shot in an accounting office close to the bank pictured above. A WVTM13 crew was on the scene less than two hours after the ... (more)
Donald Trump said Monday night that he believes Hillary Clinton will likely get away with her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, but said that as president, it's only fair that
Two can play at the "pull on the heart strings about losses due to terror" game apparently. While the FBI has rolled out the "but the poor victims of San Bernardino" argument for why it wants to force Apple into hacking the security of its own customers, Apple has countered with a big gun of its own: it has hired former Solicitor G... (more)
Trump has managed to turn Ann Coulter into a voice of reason in American politics.
In this clip from MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews, Coulter says Bush does share "partial blame" for 911 because he took a stand against the racial profiling of Muslims at American airports one year before 9/11.
Eagles of Death Metal singer Jesse Hughes believes some of the 90 people who died in the Bataclan Theater would have survived if they had guns.
Speaking Monday on the eve of the band’s first Paris concert since the November 2015 terrorist attacks, Hughes echoed the controversial words of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, whom he supports.