During a sit down interview with Alex Jones released in part this morning, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Donald Trump is right on the Muslim refugee crisis and warned America that if the Muslim imports are not property vetted "you could be letting in your own destruction."
"Our government has gone into nations with money from our congress to stimulate the dissatisfied and then arm them against a government that is their government. That's what America did in Libya... (more)
On “Fox News Sunday,” Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump explained all of the things that were fair game if Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton made charges of sexism, most of which were about how Clinton handled her husband Bill Clinton’s indiscretions while she was first lady.
The Washington Post described it as "mind-boggling," Trump supporters in Lowell, Massachusetts packed an Arena to capacity with at least 8,000 people waiting for hours in freezing cold 28 degree temperatures to get in. <... (more)
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's three sons and "about 150" militiamen have occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge HQ to protest the pending imprisonment of two Oregon ranchers accused of arson, arguing the federal government has no authority in local cases.
“We’re going to be freeing these lands up, and getting ranchers back to ranching, ge... (more)
It's a lower-level decision but it still means something. Well, a couple of somethings. First off, it appears Connecticut law enforcement probably shouldn't continue seeking "live" cell site location information without a warrant. It also appears the law enforcement agency involved doesn't have access to a cell site simulator (Stingray, etc.).
Police must not pretend to "help" motorists in order to write a ticket or make an arrest, the state Court of Appeals said Friday. A three-judge panel used the case of Carlos Eduardo Martinez Morales to send a message to law enforcement by affirming a lower court judge's decision to set Morales free.
It was around 2:30 in the morning on November 22, 2014 when Reno County Sheriff's Department Deputy Travis Vogt spotted Morales parked on the side of K-96 highway. The lawman's suspici... (more)
Lansing, MI — After returning from Iraq, Dakota Serna found himself battling PTSD and taking prescription pills for roughly three years after leaving the service. Due to a botched hernia operation, doctors began prescribing painkillers along with his antidepressants, leading to ulcers in his stomach and intestines.
With the prescription pills taking their toll on his body and mind, Serna abandoned the FDA-approved medications after a friend shared a joint with him. No longer suffe... (more)
Shortly after the San Bernardino shooting, the New York Times made a big deal out of posting an editorial on the front page for the first time in nearly a hundred years. The article was a scathing condemnation of our nation's gun laws, as well as America's gun culture. However, their impassioned plea for more gun legislation hasn't had its... (more)
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden took to social media Wednesday to note that one armed citizen in Garland, Texas, was able to accomplish what the surveillance state hasn't – prevent a terror attack.Speaking to the FBI's latest attempt to undermine encryption protocols, Snowden stated that the $53 billion surveillance budget was not what stopped the terror attack.
WOODLAND, Wash. — Officials in Cowlitz County say a southern Washington man managed to keep a pair of suspected burglars at bay until the cops showed up. Now, the local sheriff's office is applauding his efforts.