Media analyst Mark Dice tries to sell a 100 ounce bar of .999 fine silver bullion for $25 outside of a coin shop in San Diego, California. HINT- It's worth WAY more than that, but does anyone want it? He even offers to trade the bar for a woman's bottle of water. Watch to find out what happened!
Central banks around the globe are pursuing strategies that will put all financial assets into government hands, Marc Faber explains to CNBC this morning, taking the opportunity to endorse Donald Trump's bid for the U.S. presidency. As CNBC reports, Faber expects that asset buying by global central banks will only increase, even though he ... (more)
The man who allegedly tried to storm the stage during Donald Trump's rally in Dayton, Ohio has been identified as 22-year-old Thomas Dimassimo.
Dimassimo's YouTube channel features a video of himself leading a Black Lives Matter protest last year where he and others stood on an American flag "in solidarity" with BLM activist Eric Sheppard. Sheppard had drawn controversy after he was photographed walking on an American flag during a protest at Valdosta State University. ... (more)
A Donald Trump rally took a dramatic turn Saturday when a disturbance broke out behind him — causing Secret Service agents to jump on stage and form a wall around the candidate amid the commotion. ... (more)
Ilya Sheyman, a failed Illinois contender for Congress and the executive director of MoveOn.org Political Action, has taken credit for the violence at a cancelled Trump event last night in Chicago. He promised similar violence and disruption will occur at future Trump political events leading up to the election.
Anti-Trump "protesters" celebrating the cancellation of Trump's Chicago rally felt it appropriate to block an ambulance blaring its sirens in the middle of a medical emergency.
Not content with simply denying people access to medical care, one protester who appeared to be in a rapturous state of delight decided to give the driver the finger while shaking his body wildly performing some sort of dance, others around him follow suit.
Hillary Clinton on Thursday said she was "distraught and appalled" in response to Wednesday's assault on a protestor at a Donald Trump rally. In an interview with Rachel Maddow she stated that security at these events should handle demonstrators in an "appropriate manner," and defended the right to protest. She called the event "distressing."
But her concern for the right to dissent apparently only extends to her opponents' events.
Swedish police have given up trying to protect Swedish women from the exponential rise of rapes and gang rapes by newly arrived Arab and North African migrants. Police Chief of Östersund, Stephen Jerand, advised all women to not go out after sunset because they are likely to be raped or "something more terrible". He says the rapes the police investigate are es... (more)
Multiple videos show a protester at a Donald Trump rally in North Carolina being sucker-punched by a Trump supporter.
The videos, which appeared on social media early Thursday and are shot from different perspectives, show an African American with long hair wearing a white T-shirt leaving the Trump rally as the audience boos. He is being led out... (more)
When confronted with a video Wednesday of the mother of a Benghazi victim saying that she was lied to by Hillary Clinton, the Democratic frontrunner responded by saying, “she’s wrong. She’s absolutely wrong.”
[...]Clinton told the audience she feels “a great deal of sympathy for the families” of the victims and she “can’t imagine the grief that ... (more)
Former Trump butler Tony Senecal defended Donald Trump in an interview with CNN's Carol Costello this morning.
"He's an incredibly generous person. He's been generous to his employees. He's generous to strangers. He's an entirely a nice guy. He's not the gruff person that people make him out to be. Sure, you attack him, he's going to fight back.... (more)
Somewhere there are still peoples and herds, but not with us, my brethren; here there are states….
A state is called the coldest of all cold monsters. Coldly it lies also; and this lie creepeth from its mouth: `I the state, am the people.’…
Destroyers are they who lay snares for many, and call it the state…. - Nietzsche, "The New Idol," from Thus Spake Zarathustra
The late rancher LaVoy Finicum sought to elude the state's armed enforcers, but he wasn't a... (more)
Undercover footage broadcast by a Danish TV station shows Mohammad Fouad al-Barazi, the head imam of the mosque of the Islamic Union in Denmark, admitting that the goal of the migrant influx is for Muslims to conquer Europe.
The clip was shown as part of a Danish TV2 series called Mosques behind the veil. It shows al-Barazi acknowledging, "Right now we are in a time when ... (more)
On the evening on March 4th 2016, Augustus Invictus a candidate for the United States Senate was scheduled to give a talk at Vancouver's Railway Club. The event was not only cancelled but Invictus was told "Your presence here will cause problems" by a Canadian Border Services Agent and he was subsequently denied entry. Augustus states that "Antifa mobbed a mee... (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)