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About the Second Amendment

About the Second Amendment

| June 1, 2020 | 19 Comments

Aftermath of the Philly Riot Although the article is about The City of Brotherly Love (drive through it after midnight and feel all the love) it can pertain to many places here in the USofA. My entire state has some of the harshest gun laws on the books, and is “May Issue” to boot. That […]

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Former British Royal Marine ­Commando Faces “The Sack” over Wearing Fake Medals

Former British Royal Marine ­Commando Faces “The Sack” over Wearing Fake Medals

| June 1, 2020 | 18 Comments

The DailyMailCo.UK posts that a former British Royal Commando was caught wearing fake Iraq and Afghanistan war medals to an awards ceremony. Senior officer at nuclear police force faces the sack after being accused of wearing fake Iraq and Afghanistan war medals to awards ceremony The chief gun officer at the Civil Nuclear Constabulary could be […]

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KY man dead after police, National Guard return fire on rioters who fired first

KY man dead after police, National Guard return fire on rioters who fired first

| June 1, 2020 | 84 Comments

I was waiting for this. A statement from Governor Andy Beshear: “Last night at around 12 a.m., it is our understanding that Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) and the Kentucky National Guard were dispatched to 26th and Broadway. While working to disperse a crowd, LMPD and the Kentucky National Guard were fired upon,” Beshear’s statement […]

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It Ain’t Over Yet

It Ain’t Over Yet

| June 1, 2020 | 94 Comments

The internet is great, isn’t it? One can be a great distance from a city like Philadelphia, where police cars were trashed by looters and pillagers, or a smaller midwestern town like Aurora, IL, where a bank was broken into and looted and set on fire during last night’s pillaging exercises.  I can tune into […]

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Monday FGS

Monday FGS

| June 1, 2020 | 16 Comments

Colt Kodiak .44 Magnum Homicide investigation determined to be self-defense, charges dropped CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) On May 22, 2020 at around 11 p.m., officers with the Cheyenne Police Department responded to The Lamp Lounge (101 West 6th St), regarding a male, later identified as Aaron Briggs, 36, of Cheyenne, who entered that location […]

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ANTIFA to be Declared a Terrorist Organization

ANTIFA to be Declared a Terrorist Organization

| May 31, 2020 | 142 Comments

ANTIFA Flags ANTIFA, or Anti Fascists, is a far-left militant movement of autonomous groups in mostly left-wing cities, and sees itself as a descendant of European anti-Nazi movements. They find the only way to combat ideas they disagree with is by direct action and physical intimidation. They first became active in Portland, Ore., in 2007, […]

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Update: Man charged with 9 felonies in bridge shooting

Update: Man charged with 9 felonies in bridge shooting

| May 31, 2020 | 16 Comments

Authorities gather on Centennial Bridge after a shooting Wednesday, May 27, 2020, near Leavenworth, Kan. A Fort Leavenworth soldier is being credited with saving lives after he stopped a person who was randomly shooting on the bridge that connects Kansas and Missouri. (John Richmeier/Leavenworth Times via AP) Shooting was stopped by Fort Leavenworth Sergeant Skippy […]

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Pony up, Xi!

Pony up, Xi!

| May 31, 2020 | 30 Comments

This story kind of writes itself. If there is anyone who can twist Xi JinPing’s arm, it should be our current, sitting (and frequently standing) President, but one would suppose that this might have been addressed by earlier administrations. Essentially, China owes us money. Lots of money. In fact, China owes US citizens $1.6 trillion in […]

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