Possible Terror Cell Captured in Southern California Desert


At 8:25 a.m. Sunday morning, March 27, 2016, multiple agencies responded the report of suspicious circumstances including reports of gunshots and chanting in the predawn hours in the Deep Creek hot springs area in a remote part of Apple Valley. Deputies from Apple Valley, Hesperia, Adelanto and Victorville Police Departments also responded to help. Seventeen … Continue reading Possible Terror Cell Captured in Southern California Desert

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Fidel to Barack: ‘Screw You!’


Cuba's former president penned a statement following President Obama's visit. Fidel Castro wrote that Cuba "has no need of gifts" from the U.S. “My modest suggestion is to reflect and do not try now to develop theories about Cuban politics,” Castro wrote of Obama. “Native populations do not exist at all in the minds of … Continue reading Fidel to Barack: ‘Screw You!’

Syria’s New Allie in Its ‘Civil War’


North Korea might be a larger threat to the U.S. and world safety than we’re being lead to believe by the Obama Administration or our compliant national media.  After all, Syrian President Bashar Assad’s newest ally is now the so-called ‘hermit nation.’ And this isn't the first time that there have been reports of soldiers … Continue reading Syria’s New Allie in Its ‘Civil War’

Chinese Communist Move Into Cuba with U.S. Blessing


"Be careful what you wish for lest it come true…" --old Chinese proverb Last week, the Treasury Department granted Starwood Hotels permission to sign a multi-million-dollar deal with the Castro regime in Cuba, all the while knowing that the Anbang Insurance Group, which has very close ties to the Communist party, had bought the chain. … Continue reading Chinese Communist Move Into Cuba with U.S. Blessing

“¿Que bolá Cuba? (What’s up, Cuba?)


President Obama speaks of the Castro brothers as if they were long-time friends, but there was no pomp and circumstance and Obama wasn’t greeted by either Castro brother like Raul did when Pope Francis visited. It leaves Obama looking like that proverbial school kid searching for acceptance anywhere he can find it. But that isn’t … Continue reading “¿Que bolá Cuba? (What’s up, Cuba?)

There’s More to the Realignment of U.S. Highway 50 Than Meets the Eye


The United Nations is still making inroads around Lake Tahoe with its environmental programming. Agenda 21 is a form of radical environmentalism that states humanity is destroying the planet, and the goal should be to create a world where literally everything humans do is to be tightly monitored and controlled in the name of “sustainable … Continue reading There’s More to the Realignment of U.S. Highway 50 Than Meets the Eye

The Rabbit Hole of Presidential Power


There are over 7,300 legislators, 3,100 counties and parishes, plus another 36,000 municipal governments and townships and their offices across this nation that we should be focusing on daily. Unfortunately, we spend the majority of our compliant media-driven time bickering about a person, who when elected to the Office of the Presidency, does not have … Continue reading The Rabbit Hole of Presidential Power

By Ignoring the 12th Amendment, Your Vote is Being Ignored


A Republican National Committee's Rules Committee member named Curly Haugland has let the proverbial ‘cat out of the bag.’ He says it’s the party who will decide who the GOP nominee will be, not the voters. "The media have created the perception that the voters will decide the nomination," said Haugland stated, "That's the conflict … Continue reading By Ignoring the 12th Amendment, Your Vote is Being Ignored

The Feds’ Extracurricular Unconstitutional Rules


To paraphrase an old line from a Humphrey Bogart movie, “Constitution? We don’t need no stinkin’ Constitution!” -- especially when every federal agency in our U.S. government has an extracurricular set of unconstitutional rules by which it operated. During a Senate Foreign Relations Committee meeting on March 8, Senator Cory Gardner asked if Congress approved … Continue reading The Feds’ Extracurricular Unconstitutional Rules

Speculation Leads to Gun Rights Violation


Seventy-four-year-old Ralph Gilbertsen is not a felon or domestic abuser, and has never been ruled dangerous to others, despite being ‘mildly bipolar,’ but Richfield Police in Minnesota confiscated his firearms anyway. He also has a concealed carry permit holder, which means he passed the in-depth background check required to get such a permit. The retired … Continue reading Speculation Leads to Gun Rights Violation

SCOTUS ‘Court Rules’ Deny ‘Redress”


Justice Antonin Scalia died February 13, 2016 and Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts acted swiftly, waiting less than a day after the EPA’s response brief to side with the Obama administration dismissing an earlier 5-4 ruling SCOTUS ruling that President Obama’s global warming regulations are illegal. Worse yet, he acted unilaterally, electing to reject … Continue reading SCOTUS ‘Court Rules’ Deny ‘Redress”

Spinning Racism in a Restaurant


Tyrone Williams and Chauntyll Allen entered a Joe’s Crab Shack restaurant in Roseville, Minnesota to have dinner in celebration of Allen’s birthday. In addition to its food, the seafood chain is known for the eclectic decor at its eateries. But when Williams and Allen sat down at their table, they noticed this old photo that … Continue reading Spinning Racism in a Restaurant

The Amplifying Local Efforts to Root out Terrorism Act of 2016


Secretive legislation ‘designed’ to help local law enforcement fight terrorism with the aid of the federal government has been introduced. H.R. 4401, the Amplifying Local Efforts to Root out Terrorism (ALERT) Act of 2016, allows “federal law enforcement to train and work closely with state and local law enforcement in using the most effective tactics … Continue reading The Amplifying Local Efforts to Root out Terrorism Act of 2016

FCC Democrats Caved to Obama on Net Neutrality


A case challenging ‘net neutrality’ is making its way through the courts, and it’s revealing some interesting information. For example documents show that while the Federal Communications Commission was creating the regulation -- it was working with the Obama administration, keeping it abreast with where it was in the process. As this continues, Senator and … Continue reading FCC Democrats Caved to Obama on Net Neutrality

Eighteen Years Later and We’ve Learned Nothing


Minnesotans elected pro-wrestler Jesse Ventura as their governor in 1998. Ventura ran on the Reform Party platform, promising to cut the size and scope of government, class sizes and he supported public debate on legalized prostitution. His governorship started out fine, but the economy took a downturn and the legislature turned its back on Ventura. … Continue reading Eighteen Years Later and We’ve Learned Nothing

Standing for the U.S. Constitution Means You’re a Domestic Terrorist


Domestic terror groups seem to pose a greater threat to the U.S. than Daesh (ISIS,) al Qaeda or the Taliban joined, according to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who was in Portland on Thursday, bragging about the arrest of 19 political prisoners by her Department of Justice (DOJ.) “The Department of Justice is committed to … Continue reading Standing for the U.S. Constitution Means You’re a Domestic Terrorist

‘Area 6’ — Nevada’s Other Secret Site


Built in 2002, the complex of buildings include a large hangar with clam-shell doors at the southern end of an asphalt strip. The complex has no official name and not many people even know it’s there.   Known locally as ‘Area 6.’ the site has only fences and visitor checkpoints and seen from the Mercury … Continue reading ‘Area 6’ — Nevada’s Other Secret Site

The Federal Land Grab in Texas Continues


The Bureau of Land Management is claiming that a number of Texas ranches don’t actually belong to the ranchers, but rather to the federal government. This is in despite of each rancher having a deed for their property and having paid property taxes on the land each year. The BLM’s claim -- the land shouldn't … Continue reading The Federal Land Grab in Texas Continues

Sheriff Stops FDA from Giving Dairy a Raw Deal


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) harassed a dairy farmer and made several warrantless searches of his property all because he produced raw milk. It started after the farmer provided the raw milk to an organic food co-op, where participants paid money into the co-op and, in return, received the raw milk.   Elkhart … Continue reading Sheriff Stops FDA from Giving Dairy a Raw Deal

Nevada AG Opposes New EPA Rules


Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has filed a brief endorsing a multi-state legal fight against President Obama's plan to curtail greenhouse gas emissions. The brief says only the states have the right to decide pollution emission standards. "We are repeatedly seeing more federal regulation that is less tied to the actual text of the laws … Continue reading Nevada AG Opposes New EPA Rules