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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Calif. Lady Moves to Red State, Suddenly Sends Unexpected Message to Lib Friends Back Home

By Benjamin Arie Flyover country. Bible belt. Middle America. Coastal elites in liberal cities have all sorts of terms for “red states,” but they all seem to convey one message: Conservative areas of the country are somehow backward and should be avoided. That’s the impression one California writer had about America’s heartland. Leah Singer never imagined that she would end up in Trump Country… but when she moved to Indiana not long ago, her entire perception changed. In an editorial piece published last weekend in the Indianapolis Star, the author sent a clear message to liberal friends back in...

By Benjamin Arie Flyover country. Bible belt. Middle America. Coastal elites in liberal cities have all sorts of terms for “red states,” but they all seem to convey one message: Conservative areas of the country are somehow backward and...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Icelandic Government Collapses After Plot To Pardon Pedophile Rapist Exposed

Source: Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org Iceland’s justice system has received praise in recent years for its successful prosecution of multiple bankers who helped bring on the 2008 financial crisis. Though some of those bankers have been released early from prison,the latest controversy in the country stems from an entirely different miscarriage of justice. Last week, it emerged that Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson knew of attempts by his father, Benedikt Sveinsson, to have the Ministry of Justice grant “restored honor” to a convicted child rapist. Benediktsson kept this secret as the rapist, a friend of his father’s was essentially exonerated. Restored honor is the controversial process by which convicted...

Source: Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org Iceland’s justice system has received praise in recent years for its successful prosecution of multiple bankers who helped bring on the 2008 financial crisis. Though some of those bankers have been released early from prison,the latest controversy in the country...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Britain First Leaders Charged with ‘Religiously Aggravated Harassment’

by Oliver JJ Lane The leaders of street campaign group Britain First have been charged with “religiously aggravated harassment”, after allegedly distributing leaflets in Kent. Leader Paul Golding, 35, and his deputy Jayda Fransen, 31, both former members of the racist British National Party, were arrested by Kent Police in May, and then re-arrested three months later. Kent Police said their investigation into the pair was related to leaflets distributed in Thanet and Canterbury, and videos posted during the gang rape trial at Canterbury Crown Court. We have charged two people with causing religiously aggravated harassment in the #Thanet and #Canterbury...

by Oliver JJ Lane The leaders of street campaign group Britain First have been charged with “religiously aggravated harassment”, after allegedly distributing leaflets in Kent. Leader Paul Golding, 35, and his deputy Jayda Fransen, 31, both former members of...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Journo: Anti-Looting Laws ‘Inseparable from White Supremacy’

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. A Twitter-certified journalist has attributed laws protecting private property to “white supremacy,” drawing a flood of criticisms and mockery. Sarah L. Jaffe, Nation Institute fellow and journalist whose work has appeared in Salon, the Week, the Washington Post, and the Atlantic, slammed the Miami Police Department for a Twitter ad warning against looting, since the looters featured in the accompanying photo happened to be predominantly black. Thinking about looting? Ask these guys how that turned out. #stayindoorspic.twitter.com/7m42B0KFr4 — Miami PD (@MiamiPD) September 11, 2017 good morning, the carceral state exists to protect private property...

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. A Twitter-certified journalist has attributed laws protecting private property to “white supremacy,” drawing a flood of criticisms and mockery. Sarah L. Jaffe, Nation Institute fellow and journalist whose work has appeared in Salon, the...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Tea Party Leader Jenny Beth Martin: Roy Moore Is a Strong, Principled Conservative Who Will Put Principles First in the Senate

by Dan Riehl Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam to discuss her group’s  endorsement of the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill and to comment on the Alabama Senate primary race pitting Judge Roy Moore against incumbent  Luther Strange (R-AL). Martin said of Moore, “Roy Moore is a man of conviction. He’s a very strong conservative. He’ll put his values and his principles first” if elected to the U.S. Senate. She went on to say Moore is “very well-versed” in the Constitution and will look out for the interest of the people of...

by Dan Riehl Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots, joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam to discuss her group’s  endorsement of the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill and to comment on the Alabama Senate primary race pitting...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Happy Birthday CIA: 7 Truly Terrible Things The Agency Has Done In 70 Years

By Carey Wedler On Monday, President Trump tweeted birthday wishes to the Air Force and the CIA. Both became official organizations 70 years ago on September 18, 1947, with the implementation of the National Security Act of 1947. After spending years as a wartime intelligence agency called the Office of Strategic Services, the agency was solidified as a key player in the federal government’s operations with then-President Harry Truman’s authorization. In the seventy years since, the CIA has committed a wide variety of misdeeds, crimes, coups, and violence. Here are seven of the worst programs they’ve carried out (that are known to the...

By Carey Wedler On Monday, President Trump tweeted birthday wishes to the Air Force and the CIA. Both became official organizations 70 years ago on September 18, 1947, with the implementation of the National Security Act of 1947. After spending years as a...

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on September 18, 2017 in Featured World News

‘One powerful president for WHOLE of EU’ Fury at Juncker plot to merge major roles

EUROPEAN Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has sparked anger by unveiling plans to merge the Commission and Council leaders creating “one powerful president”. By CHLOE KERR The shock idea was part of Mr Juncker’s pitch for the future of Europe in his State of the European Union speech this morning.Mr Juncker told the European Parliament in Strasbourg: “Europe would function better if we were to merge the presidents of the European Commission and the European Council.“Europe would be easier to understand if one captain was steering the ship.”His proposal would mean consolidating the leadership of the EU Commission, the bloc’s...

EUROPEAN Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has sparked anger by unveiling plans to merge the Commission and Council leaders creating “one powerful president”. By CHLOE KERR The shock idea was part of Mr Juncker’s pitch for the future of Europe...

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on September 18, 2017 in Featured World News

Newly Released Emails Show Hillary Invited Putin To Clinton Foundation Event

By Ryan Saavedra Hillary Clinton likes to talk a tough game about Russian President Vladimir Putin — but that didn’t stop her from inviting him and other top Russian officials to a Clinton Foundation gala right after she became Secretary of State. Clinton Foundation director of foreign policy Amitabh Desai sent dozens of invitations to world leaders including then-Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, and Former President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev, emails recently obtained by Judicial Watch revealed. On March 13, 2009, Desai emailed the list of invitations to Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Shapiro,...

By Ryan Saavedra Hillary Clinton likes to talk a tough game about Russian President Vladimir Putin — but that didn’t stop her from inviting him and other top Russian officials to a Clinton Foundation gala right after she became Secretary...

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on September 18, 2017 in Featured World News

Black Trump Supporter Rejects ‘White Guilt’ On CNN

By Robert Kraychik   “When it comes to ‘No White Guilt,’ I agree with that,” said Diante Johnson, a supporter of President Donald Trump, to CNN’s Ryan Nobles on Saturday. Nobles sought to frame Saturday’s “Mother of All Rallies” event — a political rally supporting Trump — in Washington, D.C. as somehow hostile to “people of diverse perspectives.” Partial transcript below: NOBLES: There are clearly a lot of prominent African-American leaders that feel differently than you do about the president. What do they have wrong about their perception of Donald Trump? JOHNSON: They don’t have the research. They haven’t...

By Robert Kraychik   “When it comes to ‘No White Guilt,’ I agree with that,” said Diante Johnson, a supporter of President Donald Trump, to CNN’s Ryan Nobles on Saturday. Nobles sought to frame Saturday’s “Mother of All Rallies”...

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on September 18, 2017 in Featured World News

Protesters Just Found Out What Happens When You Throw Stuff at St. Louis Cops

By Benjamin Arie Assaulting police officers is a pretty bad idea. It’s an especially poor decision when they’re decked out in riot gear, and are not in the mood to have rocks and bricks thrown at them. Protesters in St. Louis just found that out the hard way, as the unrest following officer Jason Stockley’s “not guilty” verdict spread through the Missouri city on Friday. According to KTVI News, numerous violent protesters found themselves with faces full of pepper spray, while others ended up in handcuffs. “Hundreds of protesters are marching through city streets,” KTVI reported. “A smaller group...

By Benjamin Arie Assaulting police officers is a pretty bad idea. It’s an especially poor decision when they’re decked out in riot gear, and are not in the mood to have rocks and bricks thrown at them. Protesters in...

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