Man on Trial for Shotgun Shell Possession in DC Found Guilty of Possessing Inert ‘Bullets’ Instead On March 26th Mark Witaschek’s trial over his possession of a shotgun shell in his Washington, D.C., home took a turn, and he was found guilty of “attempted possession of unlawful ammunition” over 25 muzzleloader bullets which were also in his house – these are lead and copper bullets without primers. In other words, they are inert; one could hit them with a hammer or throw them into a fire and there would… View Articleclick here for more
Humans are NOT to blame for global warming, says Greenpeace co-founder, as he insists there is ‘no scientific proof’ climate change is manmade Patrick Moore has poured cold water on manmade global warming theories The Canadian said that a hotter earth would actually be better for humans He said that there’s ‘no actual proof’ of manmade global warming Moore was a member of campaign group Greenpeace for 15 years There is no scientific proof of man-made global warming and a hotter earth would be ‘beneficial for humans and the majority of other species’, according to a founding… View Articleclick here for more
Christian movie wows Hollywood at box office Willie Robertson, Kevin Sorbo star in film called ‘surprise hit’ BoxOfficeMojo.com, one of the Internet’s top eyes on Hollywood, declared “God’s Not Dead” is “shaping up to be a surprise box office hit.” “‘God’s Not Dead’ earned an incredible $8.56 million,” the site noted, which placed the film at No. 5 at the box office this past weekend. “That ranks seventh all-time among faith-based movies, and ranks first among those opening in fewer than 1,000 theaters. It’s a bit below ‘Courageous’ ($9.1 million), but… View Articleclick here for more
D.C. police chief grilled on shooting Stands by deadly use of force against unarmed mom Capitol Hill Police Chief Kim C. Dine told a congressional hearing Monday his department made the right call when officers gunned down an unarmed mother with her baby in tow. The killing of Miriam Carey Oct. 3 was the subject of questioning by the House Appropriations Committee – a shooting for which the department has still refused to release to the public a full report. Dine called the high-speed car chase that started at the White House and ended with the Capitol under lockdown...
D.C. police chief grilled on shooting Stands by deadly use of force against unarmed mom Capitol Hill Police Chief Kim C. Dine told a congressional hearing Monday his department made the right call when officers gunned down an unarmed...click here for more
Gallup Polling Warns of Democrat Wipeout in 2014 According to the Washington Post, President Obama has been hammering at Democratic fundraisers for the past few months that his party always gets “clobbered in midterm elections.” Although the midterm elections are usually regarded as a referendum on the sitting president’s performance, the Washington Post says that Obama is wrong to “BE AFRAID OF THE MIDTERMS!” But with the president’s approval ratings on key issues according to a new Gallup poll at or below the 2010 lows that resulted in a… View Articleclick here for more
Gun Range Owner to NJ Officials: You Can Pass Magazine Ban but ‘I Will Not Comply’ While testifying before New Jersey lawmakers against a proposed ban on magazines larger than 10 rounds, gun range owner Anthony P. Colandro said, “I will not comply.” Besides owning the Woodland Park Range in Woodland Park, NJ, Colandro owns a firearm training facility and is co-host of Gun For Hire radio. According to GunsSaveLives.net, Colandro said a ban on magazines larger than 10 rounds would impact law-abiding citizens–rather than criminals–because it would turn “one million law-abiding, tax-paying citizens into criminals” if signed into law. He then… View Articleclick here for more
Porn prof in hot water after going berserk Woman goes bonkers on teen girl A professor of feminist studies who specializes in teaching pornography, queer theory and black film is now facing criminal charges after going berserk at a California pro-life demonstration this month, stealing and destroying an anti-abortion sign and assaulting a teen girl who tried to retrieve it. Mireille Miller-Young, associate professor at UC, Santa Barbara Mireille Miller-Young, who teaches at the University of California, Santa Barbara, is charged with misdemeanor theft, battery and vandalism. The instructor came across the pro-life display sponsored by the Christian pro-life...
Porn prof in hot water after going berserk Woman goes bonkers on teen girl A professor of feminist studies who specializes in teaching pornography, queer theory and black film is now facing criminal charges after going berserk at a...click here for more
10-day bloodbath for ‘nonexistent’ Knockout Game Denial proves feeble defense against racially charged violence Just when the Knockout Game is declared dead, a week of heightened bloodshed proves reports of its demise to be greatly exaggerated. Five months after the New York Times said this spontaneous racial violence was an urban myth; four months after NPR admitted it happened once in a while but race had nothing to do with it; three months after CBS News said maybe it was happening after all; two months after a Philadelphia family court judge said racial violence exists because white people deserve it;… View Articleclick here for more
Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain with some used in ‘waste to energy’ plants The bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat hospitals, an investigation has found. Ten NHS trusts have admitted burning foetal remains alongside other rubbish while two others used the bodies in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants which generate power for heat. Last night the Department of Health issued… View Articleclick here for more
More than a third of Americans now realize FDA suppresses natural cures to benefit Big Pharma NaturalNews) Almost 50 percent of Americans believe in at least one medical conspiracy theory, says a new survey, but given the known deception of the medical establishment, government and Big Pharma, it is surprising that that percentage isn’t higher. As reported by Reuters, some theories have gained more traction than others. For instance, three times as many people believe that U.S. regulators have prevented people from obtaining natural cures as believe that a U.S. spy agency infected scores of African Americans with HIV…. View Articleclick here for more