Tag Archive: 2nd amendment

on January 16, 2015 in World News

Washington State Rep: ‘We Will Not Comply’ with New Gun Control

Washington State Rep: ‘We Will Not Comply’ with New Gun Control On January 15, Second Amendment supporters gathered in Olympia, Washington, in a show of opposition to Bloomberg-funded I-594. State Representative Matt Shea (R-4th Dist.) said, “We will not comply.” I-594 outlaws private gun sales in the state by requiring “universal background checks.” Under the new law, it is not legal to even lend a gun to a friend without going through a background check, except in cases where the friend needs the gun because of an imminent threat against his or her life. According to SeattlePI.com, those gathered then… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

Mandatory Chickenpox Vaccination Increases Disease Rates, Study Shows

Mandatory Chickenpox Vaccination Increases Disease Rates, Study Shows Once again, the completely illogical debacle concerning the world of vaccinations has surfaced. By now, you know they’ve come under fire by those who are adamant that they do more harm than good. Countless people have developed irreversible health problems and even died shortly after receiving a vaccination, which the medical community chalks up to “coincidence” or cleverly crafted wording that a patient should have known about. Take, for example, the young Florida girl who made headlines last year when she received the flu vaccine. Marysue Grivna, now 10 years old, experienced… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

Russia to dispatch 12th humanitarian convoy to eastern Ukraine when ready

Russia to dispatch 12th humanitarian convoy to eastern Ukraine when ready Russia’s Emergencies Ministry will dispatch the 12th convoy with humanitarian aid to Donbas when the cargoes are ready for consigning, Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov said on Wednesday. The column of trucks will deliver foodstuffs and medicines to Donetsk and Luhansk, he said when answering a question from TASS. “With assistance from Russia’s regions, we’re putting together a consignment of foodstuffs and medicines for the residents of Donetsk and Luhansk regions,” Puchkov said. “The convoy will leave when ready.” With account of requests coming from the authorities of the two… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

What Freedom of Speech?

What Freedom of Speech? By Andrew P. January 15, 2015 “ICH” – The photos of 40 of the world’s government leaders marching arm-in-arm along a Paris boulevard on Sunday with the president of the United States not among them was a provocative image that has fomented much debate. The march was, of course, in direct response to the murderous attacks on workers at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo by a pair of brothers named Kouachi, and on shoppers at a Paris kosher supermarket by one of the brothers’ comrades. The debate has been about whether President Obama should have… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

CIA Admits to Congress the Agency Uses Mainstream Media to Distribute Disinfo

CIA Admits to Congress the Agency Uses Mainstream Media to Distribute Disinfo January 15, 2015 “ICH” – “TSM” – It has been verified by a source who claims she was there that then-CIA Director William Casey did in fact say the controversial and often-disputed line “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false,” reportedly in 1981. Despite Casey being under investigation by Congress for being involved in a major disinformation plot involving the overthrow of Libya’s Qaddafi in 1981, and despite Casey arguing on the record that the CIA should have a legal… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

CIA killed prisoners, made it look like suicide’ – Guantanamo guard

CIA killed prisoners, made it look like suicide’ – Guantanamo guard A former Guantanamo Bay prison guard and Marine explained in details what makes him believe three problematic detainees were killed at CIA black site in Guantanomo and their death was covered up as a triple suicide. Army Staff Sergeant Joseph Hickman was on duty at the notorious prison camp when the three men died, and insists the official version of events is “impossible,” he told Vice News. The three men were Salah Ahmed Al-Salami, 37, from Yemen, Mani Shaman Al-Utaybi, 30, from Saudi Arabia, and Yasser Talal Al-Zahrani, 22,… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

Obama Said to Seek 7% Budget Boost, Setting Up Fight With Congress

Obama Said to Seek 7% Budget Boost, Setting Up Fight With Congress President Barack Obama will ask Congress for as much as $68 billion more than current budget limits in fiscal 2016, according to two people familiar with the administration’s proposal. The request sets up a fight with the Republican-led House and Senate over whether to reverse part of the spending limits that the U.S. Congress and the White House agreed to in fiscal deals earlier this decade. The new spending would mean as much as $34 billion each for the national security and domestic sides of what will be… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

SC Representative Proposes High School Second Amendment Curriculum

SC Representative Proposes High School Second Amendment Curriculum South Carolina state Representative Alan Clemmons (R-107) is proposing the “Second Amendment Act of 2015,” an act which would create a three-week course on the Second Amendment for high school students and would designate December 15 as “Second Amendment Awareness Day.” WMBF News reported that Clemmons introduced the legislation as a way to “change the zero tolerance policy South Carolina schools have toward guns.” Clemmons said, “The Second Amendment should be freely debated in schools and instead the Second Amendment is being squelched in our schools.” He said if we continue down… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

Duke University Reverses Decision to Allow Broadcast of Muslim Call to Prayer

Duke University Reverses Decision to Allow Broadcast of Muslim Call to Prayer Duke University reversed it’s decision to allow the “adhan”–Muslim call to prayer to be broadcast across campus every Friday. Yesterday, the University was extremely supportive of the initiative and said that it would enhance the religious plurality on campus. Well, enough people weighed in on the decision and now the school has decided to not allow the weekly “adhan” to take place–effectively beginning tomorrow. Heavyweights in North Carolina such as Franklin Graham, son of well-known Evangelist Billy Graham, denounced Duke’s actions and played a significant role in the… View Article

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on January 15, 2015 in World News

Oxford University Press bans mention of pork and pigs in books to ‘avoid offending Muslims or Jews’

Oxford University Press bans mention of pork and pigs in books to ‘avoid offending Muslims or Jews’ One of the biggest education publishers in the world has warned its authors not to mention pigs or sausages in their books to avoid causing offence. Oxford University Press (OUP) said all books must take into consideration other cultures if they hope to sell copies in countries across the world. As a result, the academic publisher has issued guidance advising writers to avoid mentioning pigs or “anything else which could be perceived as pork” so as not to offend Muslim or Jewish people…. View Article

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