Elderly Lady Assaulted Over Gay Marriage There’s more fall-out from the Indiana religious freedom debate. As the media, corporate chiefs, and gay activists continue their argument that religious opposition to same-sex marriage can only come from bigotry and hatred, stories like the following are all but inevitable. A gay man who for ten years carried out cleaning and other household duties verbally assaulted an elderly woman in the home of her son. The 76-year old woman’s son told this story exclusively to Breitbart News: For the past 10 years I have had the same person help clean my house. He’s… View Articleclick here for more
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DHS to Purchase 62 Million More Rounds of AR-15 Ammo Feds attempting to control the market, dry up supply? Purchase in addition to billions of bullets previously bought by feds The Department of Homeland Security is set to purchase over 62 million rounds of ammo typically used in AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, just weeks after the ATF was forced to back down on a ban on M855 bullets. A posting on FedBizOpps.gov this week reveals that the DHS is looking to contract with a company to provide 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington ammunition per year for a period of five… View Articleclick here for more
Marine unit conducts exercise at sports park Part of larger traning operation involving sites in California and Arizona U.S. Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit from Camp Pendleton conducted a non-combatant evacuation operation training exercise at Robert A. Sessions Memorial Sports Park reportedly at round 3:45 p.m. on Monday. Staff Sgt. Bobbie Curtis, media communications chief at Camp Pendleton, said the purpose of the exercise was to provide the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit the opportunity to conduct training in unfamiliar environments during the final phase of their pre-deployment program. During the certified exercise, the unit was required to conduct… View Articleclick here for more
Stephen Dinan Stephen Dinan can be reached at email@example.com. Feds releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant rapists, murderers: report The administration is deporting fewer criminal aliens than it did last year, according to new statistics released Tuesday that undercut President Obama’s justification for his new amnesty, which he said was intended to free agents to focus on the most dangerous of criminals by focusing on “felons not families.” Instead, both arrests and deportations of criminal aliens are down about 30 percent through the first six months of fiscal year 2015, signaling that agents, who have been told to stop focusing on… View Articleclick here for more
Rejection of mandatory minimum law for gun crimes confirms Supremes’ politicization You have to admire Beverley McLachlin’s sense of humour. In his crusade against the long-gun registry, Stephen Harper used to say “you don’t prevent gun crimes in our cities by cracking down on duck-hunters.” Now the Supreme Court of Canada has decided to strike down the government’s mandatory minimum sentencing legislation on gun crimes, on the grounds that it could side-swipe …. duck hunters. The chief justice and five of her fellow Supreme Court justices spiked the law as unconstitutional on the grounds it could envelop the responsible...
Rejection of mandatory minimum law for gun crimes confirms Supremes’ politicization You have to admire Beverley McLachlin’s sense of humour. In his crusade against the long-gun registry, Stephen Harper used to say “you don’t prevent gun crimes in our...click here for more
Alberta election polls show unexpected ‘left-right squeeze’ that threatens PC dynasty The polls are now too numerous and too consistent to ignore. Something is happening in Alberta — something that was never supposed to happen. A handful of public polls is showing a surge for the New Democratic and the Wildrose parties — a left-right split that is draining support from the long-ruling Progressive Conservatives. As NDP leader Rachel Notley boasts hundreds of supporters attending in rallies in Calgary and Edmonton, Wildrose is hitting its stride in rural Alberta. Both are campaigning against Premier Jim Prentice’s budget, which managed to… View Articleclick here for more
California Water Woes – NDP Illegal Expenditures California Water California’s drought is frightful and a challenge for an 800-word column, since the problem can be solved in five words: charge realistic prices for water. If homeowners paid two pennies a gallon instead of 0.5, they might take shorter showers and be more parsimonious with their lawns, but their lives wouldn’t change materially. If farmers found it remunerative to reduce by one gallon the 3.5 it takes to grow a lettuce, who doubts they’d make it work. Yet for all the agonizing of the TV news and Gov. Jerry Brown,...
California Water Woes – NDP Illegal Expenditures California Water California’s drought is frightful and a challenge for an 800-word column, since the problem can be solved in five words: charge realistic prices for water. If homeowners paid two pennies...click here for more
Biotech corporations conduct human experimentation in Maui in violation of international law A rogue federal judge is intentionally stalling the implementation of a referendum passed last year by voters in Maui County, Hawaii, which when it finally comes into effect will bar chemical giants Monsanto and Dow from further polluting the island with experimental pesticides and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Judge Susan Oki Mollway has taken it upon herself to interfere with the will of Maui voters by postponing a hearing that would have moved the referendum forward, her excuse being that two proposed legislative bills that were supposed to… View Articleclick here for more
French government begins shutting down websites with unpopular political views; Net Neutrality widens door to censorship in US In a precursor to what “Net neutrality” rules or national security “concerns” could eventually lead to in the United States, “democratic” France has just blocked a handful of web sites it has deemed favorable to terrorists and their organizations. As reported by Agence France Presse, the country’s leading newswire service, the French government in Paris blocked five web sites it accused of “condoning terrorism” in what is the first employment of new government powers that took effect in February, according to the… View Articleclick here for more