• State Senate Passes Bombshell Law Promising to Disobey ALL Federal Gun Control Laws

    State Senate Passes Bombshell Law Promising to Disobey ALL Federal Gun Control Laws

    Missouri — As politicians and anti-gun rights activists continuously chant, “we don’t want to take your guns,” behind the scenes — in only a year — politicians have been working overtime to limit your right to bear arms. These laws are all a reaction to the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida last year and, like most politicians always do, they are not letting this tragedy go to waste. Luckily, however, states like Missouri are moving to protect their residents from laws like these by passing legislation to ban gun control laws. READ MORE...

  • Federal Judge Bans Healthy Children from School for Being Unvaccinated

    Federal Judge Bans Healthy Children from School for Being Unvaccinated

    Despite being entirely healthy, a federal judge handed down a decision this week that denied healthy children entry into school based on the sole factor of being unvaccinated. The judge cited an “unprecedented measles outbreak” for his decision to ban unvaccinated children from school.

    “The plaintiffs have not demonstrated that public interest weighs in favor of granting an injunction,” U.S. District Court Judge Vincent Briccetti said in federal court this week.

    After the judge’s ruling in the courtroom, parents of the children—who are now being treated as 21st century lepers—embraced each other in disappointment and shame. READ MORE...

  • Feds to Unseal Epstein Documents Revealing Scope of Billionaire’s International Child Sex Trafficking Ring

    Feds to Unseal Epstein Documents Revealing Scope of Billionaire’s International Child Sex Trafficking Ring

    On Monday, a Manhattan appeals court gave billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s former alleged partner in crime, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, until March 19 to establish good cause as to why documents detailing the scope and size of their international child sex trafficking operation should remain sealed. Failing to do so would mean these documents will be made public.

    “We’re grateful that the court ruled the summary judgment papers are open and they are moving to expedite having them unsealed,’’ said Sanford Bohrer, the attorney representing the Miami Herald. “This is very unusual for a court to do this.” READ MORE...

  • 5 Stories Media is Ignoring While Jussie Smollet’s Hoax Distracts Nation

    5 Stories Media is Ignoring While Jussie Smollet’s Hoax Distracts Nation

    Last month, Jussie Smollett, who plays Jamal Lyon on the Fox show Empire, said two people approached him at about 2 a.m. on a Tuesday as he was walking to get something to eat and got his attention by yelling racial and homophobic slurs—specifically “this is MAGA country.” He claimed these people then hit him, poured an unknown chemical substance on him and wrapped a rope around his neck before they fled.

    The nation was outraged, and rightfully so, that such a terrible crime inspired by hatred would take place on the streets of America. Presidential hopeful for 2020, Kamala Harris weighed in and compared the attack to a modern day lynching. READ MORE...

  • Revolutionary Bill Will Force Politicians to Wear Body Cameras to Stop Corruption

    Revolutionary Bill Will Force Politicians to Wear Body Cameras to Stop Corruption

    Rockford, IL — Transparency among US politicians is all but non-existent in modern day America. It seems that every piece of information the citizens wish to obtain from the state must come through begging the government in the form of a Freedom of Information Act request. Many times, these requests are denied and the citizens remain in the dark despite political crimes. However, a new bill out of Illinois is seeking to shift that paradigm of unaccountable lawmakers by forcing them to wear body cameras while conducting public business. READ MORE...

  • Measles Hysteria Peaks as More than 100 Bills in 30 States Seek to Restrict Vaccine Choice

    Measles Hysteria Peaks as More than 100 Bills in 30 States Seek to Restrict Vaccine Choice

    Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last month, you’ve likely seen the utter hysteria in the media over the measles outbreaks in the United States. If one were to unquestioningly buy into said hysteria you’d think a deadly epidemic is sweeping the nation and children are dropping dead en masse. But that’s simply not true and the reality is there is no epidemic and no one has died.

    Last month, after 36 cases of measles were confirmed in Washington state, the governor declared a state of emergency. This declaration set off a chain reaction of panic and media hype like we’ve never seen. Headlines like “For God’s Sake! Vaccinate Your Children!” and “Measles is on the rise. But telling anti-vaxxers they’re stupid won’t fix it” have run constantly since last month as the media and the government wage a war on those who advocate for vaccine safety and informed consent. READ MORE...

  • North Dakota State House Passes Major Rights-Supporting Bill—Outlawing DUI Checkpoints

    North Dakota State House Passes Major Rights-Supporting Bill—Outlawing DUI Checkpoints

    Sobriety checkpoints — also known as DUI checkpoints — are the most common roadblocks you might encounter in the ostensible land of the free. They function as a general purpose investigatory tactic where police can get a close look at passing motorists by detaining everyone they encounter—with no probable cause. Thanks to a bipartisan group of rights flexing state representatives in North Dakota, one state may soon buck the system.

    North Dakota House lawmakers have just passed a bill that will prohibit law enforcement from holding these unconstitutional checkpoints to catch drunk drivers. READ MORE...

  • Proposed Federal Law Will ‘Garnish Wages’ from Paychecks of Student Loan Holders

    Proposed Federal Law Will ‘Garnish Wages’ from Paychecks of Student Loan Holders

    As government subsidies continue to flow into colleges across the country, the price of tuition continues to skyrocket, with some rates shooting up nearly 400% since 2000. Over the same period, as the price of college went up, median income in the US went down. This created the perfect storm for what we are currently witnessing right now—a black hole of student loan debt.

    Basic economics teaches us that when the government subsidizes an industry, you get more of it. In fact, a study by the New York Federal Reserve found a direct correlation with an increase in government subsidies and an increase in college tuition. READ MORE...

  • Study: Concealed Carry Permit Holders Break Laws Far Less Than Cops

    Study: Concealed Carry Permit Holders Break Laws Far Less Than Cops

    Despite massive gun restrictions rolling out across the country, for the past two years, the number of concealed carry permit holders has continued to soar. A study conducted at the end of last year showed that the number of Americans licensed to carry a concealed weapon is now over 17 million—a whopping 273 percent increase since 2007.

    If we were to believe the rhetoric that more people carrying guns would lead to more crime, there would be a correlation showing an increase in crime among concealed carry holders. However, a study conducted by the Crime Prevention and Research Center, which examined these numbers, found the opposite. READ MORE...

  • Unprecedented Gun Confiscation Hits US as Thousands Of Guns Seized from Innocent Citizens

    Unprecedented Gun Confiscation Hits US as Thousands Of Guns Seized from Innocent Citizens

    As politicians and anti-gun rights activists continuously chant, “we don’t want to take your guns,” behind the scenes — in only the year — politicians have been working overtime to limit your right to bear arms. These laws are all a reaction to the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida and, like most politicians always do, they are not letting this tragedy go to waste.

    Since the tragic shooting in Florida last February, the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence has recorded a whopping 55 new gun control measures in 26 states—in just the first six months of the year. READ MORE...