Marty the Magician performs magic shows for children. For his big finale he pulls a rabbit out of a hat. In 2005, a USDA inspector cornered him after a show. She asked to see his license. “License for?” the magician asked. “The rabbit,” was the reply. His adventure with USDA insanity had begun.
George Zimmerman demonstrated why he was watching out for his community as a neighborhood watch volunteer on the night that Trayvon Martin was shot. He cares about his community. Last Friday, he demonstrated it again.
Thanks to Depression-era laws that fixed prices for certain farm products (and at the time served to deny cheap crops to starving families), the government has been stealing almost half of all raisins produced in California with little or no compensation to the farmers.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the people and Constitution Wednesday when it vacated a permanent injunction barring the enforcement of Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act that allows for the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens.
Helicopters from the U.S. Army’s 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment shook Port Angeles, Wash., residents awake last week as they thundered above the city, flying low and shining bright lights on the ground during an early morning training exercise that “terrorized [the] city.”
The overhyped and superfluous George Zimmerman trial is winding down, and Florida’s law enforcers are growing antsy. That’s because they’re seeing in social media and hearing from the streets that if Zimmerman is acquitted in a trial that never should have been held to begin with, blacks will riot and kill whites.
When people get hungry, they get desperate. History shows that desperate people do desperate things. But not to worry in America; food stamps are keeping the people fat and happy. Almost one-third of America is on food assistance.
The Barack Obama regime opened a new front in his war on America yesterday when he unveiled his plans to skirt Congress and cut so-called carbon pollution from existing power plants. Obama says he’s going to regulate coal out of business.
As President Barack Obama and his warmongering neocon enablers stir civil wars and arm anti-government (al-Qaida and Islamist) fighters in previously stable Mideast and North African countries, they seem to also be surreptitiously working to desensitize the U.S. military in preparation for a war on Americans.
The old saw that when seconds count a cop is only minutes away has never been truer than now, as cash-strapped cities cut back their police presence. To combat crime, some neighborhoods have hired private firms to patrol their streets. In a county in Oregon, residents are arming themselves.