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St. Louis was rocked Monday by a third consecutive night of riots organized and carried out by Black Lives Matter after a white cop was acquitted Friday of first-degree murder in the death of a notorious black criminal.

At time of writing, ABC News was reporting that “more than 160 people have now been now arrested, as police have been aggressively arresting more people to curb property destruction and police assaults.


BELLEVUE, WA – Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation today filed an amicus brief supporting a request for the U.S. Supreme Court to review a civil case against a Florida sheriff’s office related to the slaying of an innocent man by a sheriff’s deputy who raided the man’s home, unannounced and without warrant or cause.

The case is Young v. Borders. It involves the death of Andrew Lee Scott. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the plaintiffs in this case, citing “qualified immunity” for the officers, which raises serious questions about the ability of police to shoot someone in his own home merely for answering a late-night pounding on his door, with a firearm at his side. According to a summary of the case, sheriff’s deputies did not have a warrant, or announce themselves, and did not suspect the home’s occupants of wrongdoing.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Full Story

Islamic terrorism—extrinsic or intrinsic?

Since September 11, 2001, there have been 31,722 Islamic terrorist attacks, mostly hitting Muslims. In August, 2017, there were 180 Islamic terrorist attacks in 32 countries, resulting in 1,014 murdered and 1,090 injured.

Christianity is on the verge of extinction in the Middle East. In the past century, over 50% of Middle East Christians emigrated or were killed. According to the May 13, 2015 US House Foreign Affairs Committee testimony, “Christianity could be eradicated from large swaths of the Middle East in the next five years…. In the last decade, the Christian community in Iraq has plummeted from 1.5 million to under 300,000, half of whom are displaced…. [In Muslim countries], there is also real persecution of [Muslim] Yazidis, Turkomen, Shia and Sunni….”

By Yoram Ettinger - Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Full Story

Black Lives Matter Targets Jefferson

The vandalization of a statute of University of Virginia founder Thomas Jefferson by students and Black Lives Matter rioters suggests the Left is escalating the ugly Cultural Revolution-style upheaval that President Obama encouraged in office.

This iconoclastic insurrectionism is spreading, as angry left-wing mobs topple statues of figures from the past they dislike. In Chicago, Bishop James Dukes of Liberation Christian Center is demanding that the names and statues of George Washington and Andrew Jackson be removed from parks. Others want Woodrow Wilson’s name excised from buildings and schools because he supported racial segregation. The list goes on and on.

The unbearable phoniness of Black Lives Matter

Like Holden Caulfield, I am always on the alert for phonies, and one of the biggest phonies to come out of the political/ideological realm these days is the so-called Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. According to, BLM is “a chapter-based national organization working for the validity of Black life… working to (re)build the Black liberation movement…(and) a call to action and a response to the virulent anti-Black racism that permeates our society.”

This is a movement whose three instigating — and supposed racist — incidents were all completely manufactured. Trayvon Martin, contrary to the pictures of a cute 12-year-old that were circulated, was a 17year-old, troubled and aggressive muscle-bound teen, trained in mixed martial arts, who initiated the fight that led to his death. Michael Brown was the huge thug who attacked a cop, and got shot. In the Eric Garner case, a morbidly obese offender vigorously resisted arrest and then died because his diseased body could not withstand the stress.

By BombThrowers -- Eli David- Monday, September 18, 2017 - Full Story

Walls work. Hungary proves it

Walls keep out people you don’t want. The preceding sentence is so obvious I feel silly writing it. And yet leftists and open-borders fanatics — many of whom are on the payroll of Hungarian exile George Soros — keep making the perfect the enemy of the good, whining that because 100 percent of illegal aliens can’t be kept out of the United States, building a wall on the southern border is a dumb, wasteful, even racist idea.

Under siege by illegals streaming across its frontiers, Hungary has had enough. That country’s courageous prime minister, Viktor Orban, insists that Hungary’s sovereignty be respected by all

St. Louis Protests Manifestation of Hegelian Dialectic

St. Louis, Missouri spent the evening in chaos.  Mob violence.  They called the gatherings a “protest,” but protests are normally peaceable assemblies, not looting, fighting, breaking windows and the setting of fires.

The reason for the upheaval was because a white police officer, Jason Stockley, was found not guilty of murdering a black suspect he had shot while serving on duty.  The suspect, Anthony Lamar Smith, way back in December 2011, was unwilling to comply with the commands of police as they approached him, used his vehicle to slam it into the police cruiser, fled in a high-speed chase that reached speeds of up to 87 miles per hour, appeared to be pulling out a firearm at the end of the chase, and was on parole for gun and drug charges, so the police officer, fearing for his life, fired upon the suspect in self-defense, killing him.

By Douglas V. Gibbs - Saturday, September 16, 2017 - Full Story

Antifa justify their use of violence

The radical left-wing stormtroopers who call themselves Antifa are “unapologetic about what they describe as the necessary use of violence to combat authoritarianism,” The Hill newspaper got around to noticing.

While both experts on the movement and activists within it emphasize that not everyone who participates in anti-fascist activism engages in violence, they say the use of force is intrinsic to their political philosophy.

The Charles Manson Cult Cult

A parole board in California has recommended parole for Manson cult killer Leslie Van Houten, 69, who participated in the murders of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in 1969. Now it is up to California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) to decide if he will accept or reject the parole board’s recommendation that Van Houten be freed.

In 1969, Van Houten and other cult members invaded the LaBianca home, forced Rosemary to listen to her husband’s murder, stabbed her to death, then used their victims’ blood to smear messages on the walls of the couple’s home. Van Houten held Rosemary LaBianca down as her husband was being killed. Then she stabbed the woman at least 14 times. (Graphic crime scene photos may be viewed here. Not for the faint-hearted.)

By BombThrowers --Tina Trent- Thursday, September 14, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – With an eye on next year’s mid-term election and important pending Capitol Hill legislation including National Reciprocity and the Hearing Protection Act, the 32nd annual Gun Rights Policy Conference is scheduled Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Dallas, Texas.

Co-hosted by the Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, this year’s event is being held at the Westin Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. It will bring together gun rights advocates and grassroots activists from all corners of the country, along with visitors from other nations where gun rights movements are in their infancy.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - Full Story

In the 16 years since 9/11, look how decisively the terrorists have lost

Most of us remember exactly where we were when the attack on this country happened on 9-11-2001. Most of us will also remember the fear and anger we felt when we realized that it was no accident.

We are still under attack by radical Islamic terrorists who want to kill all of us if we do not surrender to their sick ideology.

We will never surrender!

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, September 11, 2017 - Full Story

Portland police no longer maintain database of gang members because those labels feel kinda racist

Don’t worry, Portland. Your police are still taking gang activity very very very very seriously. They’re going to do everything they can to stop it. Well, everything, that, except one thing. They’re not going to actually maintain any information about who the gang members are. They’ll do everything else! But not that.

Why? I bet you can guess:

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, September 11, 2017 - Full Story

Can’t we talk? No, we can’t

There is a new film out by Pamela Geller, Can’t We Talk About This? Those were the last words spoken by Theo Van Gogh as he was being murdered at 9 in the morning on a main thoroughfare in Amsterdam. I urge you to watch and support this film.

Van Gogh was a good friend of Pam’s. He had just completed a short film with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, titled Submission. It describes the treatment of women under Islam. Mohammed Bouyeri, a Moroccan-Dutch Muslim, took offense at the film and shot Van Gogh as he was riding to work on his bike. Bouyeri then stabbed Van Gogh, cutting his neck in an attempt to behead him. He used a second knife to pin a note on Van Gogh’s body.

Trump Justice: ‘Dreamer’ wanted for murder nabbed by feds in NJ and extradited

“Judicial Watch applauds the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Obama administration amnesty program for 800,000 illegal aliens.  Judicial Watch already exposed how the Obama administration bypassed security background checks for DACA recipients, which placed the nation’s security and public safety at risk.  President Trump’s decision helps restore the rule of law and constitutional governance.  The Trump administration’s enforcement action on immigration shows the best immigration reform is to finally enforce the law.” - Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch

By Jim Kouri - Saturday, September 9, 2017 - Full Story

The Real Victim

Kenny Herring was very angry over a neighbor’s barbecue fire. It was early in the morning in St. Louis. Kristy Lynn Thompson, Kenny’s wife, handed him a large butcher knife.

And then Kenny tried to make mincemeat out of his neighbor.

When the cops came, the neighbor had stab wounds on his face and torso, and defensive wounds on his arms.

By Daniel Greenfield - Saturday, September 9, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – Gun owners in the southeast, Texas and other areas where the summer is producing flooding and record storms can benefit from some timely advice on gun maintenance and restoration from flooding, and how to handle submerged ammunition, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI) offers a very useful guide on the subject titled “Guidance on Firearms That Have Been Submerged or Exposed to Extensive Amounts of Water.” CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb advises anyone whose valuable firearms have been affected by flooding to get a copy.

By CCRKBA - Friday, September 8, 2017 - Full Story

Hiding in plain sight: New Hampshire mosque preaches terrorism

A concerned New Englander recently arranged for the assessment of the Islamic Society of New Hampshire’s (ISoNH) mosque in Manchester in that state. He had noticed a disproportionate number of military-age males visiting the mosque and heard from many local women who said they were frightened by the attitudes some of these men expressed toward them. The results of the man’s research were more frightening.

P. David Gaubatz, co-author of Muslim Mafia, was hired to assess this mosque. He is a former Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) federal agent who specialized in Islamic counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism. According to his book, he worked and lived in the Middle East for decades and was the first civilian federal agent in Iraq at the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom (March 2003). That year he led a 15-man team to extract family members of the Iraqi lawyer who helped save Army Private First Class Jessica Lynch. He has investigated over 280 mosques in the U.S. alone and uses a rating system developed by a former Islamist, Tafik Hamid.

Anyone enforcing Virgin Islands governor’s gun-grabbing order should be sued into poverty

Virgin Islands Gov. Kenneth Mapp issued a tyrannical order giving his territory’s National Guard broad authority to seize guns and ammunition in anticipation of the arrival of Category 5 Hurricane Irma.

The National Rifle Association is quite properly threatening a lawsuit to restore the civil rights of the people of the Virgin Islands. “People need the ability to protect themselves during times of natural disaster,” said Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA’S Institute for Legislative Action. “This dangerous order violates the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens and puts their lives at risk.”


Two leading anti-Trump resistance groups, Refuse Fascism and the Workers World Party, are siding with the gulag-filled Stalinist hermit state of North Korea that has threatened to incinerate the American homeland with nuclear weapons, evidence suggests.

Both of these extreme-left organizations have organized demonstrations against the Trump administration that have turned violent, including those around Inauguration Day. Both groups are also part of the violent “Antifa” coalition of leftist groups that portray themselves as anti-fascist but embrace fascistic tactics like beating up political adversaries to intimidate them into silence.

What Americans (and Canadians) Should Know About the Mexican Security Crisis

To say that the situation in Mexico is bad would be a gross understatement. Since the marine-lead capture of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman in Sinaloa back in 2016 and his subsequent extradition to the US in 2017, drug-related violence has skyrocketed in his native land.

Multiple cartels have risen up to take El Chapo’s place and the casualties have been insane. In the first two quarters of 2017 alone, more than 12,500 people have met their demise, either at the hands of the cartels or while caught in their cross-fire. That’s at least 2,000 dead on a monthly basis.

By Sam Bocetta - Wednesday, September 6, 2017 - Full Story