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Report: As usual, it looks like the FBI was warned about Florida school shooter

Report: As usual, it looks like the FBI was warned about Florida school shooter
You don’t “need” a gun. You don’t “need” the 2nd Amendment. Firearm ownership, and the document that protects that right, are outdated and in need of a revamp.  Here in the future, you should give up your rights - because the authorities will protect you.

That’s the gun control argument that’s been made by leftists for decades.  Long before mass shootings were a horrific, regular occurence, they were telling you that you had no need to defend yourself, your family, or your property. Some version of Uncle Sam would always be there to take care of you.

By Robert Laurie - Thursday, February 15, 2018 - Full Story

Latest on Florida High School Shooting

The FBI Was Warned About A School Shooting Threat From A YouTube User Named Nikolas Cruz In September

In September, a YouTube user named Nikolas Cruz left a comment on a video stating, “I’m going to be a professional school shooter.” The video’s creator alerted both the FBI and YouTube.

Last fall, a Mississippi bail bondsman and frequent YouTube vlogger noticed an alarming comment left on one of his videos. “I’m going to be a professional school shooter,” said a user named Nikolas Cruz.

The YouTuber, 36-year-old Ben Bennight, alerted the FBI, emailing a screenshot of the comment to the bureau’s tips account as well as calling the Mississippi FBI field office. He also flagged the comment to YouTube, which removed it from the video.—More…

A suspected gunman has been arrested after opening fire on a Florida high school, leaving as many as seven dead and up to 50 injured.

The ‘heavily armed’ shooter, named by police sources to as student Nicolas Cruz, 19, entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, armed with what appears to be an assault rifle, and began shooting at just after 2pm.—More….

By News on the Net - Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - Full Story

Vehicular attack at gates of NSA headquarters ends exactly how you’d expect

Breaking: Vehicular attack at gates of NSA headquarters ends exactly how you'd expect
Surrounding roads are closed, helicopters are up, and the President has been briefed after a black SUV apparently tried to ram the gates of the NSA’s Fort Meade, Maryland headquarters. This is the second such attack in three years and, just like the last one, it’s ended in a hail of bullets.  No one’s talking about perpetrators or motives yet, but they are confirming there have been three injuries - including the driver of the attacking vehicle.

The FBI is currently on the scene launching an investigation.

CBS News has been covering the situation via their Twitter feed:

By Robert Laurie - Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - Full Story

Letter filled with unidentified white powder sent to Trump Jr.—opened by wife—3 in hospital

Details on this story are still coming in, but here’s the breakdown of what we know.  This morning, a letter containing an unknown powder was delivered to Donald Trump Jr’s apartment and was opened by his wife. She and two other people are in the hospital undergoing decontamination procedures and observation.


By Robert Laurie - Monday, February 12, 2018 - Full Story

Man with concealed pistol saves cop in yet another case of that thing liberals say ‘never happens’

Man with concealed pistol saves cop in yet another case of that thing liberals say 'never happens'
If you’ve paid any attention to the gun control debate, you know the argument.  Conservatives say the 2nd Amendment guarantees your right to bear arms so that you can defend yourself, your property, your family and other innocents against attacks from criminals or your own government. Democrats look at them like they’re idiots and say something along the lines of “well, then why aren’t there any examples of ‘good guys with guns’ stopping crimes?”

The conservative then points out that there are thousands of examples, and the Democrat changes the subject or moves the goal posts.  In an apparent post-60’s about face, they argue that only their former boogeymen - police officers and military members - should have firearms.

By Robert Laurie - Monday, February 5, 2018 - Full Story

Judge: There’s ‘no way’ the court will punish the father who charged at Larry Nassar

Judge: There's 'no way' the court will punish the father who charged at Larry Nassar
Last week, Dan shared the story of Randall Margraves.  He’s the father of three daughters - all of whom were abused by Olympic gymnastics doctor, and disgusting subhuman pedophile, Larry Nassar.  Margraves asked for a few minutes alone with the creature who assaulted his children and, when that was denied, he charged.

On the very off chance you missed it, here’s the clip:

By Robert Laurie - Monday, February 5, 2018 - Full Story

The Kidnappings Americans Won’t Do

The Kidnappings Americans Won't Do
We all know that there are jobs that Americans won’t do. That’s what the politicians who don’t want Americans doing them tell us. If an industry is dominated by immigrants or illegal aliens, they say that it’s because Americans won’t do these jobs.

But when immigrants and aliens dominate certain types of crime, is it because there are some crimes that Americans won’t commit?

Like kidnapping?

By Daniel Greenfield - Sunday, February 4, 2018 - Full Story

“This Is Your FBI”

This Is Your FBI

(Given the current news it seems like a good time to review a prescient column I penned several months ago that seems even more timely as we await release of the US senate intelligence committee memo covering the Trump dossier.

And how ironic that fired former FBI chief Comey is teaching a course in ethics at William and Mary. Ya gotta be kidding me!

I borrowed the title for this essay from a very popular weekly radio show (over 400 episodes) of the exact same name, broadcast during some of my growing up years 1945-1953. Before television became the focus of our attention we listened to radio, usually as a family gathered around the one piece of furniture providing our in-home entertainment. The show cited above was a favorite because it was exciting and reinforced our teachings from other sources (parents, schools, churches, the friendly constable on the beat) about distinguishing right from wrong. We came to accept the FBI as the world’s leading crime-fighting organization. We applauded its existence and personnel, were assured it could do no wrong, and even wondered how we could join up. A seemingly impossible dream.

By Bob Christie - Sunday, January 28, 2018 - Full Story

SAF, Colorado Group File Amicus Brief In Magazine Ban Appeal

SAF, Colorado Group File Amicus Brief In Magazine Ban Appeal
BELLEVUE, WA - The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), joined by the Millennial Policy Center (MPC), has filed an amicus brief in the challenge of Colorado’s ban on so-called “large capacity magazines,” using history, nineteenth century tradition and the Colorado State Constitution to support the challenge.

The brief was submitted to the Colorado Court of Appeals by attorney Joseph Greenlee of Denver.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - Full Story

The Syrian Refugee Imam Who Wants Jews Dead

The Syrian Refugee Imam Who Wants Jews Dead
Last winter, the local media was touting Imam Abdullah Khadra as a victim of President Trump’s travel ban. Khadra, a Syrian, was here on a religious worker visa and was applying for political asylum.

The refugee Imam living in North Carolina called Trump’s move, “absolutely inhumane and ridiculous.”

Jewish leftists agreed. Lucy Dinner, the clergywoman from Temple Beth Or in Raleigh, denounced “singling out an entire group of people based on their faith.” Lucy Dinner had previously signed a letter in support of anti-Israel activism by Eric and Jennifer Solomon. Eric Solomon was affiliated with the anti-Israel hate group, T’ruah, and Jenny Solomon ran controversial educational programs at the NC Hillel.

By Daniel Greenfield - Friday, January 19, 2018 - Full Story

Prison Chaplains Given Accommodation for OC Spray

Prison Chaplains Given Accommodation for OC Spray
BENNETTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA—The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has now granted religious accommodation to prison chaplains at various federal correctional institutions who were being punished for not carrying oleoresin capsicum (OC) spray as a potential weapon against inmates to whom they are tasked to minister and counsel.

The religious accommodation was granted and previous punitive measures were revoked as a result of Liberty Counsel’s letter advising the BOP that the Eric Williams Correctional Officer Protection Act of 2015 does not require chaplains to carry OC spray. Liberty Counsel also referenced Attorney General Sessions’ recent memo on religious liberty in the federal workplace.

By Liberty Counsel - Friday, January 12, 2018 - Full Story

SCOTUS Review Sought in Challenge of Alameda County Gun Store Ban


BELLEVUE, WA – Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation and its partners in a challenge of an Alameda County, California zoning ordinance that effectively bans gun stores have filed a writ of certiorari seeking review by the Supreme Court of the United States.

The lawsuit was against an Alameda County ordinance that prohibits gun stores from being located within 500 feet of a residential zone. Plaintiffs won before a three-judge panel of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, but that was reversed following an en banc hearing before the full appeals court. Now the case is being appealed to the high court.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - Full Story

How to Stop the Shooting from the Gaza Strip

How to Stop the Shooting from the Gaza Strip
Conditions in the Gaza Strip today resemble those that prevailed before previous rounds of hostilities, above all Operation Protective Edge, and it thus appears that the road to a further round of fighting in Gaza – after over three years of relative quiet – is growing shorter. For over a month, there has been steady rocket and mortar fire from the Gaza Strip toward Israel. Israel’s response strategy currently appears ineffective, and Hamas too finds it hard to stop the shooting. If Israel wishes to avoid escalation, it must find ways to take immediate, forceful action to reduce the humanitarian and economic pressures on the Gaza Strip, without being perceived as relaxing its attitude toward terror, and while strengthening its deterrent power toward Hamas. It is also recommended that Israel enlist Egypt and give it a toolbox that includes significant infrastructure-related and economic rewards, designed to tempt Hamas to make a genuine effort to keep the area calm.

By INSS -- Udi Dekel- Tuesday, January 9, 2018 - Full Story

No foreign aid to Palestinians—a US interest!

No foreign aid to Palestinians--a US interest!
President Trump should cut/suspend/terminate foreign aid to the Palestinian Authority and UNRWA, since they have undermined US values and national security interests, by abusing US foreign aid to promote hate-education and terrorism.

President Trump should follow in the footsteps of effective and moral law-enforcement and homeland security authorities, who sustain and intensify their pursuit of criminals and terrorists, in defiance of the latter’s threats to escalate rogue operations. Western national leaders and police chiefs who succumb to—rather than defy and uproot - threats by rogue and criminal elements betray their constituents.

By Yoram Ettinger - Sunday, January 7, 2018 - Full Story

Report on Suicide Attacks in 2017: Fewer Attacks, More Women Bombers

Report on Suicide Attacks in 2017: Fewer Attacks, More Women Bombers
Suicide attacks remain one of the most effective tools available to terrorist organizations to achieve their objectives. Suicide attacks are for the most part particularly lethal and create a profound feeling of helplessness among the affected public, given that there presumably is no way to deter a person who is prepared to kill him or herself in order to harm his/her enemies. Therefore, suicide attacks help the organizations and groups that deploy the suicide bombers build an image of power that is far greater than their actual power.

Every year the Terrorism and Low Intensity Conflict research program at the Institute of National Securities Studies (INSS) compiles data on the suicide attacks that were carried out during the calendar year and the emerging trends related to this phenomenon. In recent years, it has become increasingly difficult to monitor the data, particularly in areas of intense activity such as Iraq and Syria, where the Islamic State used suicide bombers in the ongoing fighting. For example, Islamic State spokesmen published data in their propaganda that quote a very high number of suicide bombers. For example, the official Islamic State’s media outlets proclaimed it was responsible for 771 suicide attacks in 2017 in Syria and Iraq alone. However, these figures were not verified by external sources, and therefore were not included in the summary that follows. Attacks counted here were verified by at least two different independent sources, and a coordinated suicide attack on multiple adjacent targets is counted as a single attack.

By INSS -- Aviad Mendelboim, Yoram Schweitzer- Sunday, January 7, 2018 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation and its partners in a challenge to the California Department of Justice regulations on so-called “assault weapons” have filed an amended complaint in the case, and are also seeking an injunction against the new regulations.

The case is known as Holt v. Becerra. It was filed in Superior Court in Riverside County.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Thursday, January 4, 2018 - Full Story

Europe’s Tolerance for Terrorists

Europe's Tolerance for Terrorists
Saleh Ali was one of 64,000 Syrian refugees living in the Netherlands. The vast majority, like Ali, are young men. And the largest number of these migrants spend their days idling in Amsterdam.

On Thursday morning, Saleh Ali took a walk to trendy Amstelveenseweg while wearing a keffiyah and waving a terrorist PLO flag. He stopped in front of a Jewish restaurant, shouted “Allahu Akbar” and began smashing the windows. The Amsterdam police stood by and watched quizzically until he was done. Then when he entered the restaurant, they finally called him out and arrested him.

And in two days he was back on the street.

By Daniel Greenfield - Saturday, December 30, 2017 - Full Story

A History of Violence

A History of Violence
Having gone through the statistical data from various websites that keep close track of numbers like, and Wikipedia, the stats show a grim picture of the war on terror of which few people are reporting or aware.

Since 9/11 till December 28, 2017, there have been 34,583 Islamic attacks around the world. 224,168 people have been killed and 303,724 people injured. The attacks have occurred in 61 countries.

By Ray DiLorenzo - Saturday, December 30, 2017 - Full Story



Terrorists strike as Egyptian churches brace for violence. Many spared as bomb fails to go off. Release calls for prayer for Egypt’s Christians

The death toll in an attempted suicide bomb attack on a church in Egypt [today, Friday] has now reached nine, according to Egyptian sources. Many more worshippers could have been killed in the attack on Saint Menas Church, south of Cairo, had the suicide bomber succeeded in detonating his explosive vest.

By News on the Net - Friday, December 29, 2017 - Full Story

Anti-Government Protests in Iran

There are widespread anti-government protests in Iran today, spreading after they began in a few cities yesterday. Protesters in the demonstrations are complaining about the state of the economy including rising prices, and also are asking that the government spend more on the people of Iran and less on foreign military entanglements. We have LIVE BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE of the Iran protests.

By Right Side Broadcasting - Friday, December 29, 2017 - Full Story