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Acid Attacks, Witchcraft and Britain’s Diversity

Acid Attacks, Witchcraft and Britain's Diversity
2017 was a banner year for acid attacks in Britain.

465 of them occurred in London. Most of the acid attacks are taking place in East London. The borough of Newham tops the acid attacks chart with 85 last year. What’s so special about Newham?

By Daniel Greenfield - Monday, September 3, 2018 - Full Story

Media, which loves anthem-kneelers, goes after J.D. Martinez for pro-gun Instagram post from 2013

The mainstream media is garbage. Let’s just start with that. I feel that way every day but today’s sentiment is stronger than most.

The mainstream media is garbage
Going after an awesome person like J.D. Martinez is despicable for any reason, but when you throw in the news media’s patented dishonesty and hostility toward anyone who exercises the rights they demand for themselves, it becomes way too much to take.

By Dan Calabrese - Wednesday, August 29, 2018 - Full Story

In New Mexico, Terrorists Sign Themselves Out Of Pretrial Detention

In New Mexico, Terrorists Sign Themselves Out Of Pretrial Detention
A potentially catastrophic soft-on-crime reform enacted in New Mexico and now threatening to spread to other states has outraged national security advocates by allowing the alleged leaders of a Muslim terrorist training compound to be granted bail by a Democrat judge.


Oh yes: Betsy DeVos ponders letting local school districts use federal funds…to buy guns

Oh yes: Betsy DeVos ponders letting local school districts use federal funds…to buy guns
I almost don’t even care if she’s really serious, or if it’s even a good idea.

The inevitable left-wing/media meltdown is going to be too good to miss, especially since it’s based on one of the dopiest, yet widely embraced, notions out there: Guns in proximity to kids = bad.

By Dan Calabrese - Thursday, August 23, 2018 - Full Story

Has Israel advanced US interests?

Has Israel advanced US interests
General Omar Bradley, the first Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs-of-Staff, said in July, 1950, in the aftermath of Israel’s War of Independence: “The Israeli army would be the most effective force south of Turkey, which could be utilized for delaying action [extending the strategic hand of the USA]….” General Bradley’s assessment was rejected by the State Department and the Pentagon, which opposed the 1948 establishment of the Jewish State, contending that it would be decimated by the Arabs, a burden upon the US and probably an ally of the USSR.

By Yoram Ettinger - Thursday, August 23, 2018 - Full Story

An Open Letter to Admiral William McRaven

An Open Letter to Admiral William McRaven
Dear Admiral McRaven:

Your recent OPED, which was picked up by every liberal media outlet in the country, was sadly indicative of the current state of mind of many of our nation’s recently retired and active duty senior military leaders.

By Guest Column -- Ray Starmann- Wednesday, August 22, 2018 - Full Story

SAF Applauds Thurston County Court Judge for Striking Down Initiative

SAF Applauds Thurston County Court Judge for Striking Down Initiative
BELLEVUE, WA – A Thurston County Superior Court judge this morning disqualified a Washington State gun control initiative because it was improperly presented to voters by not following guidelines set down in state election law.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Saturday, August 18, 2018 - Full Story

Our National Security is Being Compromised

Port of Wilmington, Gulftainer
Nearly two years after the election of Donald Trump as president, America is still suffering the consequences of the deterioration of our national security under former President Barack Obama.  In a 10 August, 2018 article by Mary Fanning and Alan Jones, they have provided information on Obama’s billionaire Iraqi patron Nadhmi Shakir Auchi, who is now 80 and lives in London. 

By James A. Lyons, Jr. Admiral, USN (ret) - Tuesday, August 14, 2018 - Full Story

Wettlaufer on How to Prevent Wettlaufer

Wettlaufer on How to Prevent Wettlaufer
What changes could be made that might prevent a nurse from killing people under her care?

Serial killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer, the Ontario nurse who murdered James Silcox, Maurice Granat, Gladys Millard, Helen Matheson, Helen Young, Mary Zurawinski, and Maureen Pickering, and attempted to kill four others, has some thoughts on the subject.

By Lloyd Billingsley - Tuesday, August 14, 2018 - Full Story

Latest on Westminster Terror Attack


Dramatic CCTV of rush-hour Westminster terror attack shows car ‘intentionally mowing down at least 10 cyclists at 50mph’

By News on the Net - Tuesday, August 14, 2018 - Full Story

ANTIFA, THE REAL FASCISTS

ANTIFA, THE REAL FASCISTS
Foul-mouthed Antifa demonstrators went on a rampage August 6 as they assaulted two high-profile conservative activists at a downtown Philadelphia restaurant for being conservatives and supporters of President Trump.


NYC cab driver is charged in road rage brawl



By Daily Mail - Saturday, August 11, 2018 - Full Story

Canadian police: 2 of 4 dead in shooting are officers

Canadian police: 2 of 4 dead in shooting are officers

By News on the Net - Friday, August 10, 2018 - Full Story

Deported illegal tries to sneak back in to molest kids in a church; Detroit police, border patrol na

Yemaneh Gebremedhin, 53, an immigrant from Eritrea,
Do you think it would be OK with the left and the media if we kick people like this guy out of the country?

By Dan Calabrese - Thursday, August 9, 2018 - Full Story

SAF, NRA Sue City of Edmonds over Wash. State Preemptive Violation

SAF, NRA Sue City of Edmonds over Wash. State Preemptive Violation
BELLEVUE, WA – Another Washington state city is now being sued by the Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifled Association for violating the state’s 35-year-old preemption statute by adopting a local gun control ordinance. They filed a similar lawsuit against the City of Seattle last month.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Wednesday, August 8, 2018 - Full Story

Death to the Rule of Law

Death to the Rule of Law
Once upon a time, boys and girls, there was a country, unique in the world and in history, where the people were not subjects of the whims and delusional rule of tyrannical kings and other potentates, but lived free under the Rule of Law, laid out in a constitution written by the People themselves. It clearly enumerated the powers they granted to the government, not the other way ‘round. It also listed rights granted to them by God, not by government, and thus, “unalienable”.

By Michael Oberndorf, RPA - Monday, August 6, 2018 - Full Story

Watch: Antifa Smash Windows of US Marine Corps Recruiting Office in Berkeley

Antifa terrorist smashes windows with a hammer; photo via Ford Fischer

On Sunday, police arrested several far left activists at Berkeley after violence erupted while two opposing rallies were taking place.

By News on the Net - Monday, August 6, 2018 - Full Story

Dodging a Terrorist Attack: More on the Carfentanil Connection

Caveat on the Carfentanil Connection
The article “Did we just dodge 9/11 2.0?” responded to revelations appearing in a July 27, 2018 CBC News report. Below is the sentence from that report describing the haul taken from the Danforth shooter’s brother’s home:

“Durham Region Police later obtained a search warrant and found 33 firearms, ammunition and more than 40 kilograms of the potentially lethal drug carfentanil.”

By William Kay - Thursday, August 2, 2018 - Full Story

Was The Danforth Shooter a Member of a Toronto-based Radical Islamic Terrorist Cell?

Was The Danforth Shooter a Member of a Toronto-based Radical Islamic Terrorist Cell?
There is clear evidence that Muslim Faisal Hussain, ( aged 29) who shot fifteen people on the Danforth, killing two innocent girls, Juliana Kozis (age 10) and Reese Fallon (age 18), and injured thirteen other innocent people, was neither seriously mentally ill, nor that he had acted alone.  (Also see Saturday’s 1st off-the-mark breaking story by William Kay, ‘Did We Just Dodge 9/11 2.0’?)

By Mitch Wolfe - Wednesday, August 1, 2018 - Full Story

SAF, Defense Distributed Sue New Jersey A.G., Los Angeles City Atty.

SAF, Defense Distributed Sue New Jersey A.G., Los Angeles City Atty
BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation and Defense Distributed took the necessary action of filing a federal lawsuit on Sunday against the New Jersey Attorney General and Los Angeles City Attorney, accusing them of “unconstitutional prior restraint” by attempting to prevent online sharing of 3-D firearms printing technology despite a Justice Department settlement of a lawsuit several days ago.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Monday, July 30, 2018 - Full Story