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STUNNING VIDEO: A cop is shot at close range, Media, Black Lives Matter helped make it happen

STUNNING VIDEO: A cop is shot at close range, Media, Black Lives Matter helped make it happen
The video you’re about to see is more than a year old, but we’re showing it to you today because it was featured last night on the premier episode of A&E’s new series PDCam, hosted by Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin of the Tulsa Police Department’s gang unit. It is part of the quickly expanding franchise based on the absolute best thing on television right now, which is the Friday/Saturday night blowtorch known as Live PD.

While Live PD shows the events that occur during live ridealongs with various departments each Friday and Saturday night, PDCam shows the often-harrowing video that’s produced by dashcams, bodycams and, in this case, a glasses-cam worn by an officer.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, July 20, 2018

The Arabian Nightmare of the West

The Arabian Nightmare of the West
In 1983, Robert Irwin wrote a fantasy novel titled ‘The Arabian Nightmare’ about a young Englishman who was dragged into a whirlwind of sinister events in Cairo. The Arabian nightmare he learned was like a disease or a curse. It was terrible and obscene, monotonous, but yet fearful. It brought countless sufferings without the realization of such…

The Arabian nightmare has come to the West. It has come invisibly and struck it like an evil curse. It subdued Western people gradually - through arsons, sexual violence, “Salafi” vice squad and Muslim parties, under the slogans of tolerance and multiculturalism.

By Alexander Maistrovoy - Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Heroin deaths surpass gun homicides for first time: Why would we legalize drugs while banning guns?

Heroin deaths surpass gun homicides for first time: Why would we legalize drugs while banning guns?
I would like to ask a question.

According to the gun-grabbers on the American left, it’s a foregone conclusion that if something is associated with a lot of problems, you need to “control” that something, by which they mean to severely restrict it or preferably ban it. Well, sort of. This applies when the thing that’s associated with problems is something the left already doesn’t like, and the left does not like guns.

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, July 16, 2018

Unmasking Antifa Using the Rule of Law

Unmasking Antifa Using the Rule of Law
A new bill called the “Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018” seeks enhanced penalties against rioters and others who use clothing to conceal their identities while committing certain crimes.

One of the reasons federal prosecutors were unable to secure convictions against all but a handful of the accused #DisruptJ20 rioters is because positive identification has been impossible in many cases.

By Matthew Vadum - Saturday, July 14, 2018

SAF SUES CALIFORNIA DOJ OVER FAILURE OF ONLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM

BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation today filed suit against the California Department of Justice and Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seeking an injunction against the agency for failing and refusing to establish a properly functioning Internet-based firearms registration system.

Joining SAF in this legal action are the Calguns Foundation, Firearms Policy Coalition, Firearms Policy Foundation and three private citizens. The lawsuit was filed in Shasta County Superior Court.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Friday, July 13, 2018

Teen says he was attacked for wearing ‘Make American Great Again’ hat



SAN ANTONIO — Police are investigating after a teen says he was verbally attacked and assaulted at a Whataburger for wearing a Make America Great Again hat.

In the video, you can see a man throw a drink in 16-year-old Hunter Richard’s face before leaving the restaurant with his hat. Hunter said some of his hair was pulled during the assault.—More….

By News on the Net - Thursday, July 5, 2018

The Iranian Spy Who Created Two Terror States in Israel

The Iranian Spy Who Created Two Terror States in Israel
When the Oslo deal that would create two Islamic terror states inside Israel came up for a vote in the Knesset, the legislator whose vote helped it pass is the same man now accused of spying for Iran.

The strange story of Gonen Segev, doctor, Minister of Energy, drug smuggler, Nigerian exile and now accused Iranian spy, is also that of the dirty politics behind the peace process. It wasn’t idealism that made the deal with the PLO. It was dirty backroom deals with dangerously unprincipled politicians.

Segev’s cousin had testified in court that he was “a pathological liar who makes excuses and evades responsibilities for his actions.” But the same is true of the Israeli left which brought Segev on board.

By Daniel Greenfield - Wednesday, July 4, 2018

CLEVELAND TERRORIST ATTACK THWARTED

CLEVELAND TERRORIST ATTACK THWARTED
The FBI has reportedly foiled a potentially devastating Muslim terrorist attack a homegrown al-Qaeda supporter planned for Independence Day celebrations in terrorist-infected Ohio this week.

The suspect, Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts, also known as Abdur Raheem Rafeeq, is a violent, convicted felon known for expressing support for al-Qaeda. Pitts was preparing an attack in Cleveland. He was arrested Sunday morning and charged with attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

Pitts reportedly has a long criminal rap sheet, including for felonious assault, domestic violence, and aggravated robbery. He appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge David A. Ruiz in Cleveland on Monday afternoon. A preliminary hearing and a detention review have been scheduled for July 5, the Washington Times reports.


SAF, CCRKBA CHALLENGE WA INITIATIVE, SEEK INVALIDATION

SAF, CCRKBA CHALLENGE WA  INITIATIVE, SEEK INVALIDATION
BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today asked the Washington State Supreme Court to invalidate Initiative 1639 and enjoin the Secretary of State to reject the petitions on the grounds that petitions circulated by paid signature gatherers failed to meet state requirements for readability nor did they include a “full, true, and correct copy of the proposed measure printed on the reverse side.”

By Second Amendment Foundation - Saturday, June 30, 2018

Latest on Annapolis Shooting

Annapolis newsroom shooting leaves 5 people dead; suspect in custody, officials say

The gunman who shot dead five people and injured two others in Maryland’s Capital Gazette newsroom had a long-running grudge against the newspaper after they exposed him for Facebook stalking a woman.

Jarrod W. Ramos, 38, was armed with a shotgun and smoke grenades when he launched the attack on the journalists in their newsroom in Annapolis on Thursday afternoon. —Daily Mail

Police: Annapolis attack a ‘targeted’ shooting

Law enforcement calling a shooting at the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland a ‘targeted’ attack, that there were threats sent over social media. #Tucker



 

 

By News on the Net - Thursday, June 28, 2018

Drugs, Gangbangers, Convicts Enter U.S. Via Mexico as Media Focuses on Shelter Accommodations

Drugs, Gangbangers, Convicts Enter U.S. Via Mexico as Media Focuses on Shelter Accommodations
While the mainstream media and much of the nation are preoccupied with sob stories about the shelter accommodations of illegal immigrants, the U.S.-Mexico border remains a cesspool of crime where federal agents have confiscated more than 360,000 pounds of drugs, arrested thousands of individuals with criminal convictions and busted hundreds of violent gangbangers so far this year. The latest statistics issued by the Border Patrol are downright disturbing and illustrate the urgency of properly securing the famously porous southwest border.

By Judicial Watch - Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Illegal Aliens Fatally Separate American Parents and Children

Illegal Aliens Fatally Separate American Parents and Children
In 2008, Colorado separated a Jewish boy from his parents.

Marten Kudlis was separated from his parents while waiting for his mother to bring him his ice cream. The 3-year-old boy who had just been playing in the park never got his ice cream.

Instead Francis Hernandez, an illegal alien driving 81 miles an hour, slammed into a pickup truck, killing the two women inside, and smashing it through the glass wall of the Baskin Robbins.

By Daniel Greenfield - Friday, June 22, 2018

SAF, CCRKBA Warn I-1639 Sponsors That ‘Unreadable’ Petitions Violate Laws


BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today warned sponsors of anti-gun Initiative 1639 via a demand letter that their campaign “is utilizing unreadable petitions in violation” of state law, and demanded that this be corrected to “conform to the legal requirements.”

Olympia attorney Shawn Newman, writing on behalf of the two Bellevue-based organizations, noted, “The petitions for I-1639 have the proposed measure printed on the back of the sheets in such fine print as to be unreadable… Use of fine print is unconscionable.”

By Second Amendment Foundation - Wednesday, June 20, 2018

CCRKBA: ‘N.J. GOV. MURPHY RIGHT, LET’S TALK ABOUT GUN POLICY…FAILURES’

CCRKBA: 'NJ Gov. Murphy Right, Let's Talk About Gun Policy…Failures'
BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms agrees with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy that the aftermath of Sunday’s shooting incident in Trenton is a great time to “talk about gun policy,” especially how it has disastrously failed to protect his state’s law abiding citizens.

By CCRKBA - Monday, June 18, 2018

U.S. Navy must modernize quickly to blunt Chinese’s aggressive posture!

U.S. Navy must modernize quickly to blunt Chinese’s aggressive posture!
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Addressing the “Shangri-la Dialogue,” the most important annual conference on security in East Asia, U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis described China’s increasingly aggressive military posture in the South China Sea as a strategy “of intimidation and coercion.” 

Aiming to cow the nations that rim the sea—from the Taiwan Strait to the Malacca Strait, encompassing the world’s busiest commercial waterways—into recognizing Chinese sovereignty across the region, Beijing has, over the last decade, created and militarized a string of “islands.”

By Thomas Donnelly - Thursday, June 14, 2018