Now gun control proponents want to disarm the elderly, but "reasonable" incrementalism is how precious freedoms are lost.
When George Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF) was accused last year of funding Black Lives Matter (BLM), Ken Zimmerman, the director of U.S. programs at OSF, flatly denied it and claimed it was a fantastic rumor. “I can’t really speculate on what leads to rumors, but it is wrong,” he said, “I don’t even know where one begins to reconstruct something like that.” Early this week, hackers published documents that show that two months before Zimmerman’s denial, the OSF board approved $650,000 to BLM.
A non-stop migrant/refugee invasion of Europe and the United States should be accepted as “the new normal,” says secret Soros migration institute report.
Republicans charge that Hillary Clinton lied to Congress, under oath, about classified e-mails she sent and received while secretary of state, which would be a felony. But it is highly unlikely that the Obama Justice Department will do anything about it, regardless of the evidence.
The Obama administration denies they paid money to Iran in exchange for hostages. In typical doublespeak, they argue they obtained hostages in exchange for money, and it really wasn't ransom.
Under the guise of providing increased “security” for “critical infrastructure,” the Obama administration is plotting to insert itself and the federal government into the American elections process. While voting is constitutionally the responsibility of state and local officials, Obama's Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson, pointed to the alleged threat of cyberattacks to justify the latest proposed usurpation of power. The controversial scheme was floated amid growing national concerns, fueled in part by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's warnings of a “rigged” election, that America's electoral system might be vulnerable to major manipulation. Critics and experts have also warned that the White House scheming may be a first step toward illegally nationalizing the electoral process — with all the dangers that would entail.
Daleiden's Attorneys Seek to Lift Injunction on Release of University of Washington Fetal Tissue Research DocumentsWritten by Raven Clabough
Earlier this week, attorneys with the Thomas More Society filed papers in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington to lift a temporary injunction against the release of documents related to the University of Washington’s Birth Defects Research Laboratory and its use of aborted fetal body parts. The documents in question pertain to transactions between Planned Parenthood and the laboratory and were scheduled to be released on August 5, months after the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) and the Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) filed public records requests, but the injunction successfully halted their release.
VIDEO - In a speech given by Sec. of DHS Jeh Johnson, he spoke of United States law in regard to illegal immigration. Andy Ramirez examines the context of Johnson's speech and explains how the Obama administration is granting illegal aliens special privileges in the United States.
Donald Trump announced the addition of Stephen Bannon to his campaign and the promotion of Kellyanne Conway to a new position on his staff, explaining, “I want to win. That’s why I’m bringing on fantastic people who know how to win and love to win.”