A former Marine, Kevin Doherty, was charged Monday with Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony and two counts of Malicious Wounding in an attack on a Republican lobbyist who had been investigating the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. That near-fatal attack happened on March 13 in Arlington, Virginia.
Organizers and establishment propaganda outlets often painted the so-called National School Walkout on March 14 as an event to honor the victims of last month's school shooting in Parkland, Florida. But the real agenda — at least of the establishment billionaires, leftists, and globalists behind the operation — was to promote more infringements on the unalienable right of Americans to keep and bear arms. In fact, one of the leading student voices endlessly hyped by CNN even called publicly for “Revolution.” And thousands of naive students across America were duped into participating by well-funded political operatives with no compunctions about exploiting children to advance an anti-constitutional agenda. The truth and facts, meanwhile — including the counter-protests by pro-gun students — were largely ignored.
Trump's gun proposals are a mixed bag, infringing on precious rights but not as much as anti-gun liberals wanted.
President Trump sent a clear message Friday by pardoning a former Navy sailor who was convicted in 2016 and sentenced to a year in prison for taking pictures in a classified area of a Navy submarine. That message: People should not have their lives "destroyed" for crimes that are "nothing by comparison" to Hillary Clinton's crimes.
It looks more and more like Seth Rich got fed up with what he saw at DNC HQ, leaked the e-mails to WikiLeaks, and was murdered for it.
Former CBS correspondent Sharyl Attkisson is accusing the Inspector General’s office of swapping out the hard drive of one of her computers while investigating her claims that federal agents hacked her computers.
Only "the news that fits" is published by the mainstream media. This good news about the effects of reduced concealed-carry restrictions from KU obviously didn't qualify.
New York Police Department employees who are found guilty of serious, sometimes even criminal, offenses by an internal tribunal frequently remain on the job with only a slap on the wrist.