"Free societies punish actions. Dictatorships punish possessions." -- Michael Rivero

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Gods Plan Includes Abortion: Shout Your Abortion Posts Billboards Across Southern States orraz Thu, 09/21/2023 - 09:48

 The leftist activist group Shout Your Abortion has posted six billboards across Interstate 55, which spans through five strongly pro-life states.

DeSantis Proposes Plan He Says Will Achieve $2 Gas, Turn U.S. Into Worlds Top Energy Producer orraz Thu, 09/21/2023 - 09:47

 Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis unveiled his energy agenda during an event in Midland, Texas, on Wednesday, promising that his policies will bring back $2 gas and turn the United States into the world’s leading energy producer.

 Federal officials have declared Yellowstone River fish too toxic for human consumption after a train derailment that occurred back in June.

 A federal judge rejected a request from Hunter Biden’s legal team this week to allow the president’s son to make his arraignment on federal gun charges through a video conference instead of having to show up in person.

How would you like to live in Haiti? How about the Republic of Congo? What about present-day Sweden? What about Somalia? Ever consider immigrating to India? If your answer is no; why not? Do you have any reasons?

What about the fact that 70 percent of Indians do not have access to a toilet? Millions live in absolute poverty, malnutrition and misery. How about the fact that millions starve or die from AIDS over all of Africa? Could you live in Haiti where people go around killing one another as a matter of daily life?

West Point is SUED by group that ended affirmative action after Biden allowed academy to discriminate against white applications - even though Army has MORE black soldiers than general population MikeRivero Thu, 09/21/2023 - 08:40

A campaign group which successfully ended affirmative action is now suing New York's prestigious West Point military academy, claiming it discriminates against white applicants. 

Students for Fair Admissions, founded by Edward Blum, is seeking to erase an exemption in the SCOTUS ruling which is allowing US Army schools to keep using race as a factor in admissions. 

Jesus Alaya, 17, is named as driver of car that deliberately struck and killed retired cop Andreas Probts while he cycled - with he and passenger Jzamir Keys, 16, both set to be charged as adults with murder MikeRivero Thu, 09/21/2023 - 08:36

Two teenage boys believed to be behind the sick hit-and-run homicide of a retired police chief in Las Vegas have been named as they are charged as adults. 

Jesus Ayala, 17, and Jzamir Keys, 16, are suspected of intentionally striking Andreas Probst, 64, while he was riding his bicycle down an empty highway in the northwest of the city at around 6am on August 14. 

Constitutional confusion: Survey reveals Americans woefully uninformed about their own rights MikeRivero Thu, 09/21/2023 - 08:32

The U.S. Constitution was a collaborative effort undertaken by many of America’s Founding Fathers. James Madison played an especially crucial role in drafting the supreme law of the U.S., and as such is often referred to as the “Father of the Constitution.” One can’t help but wonder what President Madison would think about the results of a new survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. In short, the poll suggests a troubling number of Americans are incredibly uninformed when it comes to their own constitutional rights.

Charlotte Beattie couldn’t say when she began to suspect that her boyfriend had committed the murder that sent his own son to death row. It probably crossed her mind almost 20 years ago, when an Oklahoma City police detective showed up to ask about Anthony Sanchez, who had been charged with killing a young woman found at a nearby lake. Jewell “Juli” Busken, a 21-year-old ballet student at the University of Oklahoma, was raped and murdered just before Christmas in 1996. The case remained cold until 2004, when Sanchez’s DNA was linked to the crime.

Just over ten years ago, Lord Justice Leveson proposed tougher legislation of newspapers amidst general horror that journalists had hacked the phone of murdered schoolgirl Millie Dowler.

His proposals were greeted with fury.