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In an exclusive interview with Truth In Media’s Joshua Cook, constitutional lawyer KrisAnne Hall talks about the dramatic events that led up to the final moments of the standoff and how concerned Americans can fight an overreaching federal government peacefully and successfully.
Nazem Kadri is threatening to murder Mark Giordano. Certainly he was caught up in the heat of the moment and isn’t really going to kill him, but as a Muslim, his cultural frame of reference is interesting.
In a confrontation with the BLM, a Idaho miner asked, “You are telling me that you supersede the Constitution of the united States?” The BLM employee smugly replied, “Yes, I do.”
Police Chief Ed Holmes spoke in favor of HB 2372, which is a bill that relates to the disposition of forfeited firearms in the custody of police.
According to Founder and Executive Director of CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations), Nihad Awad, Islam and the U.S. are “twins linked by common values.”
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said February 9 the Sunni terrorist threat “has been on an upward trajectory since the late 1970s and has more groups, members and safe havens that at any other point in history.”
If an attacker were to turn the air conditioners on and off repeatedly, they could create disturbances and imbalances in the grid that could trip breakers beyond the neighborhood they’re targeting and cause an even more widespread blackout.
Freedom From Religion Foundation co-presidents Annie Laurie Gaylor and Dan Barker penned the letter and sent it on the very same day “Obama addressed the National Prayer Breakfast last week.” In it, they asked Obama to “welcome the ‘nonreligious to the American family.'”
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca pleaded guilty on Wednesday to lying to federal investigators who were conducting a corruption and civil rights probe of the nation’s largest county jail system.
A raid on several prisons in Georgia had resulted in dozens of arrests. Of those arrests, 46 current and former corrections officers were indicted on federal charges of taking bribes and drug trafficking. A total of 49 in all were arrested.