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 Title   Date   Author   Host 

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

February 23, 2011

Thuggery? What thuggery? Oh, yeah. That thuggery...

Hot Air

by Allahpundit

July 8, 2011

Skynet won't let us nuke ourselves. That's Skynet's job.

There's barely enough time to get a deal passed through both houses of Congress, even if they reach the framework of an agreement this weekend. By Major Garrett's calculation, it'll take 16 or 17 working days until it's passed and ready for Obama's signature, and that assumes no speed bumps along the way.

mrconservative.com

by Kristin Tate

May 17, 2013

A local Seattle bookshop quickly transformed into what appeared to be a crime scene all because of a ... granola bar wrapper. Yes, you read that correctly.

Around 7 a.m. on Wednesday, police and a bomb squad were called to Mystery Bookshop to investigate a "suspicious package". Officers reached the scene to discover an inflated granola bar wrapper and a computer modem card attached by a phone cord, all placed on top of a piece of white paper. After a mere five minutes, the bomb squad determined that the granola bar wrapper and computer modem were just that- a harmless granola bar wrapper and computer modem on a piece of paper. Amber, an employee at the bookshop, wrote on the store's website that she appreciated the police's response to the call. "In this day and age, you cannot be too careful," she wrote. Good grief.

vdare.com

by Nicholas Stix

June 24, 2012

VDARE.com's James Fulford recently noted that "exemplary sentencing"-shockingly draconian punishment-is credited by the British Establishment with crushing British working class resistance to Third World immigration after the 1958 Notting Hill riots.

But the U.S. Federal government-under Democrats and Republicans alike-has been punishing working class white Americans for engaging, not in street violence, but in symbolic protest against "diversity"-even though symbolic speech is supposed to be protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution since at least the late 1990s. Of course it is scandalous that journalists John Derbyshire and Naomi Schaefer Riley have lost their jobs for crimethink. But for more than a decade, working class Americans have been actually going to jail.

thepeoplesvoice.org

by Andrew Gavin Marshall

April 25, 2013

In the 2005 documentary, We Feed the World, then-CEO of Nestlé, the world's largest foodstuff corporation, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, shared some of his own views and 'wisdom' about the world and humanity.

Brabeck believes that nature is not "good," that there is nothing to worry about with GMO foods, that profits matter above all else, that people should work more, and that human beings do not have a right to water. Today, he explained, "people believe that everything that comes from Nature is good," marking a large change in perception, as previously, "we always learnt that Nature could be pitiless." Humanity, Brabeck stated, "is now in the position of being able to provide some balance to Nature, but in spite of this we have something approaching a shibboleth that everything that comes from Nature is good."

works.bepress.com

by Saul M. Kassin, et al.

April 1, 2005

College students and police investigators watched or listened to ten prison inmates confessing to crimes. Half the confessions were true accounts; half were false-concocted for the study.

Consistent with much recent research, students were generally more accurate than police, and accuracy rates were higher among those presented with audiotaped than videotaped confessions. In addition, investigators were significantly more confident in their judgments and also prone to judge confessors guilty. To determine if police accuracy would increase if this guilty response bias were neutralized, participants in a second experiment were specifically informed that half the confessions were true and half were false. This manipulation eliminated the investigator response bias, but it did not increase accuracy or lower confidence. These findings are discussed for what they imply about the post-interrogation risks to innocent suspects who confess.

thefreethoughtproject.com

by Jay Syrmopoulos

January 28, 2016

A Colorado teenager named Coltyn Turner just celebrated the 22nd month of his debilitating Crohn's Disease being in remission, after beginning cannabis oil treatment.

The Turner family was forced to move to Colorado, from Illinois, in an effort to allow Coltyn to use his medication without fear of being considered a criminal and thrown in a cage, although the young man has been fearless in his resolve.

reason.com

by Brian Doherty

May 21, 2014

Huffington Post publicized yesterday yet another in the endless series of "Officer Friendly At Work" videos with depressing revelations about how policing is done in these here United States.

While raiding a woman of Chinese ancestry's tanning salon and massage parlor in Chicago last year, over allegations an undercover officer was offered sex by an employee, here are some of the charming things Officer Gerald Di Pasquale said to Jianqing Klyzek: Di Pasquale: You’re not fucking American! I’ll put you in a UPS box and send you back to wherever the fuck you came from! Plaintiff: I’m a citizen, OK? Di Pasquale: No you’re not! No, you’re not a citizen! No, you’re not! No, you’re not! You’re here on our borrowed time. So mind your fucking business before I shut this whole fucking place down. And I’ll take this place and then whoever owns it will fucking kill you because they don’t care about you, OK? I’ll take this building. You’ll be dead and your family will be dead.

freedominourtime.blogspot.com

July 18, 2013

"You're dead, mother****r!" Those were the last words spoken to 41-year-old Kamas, Utah resident Wade Pennington as he bled to death from two gunshot wounds inflicted at point-blank range.

The man who hurled that sadistic taunt at Pennington, Brett Lopez, wasn't the shooter; his role had been to trap the unarmed victim in the kill zone while his associate, Jared Nichols, pulled the trigger. Just minutes earlier, Nichols had been overheard saying that he intended to "take out" Pennington. He and Perez were well-acquainted with the victim; indeed, immediately after he pulled the trigger, Nichols called Wade by name. After shooting Pennington, Nichols seized the dying victim and attempted to make it look as if he had been the aggressor. In doing so, Nichols wound up with some of the dying man's blood on his clothing. Both Nichols and Perez lied to investigators after the shooting. Their lies were contradicted by physical evidence at the crime scene and by video recordings of the incidents leading up to the homicide.

salon.com

by Jesse Walker

August 20, 2013

We're looking for truthers, terrorists and conspiracies everywhere. Our paranoia says more about us than reality

October 7, 2001: less than a month after 9/11. Police in Maryland decide that two trucks on Interstate 270 might be carrying explosives. The alert cops block traffic for an hour, searching the vehicles for tools of terror. The cargo turns out to be stage equipment headed to a memorial service for the firefighters killed in the attack. A forgivable mistake, given the circumstances? Perhaps. In Tyler, Texas, a few days earlier, federal agents, city police, and bomb experts from far-flung cities had descended on a family's mailbox to grapple with a gadget jerryrigged from wires, batteries, and green duct tape. The streets were blocked; the neighbors were evacuated. The device turned out to be an eight-year-old's homemade flashlight, built as a school project and left in the mailbox for safekeeping.

      
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