Mar 06 10:05

Footage of California students hitting a Donald Trump piñata sparks controversy, investigation

A California school district has launched an inquiry into footage that showed students and staff members at an Orange County high school hitting a piñata designed to look like President Trump, CBS Los Angeles reports.

Mar 06 10:03


The Saudi Public Prosecutor has accused the renowned social networking site YouTube of contributing to spreading extremist ideology and helping recruit young people to join terrorist groups.

The prosecutor made the accusations during the trial of eight Saudis and two Yemenis accused of shooting at a security patrol in Riyadh in 2005.

The prosecution said investigations revealed that the group members received instructions to carry out their terrorist attacks from a Daesh leader through videos published on YouTube.

The prosecutor accused the defendants of 63 charges, including listening to lectures by Daesh thinkers via YouTube, responding to an inflammatory lecture calling to kill foreigners and security men, as well as carrying out instructions from one of the organisation’s leaders to shoot at security men with the intention of killing them.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My word, please tell me: is this the same YouTube which has been found to be doing ...this?!?

The February panelists included several prominent online conservative and moderate voices who have been impacted by social media bias, shadow banning and other methods meant to silence voices and limit readers and viewers access to information.

So, let me get my head wrapped around this; in YouTube/Gooogle-Think, and in what passes for alleged "community standards", it is perfectly FINE to be showing Daesh instructions for assassinating and killing people, but HORRIFIC to be showing any videos of conservative individuals whose perception of current events just doesn't match that of the American Deep State?!?

And let me remind you of the following: YouTube is a Google Subsidiary, so it is not by accident, with Google aggressively censoring and eviscerating conservative sites where they can, through algorhythms, that this kind of thing happens on YouTube as well:

YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. The service was created by three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim—in February 2005. Google bought the site in November 2006 for US$1.65 billion; YouTube now operates as one of Google's subsidiaries.

Mar 06 10:01

Homeless people turned away from hotel despite being offered rooms by paying customer

One of the UK’s largest hotel chains has been accused of “clear discrimination” against homeless people after it turned away rough sleepers who had been offered free rooms by a paying customer.

Mar 06 10:00

319 NYPD employees committed fireable offenses and kept their jobs

According to an investigation by BuzzFeed News released Monday, internal NYPD reports show that employees who "lied, cheated, stole, or assaulted New York City residents" between 2011 and 2015, among other fireable offenses, kept their jobs. Thirty-eight were found guilty by a police tribunal of excessive force, fighting, or unnecessarily firing their weapons.

Mar 06 09:54

20-year-old sues Dick’s, Walmart over new gun policies

PORTLAND, Ore. — An Oregon man filed suits Monday claiming Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart discriminated against the 20-year-old when they refused to sell him a rifle.

Mar 06 09:53

Washington becomes 1st state to approve net-neutrality rules

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington became the first state Monday to set up its own net-neutrality requirements after U.S. regulators repealed Obama-era rules that banned internet providers from blocking content or interfering with online traffic.

Mar 06 09:52

Judge declares man's truck 'his home' in ruling that could affect hundreds of homeless people

EATTLE - A Seattle man is celebrating after a judge ruled that the truck he has been living in is his home and the city can't sell it to pay for a hefty parking ticket and fines. The ruling could affect hundreds of homeless people living in their vehicles.

Mar 06 09:52

Sam Nunberg Meltdown: Former Trump Aide Calls Sarah Huckabee Sanders an 'Unattractive Fat Slob'

Ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg described White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders as “unattractive” and a “fat slob” in an interview with Spectrum News NY1 yesterday, one of the many appearances he made during his spectacular media meltdown.

Mar 06 09:52

Virginia dad forces 'bully' son, 10, to run to school in rain after being banned from bus

A Virginia father posted a Facebook video that he says shows his 10-year-old son running to school in the rain as a form of punishment for bullying in school and being banned from the school bus.

Mar 06 09:51

Apple's new 'spaceship' HQ brings the pane for unobservant workers

Apple's $5bn Norman Foster-designed "spaceship" HQ isn't finished yet, but it's already taking out puny humans.

Three calls reporting 911 medical emergencies were made about building-battered employees. The San Francisco Chronicle put in a FoI request to Santa Clara County and obtained the chilling details.

One employee was reported to have serious head bleeding, while a 23-year-old reported being concussed. Two suffered head injuries by walking into glass – and one ran into it. Readers will note how the building targets the head.

Mar 06 09:45

Australian diplomat whose tip prompted FBI’s Russia-probe has tie to Clintons

The Australian diplomat whose tip in 2016 prompted the Russia-Trump investigation previously arranged one of the largest foreign donations to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s charitable efforts, documents show.

Former Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer’s role in securing $25 million in aid from his country to help the Clinton Foundation fight AIDS is chronicled in decade-old government memos archived on the Australian foreign ministry’s website.

The money was initially allocated to the Clinton Foundation but later was routed through an affiliate of the charity known as the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), officials said. Australia was one of four foreign governments to donate more than $25 million to CHAI, records show.

Downer, now Australia’s ambassador to London, provided the account of a conversation with Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos at a London bar in 2016 that became the official reason the FBI opened the Russia counterintelligence probe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why am I singularly unsurprised at this revelation?!?

To far too many at the upper echelons of geopolitics, campaigns, particularly when lost, are viewed as a blood sport, where creating the political death of the opponent is the only way to win.

Mar 06 09:40

Jason Bermas covers the Parkland school shooting in detail: The Shepard Ambellas Show

Filmmaker and researcher Jason Bermas appeared on The Shepard Ambellas Show Monday where he covered the entire Parkland school shooting in great detail and promoted his new short film on the subject.

Mar 06 09:36

Rep. Devin Nunes on developments in the Russia probe


Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes wants to know what top ranking Obama officials knew about the anti-Trump dossier.

Mar 06 09:33

42% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved and may retire broke

At this rate, retirement is more of a fantasy than a reality for many people in this country.
About 42 percent of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for when they retire, according to a study by GoBankingRates released Tuesday.

Mar 06 09:33

Tennessee school removes Confederate flag, lynching murals

A painting of a Confederate flag and a mural depicting a lynching have been removed from the walls of a Tennessee school gymnasium.
The mural showed a white man, dressed in blue, hanging from a rope tied to a tree branch. Another person was standing nearby, in a red jersey, and holding a Confederate flag.

Mar 06 09:33

Rep. Gaetz Continues Merciless Trolling of Adam Schiff on the House floor

C-span with a spicy new sign!

Mar 06 09:21

Mother has been banned from travelling to India with her baby amid fears that she would be subjected to female genital mutilation...judge ordered ban after ruling that toddler, who turns two in the summer, was at serious risk of being subjected to "utterl

A mother has been banned from travelling to India with her baby amid fears that she would be subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM).

The case was brought before the court after social workers learned that the woman's three older daughters had all undergone FGM.

Also known as female circumcision, FGM involves cutting, injuring or changing a girl's genitals and is usually done for religious or cultural reasons.

It is illegal in the UK but continues to take place, with parents taking their children abroad to get the procedure done.

Mar 06 09:20

Instead Of Thoughts And Prayers, Oregon Passes New Gun Safety Law

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) signed new gun safety legislation into law on Monday, making the state the first to tighten its firearm regulations since last month’s mass shooting at a high school in Florida.

Mar 06 09:13

Utah Bar accidentally sends EVERY lawyer in the state an email of a TOPLESS woman advertising its annual spring convention

Every lawyer in Utah received an email from the State Bar that included a picture of a topless woman.

The email was an advertisement for their annual spring convention in St. George, Fox 13 reported.

The Bar confirmed it sent the email out and publicly apologized on Twitter saying it is 'horrified'.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Only a liberal snowflake is horrified by a topless woman!

Mar 06 09:08

Sky bidder Comcast labelled 'worst company in America'

Comcast, which last week unveiled a £22bn offer for Sky, has been labelled the “worst company in America” twice in recent years over shoddy customer service and pricing. It has also been involved in regulatory transgressions which legal experts believe means its plan to take over Sky should be closely scrutinised by watchdogs.

Mar 06 09:08

George W. Bush Reportedly Sounds Off On Trump: 'Sorta Makes Me Look Pretty Good'

Former President George W. Bush is reportedly pleased by at least one element of the Donald Trump presidency: It’s making him look better.

Mar 06 08:56

20-year-old sues Dick's, Walmart over 21-and-over gun sales

An Oregon man filed suits Monday claiming Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart discriminated against the 20-year-old when they refused to sell him a rifle.

Mar 06 08:56

Judge declares man's truck 'his home' in ruling that could affect hundreds of homeless people

A Seattle man is celebrating after a judge ruled that the truck he has been living in is his home and the city can't sell it to pay for a hefty parking ticket and fines. The ruling could affect hundreds of homeless people living in their vehicles.

Mar 06 08:52

‘No fascism on campus’: Antifa protesters storm ‘alt-right’ speech at King’s College

Anti-fascist protesters stormed an event by an ‘alt-right’ speaker at King’s College London, Monday. Demonstrators wreaked havoc, successfully stopping the talk while scuffles broke out and windows were reportedly smashed.
Dramatic footage shows the moment the left-wing group stormed a lecture theater packed for a speech by Carl Benjamin. Benjamin, who goes online by the moniker of ‘Sargon of Akkad’, has been described by various outlets as a member of the so-called ‘alt-right’, although he describes himself as a "classic liberal".

The protesters grabbed the speakers’ microphones before smashing windows and leaving threatening notes to the organizers, the Daily Mail reports. Videos also shows the protesters chanting “no fascism on campus,” as alarms rang out in the background.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is Antifa who are acting like fascists, or Hitler's Brown Shirts.

Mar 06 08:34

Here is the Broward Sheriff’s Captain Who Told Deputies to Wait Outside as Nikolas Cruz Slaughtered Students and Teachers

Fox News’ Laura Ingraham later revealed three deputies on scene were told not to run into the school because they weren’t wearing body cameras.

These deputies were instructed to essentially stand down while innocent children were being slaughtered. Beyond sickening.

Fox News identified Captain Jan Jordan as the Broward County law enforcement official who instructed the deputies to remain on the perimeter of the school rather than run into the building towards the gunfire to help save lives.

Mar 06 08:22

How Flippy the Robot Fry Cook Will Move Us One Step Closer to Modern Feudalism

Caliburger, a restaurant in Pasadena, California, has a new employee named Flippy. But this fry cook is different. It's equipped with 6-axis arms and Artificial Intelligence. Flippy is a robot that unerringly cooks the perfect burger, every single time. And it's helping to usher in a dependent society I'll call modern feudalism.

Not only does Flippy cook the perfect burger, but the robot doesn't need smoke breaks, doesn't complain about raising the minimum wage, and doesn't show up late for work. Flippy is there all the time, and once the robot is paid for, it is a lifer without any further paycheck except some maintenance costs. Sorta like a robot slave you can buy.

And like the start of modern feudalism.

Mar 06 08:18

If Texas Turns Blue, It Starts Tonight: Three Districts to Watch

Democrats eager to retake the House majority in the midterm elections have turned their eyes to Texas, which will hold the first primaries of 2018 on Tuesday.

Mar 06 08:17

Flynn selling house to pay legal bills in Trump probe

Michael Flynn, the retired Army general and ex-Trump national security adviser who pleaded guilty last year to lying to FBI agents about his Russian contacts, has put his Virginia home up for sale to pay mounting legal fees, friends and family members told ABC News.

Mar 06 07:54

Washington becomes first state to pass net neutrality law after FCC repeal

Washington became the first state in the country on Monday to pass its own net neutrality law in the wake of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) repeal of the popular Obama-era rules.

Mar 06 07:52

Male escort exposes 36 actively gay priests in a file sent to Vatican containing erotic Whatsapp messages and photos. The allegations were compiled by a gay male escort who told local media he couldn’t put up with the priests’ "hypocrisy" any longer.

A 1,200-page dossier containing the names of 34 ‘actively gay’ priests and six seminarians in Italy has been sent to the Vatican by the archdiocese of Naples.
The allegations were compiled by Francesco Mangiacapra, a gay male escort who told local media he couldn’t put up with the priests’ "hypocrisy" any longer.

Mar 06 05:04

Trump suggests Canada, Mexico could win tariff exemption

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY: US President Donald Trump on Monday appeared to suggest that Canada and Mexico could win exemptions to his planned sweeping tariffs on steel and aluminium if the two countries sign a new NAFTA trade deal and take other steps.

Mar 05 19:02

A Teacher Pens an Open Letter to Students Planning on Walking Out Over Gun Violence

Dylan Charles – Something is missing from the conversation about gun violence.

Mar 05 17:28


Mar 05 16:53

Byron York Exposes NYT Hypocrisy On Gang Violence In Sweden

So brilliant. Trump was right all along, and the NY Times finally admitted it.


Mar 05 16:21

Dolly Parton Blisters Anti-Trump Reporter From ABC…

Dolly is so much smarter than this ABC News hack...


Mar 05 15:42

Former Trump Aide Sam Nunberg Gives Stunning Interview -- Threatens To Rip Up Subpoena, Dares Mueller To Arrest Him…

Watch it for yourself here. Nunberg has had enough of the witch hunt.


Mar 05 14:21

NYT Admits Trump Is Right About Grenade And AK-47 Attacks In Sweden

In the latest installment of our focus on Sweden, the New York Times diverted from the establishment media playbook, publishing an astonishing report detailing Sweden’s increasing problem with immigrant gangs using hand grenades and Kalashnikovs in crime sprees across the country — more than a year after the dying liberal paper scolded President Trump for bringing awareness to the issue.

Mar 05 13:49

U.S. Treasury Secretary: "Eight Banks Control All The Assets In The United States"

Aside from being booed, heckled, and 'hissed' at by UCLA students so embarrasingly that he asked UCLA not to post the video of his speech, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin let slip an unusually honest admission.

Mar 05 13:40

Google Searches For 'NRA Membership' Up 4900 Percent, Pro-2A Groups See Spikes In Membership

The NRA has seen a massive surge in membership interest according to the latest charts from Google Trends.

Mar 05 13:02

Segregation at Comic Con: No Straight, White Males Allowed at Parties

The comics industry seems to be doubling down on their policy of completely excluding anyone who is straight, white, male, or conservative. This year's Emerald City Comic Con released its schedule of events on its app recently. Anyone who is male, white and identifies as heterosexual found himself excluded from industry mixers and professional mixers.

Mar 05 12:24

Banker wins £100,000 in damages after claiming noisy neighbours made her life 'intolerable' because their children used home above her £2.6m Kensington flat 'like a playground'

Sarvenaz Fouladi, 38, said she faced constant noise from family-of-five above
She claimed sound of everyday activity from upstairs keeps her up at night
She sued Sarah and Ahmed El Kerrami for 'noise nuisance' and won £107,397
Judge said neighbours should have carpets on wooden floors in living areas

Mar 05 12:23

So is the kettle on yet? Modest two-up two-down terraced home where Gary Oldman's mother, 98, will celebrate her son's (dented) Best Actor Oscar

Oldman, 59, was honoured for his towering performance as wartime prime minister Winston Churchill
The British makeup and hairstyling team who helped him bring Churchill to life also won the Academy Award
Roger Deakins won Best Cinematographer for Blade Runner 2049, his first win in 14 nominations
Former Hollyoaks star Rachel Shenton and fiance Chris Overton took home the Oscar for Best Live-Action Short for the Silent Child

Mar 05 12:23

Viewers praise former Hollyoaks actress Rachel Shenton for delivering her Oscars victory speech in sign language after she made a promise to her deaf six-year-old British co-star in The Silent Child

British actress Rachel Shenton, 30, won the Oscar for Best Live Action Short
Won for film The Silent Child, delivered her acceptance speech in sign language
She accepted the award with her fiancé, the films director, Chris Overton
Her sign language speech led to her being praised for message of inclusiveness
Rachel catapulted into spotlight when she starred on Hollyoaks from 2010 - 2013

Mar 05 12:15


Devin Nunes lays it all out there...


Mar 05 11:52

YouTube re-enables ads on Logan Paul's videos following suspension

Ads are back on Logan Paul's YouTube channels.
On Tuesday, the company re-enabled ads on the social media star's videos following a temporary suspension earlier this month.

Mar 05 11:50

‘How did they not know, Corey?’ CNN’s Chris Cuomo hammers Lewandowski’s excuses for White House ‘chaos’

Formerstrategist Corey Lewandowski didn’t fare well against CNN’s Chris Cuomo in a discussion about what White House officials knew about Rob Porter’s history of violence.
President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager dismissed reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is asking everyone on the campaign to preserve documents. According to Le

Mar 05 11:14

BLACK Patriot Prayer Organizer Crashes Liberal Event For Illegal Aliens -- Total Chaos Ensues...

Will Johnson is an American hero. This is awesome raw footage...


Mar 05 10:25

Florida teacher removed from classroom after being linked to white nationalist podcast

A Florida middle school teacher has been removed from the classroom after a report that she had been hosting a white supremacist podcast under a pseudonym.

Mar 05 10:25

British ex-spy reveals Kremlin blocked Trump from naming Mitt Romney as secretary of state: report

Former MI6 spy Christopher Steele has reportedly told special counsel Robert Mueller that he believes the Russian government directly intervened to block President Donald Trump from appointing Mitt Romney as his secretary of state.

Mar 05 10:21

Kansas man deported after ex-girlfriend reports him to ICE

Serafin Alegria-Zamora's attorney called it a "final act of terror" when an ex-girlfriend reported the Mexican national to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Mar 05 10:21

Putin: Russia will ‘never’ extradite citizens accused by US

Russia will “never” extradite any of the 13 Russians indicted by the United States for election-meddling, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, even as he insisted they didn’t act on behalf of his government.

Mar 05 10:15

Trevor Baylis: Wind-up radio inventor dies aged 80

The inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis, has died aged 80, the manager of his company has confirmed.

David Bunting said Mr Baylis from Twickenham, south-west London, died on Monday of natural causes after a long illness.

Mr Baylis invented the Baygen clockwork radio in 1991.

He was appointed CBE in 2015 after campaigning to make theft of intellectual property a white-collar crime.

Mar 05 10:10

Pair get prison time for dragging kitten behind Jeep and posting video on Facebook

Two Missouri men convicted of dragging a kitten behind a jeep last June -- and posting the act on social media in a bid to get viewers to spring for a pizza -- have each been sentenced to four years in prison for animal abuse.

Mar 05 10:10

227-year-old tree planted by George Washington pulled down by wind

Extreme winds have toppled a tree, believed to be well over two centuries old, that was planted by former US president George Washington on his Mount Vernon estate.

Mar 05 10:04

Robert Mueller demands witness 'hand over all documents mentioning Trump and his part of entourage'

A witness has reportedly been issued with a writ requiring them to turn over all documents relating to Donald Trump and some of his closest advisers, by the grand jury investigating allegations of Russian collusion in the 2016 US presidential election.

Mar 05 10:03

'Awful' People in the White House Want to Hurt Kellyanne Conway, Chris Christie Claims

'Awful' People in the White House Want to Hurt Kellyanne Conway, Chris Christie Claims
White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway’s gaffes may be well documented, but they are not entirely her fault according to New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who said there were people inside the White House trying to hurt her.

Mar 05 10:02

Cops Were Possible Shooters in Parkland

Erick made a video compilation of evidence of Numerous Eye Witnesses to Multiple Shooters in Florida.

It has since been removed. Here is his transcript which contains evidence that Sheriff Israel's men may actually be the shooters.

Mar 05 10:01

‘Kill all white people’: Accused killer who targeted white victims now charged in six murders

For a year, the walking and biking trails snaking through south Kansas City, Mo., were plagued with bloodshed.

Beginning in August 2016 and continuing deep into the next year, the bodies of hikers and dog-walkers were found dead along the city’s Indian Creek trail or on nearby roadways. They were all shot. They were all middle-aged. They were all white.

Mar 05 09:58

Google Banned Parkland Shooting Video! Censored By All Fake News!

Never in history had Stoneman Douglas ever decided to conduct an active shooter drills in which they would be firing blanks and simulating a real shooter! But that is what students and teachers were told! So on the first time in history this school decided to simulate a real shooting by firing blanks, this is the day that the supposed shooter Nikolas Cruz decides to come and shoot up the school! Yeah Right! Totally impossible!

These are the clips that have all been banned on Youtube! Get this EVERYWHERE! Tell everybody Google is pure evil and are hiding all of this information!

Mar 05 09:40

Secret al-Qaeda memo: We must recruit and manipulate ‘ignorant’ Muslims

In the series of Abbottabad files, discovered in Osama bin Laden's house which was raided by the US military in Abbottabad, northern Pakistan in 2011, one document has exposed particularly sensitive information.

Mar 05 09:39

Missouri man, who once threatened to 'kill all white people,' is indicted in 2nd set of 3 killings

A Missouri man who once threatened to “kill all white people” was indicted Friday in the killings of three white males, and is now accused in six killings overall.
The accused, Fredrick Demond Scott, 23, was indicted by a grand jury in the deaths of David Lenox, 67, Timothy Rice, 57, and Michael Darby, 61.

Mar 05 09:37

Teacher Coalition Seeks to End Obama School Discipline Policy: ‘A Lot of Fear in Schools’

The school discipline policy that may have allowed Nikolas Cruz to escape arrest by Broward County law enforcement and ultimately purchase the firearm he used to kill 17 people is in effect in over 50 school districts across the country.

“He probably wouldn’t have been able to buy the murder weapon if the school had referred him to law enforcement,” veteran FBI agent Michael Biasello told RealClearInvestigations (RCI).

In 2014, the Obama administration issued a “Dear Colleague” guidance that threatened school districts – whose disciplinary measures showed a disproportionately greater number of minority students affected – could be subject to investigation by the Departments of Justice and Education, regardless of whether the behaviors leading to the discipline were unacceptable.

Mar 05 09:34

Trump says American workers are hurt by immigration. But after ICE raided this Texas town, they never showed up.

A man wrapped in a blanket walks in the cold near the Cactus Islamic Center in Cactus, Tex., last month. (Jabin Botsford/Washington, D.C.)
CACTUS, Tex. — The DJs at the Spanish-language radio stations gave warnings whenever Immigration and Customs Enforcement came around. “Be careful out there,” they’d say. “The relatives are in town.”

Mar 05 09:33

Fireman spits on little boy, 3, calls him a racial slur at a Hooters: Report

A firefighter will be charged with child battery and making a criminal threat after he allegedly used a racial slur and spit on a little boy, 3, at a Hooters restaurant earlier this week, KCTV reports.

Mar 05 09:29

Teacher Removed From Classroom Over White Nationalist Podcast Says It's Satire

A Florida middle school social studies teacher was removed from the classroom while her school district investigates a HuffPost report that she hosted a white supremacist podcast under a pseudonym, shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and suggested that Muslims be eradicated from the planet.

Mar 05 09:11

Court Decision Could Lead to EPA Banning Water Fluoridation

Awareness Junkie

In a victory for water fluoridation opponents, a judge in the Northern District of California has denied a motion by the Environmental Protection Agency that sought to limit the information available to the court while making their decision on whether or not to ban water fluoridation.

Mar 05 09:09

Federal Court Quietly Rules ‘Assault Rifles’ Not Protected by 2nd Amendment

True, Organic and Free

While Americans watched the 2018 Olympics and mainstream media put on scripted town hall meetings to demonize law-abiding citizens who own guns, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia handed down a blow to the Second Amendment.

This flies in the face of the US vs Miller Supreme Court decision.

Mar 05 09:06

FULL Hour long Interview Video - Levin + Chairman Devin Nunes