Oblivious of the airport chaos surrounding them, leaders of NATO and the 'G7' jetted into Bavaria and Madrid last week to 'make really important decisions' about the pressing problems facing the vast majority of ordinary Westerners: rising inflation and food/energy shortages.

Nah, they actually just came for a laugh, agreed to ramp up US military forces in Europe and picked a fight with China. Meanwhile, consequences of their destructive 'lockdown' and 'planet-saving' policies continue unfurling, with their media spokespeople warning of 'rolling blackouts' in the months ahead.

This week on NewsReal, Joe and Niall discuss the latest in culture war polarization, the ever-shifting narrative about the Texas school shooting, the relentless waves of 'Covid population control', and the increasing likelihood of NATO/the US getting a smacking from Russia.

This sh*tshow can't go on forever, surely?

Posted on: Jul 06 08:23

Today we filed a lawsuit against California Attorney General Rob Bonta for the outrageous leak of gun owners’ personal data, including full name, date of birth, race, home address, driver’s license number, permit issue date, and criminal history (if any).

This retaliatory doxxing of gun owners not only violates the Second and Fourth Amendments, the California Constitution, and California law:

“California’s collection and maintenance of that data is an infringement upon the right of Californians to exercise their rights to keep and bear arms as protected by the Second Amendment…

“Californians will be less likely to submit such information to the state in order to exercise their right to keep and bear arms, thus they will face the Hobson’s choice of providing such information to California, or not exercising their right to keep and bear arms…

Plaintiffs and Class Members therefore seek a declaration that California’s wrongful disclosure of this sensitive personal data violated their privacy rights under the United States Constitution, placed their identity, property, and physical safety at risk, and seek an injunction prohibiting California from collecting, maintaining or disclosing such sensitive personal information in connection with any regulation of firearms pursuant to California law.”

Posted on: Jul 06 08:22

Akron officials announced a state of emergency Monday after chaotic demonstrations erupted in the city over the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man — as demonstrators massed outside Mayor Dan Horrigan’s home chanting “defund the police.”

Mayor Dan Horrigan issued the emergency announcement first thing in the morning following protests over the shooting death of 25-year-old DoorDash deliveryman Jayland Walker plunged into chaos in the Ohio city overnight. A citywide curfew was being established, and the city’s Fourth of July fireworks were canceled.

The mayor announced the curfew applied to the downtown Akron area and would be in effect from 9 p.m. Monday until 6 a.m. Tuesday.

“Early yesterday, we had several peaceful protests in the downtown footprint related to the officer-involved shooting of Jayland Walker. These protests did not escalate to violence and destruction,” Horrigan announced in a statement.

Posted on: Jul 06 08:22

A letter written by Alexander Hamilton in 1780 and thought stolen decades ago from the Massachusetts state archives is going back on display — yet not exactly in the room where it took place.

The founding father's letter will be the featured piece at the Commonwealth Museum's annual July Fourth exhibit, Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin's office states. It's the first time the public is getting an opportunity to see it since it was returned to the state after a lengthy court battle.

It will be presented alongside Massachusetts' authentic copy of the Declaration of Independence.

Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury who's been gaining renewed attention in recent years because of the hit Broadway musical that bears his name, composed the letter to the Marquis de Lafayette, the French aristocrat who worked as a general in the Continental Army.

Dated July 21, 1780, it details an imminent British threat to French forces in Rhode Island.

"We have just received advice from New York through different channels that the enemy are making an embarkation with which they menace the French fleet and army," Hamilton wrote. "Fifty transports are said to have gone up the Sound to take in troops and proceed directly to Rhode Island."

Posted on: Jul 06 08:21

Joe Biden continues to deflect blame from his own energy policies for the high prices Americans are paying for gas, including by arguing gas station owners are price gouging.

“My message to the companies running gas stations and setting prices at the pump is simple: this is a time of war and global peril,” Biden announced on Twitter on Sunday. “Bring down the price you are charging at the pump to reflect the cost you’re paying for the product. And do it now.”

The U.S. Oil and Gas Association tweeted in response:

“Working on it Mr. President,” the association tweeted. “In the meantime – have a Happy 4th and please make sure the WH intern who posted this tweet registers for Econ 101 for the fall semester.”

The association further tweeted regarding the wisdom of using America’s bountiful energy resources.

 “The U.S. Capitol has the inscription: ‘Let us developed the resources of our land, call forth its powers, build up its institutions, promote all its great interests and see

whether we also in our day and generation may not perform something worthy to be remembered.’ – Daniel Webster.”

Posted on: Jul 06 08:14

Everyone knows China is not friendly to the United States. They openly steal technology; they have helped Russia amidst global sanctions; they taunt American forces in the Pacific and they have threatened war - so why would Joe Biden even consider making life easier for them - for helping their economy? Does Hunter's $1.5 Billion contracts with them have anything to do with it.

President Joe Biden should not lift tariffs on China, former Trump administration trade adviser Peter Navarro decried on Newsmax, calling it "insane."

Circulating reports on July Fourth show that the president is preparing this week to raise tariffs on China imposed by the Trump administration in an effort to reduce inflation in the United States. Yet, due to The Wall Street Journal, "economists say removing Chinese tariffs isn't likely to have a dramatic impact on inflation, however," there is a possibility it could lower inflation anywhere from .26% to 1%.

Speaking with "Eric Bolling The Balance," Navarro states, "we worked really hard to put those tariffs on China cause they screw us. They screw American workers. They screw American businesses."

Posted on: Jul 06 08:12

A federal judge ruled Monday that three major drug companies did not prompt public nuisance when they dispersed millions of opioids to Huntington, West Virginia, and its surrounding counties, The Washington Post reported.

Judge David A. Faber of the U.S. District Court in West Virginia supported AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, and McKesson, who claimed the prescriptions they shipped were prescribed by licensed doctors and filled by pharmacies.

"The opioid crisis has taken a considerable toll on the citizens of Cabell County and the City of Huntington," Faber's dismissal read. "While there is a natural tendency to assign blame in such cases, they must be decided not based on sympathy, but on the facts and the law."

"The extension of the law of nuisance to cover the marketing and sale of opioids is inconsistent with the history and traditional notions of nuisance," he added.

Posted on: Jul 06 08:11

Although this incident is tragic and complex, it is also simple and about something black. It is complex because Walker had no criminal record, but he recently lost his fiancé to an untimely death and so not surprisingly his mental state was described as being upset and “acting out of character.”

Being in such a troubled state of mind may very well have caused Walker to react towards a common traffic stop in such an uncommon way. And this is where it is very simple and about something black.

While taking police on a high-speed car pursuit, Jayland Walker shot at them with a handgun. This shooting was broadcast over the radio by an officer, a spent shell casing was later found in the area where it occurred, and a loaded magazine and a black handgun were located in Walker’s car.

So, when Walker finally slowed his car down, jumped out running from the officers and then very uncharacteristically turned toward them while making it appear as if he was going for the gun he had just used, the eight officers reacted the way they were trained.

They reasonably believed Walker was going for a gun, they reasonably feared for their lives, and they reasonably used justified deadly force.

Posted on: Jul 06 08:05

As masks, travel restrictions, and COVID testing fade into the past, one aspect of the pandemic may stick around for quite some time: vaccines.

Canadian Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said Canadians may soon be required to get a booster shot every nine months for the foreseeable future to protect against new variants of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Speaking to reporters, Duclos said Canadians who got a shot last summer are no longer “up to date,” and should now roll up their sleeves for another booster.

Posted on: Jul 06 08:03

Amplified by human-induced climate change and water over-consumption, southern Europeans are feeling the consequences of more extreme heat waves and longer droughts. 

Now governments from Portugal to Italy are calling on citizens to limit water use to the bare minimum. But in some places this is not enough.  

While private consumption of water in the EU accounts for just 9% of total usage, around 60% is absorbed by agriculture. 

"Droughts are one thing," said Nihat Zal, a water expert at the European Environment Agency (EEA), which informs EU environment policy. "The other is how much water we take out of the system." 

Posted on: Jul 06 08:02

With institutional momentum for awarding vast reparations to African-Americans accelerating, it occurs to me that during the pandemic and racial reckoning we have already run a massive national experiment in what the likely society-wide outcomes would be from giving reparations and apologies to blacks.

The results are now in: not just more liquor and Escalades sold to joyous crowds, as in Dave Chappelle’s notorious reparations day sketch from two decades ago, but more murder and mayhem on the streets and highways.

I got to thinking about this while reading Scott Alexander’s Substack essay “What Caused the 2020 Homicide Spike?” in which he concludes that the main reason for the record increase in murders in 2020 was the Black Lives Matter protests and subsequent police demoralization.

Posted on: Jul 06 08:02

The Biden economy is a nightmare.  The big question is – Is Biden destroying the economy on purpose or is he that dumb that he thinks what he is doing is right?

We reported a month ago on the Biden economy and how a recession was near because US GDP was down six months in a row.

Posted on: Jul 06 08:01

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had no answer for why Joe Biden left his son Hunter a voicemail regarding the family’s business deals in China.

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Posted on: Jul 05 20:04

 GLSEN, an organization that has been “championing LGBTQ issues in K-12 education since 1990” and is funded by Disney, launched a campaign to influence policymakers. 

Posted on: Jul 05 20:01

 Police arrested Robert ‘Bobby’ Crimo III’, age 22, yesterday following the shooting in Highland Park, Illinois. 

Posted on: Jul 05 20:01

 A school board director in Washington state is rightfully coming under fire for hosting a series of sexual education classes for minors, focusing on sex for pleasure for kids as young as nine. 

Posted on: Jul 05 19:59

Biden is considering removing President Trump’s tariffs on China.  President Trump knows they help America.  Biden doesn’t seem to care. 

Posted on: Jul 05 19:58

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is paying a private company $1.5 million to develop a "transgender programming curriculum" to be used across all U.S. prisons.

The DOJ’s Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) entered a contract on July 1, 2021, with The Change Companies in Carson City, Nevada, for $1.5 million for developing transgender-specific programming for transgender prison inmates.

The BOP's Office of Public Affairs explained in a statement to Fox News Digital that The Change Companies is creating a curriculum for transgender federal inmates that "teaches techniques to seek support for mental health concerns and skills to advocate for physical, emotional, and sexual health and safety."

"The BOP provides services and programs tailored to address the needs of the transgender population," the statement read. "By entering into a contract with The Change Companies, the BOP is able to expand program offerings for transgender inmates."


Webmaster addition: Are you kidding me?!?

Posted on: Jul 05 17:30

For more than 60 years, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has known that the changes occurring to planetary weather patterns are completely natural and normal. But the space agency, for whatever reason, has chosen to let the man-made global warming hoax persist and spread, to the detriment of human freedom.

It was the year 1958, to be precise, when NASA first observed that changes in the solar orbit of the earth, along with alterations to the earth's axial tilt, are both responsible for what climate scientists today have dubbed as "warming" (or "cooling," depending on their agenda). In no way, shape, or form are humans warming or cooling the planet by driving SUVs or eating beef, in other words.

But NASA has thus far failed to set the record straight, and has instead chosen to sit silently back and watch as liberals freak out about the world supposedly ending in 12 years because of too much livestock, or too many plastic straws.

In the year 2000, NASA did publish information on its Earth Observatory website about the Milankovitch Climate Theory, revealing that the planet is, in fact, changing due to extraneous factors that have absolutely nothing to do with human activity. But, again, this information has yet to go mainstream, some 19 years later, which is why deranged, climate-obsessed leftists have now begun to claim that we really only have 18 months left before the planet dies from an excess of carbon dioxide (CO2).

The truth, however, is much more along the lines of what Serbian astrophysicist Milutin Milankovitch, after whom the Milankovitch Climate Theory is named, proposed about how the seasonal and latitudinal variations of solar radiation that hit the earth in different ways, and at different times, have the greatest impact on earth's changing climate patterns.

Posted on: Jul 05 17:30

Fact: At least 37 school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence have been committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs resulting in 175 wounded and 82 killed (in other school shootings, information about their drug use was never made public—neither confirming or refuting if they were under the influence of prescribed drugs).  The most important fact about this list, is that these are only cases where the information about their psychiatric drug use was made public. (See full list below)

The below list includes individuals documented to have been under the influence of psychiatric drugs and not only includes mass shootings, but the use of knives, swords and bombs.  27 international drug regulatory agency warnings cite side effects including mania, violence, psychosis and even homicidal ideation.

Posted on: Jul 05 16:52

The Biden administration is planning to sue Arizona over a new state law that requires proof of citizenship to vote for president.

Kristen Clarke, the assistant attorney general of the civil rights division of the Department of Justice, said she has authorized going to court over what she contends is a violation of the 1964 Voting Rights Act. The only thing that would stop that, Clarke said in a letter to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, is if the state is willing to settle the issue, presumably by an agreement not to enforce the law.

Brnovich responded Friday telling her, in essence, he will see her in court.

And he told Capitol Media Services this is about more than simply protecting the state's right to ensure that only citizens vote in elections. Brnovich said there is reason to believe all this is part of some larger scheme by some, including "neo-Marxists'' to allow people not in this country to influence elections.

The legal issues however, may not be as clear as Brnovich contends, with two conflicting laws.

Posted on: Jul 05 15:46

A Florida judge temporarily blocked a new 15-week abortion ban days after it took effect in the state.

However, a state appeal means the court’s order has automatically been stayed, keeping the law in place for the time being.

“In a lengthy ruling issued Tuesday, Leon County Circuit Court Judge John Cooper stated that the recent Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization – which overturned Roe v. Wade – has no bearing on this case. That is because while Roe was based on the idea of a right to privacy that is not explicitly in the Constitution, the Florida state constitution specifically does include a right to privacy,” Fox News reported.

“The right to privacy under the Florida Constitution is ‘much broader in scope’ than any privacy right under the United States Constitution,” Cooper wrote.

Posted on: Jul 05 15:22