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  1. Oh no, they would never have a conflict of interest.
  2. The MSM is getting more and more click baity, the titles to articles are so long because they want to make people think they don't even have to read the entire thing. For awhile it would go in waves, like 3 of one event spaced close together, such as elementary school shootings. Then it was university shootings. Terrorist attacks. Mass shootings. Flavor of the month kind of thing was getting obvious to me. It seems like they backed away from that and are barraging us with everything they can squeeze a story from. Most have a motive... to take rights.
  3. I've been saying this on forums since 2014. People wake up wondering at the new ordinances and things that they act like happened in outer space. lol I don't live in a town and I'm really happy because the government doesn't come around much at all. Unless they're doing utility stuff. But if you do have a town council or even an HOA, you'd better go and see what they're up to or you'll wake up to all kinds of rules and regs.
  4. The Evidence Inside The “House Intel Committee Four Page FISA Memo”… To understand the Four Page House Intelligence Memo at the heart of today’s FISA Abuse stories, it helps to understand why the memo is needed. We wrote about the issue in a March 2017 outline called: “The Nunes Paradox” – SEE HERE As the year-long story has unfolded, there are two central components at the heart of the political corruption and weaponization of the DOJ and FBI: ♦First, corruption within the DOJ and FBI that included their use of unlawful use of FISA-702 exploits; and ♦Second, how that intelligence information was extracted, passed along to those outside government, repackaged, and reconstituted into the “Steele Dossier”. The finished, albeit sketchy, intelligence was later returned to the FBI to request lawful FISA court surveillance authority. It is a circle of “intelligence laundering”. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/01/19/the-evidence-inside-the-house-intel-committee-four-page-fisa-memo/
  5. Maybe it's just a horrible thing that happened and the government is going to capitalize on it to take away rights from others. They're quite efficient as using crisis of any kind to take any modicum of freedom anyone has. Real or manufactured event, doesn't matter in that respect. Of course, it matters if it's real because all those kids suffered at the hands of monsters. But that doesn't mean all home schoolers do that and they are going to use it as if they did. It's the same thing anytime the anti-gunners can get a foothold. Also, the news is more adept at getting it out there and keeping it out there and the pols are faster at churning out new laws. It's "for the children". Almost a guaranteed slam dunk for legislation to get passed.
  6. Here's some more news to analyze on this situation that they're going to use to crack down on Home Schoolers. Collective punishment is how the U.S. operates on every level of government. <snip> The victims told investigators they started being tied up as a punishment “many years ago.” The charges against the Turpins stem from incidents that began in 2010 when the family moved from the Fort Worth area in Texas. At the time, the parents were living apart from their children, only dropping food off “from time to time.” In 2010, the family moved to Mirada, California and then to Perris in 2014. The neglect and abuse “appeared to intensify over time,” and each time the family moved, Hestrin said. “What started out as neglect, became severe, pervasive, prolonged child abuse,” he said. The district attorney said the Turpins began by hogtying their children with ropes. When they were able to escape, they started using chains and padlocks to restrain the siblings to their beds for “weeks or even months at a time.” While they were chained up, the children were “often not released to go to the bathroom.” They were also only allowed to bathe once a year. Hestrin said the couple locked their children up as a punishment for washing their hands above the wrist area. Both parents would accuse them of “playing in the water,” and they would be chained up. The punishments also included “frequent beatings and strangulation,” Hestrin said. When the siblings were not chained, they were locked in different rooms and fed “very little” and “on a schedule.” “About the only thing the children were allowed to do in their rooms or chained up, was to write in journals,” Hestrin said. Investigators found “hundreds” of journals, and said they are currently combing through them for evidence. “I think those journals are going to be strong evidence of what occured in that home,” he said. <snip> https://www.rt.com/usa/416355-turpin-not-guilty-plea-news-conference/
  7. Those mental midgets that run town councils and who are mayors etc. on the down low levels of politics are EXACTLY the same kind of sharks that swim in D.C. I don't know where they found an asshole school for all of them to go to but they must have. Edit: My point is, they affect us on a physical level with their laws and ordinances much more than D.C. so there are like millions of swamps to drain everywhere.
  8. Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Thursday and claimed that he has been “made aware” of “credible information regarding potential terrorist infiltration through the southern border” on the Las Vegas massacre. <snip> http://dailycaller.com/2018/01/18/perry-potential-terrorist-las-vegas/ WTH? Is going on here?
  9. GOP lawmakers demand that 'alarming' memo on FISA abuses be made public A four-page memo circulating in Congress that reveals alleged United States government surveillance abuses is being described by lawmakers as “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming,” with one congressman likening the details to KGB activity in Russia. Speaking with Fox News, the lawmakers said they could not yet discuss the contents of the memo they reviewed on Thursday after it was released to members by the House Intelligence Committee. But they say the memo should be immediately made public. “It is so alarming the American people have to see this,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan said. “It's troubling. It is shocking,” North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows said. “Part of me wishes that I didn't read it because I don’t want to believe that those kinds of things could be happening in this country that I call home and love so much.” <snip> http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/01/18/gop-lawmakers-demand-alarming-memo-on-fisa-abuses-be-made-public.html "Is this the U.S. or the KGB... that's how alarming it is".
  10. I guess I wasn't too far off with my ATF attacking the Amish comment, it's just another layer of the red tape people that got them.
  11. They can only find fake bombs? Have they ever found any real ones?
  12. <snip> Three attackers, at least one of them armed with an axe, stormed a school in the Siberian city of Ulan-Ude and used a Molotov cocktail to set the building on fire. It is the second school attack in Russia in the space of a week. Initial reports in the local media said a ninth-grader stormed the school with an axe and attacked a teacher and at least three students. He chopped off one of the victim's fingers, according to some reports. Russia's Investigative Committee has confirmed the attack, saying three students and a teacher were injured. The attacker has been detained <snip> https://www.rt.com/news/416352-school-axe-fire-attack-siberia/
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