Oct 14 2015

School Tries to Ban Halloween to Be PC

ban Halloween, kids costumes

Last week, a Connecticut school district announced a decision to ban Halloween and any related festivities on the grounds that the holiday excludes too many students for cultural and religious reasons. The decision was communicated to parents and families by a letter from the principle, setting strict guidelines for clothing, classroom decorations, and seasonal behavior. …

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Aug 02 2015

Woman Shoots Alleged Serial Killer in Attack

alleged serial killer Neal Falls and his kill kit

An alleged serial killer is dead after being gunned down by an intended victim in mid-July in Charleston, West Virginia. 45-year-old Neal Falls responded to an online sex-ad on backpage.com and, upon entering the woman’s apartment, pointed a gun at her chest and asked her if she wanted to live or die. The woman – …

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May 24 2015

VIDEO: Why I Carry a Gun (It Can Happen to You)

People always tell stories of defensive gun use, but it’s never you or someone you know. Many people think that they will never need a gun or will never have to protect themselves. I recently found myself in a dangerous situation and have no one to protect me but myself. That’s why I carry a …

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Feb 17 2015

BREAKING: National Concealed Carry Reciprocity?

national concealed carry reciprocity

Hold the presses – a bill to allow national concealed carry reciprocity has been introduced in Congress by Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn. S. 498 is currently sitting with the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, but the bill is not alone! Another three concealed carry reciprocity bills have been introduced – H.R. 923, which was …

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Jan 31 2015

No Charges For Cop Who Fatally Shot Sleeping 7-Year-Old

Aiyana Stanley-Jones no-knock raid

A Detroit police officer who fatally shot a sleeping 7-year-old girl in 2010 is being cleared of all charges. The officer has already faced two trials, and officials announced Wednesday that the case will be dismissed. Officer Joseph Weekley was originally charged with involuntary manslaughter and careless discharge of a firearm causing death – a …

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Jan 29 2015

Students Forced to Drop Pants for Feces-Related Search

Students Forced to Drop Pants for Feces-Related Search

In the pervasive zero-tolerance climate in today’s schools, things just got weirder. A group of elementary students at a Gustine, Texas public school were recently forced to lower their pants for a school “poop inspection.” The children were, in fact, forced to engage in a strip search over feces. About two dozen children were rounded …

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Jan 24 2015

Vigilante Attacks Legal Gun Owner, Gets Arrested

Wal-Mart seems to be a never-ending setting for “guy with a gun” stories gone wrong. In this instance, a Florida man saw a legal gun owner and decided to take action by tackling him and putting him in a chokehold. The plot unfolded when 62-year-old Clarence Daniels went to Wal-Mart to purchase coffee creamer for …

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Jan 04 2015

Connecticut Teen Forced to Undergo Chemo Against Her Will

Cassandra C forced to undergo chemo

A 17-year old girl – named only “Cassandra C” in court documents – is being forced to undergo chemotherapy against her will by the state’s child protection agency, the Department of Children and Families (DCF). In September, Cassandra was diagnosed with late stage Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Doctors recommended she undergo chemotherapy as treatment, but the teen …

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Jan 03 2015

Hoodie Ban Could Cost You $500 in Fines (Or Jail Time)

hoodie ban

Laws associating hoods with crimes are nothing new. Oklahoma already has a law on the books banning the use of hoods during a crime. Many similar laws – like this law from 1923 – are associated with the Klu Klux Klan. Fast forward to today, when protesters are taking to the streets more than ever, …

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Dec 17 2014

Glenn Beck’s Person of the Year: Votes Say Larken Rose, Beck Says “No Votes”

Glenn Beck’s Person of the Year: Votes Say Larken Rose, Beck Says “No Votes”

In case you love liberty and haven’t been on the Internet in the last 24 hours, there are big things happening over at Glenn Beck’s Facebook page. Here’s the low-down: Glenn Beck posted a poll yesterday, asking his readers for suggestions and votes on his “Person of the Year.” The thread – which can be …

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