Month: July 2020

Single mom makes beautiful gesture for injured police officer and the department returns the kindness

One single mother in Kansas City, MO, struck it big when she found a $1 bill on the street that turned into a winning lottery ticket. But Shetara Sims, the lucky $100 winner, didn’t keep it for personal use. Her 12-year-old daughter was with her at the time and suggested, “Mom, we should give that to the police officer who got shot,” meaning an officer who was shot in early July and is currently in the ICU. She instantly agreed.

Chinese officials at Houston consulate engaged in espionage and cyber theft, senior officals say

Chinese Communist Party officials operating at a consulate building in Houston, Texas, engaged in espionage operations on Beijing’s behalf and waged cyber attacks across the United States for at least a decade in one of the most sophisticated operations of its nature, according to senior law enforcement and State Department officials.

After Gorsuch sides with liberals, new precedent cited in trans case against Catholic hospital

A Catholic hospital in Maryland is facing a lawsuit from a transgender male that cites new Supreme Court precedent established last month when Trump-appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch sided with the liberal justices on the court.

Draft DNC platform declares White americans too rich, too privileged, and too evil

If this is a legitimate draft, the fact that it’s a merely a draft means nothing. It still reveals how ugly the Democrat Party has become and how ugly and divisive the future will be, should this approach to national politics ever prevail.

Horowitz: Exposing the maskerade: The questions every American should be asking about indefinite mask mandates

The trope of “just shut up and wear a mask” is not science, ordered liberty, or constitutional governance. It’s what they do in North Korea. We need real debate on the effectiveness of masks, the type of masks, the situations in which they are worn, the duration of time, the benchmarks that need to be met to measure effectiveness, and the process for promulgating these rules. We are no longer 24 hours into an emergency. We are four months into this virus, and it’s time to function like the representative republic that we are.

Google search blacklists major conservative websites in new censorship purge

Google search has blacklisted numerous major conservative websites by removing them from results in what appears to be a major new censorship purge.

Breitbart, the Daily Caller, Infowars, Human Events and Red State are all missing when a user searches directly for those websites on Google.com.

Key Republicans say newly declassified memos prove FBI spied on Trump during intel briefings

Key Republicans who led the effort to expose FBI abuses in the Russia collusion probe say newly declassified memos show agents improperly spied on candidate Donald Trump in 2016, recording his answers and actions during counterintelligence briefings.

Taxpayers have been funding Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam for decades

There are profound ethical implications of taxpayers funding one of the wickedest domestic hate groups of our time, especially one that openly discriminates based on race while acting on behalf of the federal government, in what appears to be a straightforward violation of U.S. laws.