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Sandy Hook Families to Sue Bushmaster

bushmaster-sandy-hook-lanza-600x313 It is expected that, today, there will be an announcement that 13 Sandy Hook victims' families will be suing Bushmaster, the maker of the gun that was allegedly used by Adam Lanza in the Sandy Hook massacre of December 14, 2012.   I have previously reported on the oddity that there were no active Sandy […]

Another 213,146 Americans Volunteer for FEMA Camps

FEMA-Roundup-600x328 There is no doubt that the American people are a good people. We are quite concerned about the direction in which this country is headed. But we aren't too smart. Recently over 213,000 people signed one of those "We the People" petitions asking begging the Federal Government to classify the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist […]

Islam Has a “Farm Team” in America

muslim_inmates1-600x357 In case you are unfamiliar with the term "farm team," it is a baseball term used for those minor league affiliates responsible for developing players that will someday, hopefully, become skilled enough to join the big leaguers. It turns out that Islam has its own "farm team" that is producing 35,000-40,000 new prospects each year, […]

Benghazi Investigation Results: Republican Controlled House Committee finds Obama Admin Innocent of Wrongdoing

trey gowdy mike rogers freedomoutpostdotcom On Saturday, Mike Rogers, Chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, issued a statement following his committee's final investigative findings regarding the attacks in Benghazi: As the Committee's bipartisan report makes clear, the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into the Benghazi attacks focused on the Intelligence Community's activities before, during, and after the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, on […]

Is Rand Paul Trying to Warn Us of the Coming Internment Camps?

rand-paul-600x432 "I care that too much power gets in one place," Paul said in a speech in Lexington at the Kentucky Association of Counties conference. Yesterday Rand Paul was sounding off on Barack Obama's Executive Amnesty when he suddenly went down a curious path. Soon his warning of too much power being in the hands of one individual became a sobering historical reminder, and possibly […]