by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars:
A political website is offering a $1 million dollar bounty for a whistleblower to leak Hillary Clinton’s medical records.
Soros Hack Reveals Plot Behind Europe's Refugee Crisis; Media Manipulation; Cash For "Social Justice"
Did Bill's Rape Accuser Convince Hillary That Sexual Assault Victims No Longer Have A "Right To Be Believed"?
Last Thursday, the Daily Caller broke the story that the FBI, who previously refused to recommend charges be brought against Hillary Clinton amid her email scandal, is now investigating the Clinton Foundation with the support of U.S. attorneys in New York.
The Clinton Foundation’s main offices are in New York, and the move to work with local prosecutors there is a departure from the FBI’s previous, centralized investigations, which coordinated with the Department of Justice.
A senior law enforcement official, who has intimate knowledge of FBI activity, told the Daily Caller that the involvement of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York “would be seen by agents as a positive development as prosecutors there are generally thought to be more aggressive than the career lawyers within the DOJ.”
The law that bans federal funding for Medicaid coverage of most abortions is now in the spotlight some 40 years after it was passed by Congress, emerging as an election issue in the national debate over the procedure.
First approved in 1976, and renewed annually ever since as part of the congressional appropriations process, the Hyde Amendment makes exceptions in cases of rape or incest, or when a pregnancy endangers a women’s life.
For most of its existence, the amendment had broad bipartisan support in Congress, but that’s now changed. At their recent national convention, Democrats for the first time included in their platform a call for the Hyde Amendment to be repealed. Their presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, is embracing that stance, even as it risks creating friction within the party.
The following is the latest update as of August 12, 2016 regarding the lawsuit filed to stop weather geoengineering, aka Solar Radiation Management (SRM) and/or stratospheric aerosol spraying or injections (SAI).
The legal team of pro-bono lawyers sent out the required 60 day notice of an anti-geoengineering lawsuit, which is a legally required first step that notifies all agencies and violators of intent to file a lawsuit, but also provides an opportunity for those agencies and violators to achieve compliance, i.e., stop aerosol spraying, thus preventing the lawsuit from being filed against them, which apparently all have disregarded and continue with the stratospheric spraying. That legal filing can be found on the Internet at this site:
A local range/gun store asked me to put together training for their employees who carry at work.
That’s pretty much everyone on the floor and the range offices. There are plenty of handgun proficiency tests around, including a couple good ones here on Ammoland. So putting the basic together was not too hard.
The issues started when a few of the employees wanted to carry 1911’s. Some of the younger employees objected saying that 1911’s are not safe and that they’re obsolete; that only Glocks are safe.
They didn’t want to be around 1911’s that were locked and cocked.
Episode 1049b. Milwaukee is on fire, riots being pushed to declare a state of emergency. Russia has intel that the US is preparing chaos is Macedonia and Greece.Italy wants to help Libya create a national force. Italy is now warned that there are ISIS cells in Milan. US is quietly carving up Syria while no one is looking. Russia reports every-time the US wants a ceasefire the terrorists rearm during this period. US might use tactical nukes as a last resort in Syria.
Marshall, MO — As tensions between police and citizens rise amid tragic police shootings and despicable attacks on cops, two officers in Missouri were exposed for faking a story about being shot at — and their supervisor helped cover it up.
Donald Stouffer, the prosecuting attorney in Saline County in central Missouri, dropped all the charges against a man who was accused of trying to shoot police officers.
In a press release last week, Stouffer said he saw no evidence that Carl Roettgen even had a gun when the two Marshall police officers tried to arrest him for a parole violation.
“After hours spent examining the video, trying to reconcile the video with the two officers’ statements, and consulting with staff, I reached the difficult conclusion that no reasonable juror could find the officers’ accounts credible,” he said.
In this video, Rachel Blevins looks at the recent civilian casualties in Yemen at the hands of the U.S.-backed Saudi led coalition, and questions why the U.S. still considers Saudi Arabia a close ally?
Hillary Promises a New Government Agency to Open Up Our Borders … Hillary’s open borders policy will reach fruition if she becomes president. In fact, she said … she is going to open up a new government agency to help illegal aliens and get them on a path to citizenship. She has already said that in her first 100 days, she will go much further than Barack Obama. – Independent Sentinel
Months ago, we predicted that the North American Union would return as a political issue in this presidential race. Hillary intends to move in this direction if elected.
Once president, she will reportedly take emphatic steps to do to the US what has been done in Europe: Combine countries in a larger, streamlined “partnership.” In this case the countries are Canada, Mexico and the US.