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Gun Rights Advocates Up In Arms Over Police Firearm Buyback Allowed On Facebook

Many individuals are up-in-arms after the Miami police decided to initiate a gun buyback that they are promoting on Facebook. The social media corporation refuses to take down the video after it has been reported numerous times, which gun rights advocates claim is blatant hypocrisy. “Our ongoing gun buyback program gives citizens the opportunity to turn in any unwanted firearms or any firearms they might have inherited but don’t know what to do with them,” City of Miami Police Lt. Freddie Cruz said in the video. “Our gun buybacks are a great opportunity to take some guns off the street… Keep Reading

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Rejects The Founding Fathers On States’ Rights

Referencing immigration, Attorney General Jeff Sessions came out strongly against the idea of states’ rights. He inferred that the states have no recourse but to submit to federal law. “There is no nullification. There is no secession. Federal law is “the supreme law of the land.” I would invite any doubters to Gettysburg, and to the graves of John C. Calhoun and Abraham Lincoln,” Jeff Sessions said during a recent gathering with the California Peace Officers’ Association. However, Sessions’ words are at sharp odds with the Founding Fathers themselves, who created the United States of America in an attempt to… Keep Reading

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Nigel Farage Exposes European Union Hypocrisy Over Trump’s Tariffs

President Donald Trump’s recently announcement that he was going to levy tariffs on foreign aluminum and steel has challenged the “free trade” consensus pushed by globalists throughout the world. The European Union has been particularly harsh in its criticisms toward the U.S. President. These criticisms, as pointed out by Brexit engineer and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, are steeped in hypocrisy. “Thank goodness, a world leader is calling out the European Union. When Trump announced 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum as tariffs, the European Union were the loudest critics in the world, saying how dreadful it… Keep Reading

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State Department Shakeup Puts Refugee Resettlement Program At Risk

Today’s big announcement from the Trump administration was a shake-up in the state department. Former CIA director Mike Pompeo replaced Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, but a smaller change in the state department may have broader ramifications for the refugee resettlement program. Andrew Veprek was recently appointed to be Deputy Asst. Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM). He was formerly an aide of Stephen Miller, an immigration hawk who has been demonized relentlessly by the mainstream media, and is expected to continue Miller’s agenda at his new post. He will likely take aim at the refugee… Keep Reading

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Corporate Media Intensifies Propaganda Blitz Against Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency

As cryptocurrencies have taken off, the corporate media has attacked the concept on a wide variety of grounds from practicality to environmental concerns. John Oliver of HBO recently took pot shots at Bitcoin during his weekly comedy show, hoping to influence his young audience into rejecting the developing technology. On his show, Oliver compared Bitcoin to $15,000 beanie babies. He featured Bitcoin enthusiasts who he could profile as kooky including Don Tapscott, co-founder of the Blockchain Research Institute, who said that hacking a Bitcoin would be “like turning a Chicken McNugget back into a chicken.” Oliver called Bitcoin “everything you… Keep Reading

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Southern Poverty Law Center Targets Anti-Establishment Leftists In Russia Conspiracy Theory

Leftist-anarchists in the US, apparently displeased with mainstream liberal Russia conspiracies, have decided to aid the western intelligence agencies by concocting an even more outrageous ‘Russian plot.’ On Friday, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the liberal go-to non-profit for “tracking hate groups,” published a piece by red and black anarchist author and geography lecturer Alexander Reid Ross titled “The Multipolar Spin: How Fascists Operationalize Left-Wing Resentment.” The piece, which has since been removed (you can still read it here) after “receiving some concerns” about claims made concerning independent journalist Max Blumenthal. For those who didn’t see the piece, Ross… Keep Reading

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Internet Pioneer Calls For Regulation Of Tech Companies To Stop Big Brother

As social media corporations become more hostile toward free speech, calls are increasing for regulation to be imposed on those companies forcing them to curtail their policies of Orwellian censorship. The founder of the World Wide Web has come out in favor of such reform. “What was once a rich selection of blogs and websites has been compressed under the powerful weight of a few dominant platforms,” Sir Tim Berners-Lee said, according to a report in The Guardian. Berners-Lee is celebrating the 29th anniversary of his invention, and felt it was necessary to call out this threat to free and… Keep Reading

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The Importance Of Startup Political Publications: Entrepreneurship And Information

Years ago when I was in my first year of undergraduate study at my university, I had an inkling of what I desired to do as a career outside of pure academia: political journalism. But in order to do it and make something of a living at it, I didn’t quite know where to start – politically, I was a bit of a square peg, with my socially liberal views oftentimes seen as directly contradictory to my fiscally conservative ones. And yet, a handful of smaller publications that shared my vociferously individualistic approach to political writing, and fortunately, they decided… Keep Reading

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