VIDEO Hillary’s 9/11 Collapse: Will Clinton Make it to Election Day?

Sept 12, 2016   by  Selwyn Duke   There clearly is something wrong with Hillary Clinton. Very, very wrong. The Democratic nominee’s shocking collapse at Sunday’s NYC 9/11 ceremony has finally broken the mainstream-media blackout on discussing her waning health, concerns over which had previously been dismissed as “conservative conspiracy theories.” Washington PostClinton sycophant Chris … More VIDEO Hillary’s 9/11 Collapse: Will Clinton Make it to Election Day?

U.S. Lawmakers Aim to Block Obama’s Internet Giveaway

Sept 10, 2016 by  Alex Newman   With Obama illegally plotting to hand over a crucial piece of the Internet’s architecture to a United Nations-style outfit before he leaves office — and potentially crush Internet freedom as we know it in the process — Republicans in Congress are fighting back. Among other serious concerns, lawmakers have been … More U.S. Lawmakers Aim to Block Obama’s Internet Giveaway

Pain Clinic Leaves Hypodermic Needle In Back Of Patient For Seven Years

  September 8, 2016  jonathanturley Most people go to Pain Clinics with the understanding that they are for the relieving rather than the causing of pain. However, Claudia Ball found out the hard way that that is not always true after being treated at the Breakthrough Pain Relief Clinic in Chesterfield. A jury found this … More Pain Clinic Leaves Hypodermic Needle In Back Of Patient For Seven Years

Mass. Law May Force Churches to Comply With Transgender Bathroom Policies

Sept 7, 2016 by  Raven Clabough   A new Massachusetts law may force churches to comply with controversial transgender bathroom policies, according to guidance issued by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, responsible for enforcing the state’s anti-discrimination laws. The guidance suggests that the state’s recently passed amendment allowing “gender identity” protections under its anti-discrimination law can … More Mass. Law May Force Churches to Comply With Transgender Bathroom Policies

The ABA’s Plan to Purge the Legal Profession of Christians, Conservatives

Sept 5, 2016   by  Selwyn Duke   You could either be a Christian, or you could be successful.” The preceding, a Hungarian tour guide explained early last year, is how her nation’s former communists dealt with Christians. And while it may seem those days are long gone, we today are increasingly being presented with a similar choice: “You … More The ABA’s Plan to Purge the Legal Profession of Christians, Conservatives

U.S. Supreme Court Fails to Reinstate North Carolina’s Voter ID Law

Sept 1, 2016   by  Raven Clabough   On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court failed to reinstate parts of North Carolina’s voter ID law that had been ruled as unconstitutional by a federal appeals court. With the Supreme Court divided 4 to 4 on the issue, the lower court’s ruling remains intact. North Carolina passed … More U.S. Supreme Court Fails to Reinstate North Carolina’s Voter ID Law