Seattle: A coffee-shop owner denied service to a Christian group and ordered them out of his cafe, claiming they were intolerant of gay people. In August, 2015, a Christian baker was ordered by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to provide a wedding cake for a gay couple against his will. The case is going to the Supreme Court this Fall. All eyes are on the Christians who were denied service to see if the law will be applied equally if they sue. [We are asked to think about whether or not the law should be applied equally, not about whether the law should be repealed. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if news sources would remind their readers that there is a third option: Get the government out of this issue completely, because it has no right to force anyone to sell anything to someone they don’t want to – and it makes no difference what their motives are. If we can be forced to sell something, we don’t own it. That’s inherent in the right to private property. If we grant government the power to force us to sell our property against our will, then there is lo limit to what we can be forced to do with it – or not to do with it. What we think about Christians or gays should have nothing to do with it.] -GEG
A Christian pro-life group that was recently ejected from a Seattle coffee shop over its local activism is attracting hundreds of thousands of Facebook views after footage of the encounter was posted online.
Members of Abolish Human Abortion recently decided to order drinks in Seattle’s Bedlam coffee shop after posting and distributing pro-life pamphlets in the local community. Activists who joined Caleb Head and Caytie Davis on Oct. 1 were soon berated and told the leave when they were identified.
“Are you going to tolerate it? Answer my f-ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f-ing watch it! […] Well then I don’t have to f-ing tolerate this! Leave! All of you. Tell all your f-ing friends, don’t f-ing come here.
A request by the activists to turn to Jesus was met with the response, “Yeah, I like a—. I’m not going to be saved by anything. I’d f- Christ in the a—. OK? He’s hot.”
The incident comes as the U.S. Supreme Court gears up to take the case of Jack Philliips, the Christian baker who was ordered by the the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to serve wedding cake to LGBT couples — or none at all.
A ban on the possession on bullets purchased out-of-state takes effect January 1, 2018. In 2019, everyone who buys ammunition in California will be required to undergo a background check like those currently required for firearm sales. [The plan is clear. Rather than direct confiscation of firearms, which is unconstitutional, would-be tyrants are gradually increasing rules, regulations, fees, and restrictions so that, eventually, firearms will be confiscated by assessments and red tape.] […]
The day before the election, a Montgomery County Circuit Court issued an order directing Alabama election officials to preserve all digital ballot images created at polling places. Less than three hours later, the state Supreme Court granted a stay on the order, thus allowing the destruction of the records. Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Ed Packard, the state Administrator of Elections, were behind the request to trash the records. The Department of Homeland Security supported the quick destruction of voting records. This stinks to high heaven. […]
Bulgaria acquired 213,519 Bitcoin after an organized crime ring was busted for placing a virus into computers at the Customs office that allowed members of the ring to avoid import taxes on their cargo. The group converted its gains to Bitcoin, which now is valued at $3.6 billion. [It is not clear from this article how the government was able to confiscate the Bitcoin inasmuch as cryptocurrencies are supposed to be secure against theft or government seizure. If anyone can tell us how this was accomplished, we will share it with our readers.] […]
The UNHCR is calling out for more money to keep the refugees from flooding Europe. The unspoken message is clear: “Pay up or be sorry.” [Crime syndicates use extortion threats like this to sustain their cash flow. It’s called the Protection Racket. “This sure is a nice bar you have. It would be a pity if some hoodlums came in here and messed it up or set fire to it. We can protect you from that – and it will only cost you $500 per week.” The Protection Racket is well known at the UN syndicate.] […]
A Bangladesh-born Muslim man, Akayed Ullah, was arrested for trying to bomb the New York Port Authority building, but the device strapped to his body exploded prematurely and only injured him. There was panic in the tunnel, and three other people were injured. Ullah told authorities “They’ve been bombing in my country, and I wanted to do damage here.” Ullah entered the US in 2011 as a foreign relative in the chain-migration program. Chain migration allows new immigrants to the U.S. to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives with them. […]
Democrat Senator, Kirsten Gillibrand, has called for President Trump to resign over the provably false ‘sexual misconduct’ allegations against him. In his Tweet, Trump responded: “Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer, and someone who would come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump.” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders shut down a reporter who tried to make accusations of sexism against Trump based on the phrase “would do anything”. Sanders suggested that people should get their minds out of the gutter. […]
Alabama elected Democrat, Doug Jones, in a tight race against Judge Roy Moore who was the target of a smear campaign by Democrats, the media, late-night comics, and George Soros. The Senate is now composed of 51 Republicans and 49 Democrats. [That is not as important as it may seem, because there is no conflict between the two parties on most important issues, such as US sovereignty, the Federal Reserve. and privacy. The leaders of both parties support global government, fiat money, and the surveillance state.] […]
650 people were arrested in the UK in 2017 for posting something to the Internet that was deemed by the government to be ‘offensive’. Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange visited the UK and asked people on the street for their opinions on free speech and censorship. Luke met Vernon Mussington who recently was arrested for the ‘hate crime’ of misgendering a trans-gender person by calling that person a “Geezer”, which is a common British word for a mature male. Mussington fought the case and, fortunately, was acquitted, but he had to defend himself in court. […]
InfoWars reporter, Owen Shroyer, filed a police report against Antifa masked members with guns who blocked him from attending a protest. He intends to press charges against Antifa for preventing his free speech, preventing his right to assemble, brandishing firearms, illegal detention, and intimidation with firearms. He also hopes to file a civil-rights charge with federal officials. His video shows that the Austin Police Department was on the scene but did nothing to help him. […]
The US Department of Defense has, indeed, been working on genetic-extinction technologies that could wipe out malarial mosquitoes, invasive rodents or other species, including humans. If they could advance the technology to the point where races and sub-species could be targeted, it could turn into a monstrous weapon. There is no oversight or ethical considerations for genetic experiments. […]
Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, the company that created the discredited ‘dirty dossier’ against Trump, sought to smear him as a candidate by trying to link him to convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. Journalist, Ken Silverstein, wrote the ‘hit piece’ for VICE magazine but was unable to provide any evidence other than that Trump and Epstein knew each other. Silverstein admitted that Fusion GPS intelligence is not known for accuracy. Silverstein may have been paid to write the hit piece. […]
Newly appointed FBI Director Christopher Wray was questioned by Congress whether investigator Mueller and FBI agent, Peter Strzok, turned the Democrats’ opposition dossier against Trump into an intelligence report to get a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign. Wray refuses to release the documents that would show if this suspicion is true or false. […]
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