Aaron Goldstein, a gun-control advocate seeking election as Illinois Attorney General, was robbed at gunpoint by three men who failed to obey the city’s strict gun-control laws. He was in a local park posing for a campaign photo when he came face-to-face with the consequences of gun-control laws. Luckily, no one was harmed. In a bizarre turn of events, Goldstein refused to give a detailed descriptions of his attackers.
Syria: President Assad’s army objects to the continued presence of the US military and vows to drive it out. It says the US is training anti-government militias in the interest of protecting Israel. American neocon, General McMaster, however, says that 80% of Syria’s army is made up of Iranian proxies.
Jason Fyk says that when Twitter shut down President Trump from its platform for 10 minutes, it was to test public reaction. Twitter may be planning to take down his account permanently. Facebook recently blocked the opportunity for hundreds of thousands of people to make money from their Internet content. Fyk calls for regulations, but can we trust Congress? The problem is far more systemic than that. The solution starts with draining the swamp in schools and government.
Pennsylvania state legislature Senator Mike Folmer is seeking support for a law to require medical professionals to obtain informed consent from parents, which would require that they be told of potential risks associated with the ingredients of vaccines. He also is planning a resolution requesting Congress to repeal the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act that shields vaccine makers from liability for vaccine injuries and prevents parents from suing for damages.