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Antifa ‘Berkeley 5’ Found Not Guilty of 5-on-1 Gang Beatdown of Trump Supporter

June 20, 2018 Berkeleyside 1

All five Berkeley Antifa members were found ‘not guilty’ of misdemeanor assault, despite testimony from a police sergeant and firemen who saw the attack. Judge Alison Tucher allowed dozens of Antifa supporters who filled the audience to remain in the courtroom despite outbursts, hissing, and booing.  The judge did not follow legal procedures and allowed intimidation in the courtroom. […]

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Southern Poverty Law Center Apologizes and Pays Out $3.75 Million to Drop Defamation Lawsuit

June 19, 2018 Fox News 1

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) claims to combat hate, racism, and bigotry, but it has a history of listing groups that it disagrees with as ‘hate’ groups. The SPLC agreed to apologize and pay $3.75 million after it accused Maajid Nawaz and his group that counters extremism, Quilliam, of being anti-Muslim. Nawaz has dropped his threatened lawsuit alleging defamation by the SPLC. The SPLC has gained unprecedented power over censorship since it partnered with Google, Youtube, Facebook and Twitter. […]

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TV Poll: 71% of Liberals Don’t Want Peace with North Korea because Trump Would Take Credit

June 18, 2018 InfoWars 0

A live TV poll taken on Michelle Wolf’s Netflix show found that 71% of the comedienne’s leftist audience would prefer conflict and potential nuclear war with North Korea instead of peace, with credit going to President Trump. The results show that the hatred that has been stoked against Trump is so deep that leftists are willing to sacrifice our lives and our country in order to be right. […]

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Canada: New Premier of Ontario Says Carbon Tax’s ‘Days Are Numbered’

June 18, 2018 Daily Caller 0

Doug Ford was recently elected as the new Premier of Ontario, and he has promised to end the carbon cap-and-trade system in his province when he takes office.  He also promised to fight Trudeau’s federal carbon tax and environmental policies. Ontario participates in a cap-and-trade partnership with neighboring Quebec and the debt-ridden state of California. Ford says that carbon pricing inhibits business, hurts families and doesn’t do anything for the environment. […]

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NFL Announces Polarizing New Policy for the National Anthem

June 5, 2018 Deadline 0

Players who don’t wish to participate in standing at attention the option of staying in the locker room. Those that do not comply will subject their team to fines. The league is polarized as many players support the protests that angered fans last year as advertisers dropped off and ratings fell. The league said it would contribute $100 million to social activist causes, hoping that bribe would end the division. […]

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Parkland Student Gun Control Activists Launch 75-Stop Summer Tour

June 5, 2018 Breitbart 2

Gun control activist David Hogg is planning a summer tour with 75 stops across the country to register pro-gun voters and to push legislators to pass more gun control laws. Fellow Parkland student Emma Gonzalez said the message to politicians is, “If you don’t support this, … it’ll look like you’re going against kids.” […]

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Missouri Governor Eric Greitens Resigns over Sex Scandal

May 31, 2018 Breitbart 0

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, a former Navy SEAL officer and Rhodes Scholar, was seen as a rising Republican star until he was forced to admit to an extra-martial affair dating back to 2015. He was accused of taking a compromising photo of the woman and blackmailing her with it (the photo was never discovered). A second criminal investigation resulted in charges that he improperly used a charity mailing list for fundraising during his political campaign. Greitens says his prosecution is a politically motivated witch hunt. […]