Saturday, April 20, 2024


from NEM721:


90% of U.S. Cheese Contains GMO Made by Pfizer


by Ashley Armstrong, Childrens Health Defense:

Rennet is used as a clotting agent to curdle the milk into cheese, separating the liquid parts of milk from the solids. Pfizer makes a genetically modified rennet, but because of a labeling loophole, cheese containing Pfizer’s rennet does not have to be labeled as containing a genetically modified organism.

Story at a glance:

  • Traditionally, cheese was made with just four ingredients: milk, salt, starter culture and animal rennet.
  • Rennet is used as a clotting agent to curdle the milk into cheese, separating the liquid parts of milk from the solids. It’s an essential part of the cheese-making process.

It won’t be long until they declare gun ownership a mental illness

by David Risselada, America Outloud:

I like to rock the boat a bit, hoping that people will break away from the confines of the left/right media paradigm that controls so much of our thinking. Sometimes, this approach can get you into trouble, as certain beliefs permeate the public consciousness, and people have their aspirations wrapped up in the idea those beliefs will bring change. A good example is the topic I discussed in last week’s article concerning the gun control and mental health argument. The political right (and I don’t mean the politicians) heavily invests in the mental health argument against the left’s continued push for gun control. It seems to make sense because a person must be suffering from a behavioral disorder to be driven to commit mass murder.

Three Shootings in Ten Days That Derail All the Media Narratives on Gun Incidents

by Brad Slager, RedState:

Most of us are familiar with the media narratives when it comes to reporting on mass shootings. The familiar beats of coverage are so rote as to basically qualify as tropes.

Conversely, we see by now that whenever there is a deviation from the expected characteristics of a shooter the coverage is notably different. In fact, it has become a cliched punchline that if the featured individual is found to be a member from one of the protected minority classes then the response becomes, “…And that’s when the story disappeared from the front page.”

SHOCKER: Democrat Who Advocates Gun Control Has Spent Thousands on Private Security

by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:

Colin Allred is the Democrat who is challenging Ted Cruz for U.S. Senate in 2024. Allred advocates for gun control but has spent a lot of money on personal security for himself.

This is so typical. We have seen this exact same thing from members of the far left squad.

In their minds, their rights and safety are just more important than yours.

Townhall reports:

Labeling patriots a threat to national security may be the end game for civilian disarmament

by David Risselada, America Outloud:

Last week, at the height of the border crisis fiasco, the FBI arrested a Tennessee man for coordinating with several militia groups to go to the border and, to use his words, “get to work.” Paul Faye told the FBI he believed the government was planning to wage a war against its citizens and that he was hoping to unleash the hornet’s nest. He also revealed to the FBI that he intended to transport explosive munitions to the border to be used against government agents and illegal immigrants. It sounds like a perfect opportunity to charge him under the nation’s anti-terrorism laws. Yet, despite these intentions to start the next American revolution, Faye was only charged with selling an unregistered NFA item to an undercover agent.

Good Guy With a Gun Prevents Mass Shooting


by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

A massacre was prevented over the weekend, thanks to a good guy with a gun. Governments globally are looking to eliminate or severely restrict firearm usage, citing that civilians do not need to defend themselves. On Sunday, Genesse Ivonne Moreno, 36, entered a Houston megachurch wearing a black trench coat concealing an AR-15 featuring pro-Palestinian messaging. She did not expect two off-duty police officers to be seated in the pews.


from The David Knight Show:


Hawaii Defies Bruen Ruling, Voids Second Amendment in Aloha State


by Bob Adelmann, The New American:

In a remarkable reinterpretation of the Second Amendment, the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii ruled on Wednesday that an individual exercising rights guaranteed under that Amendment was guilty of violating the state’s laws supporting that right.

If that seems counter-intuitive to you, you’re not alone.

In its ruling the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii noted that the wording of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States is identical with the wording in Hawaii’s constitution:

Biden to pull trigger on background checks for PRIVATE gun sales?

from WND:

‘Would clearly violate the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution’

Joe Biden’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is working on a number of fronts to undermine, even devalue, the 2nd Amendment’s protections for the right of Americans to keep and bear arms.

And one of the campaigns involves creating new demands for background checks for private gun sales.

IRS Contractor Receives 5 Year Sentence for Stealing President Trump Tax Returns Along with Thousands of Other Taxpayers

from The Conservative Treehouse:

The leftist-media claim a 5-year sentence was harsh.  However, in terms of the violations of privacy and law the sentence was a mere slap on the wrist.

Charles Littlejohn (38) previously pleaded guilty to stealing and leaking the tax returns of Donald Trump and approximately 2,000 other high-profile people.  The tax returns were given to The New York Times and ProPublica, who published the contents of 152 individual tax returns.

US Gun Demand Hits Highest Level In Eight Months As Protection Needs Persist

from ZeroHedge:

Fears over the continued lawlessness in Democrat-run cities, President Biden’s southern border invasion, Democrats’ crusade in attempting to ban firearms, criminal gangs targeting neighborhoods nationwide, and, of course, mounting geopolitical risks with threats of major conflict, could be some of the reasons why Americans continue buying guns.

According to data from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), unadjusted criminal background checks rose 2.9% to 2.73 million in December, the highest in about eight months. However, compared with a year ago, gun buying has slumped 10% from 3.04 million.


from Gunowners of America:

According to a recent study, the homicide rate in the United States plummeted in 2023. The drop was so drastic in fact, the study’s author was quoted saying that this is likely one of the fastest declines in homicides ever recorded.

But is there a reason for the decline? We think so. It’s possible that the removal of gun control may have played a critical role in this decline.

In 2022, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in the case NYSRPA v. Bruen.

Concealed Carry Crime Stats 2023: The Impact of Open Carry on Crime in the U.S.


by Sam Jacobs, The Burning Platform:

Report Highlights
  • There are 26 states with permitless concealed carry freedoms
  • Washington, D.C., has the highest rate of firearm-related homicides even though it has strict carry laws
  • 83% of states with permitless concealed carry have a homicide rate at or below the national average
  • 45% of states with no permitless concealed carry laws have homicide rates above the national average
  • 3 out of 5 of the safest five states in the U.S. have permitless concealed carry
  • 2 out of 5 of the top five most dangerous states in the U.S. have permitless concealed carry, and 3 out of 5 require permits for concealed carry
  • 84% of states have a lower violent crime rate in 2022 than they did before permitless concealed carry

United States Forms A 10-Nation Coalition In The Red Sea To Defend Against Attacks On Commercial Shipping Vessels From Huthi Rebels

by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:

The United States on Monday announced a 10-nation coalition against Huthi attacks in the Red Sea, with Britain, France, Bahrain and Italy among ten countries joining the ‘multinational security initiative.’