Bill Gertz | FBI knew since 2013 shooter linked to violent jihad.
Activist Post | Signs are increasingly pointing toward the possibility of a false flag operation.
Daily Caller | The report urges DHS officials to “Reject religiously-charged terminology and problematic positioning by using plain meaning American English.”
Washington Examiner | Confidence in newspapers has hit an all time low in the latest Gallup survey, and TV news is also at a new low, the latest proof that Americans are losing faith in the media.
Townhall | The decision by the Vanderbilt staff was apparently pretty drama-free.
CNS News | House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul said today that “we are in the highest threat environment” he has seen since the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The Hill | That decision overturned a 2014 ruling in a lawsuit over the denial of concealed weapons permits by a sheriff in San Diego County.
Mac Slavo | Civil unrest could very well be in the near future, and these top minions of the system have plans to stay well away from all the chaos that could ensue.
New American | New York City has used taxpayer dollars to launch a campaign that encourages residents to use the bathroom of their choice.
Truth Revolt | “They were saying he was stupid.”
Andrew P. Napolitano | Granting access to internet browser histories would null the Fourth Amendment.
RT | British police are teaching Saudi officers hi-tech crime detection techniques that could lead to the “torture and execution” of pro-democracy activists, a human rights charity claims.
The Daily Sheeple | Almost one-third of those crimes involved stealing.
Truth Revolt | “The demonic figure simulates sexual acts.”
Heat Street | News that a university lecturers’ union has banned straight, white men from attending their equality conferences in a bid to create “safe spaces” is deeply depressing.
Daily Mail | The BBC has been ridiculed over an article suggesting the knight costumes worn by England football fans could be offensive to Muslims.
London Telegraph | Migrants cannot be imprisoned just because they have entered a country illegally, Europe’s highest court has ruled.
Infowars.com | Infowars reporter steps in.
Michael Krieger | You’d think the American pubic deserves to have access to this information before the election.
London Guardian | The Sisterhood will be an “intersectional, queer, trans and disability-inclusive space”.
New American | Anti-gun globalists will meet in New York City this week.
American Mirror | While Bill Clinton was campaigning in California on Saturday, one woman finally had a chance to say what she really thought of him.
Vice | Snowden said he had repeatedly attempted to raise his concerns inside the NSA about its surveillance of US citizens — and the agency had done nothing.
The College Fix | Represented by his mom, who can’t say anything.
Michael Snyder | We always knew that it was coming.
The College Fix | Poor Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
Campus Reform | Many of the page’s most popular posts mock those who do not identify as women of color.
London Independent | Just talking is enough to activate the recordings.
Information Liberation | “I’m afraid now in Germany … [The refugees are] all young men … so many young men, a few families with kids and all these young men.”
Washington Free Beacon | After ordering ‘national emergency,’ Obama admin finds no cyber danger.
The College Fix | Hard to hang a noose without the front desk noticing.
New American | “I wanted to see just how far young people are willing to go to accommodate those in the transgender community.”
Daily Mail | NUS black students’ conference voted for motion to abolish all prisons.
American Mirror | A fire department administrator thinks American flags waving from the back of trucks looks ridiculous and even went so far as to compare it to the actions of ISIS.
Daily Caller | One police department that planned to send 50 officers to the Republican National Convention has backed out after finding out the city of Cleveland’s insurance will not pay for the cops if they are hurt during the convention.
The College Fix | Despite plunging donations and enrollment figures, the University of Missouri has begun an independent audit “of its diversity and inclusion policies.” The cost: $1.1 million.
Information Liberation | “I’m not even going to engage in this conversation … it’s really beneath me”
London Guardian | Top counter-terrorism officer tells music executives to take extra security measures in run-up to festival season.
EAG News | A Brevard County School Board candidate was hauled out of Tuesday night’s school board meeting after he allegedly used inappropriate language in discussing a proposed transgender policy and refused to leave.
London Independent | Home Office to examine claims sharia courts – or councils – may be working in a ‘discriminatory and unacceptable way’.
Brandon Smith | The definition of “extremist” is a rather ambiguous issue primarily dependent on opinion rather than fact.
American Mirror | Police are working to track down two teens who allegedly punched the mother of a Hot Springs High School student in the face during an argument over a Confederate flag in the school parking lot.
Truth Revolt | Oh Canada!
Information Liberation | The Angry Birds Movie is apparently a red-pilled anti-immigration propaganda film.
Campus Reform | “Bellevue College Students United DEMANDS … low-cost full lunch packs that include water, fruits, vegetables, and sandwiches.”
Legal Insurrection | Black Lives Matters shut down Nero, police shut down journalist.
London Independent | Republican state senator Todd Weiler previously introduced a bill which called porn a ‘public health hazard’.
Breitbart | Vox.com has sought to reverse the overt Jew hatred of “Muslim selfie star” Zakia Belkhiri, blaming “Islamophobes” for using her comments as an “opportunity” instead.
The College Fix | The school administration claims it was worried about “age appropriateness.”
Campus Reform | “Yale aims to be a leader on this front. Part of what is important about the all-gender bathroom project and about putting it at the top of our commencement site, is this is about public signaling.”