Gateway Pundit | He was going to commit mass murder. Until the pastor stopped him.
New American | In the contentious area of child vaccinations, Australia is apparently paused to go where no Western government has gone before.
Breitbart.com | President Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett met with Black Lives Matter activists yesterday at the White House.
Michael Krieger | Are drones coming to a police department near you? Possibly.
RT | A US teenager has been detained with the use of force and hit several times for jaywalking in Stockton, California.
National Journal | A bipartisan bid to reform an electronic-privacy law has the support of the tech community and the White House.
Michael Krieger | When I say that the rule of law is dead in America, I am not exaggerating.
Louder With Crowder | She’s an actress. She’s a very good one. Based on the following quotation, she’s also kind of an idiot, if you delete the “also” part.
EAG News | “Please refrain from saying, ‘God bless you’ during the classes and exams,’” KGBT reports.
John W. Whitehead | In the American police state, you’re either a prisoner or a prison bureaucrat.
PINAC | Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies then searched the man’s home, finding no guns, before they apologized and went on their way.
Daily Caller | The hometown newspaper of Colorado U.S. Rep. Jared Polis is censuring the Democrat for his “spectacularly bad” proposal for how to deal with campus sexual assault.
EAG News | “Somebody needs to stand up.”
AFP | The specter of armed drones surfaced with a law passed in North Dakota last month that allows police to equip the aircraft with teargas.
Daily Caller | A bipartisan group of black mayors, city councilors and community leaders is set to offer presidential candidates an alternative to the activist group’s “antagonistic approach.”
PINAC | Natasha McKenna died naked. And handcuffed. And leg-shackled with a piece of plastic over her face preventing her from seeing, spitting and breathing.
Bizpac Review | “It’s open season on killing white people and crackers.”
London Telegraph | Charlotte Proudman shamed Alexander Carter-Silk for calling her LinkedIn picture ‘stunning’, but she too has praised men online for their good looks.
Campus Reform | The “edit-a-thon” was designed to purge phrasing considered offensive from Wikipedia entries on topics such as LGBTQ, feminism, and human rights issues.
Jim Hoft | Good luck with that.
Daniel McAdams | The US government has already assassinated a pro-ISIS Tweeter and is discussing whether to make taking out social media “warriors” a matter of US policy.
New American | There is a growing anti-police sentiment in the United States as the result of the slanted, incendiary mainstream media coverage.
John W. Whitehead | What began with the passage of the USA Patriot Act in October 2001 has snowballed into the eradication of every vital safeguard against government overreach, corruption and abuse.
Joshua Krause | It’s amazing how quickly cultural attitudes can change on a particular subject, sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
Mike Krieger | What’s the deal with government employees thinking they have the liberty to sexually molest the citizens they are supposed to be working for?
Free Thought Project | A video uploaded to Facebook yesterday is garnering a massive amount of attention, for good reason.
Gateway Pundit | 23 police officers have been gunned down this year, so far, in the line of duty.
Michael Dorstewitz | It’s called the First Amendment freedom of expression.
CNN | She wants to do her job without serving alcohol in accordance with her Islamic faith.
Daily Mail | One elementary school had decided to do away with boys’ and girls’ bathrooms. There will now just be bathrooms.
London Telegraph | Kermit has denied rumours that the woman he’s been spotted out and about with is his new love – but that didn’t stop people being outraged.
Gateway Pundit | A Columbia, Illinois says they were traumatized after vandals marked “All” on their “Black Lives Matter” yard sign.
Washington Free Beacon | How the unprecedented partnership came together.
EAG News | Now, it’s Andrew Jackson’s turn.
Gateway Pundit | “TONIGHT WE PURGE! KILL ALL THE WHITE PPL”
Kurt Nimmo | Militarized cops tell residents to stay inside their homes.
Life News | StemExpress removed a section that refers to “financial profits” available to facilities that provide “raw materials” to their company.
Breitbart | “We are now the target.”
Daily Caller | The public university CEO felt compelled to remind faculty members that they are required by law to adhere to constitutional speech protections.
The Hill | Pentagon officials are visiting the consolidated Naval Brig in Charleston, S.C., later this week to assess its suitability to house Guantánamo Bay detainees.
Breitbart | Rival companies competing for valuable livers, hearts and kidneys.
The Hill | Drone users are bristling at the Federal Aviation Administration’s method for calculating the number of close calls between the devices and commercial airplanes.
London Telegraph | Ukip leader refuses to say how many refugees he thinks Britain should take as he blames the EU for sending a message to migrants that they will be accepted.
EAG News | North Dakota students may or may not learn about the first 100 years of America’s history.
Breitbart | “I think ISIS is a very dangerous indeed, especially if you think about the prospects of nuclear weapons being developed in the Middle East.”
Mac Slavo | Free speech has officially failed.
Free Thought Project | A short video was uploaded to Facebook Saturday that epitomizes the rift between police and the citizens.
Prison Planet.com | They don’t want us to see other humans as people.
Prison Planet.com | Sheriff David Clarke placed blame for the execution of Harris County deputy Darren Goforth squarely upon President Barack Obama and former Attorney General Eric Holder.
Daily Caller | Black Lives Matter protesters marching on the Minnesota state fair on Saturday spewed violent anti-cop rhetoric.