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Draw Down Continues: Kellogg’s Laying Off Over 200 in Minnesota

Kellogg’s announced on Tuesday its decision to pull ads from conservative media giant because its 45 million monthly readers are not “aligned with our values as a company.”

Boycotting mainstream American ideas is an act of discrimination and intense prejudice. If you serve Kellogg’s products to your family, you are serving up bigotry at your breakfast table.




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Obama's Legacy..Military Purges

06/07/2017 12:36
by Anomymous The picture is of the five first line US nuclear carriers docked together in one place. Just like Battleship Row, Pearl Harbor , December 7, 1941.  This picture was taken the February 2014 in Norfolk , Virginia … Obama ordered 5 nuclear carriers into harbor for "routine" (?) inspections. Heads of the Navy were flabbergasted by the directive but had to comply as it was a direct order from their Commander-in-Chief. The carriers were all pulled out from the MIDDLE EAST and the Afghanistan support role leaving our land forces naked and exposed! NORFOLK, VA. (February 8, 2014). This is the first time since WWII that five nuclear powered aircraft carriers were docked...

SCOTUS Refuses to Hold Police Liable for Shooting a Homeless Couple During a Warrantless Raid

06/06/2017 09:40
by Nisha Whitehead   WASHINGTON, D.C. — Continuing a disturbing trend of siding with police in cases of excessive use of force, the United States Supreme Court has reversed lower court rulings that found police liable for recklessly firing 15 times into a backyard shack in which a homeless couple—Angel and Jennifer Mendez—was sheltering. Angel Mendez suffered numerous gunshot wounds, one of which required the amputation of his right leg below the knee, and his wife Jennifer was shot in the back. A unanimous Supreme Court ruled that the Los Angeles County police officers’ use of force against the homeless couple was justified as a defensive action, because Angel’s silhouette was...

Unemployed but not Counted

06/05/2017 09:45
by  Stephen Bronars   The official unemployment rate of 7.9% is about the same as it was in January 2009, and a broader measure of joblessness that also includes recent labor force drop-outs has only risen from 8.8% to 9.3%.  These figures give the appearance that the number of jobless workers today is about the same as it was 46 months ago.  This misconception is largely the result of the government’s official definitions of unemployment and labor underutilization.  Specifically, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) can and should adapt its measures of underutilized (marginally attached or discouraged) workers to reflect the current economic reality. To understand...
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Featured Podcast: WI State Sen. David Craig: Reining in Policing for Profit


Heartland Institute Research Fellow Jesse Hathaway talks with Wisconsin state Sen. David Craig about why civil asset forfeiture reform is needed in the Badger State. Wisconsin legislators are considering a bill, sponsored by Craig, curbing the ability of law enforcement officials to seize private property from suspected criminals. Craig’s bill removes the “policing for profit” motive inherent in the current law by requiring all asset forfeiture proceeds go to Wisconsin schools instead of local law enforcement agencies. LISTEN TO MORE