Kellogg’s announced on Tuesday its decision to pull ads from conservative media giant Breitbart.com 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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The government is waging cyberwarfare against its own citizens

03/08/2017 09:55
by John W. Whitehead   The U.S. government is waging cyberwarfare against its own citizens.   According to the Wikileaks Vault 7 data dump, government agencies such as the CIA and the NSA have been spying on the citizenry through our smart TVs, listening in on our phone calls, hacking into our computerized devices (including our cars), and compromising our security systems through the use of Trojan horses, spyware and malware.   These latest revelations confirm what The Rutherford Institute has been warning about for years: the government remains the greatest threat to our freedoms.   Mind you, this isn’t targeted surveillance carried out with a court-ordered warrant...

Oregon's assisted suicide data proves legalization is a terrible idea

03/07/2017 10:34
by Paul Stark   Oregon was the first state to legalize assisted suicide. Advocates of legalization hold it up as a model for other states to follow. The Oregon Health Authority recently released its report on assisted suicide for the year 2016. This data-though limited and incapable of revealing abuses (it is based on the self-reporting of the doctors who prescribe lethal drugs for suicide)-is more than enough to establish that legalization is a terrible idea. The report shows that concerns about pressure and coercion are fully warranted. The prescribing physician was present at the time of death in only 9.8 percent of cases in 2016; a different health care provider was present in...

NY Times reported that WH received evidence of Trump campaign investigation from 6 agencies wiretaps

03/06/2017 08:42
by Orly Taitz   Mark Levin appeared on FOX and friends today, March 5th, and provided a list of multiple publications by the left wing media, all stating that according to their sources in the government 6 government agencies investigated Trump and his campaign and they presented the WH with the results of wiretap investigations. NY Times is among those publications. First FISA court application was made in June 2016, it was denied.  Government was told to narrow the application. Application was narrowed, word Trump was removed and the second, more narrow application, was granted in November. Nothing was found, but the wiretap and surveillance continued. 6 agencies...
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NEWS & EVENTS


MassResistance   UPDATE!!

"Comprehensive sex-ed" battle in Omaha gets huge coverage in
state's largest newspaper. MassResistance affiliate group forces
issue into statewide spotlight.

Ignited by parents who refuse to take "no" for an answer. Surprisingly unbiased coverage of hot-button topic by ultra-liberal newspaper. Article reveals that sex-
ed program is more radical than most parents in Omaha realize! More

On Sunday morning, Feb. 12, Nebraska's largest newspaper devoted three-quarters of the front page (and several more inside) to the boiling "comprehensive sex-ed" controversy in Omaha.