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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Stealing from the Citizenry: How Government Goons Use Civil Asset Forfeiture to Rob Us Blind

03/21/2017 10:24
  by John W. Whitehead “Americans are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but civil forfeiture turns that principle on its head.  With civil forfeiture, your property is guilty until you prove it innocent.”—“ Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture,” Institute for Justice In jolly old England, Robin Hood stole from the rich to give to the poor. In modern-day America, greedy government goons steal from the innocent to give to the corrupt under court- and legislature-sanctioned schemes called civil asset forfeiture. In fact, according to The Washington Post, “law enforcement took more stuff from people than burglars did.” This is how the American...

6 Deadly Digital Vices That’ll Get You Hacked

03/20/2017 10:34
by Chris Campbell Since the beginning of time,” a wise sage once told me at a Vietnamese pool hall as he slapped the eight ball into the corner pocket and collected his dongs, “there’s been two types of organisms. The suckers and the sucker [expletive deleted]s.” In 1849, Samuel Williams, the first suckee to take the label “confidence man,” snatched more watches over his years than he could count. And all he had to do was ask one simple question: “Have you the confidence in me to trust me with your watch until tomorrow?”   Not wanting to offend this new charismatic friend, the strangers obliged — and, of course, never saw the man again.   And every suckee worth his...

Kansas Supreme Court Rules That a Reclined Car Seat Is Suspicious Behavior & Can Be Used by Police as a Justification for Warrantless Searches

03/17/2017 11:22
by Nisha Whitehead   TOPEKA, Kan. — Declaring that motorists who recline their car seats are guilty of suspicious behavior, the Kansas Supreme Court has given police the green light to carry out warrantless searches of cars in which the seats are in a reclined position and plastic baggies are visible. The ruling in State v. Howard follows in the wake of other court rulings in recent years upholding warrantless searches and seizures by police for such “suspicious” behavior as having acne scars, driving with a stiff upright posture, having car windows that are too heavily tinted, driving too fast, driving too slow, failing to maintain speed, following too closely, improper lane changes,...
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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.