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Consummate political insider Roger Stone makes a compelling case that Lyndon Baines Johnson had the motive, means, and opportunity to orchestrate the murder of JFK. Stone maps out the case that LBJ blackmailed his way on the ticket in 1960 and was being dumped in 1964 to face prosecution for corruption at the hands of his nemesis attorney Robert Kennedy. Stone uses fingerprint evidence and testimony to prove JFK was shot by a long-time LBJ hit man—not Lee Harvey Oswald. President Johnson would use power from his personal connections in Texas, from the criminal underworld, and from the United States... Read more →

A woman who was a protester at an anti-Trump rally in Kansas City, Missouri on March 12 has been arrested for abuse of a service animal in the wake of her assault on a mounted police officer’s horse during the protest. Mounted police personnel were assisting in crowd control in downtown Kansas City when one protester, 29-year-old April Foster, approached an officer and his horse, “Dan.” Foster began screaming in Dan’s face in an apparent effort to frighten him and prompt him to retreat, and, when that effort failed, Foster slapped the horse in the face with her open hand.... Read more →

Once again, a state’s attempts to legislate in favor of religious freedom are being met with socially-based blackmail at the hands of America’s leading business entities. In this case, it is the National Football League that threatening unfortunate consequences to the state of Georgia and city of Atlanta if Gov. Nathan Deal signs into law House Bill 757, which protects clergy should they choose not to perform marriage ceremonies “in violation of their legal right to free exercise of religion,” and also “protect[s] property owners which are religious institutions against infringement of religious freedom.” The NFL is saying that the... Read more →

Alaska Airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating after an iPhone 6 belonging to a passenger traveling from Bellingham, Washington to Honolulu, Hawaii burst into flames while she was watching a movie on the device during the flight. The passenger, Anna Crail, is a 19-year-old college sophomore who was traveling to Hawaii for spring break. As she told KOMO-TV, “All of a sudden there was like 8-inch flames coming out of my phone, and I flipped it off onto the ground and it got under someone’ seat, and the flames were just getting higher and a bunch of people... Read more →

Controversial GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump will reportedly meet with roughly two dozen high-profile and influential Republicans in Washington, DC today, in a get-together organized by Alabama Republican Senator Jeff Sessions. As you may recall, Sessions endorsed Trump at a Madison, Alabama Trump rally in February, and now Sessions is apparently doing what he can to smooth relations between Trump and many in the so-called Republican establishment. This is not to be an official meeting, according to reports, but, rather, something more off-the-record. Trump was already scheduled to be in the nation’s capital today to address the annual policy conference... Read more →

Hopefully, it will be a trend – after years of traditional, fast-food chains being bullied by social engineers into adding healthier menu options, as well as deciding on their own that there was a seat for them at the popular fast-casual table, one has decided to go back to being what it was before, and what it has always been, really: a fast-food joint. According to an article over at by Julie Jargon, Burger King is making the decision to modify…including simplify…its menu, and re-establish itself as a purveyor of sinfully delicious, inexpensive burgers, fries, and the like. Burger... Read more →

President Obama’s selection as Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the passing of Antonin Scalia is being seen by many as a strategic, effort to passively-aggressively engage Republicans as he winds down his eight years as chief executive. While many on the right have been fearful of Obama using the nomination to elevate a fringe-left jurist who would help to slant the Court in such a way that would guarantee progressive rulings for many years to come, the president instead selected someone who is seen as much more of a moderate. While his less-than-radical approach to... Read more →

A 21-year-old University of Virginia student has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor by North Korea’s Supreme Court for what many observers see as a crime roughly akin to a college prank. Otto Warmbier of Wyoming, Ohio, was a traveling in North Korea on backpacking tour arranged by Young Pioneer Tours when he was arrested on January 2 of this year, while waiting to board his flight at Pyongyang airport to depart the country and return to the United States. He was charged by authorities with “acts of hostility against the state” in connection with his theft of... Read more →

Privacy and the Internet have never been comfortable bedfellows. The inherent nature of the Internet, in the minds of many, precludes the very idea of privacy. Of course, many of us do not agree, and citizen and consumer advocacy groups have long been very firm in their belief that simply because one is on the Internet, that should not mean he has abdicated a genuine right to privacy. Now, the Federal Communications Commission appears (finally) swayed by the idea that consumers should have some say about the kind of information collected on them by Internet service providers (ISPs), as well... Read more →

Many of you know that I just returned from Italy yesterday. We paid only $1,600 for our eight day travel package (for two people). If you don't already follow me on Facebook, you can see all of the pictures by going here. I will be doing a special webinar on Wednesday night at 8 pm Eastern on how I got this trip, what I liked and did not like, what I learned about scams to avoid, risks on the street (pickpockets, panhandlers, etc...) and more. If you have ever wondered about those really great travel deals that you see online,... Read more →

News has come to light that former Subway spokesman and convicted child molester Jared Fogle was injured in an altercation in the recreation yard at Littleton, Colorado’s Englewood Prison back in January. Fogle was apparently attacked and beaten by another inmate, 60-year-old Steven Nigg, who is at Englewood serving time for a gun conviction related to a decades-old crime spree in which he robbed a motel, convenience stores, and a gas station. According to reports, Fogle emerged from the beating with a bloody nose, scratched-up neck, and a swollen face. For his part in the assault, Nigg was reportedly sent... Read more →

Although the likelihood that House Speaker Paul Ryan could emerge from the July GOP convention in Cleveland as the party’s nominee for president seems remote, the fact that such a possibility is being discussed at all speaks volumes about the disarray in which the Republican Party presently finds itself. At this hour, there are conflicting reports as to whether Ryan would accept the nomination if it came his way, but we know that he seemed open to the possibility as of recently. Ryan has not been a declared candidate this time around, although he was the vice-presidential running mate of... Read more →

Austin Welby, the senior bishop and principal leader of the Church of England, in acknowledging the “genuine fear” that many in Great Britain have over the long-term (and not so long-term) impacts of mass migration to the country, said that it is “outrageous” to characterize those concerned as racist. Welby, in an interview with Parliament’s The House magazine, pointed out that the mass migration currently at play throughout much of Europe is actually a “colossal crisis,” and that it is “reasonable” for the citizenry to be “anxious” about what is going on. Rather than dismissing the fears as “racist” and... Read more →

As calls continue to grow around the country for more attention to be paid to threats to the power grid, so, too, has the stature of those sounding the alarm. While we’ve not heard the President of the United states address these threats, including those posed by an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, attack, in a direct way with the American people (yet), it is difficult to find someone much better placed and with more credibility on the subject than the chief of the National Security Agency, Admiral Michael S. Rogers, and he has been very vocal on the subject. Most... Read more →

The violence at rallies for GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is a bad sign, in and of itself, but it is the prospect of what that violence is really telegraphing that is even more worrisome. Unless you have been living under a rock, you’re surely aware of the troubles that have been blowing up at Trump rallies in recent days; as the left has determined that Trump cannot be defeated at the voting booth, it has decided to do what it can to overtly create havoc at wherever Trump goes to speak. Most notable of the disruptions was that which... Read more →