Saturday, October 22, 2016


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People hate Trump because they say he is dangerous, but his detractors are stealing and beating people to prove their point.

The latest craze is people stealing Trump signs, and some of the sign owners are being beaten for protecting their property.

Here is a woman assaulted and her sign stolen (the video was filmed by one of the thieves).

The sign stealing has become a big thing; they are disappearing all over the United States.

Then there is this guy who just runs over a Trump sign with his car. The idiot was dumb enough to post the video online and he got arrested.

If you have a sign, we don’t recommend doing this, but here is how one guy stopped people from stealing his signs.

This election is getting out of hand and people are getting hurt just for supporting a major party candidate for president.

Most of America can’t wait for this election to be over, but either way this thing turns out it feels like it is only going to get worse.

Do you have a Trump sign? Has it been stolen? Let us know in the comments below.

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Happy Earth Day! It’s a great day if you’re a liberal environmentalist who loves Mother Earth and is ambivalent towards showers.

It’s a less great day if you happen to be the girlfriend of Earth Day’s founder.

Here’s a tidbit you can bet they’ll leave off the pamphlets: Earth Day founder, Ira Einhorn, killed and composted his girlfriend back in the 70s, just a few years after he founded the hippie eco-holiday.

On September 9, 1977, Einhorn’s girlfriend, Holly Maddux–who had just broken up with him–came to his Philadelphia apartment to collect her things, which he’d threatened to throw out on the street unless she came over.

Einhorn was known for bringing awareness to environmental issues and for opposing violence. Advice that he should’ve taken back in 1977. Maddux was never seen again.

Eighteen months later, a downstairs neighbor complained about a brown, stinky liquid leaking from Einhorn’s apartment. Police came in, and they found Maddux’s severely-beaten body in a trunk, composting.

He missed his own lesson when it came to non-violence–but theoretically composting counts as being a good steward of the environment.

Einhorn fled the country just before his murder trial was about to begin in 1981, and wasn’t found and extradicted until 2001. He was convicted of murdering Holly Maddux and is now serving a life sentence in Pennsylvania.

Earth Day, for their part, has completely scrubbed Ira Einhorn from their official foundation story–declaring environmental activist Gaylord Nelson, a Wisconsin governor and U.S. Senator, as its official founder.

Einhorn maintains that, in addition to being the emcee for the first Earth Day event in Philadelphia, that Earth Day was his idea all along.

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An illegal alien pleaded guilty on Wednesday to killing a coworker in her home, stealing $6,000 from her, and then lighting her body on fire.

Juan Jimenez-Olivera, 30, met Sviatlana Dranko, also 30, when they were worked at the same pizza parlor in New Jersey–until April 29, 2014, when New Jersey police found the burned remains of Dranko after responding to a fire call.

Jimenez-Olivera allegedly raped Dranko–though that charge was dropped as part of his plea deal–and then strangled her.

In an attempt to cover up his crime, he placed a pillow case over her head and lit her on fire using a lighter.

Jimenez-Olivera sits in a county jail and will be sentenced in mid-September. He faces a recommended 30-year sentence without the possibility of parole for the murder count.

But if Jimenez-Olivera does manage to get a sentence that allows for parole, he might wind up a permanent resident of the United States in his old age: apparently Mexico might refuse to take him back.

Jimenez-Olivera’s sentence comes on the back of other high-profile murders by illegal aliens–including Kate Steinle, a 30-year-old San Francisco woman who was gunned down by an illegal alien while walking through a touristy plaza with her dad.

It also comes after controversial comments made by Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, who pointed out that–despite the narrative on the Left, about the so-called “DREAMers,” illegal adults who came over as children–many illegal aliens do not come over with the purest intentions.

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LATEST UPDATE – The suspect in the Charleston shooting, 21 year old Dylann Roof, has been caught in North Carolina.

9:00pm on Wednesday night, Dylann Roof, 21, walked in and started shooting inside a church in historic Charleston, South Carolina. At 110 Calhoun Street, which is home to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, the shooter left 9 victims in his wake and fled the scene.

There is an active manhunt for the suspect. The FBI released the suspect’s picture and name and the Charleston Police Department is requesting any information related to the shooting and the suspect.

The police do not believe that the suspect has left the area. In fact there are a number of reports suggesting that the suspect is still in the area and threating to shoot up other places until he is caught.

The church is a predominantly African American and is the oldest AME church in the south according to the church’s website.

The crime has been called a “hate” crime being that the shooter was white and all his victims were black. There has been no real evidence to prove this is the case. The Mayor was the first to call the crime a hate crime.

“This is an unspeakable and unfathomable act by somebody filled with hate and a deranged mind.” – Charleston, S.C., Mayor Joseph Riley

A spokesman for the Justice Department says that federal officials are going to open an investigation into a hate crime. The FBI and the US Attorney’s Office for South Carolina are also opening up investigations.

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Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck pleaded guilty to fourth-degree statutory rape of a 15-year-old boy earlier this week after begin indicted last year on charges of rape, unlawful sexual contact and providing alcohol to minors.

Shattuck must register as a sex offender and may be ordered to serve up to 15 years in jail when she is sentenced in August.

Shattuck, 48, was accused in November of sexually abusing one of her son’s classmates, including performing oral sex on him in a rented vacation house in Bethany Beach.

She was seated at a trial table with her attorney, Eugene Maurer, and showed no obvious emotion as stood from her seat when Judge E. Scott Bradley entered the courtroom. The judge turned the pages of the plea agreement and then posed series of questions.

“Did you commit the offense you are pleading guilty to?” he asked.

“Yes,” Shattuck said.

A number of other charges, including more serious third-degree rape counts, were dropped as part of the plea agreement.

Michael W. Modica, a former Delaware prosecutor, said the deal was consistent with precedent saying the sentencing guidelines called for up to two years in prison – a recommended sentence not binding on the judge. Modica, now a defense attorney said:

“I don’t think she was treated any differently because she was a woman…” “She’s looking at a pretty serious potential sentence.”

As part of the plea, Shattuck agreed to no unsupervised contact with children, except her own, and to have DNA and HIV tests as well as a mental health evaluation that will include “sexual disorder counseling.”

Modica added that the most serious consequence of her plea is that she’ll have to register as a sex offender for 25 years in Delaware. And because she lives in Maryland, Delaware police will notify Maryland officials, who will consider whether she needs to register under Maryland law.

According to an affidavit for a search warrant filed in Baltimore County District Court, the illicit affair began in May 2014 when Shattuck began a flirtation with the boy on the social networking site Instagram. The boy’s identity was not disclosed in press reports about the case.

What began as flirting crossed the line into physical contact and then rape when Shattuck took the boy out of school to kiss him in the back seat of her Escalade.

Then, over Labor Day weekend while on vacation with her children at Bethany Beach, she performed oral sex on him twice according to investigators.

At the time of the assault, Shattuck was in the process of separation from her husband so she could forged “a new, independent identity” according to The Baltimore Sun. But rape charges “left Shattuck’s carefully crafted image as a devoted mother and charity worker in tatters.”

According to The Baltimore Sun:

“Shattucks’ divorce, which ended a 17-year marriage, was finalized days after a nine-count indictment against her was unsealed in November.

Custody arrangements for their three children have not been publicized, but Modica said her ex-husband could use the rape conviction as ammunition in any dispute.”

Shattuck, who was free on an $84,000 bond, pleaded guilty the day before a hearing that was to be the last pretrial hearing before the case headed to trial.

After the hearing, Shattuck stared at a half-dozen reporters seated in the benches before retiring to the trial table where she stood until one of her lawyers led her into the public gallery where she signed some paperwork before being led by her attorney to private room to talk.

Outside, some onlookers waited on the pavement in front of the courthouse eager to see who the news cameras were waiting for.

Shattuck, surrounded by a group of women supporters who had been with her all day, emerged from the building and crossed the street to a waiting SUV. Shattuck ignored questions as she entered the SUV and drove off.

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Lacie LaRose, 19, was a pretty blonde college student attending a graduation party at Blinn College in Texas. She was shot and killed over a fight that began as an argument over a beer pong game.

Her killer is now claiming that the students at the party are all a bunch of racists.

Ronald McNeil, the 39-year-old alleged killer, crashed the graduation party with some of his friends. After they got in a heated argument with the host, Landon Duke, about the rules of beer pong, they were asked to leave–and a physical altercation took place, where a number of college students had to physically drag them out of the party.

McNeil returned with a pistol–and proceeded to shoot up the house.

LaRose had gone out to the backyard at that exact moment to bring more beer inside, and was hit and killed by one of the 14 bullets fired by McNeil. Two more partygoers were also injured.

McNeil claims that he was only trying to “scare” the predominately white group of college students at the party with his pistol, and fired his gun accidentally. That’s a story a bit harder to believe considering he fired it 14 times.

But, even more baffling McNeil claims that the whole thing was a response to “racism” from the college students. McNeil claimed that attendees “were yelling racial slurs and beating up his friend.”

Duke, the host of the party, said he didn’t recall any slurs being used–and that the situation only escalated into physical violence because the party crashes, including McNeil, simply refused to leave otherwise.

McNeil, after killing LaRose, dragged her body into the garage, where Duke quickly found her after coming outside upon hearing the shots. McNeil was caught fleeing by College Station police.

McNeil is currently sitting at the Brazos County Jail, having been charged with murder, deadly conduct, and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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In a bizarre effort to prevent rape on college campuses, the Department of Justice National Institute of Justice awarded almost $600,000 to the University of New Hampshire to create an online video game – aimed at college age men – to teach them about rape and sexual assault prevention.

According to the grant request, the video game, which can also be played on a smartphone, is designed to “deliver a prevention strategy to men in an online application, a format that they use daily, male participants will report increased attention to the message.” Huh?

The university is using the grant to create an Interactive Simulation Video Game “Advisory Board” comprised of “professionals from the behavioral sciences, victim services, prevention, public health, criminal justice, and game design fields.”

The game will be based on the university’s sexual prevention program (sexual prevention?) and bystander marketing campaign (?) to sell posters that depict conversations about rape.

After it is developed, the video game will be tested on 480 students.

How the students will be selected… using what criteria to learn if a “sexual prevention program” (written by whom with what qualifications pursuing what agenda) is effective… with no control group (unless the students are divided equally between those who have committed raped and those who have not) were issues not addressed in the grant request.

“Practicing is the key to prevention,” said Sharyn Potter, the co-director of the University of New Hampshire’s Prevention Innovations sexual violence prevention program who is leading the video game project. We need to go to our target audience and make sure we’re doing this right.”

Target audience? Practice? Practice what?

She added that the game would seek to depict “real life” college parties for students to practice bystander skills.

“We’ve found that if the scenario doesn’t look like a party they would go to on a Saturday night, the intervention is not effective,” Potter said. “It really has to resonate with college students, or there’s no sense in doing this.”

What “intervention” is, how its’ effectiveness can be measured and why the entire exercise is based on the premise that “sexual assault and violence” are routine activities at parties were also questions that went unaddressed. And to muck things up even further:

“The game will be based on the University’s “Bringing in the Bystander” In-Person Prevention Program and the “Know Your Power” Bystander Social Marketing Campaign.”

The marketing campaign features posters of “guy talk,” which tries to depict “real” conversations between students about sexual assault.

“My friend Jeff is the man,” a young man in one poster says. “He got this girl passed out drunk and then nailed her.”

“You’ve got to be kidding. Your friend raped her,” replies another. “Your friend is pathetic.”

In another example, “Guy Talk 2,” the friend Jeff “banged this passed out chick at the party last night.” A good response is “That’s so not cool. What’s wrong with you? Your friend is messed up!”

“Guy Talk 3” appears to imply that a man plans on raping another man he met online. “I met this guy online. He’s coming to my apartment and I’m getting him drunk. We’re hooking up whether he wants to or not.” “That’s not okay,” a friend replies. “That’s rape.”

“Guy Talk 4” shows a group of frat boys planning a party, as one says he won’t drink to “make sure the guys stay in line.” “Good call,” his friend replies. “We don’t want a repeat of the rape that happened last year.”

Other posters depict dorm rape scenes, parties and a lesbian yelling at her girlfriend.

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A joint federal and state welfare fraud investigation ended this week in Alabama with simultaneous police raids at 11 locations and 17 arrests related to improper transactions involving the SNAP food stamp system.

According to authorities, the early morning raids named “Operation T-bone” involved local convenience stores accused by Jefferson County District Attorney Brandon Falls of buying Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards from benefit recipients for half the actual value that were then “flipped” for more expensive food from wholesalers.

As a result, food stamp recipients collected cash to buy prohibited items that included alcohol and tobacco – products they are barred from buying with their welfare benefits. Deputy District Attorney Cynthia Raulston said:

“(Welfare recipients) are selling their cards to get those things.” “Part of the problem, in my opinion, is now they don’t have their food stamps card so they don’t have the money to take care of their families or themselves…” “I think it’s a huge cycle of remaining impoverished.”

EBT debit cards were introduced by the government to replace “paper” food stamps in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)… to take the stigma out of presenting paper food stamps for payment in grocery lines in front of third parties… and to dispense benefits to recipients each month electronically.

According to Connor Wolf writing for The Daily Caller:

“The investigation itself was a huge effort by local and federal agencies, including the District Attorney’s Office, the FBI, the Gardendale Police Department, the Alabama Department of Human Resources and the Secret Service along with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) which administers the federal SNAP program.”

Chris Clark, the lead investigator in the case for the district attorney’s office, told the Alabama Media Group that it was the largest cooperative investigation he had ever been a part of and that participating agencies did anything they could to help – a partnership that Clark looks forward to continuing in the future.

Wolf continued his report by saying:

“SNAP is the nation’s largest food-assistance program. According to a report from the USDA, the program has increased from 17 million participants in 2000 to nearly 47 million in 2014. The size alone has prompted concern among many lawmakers of the potential for abuse.”

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), which administers the nation’s many nutrition assistance programs, reports that trafficking in SNAP debit cards diverts an estimated $858 million each year from the food assistance.

Food stamp critics believe the rate is much higher citing the fact that the latest food stamp fraud numbers available from the government are only as current as 2011. Millions of recipients have been added to the SNAP program over the last four years.

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New York City is quickly falling into chaos–simply because their most liberal mayor in decades, Bill de Blasio, refuses to do his job in keeping his city safe.

Murders are up nearly 20% in 2015. It’s been on the rise for the past two year–the first time that’s happened in decades. De Blasio only took office in 2013–the uptick in murders began almost exactly when he took office.

Leaders on both sides of the aisles are beginning for the far-Left mayor to do something to stop the sudden uptick of crime in their neighborhoods.

Even Natasha Christopher, the mother of a 14-year-old boy who was shot in the back of the head in Brooklyn, pleaded with the mayor:

“Please do something to save lives,” Christopher said. “There are more children dying. There are parents burying their children when it shouldn’t be happening.”

De Blasio’s latest idea? “Get a lot of guns away from the bad guys.”

Of course, the problem is New York City already has some of the strongest gun laws in the nation.

The bigger culprit is that the far-Left de Blasio has been famously soft on crime. Last year, he cheered on supporters who were later chanting, “What do we want? Dead cops!” And his relationship with NYPD got so frosty in the aftermath that, when he attended a funeral for a murdered NYPD officer, officers turned their backs to him.

De Blasio also controversially stopped NYPD’s “stop, question, and frisk” policy–which gave NYPD the jurisdiction it needed to question people who looked like they were up to no good.

That policy, which was a fixture of the last two decades under Mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg, was widely credited with helping restore New York City to its former luster. Before Giuliani took office and overhauled how NYPD dealt with crime, even Midtown Manhattan–one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the world these days–was wrought with violence and mayhem.

De Blasio deemed the policy “racist.”

Except now his criticism is coming from leaders in the African-American community too–who are fed up with high crime and no action, no matter how much the mayor sugarcoats it.

Rev. Calvin Butts of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem slammed the mayor for high crime.

“The mayor needs to pay attention,” he said. “…People will organize against him.”

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Here’s a scary thought: internet thieves could have all of your tax information–including sensitive and classified data like Social Security numbers.

More than 100,000 records in total were breached, the IRS quietly announced the security breach on Tuesday. The data was stolen between February and mid-May, meaning that virtually anyone who filed taxes for the bulk of tax season could be at risk.

According to the IRS, the breach occured when thieves cleared security and accessed a system called “Get Transcript,” which allowed them to download personal information.

More than 200,000 taxpayers were actually targeted–and still may be compromised–but, as of now, the IRS commisioner John Koskinen said that as far as they can tell only about half of the hack attempts were successful. Meaning that 100,000 were hacked for sure, and another 100,000 the IRS just doesn’t know yet.

Tax returns are one of the most sure-fire ways to steal an identity because it includes almost all of a person’s government data: social security number, date of birth, pension numbers, list of dependents. While not everything was compromised during the hack, the IRS admitted that the thieves got away with a great deal of personal information about their victims.

Koskinen said that the hackers are the real deal: “These are actually organized crime syndicates that not only we but everyone in the financial industry are dealing with.”

So, if you filed taxes between February and May, be alert: hackers could be after your identity.



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