Got to thinking about the hundred mile drive to Medford and the back roads where there is no cell service.  Got to thinking about a man who had an appointment to meet a sheriff and was ambushed and murdered.  So I opted to do a whole bunch more work and file by certified mail with return receipt.
Continue reading “The Common Law Writ for the Mandamus for the Response”

Stars and Stripes – by Rose L. Thayer

The Defense Department has agreed to spend about $52.5 million to operate and maintain observation blimps at the U.S. border with Mexico as part of an ongoing mission in the region.

The original request to support the blimps called for about 1,500 additional troops to deploy to the border mission that supports the Department of Homeland Security and began in 2018, according to Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas.  Continue reading “Pentagon agrees to spend $52M on blimps flying surveillance missions at the U.S.-Mexico border”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The FBI on Wednesday raided the home and campaign office of Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX), a frequent critic of President Joe Biden.

According to the Texas Tribune, FBI spokesperson Rosanne Hughes said authorities were “conducting court-authorized law enforcement activity,” and had appeared to seize evidence from the Democratic lawmaker’s home. Continue reading “FBI Raids Home, Campaign Office Of Democrat Biden Critic Rep. Henry Cuellar”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Last week’s eruption of the volcano near the Pacific island nation of Tonga was 600 times more powerful than the nuke dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, in World War II. As a result, the eruption was so loud that many Tongans went deaf after the first explosion.

“The first explosion…our ears were ringing and we couldn’t even hear each other, so all we do is pointing to our families to get up, get ready to run,” Marian Kupu, a journalist on Tonga, told Reuters.  

Continue reading “Volcanic Eruption Was 600 Times More Powerful Than Hiroshima, Many Tongans Went Deaf During Explosion”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

A new report released on Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that unvaccinated people who recovered from COVID-19 were better protected than those who were vaccinated and not previously infected during the recent delta surge.

The researchers evaluated the data from 1.1 million Covid-19 cases among adults in California and New York (which account for 18% of the U.S. population) from May 30 to Nov. 20, 2021. Continue reading “CDC Reveals Natural Immunity Acquired Through Previous Infection of COVID-19 Provides More Protection than Vaccines”

Daily Mail

Victoria’s Secret mogul Les Wexner let former friend Jeffrey Epstein abuse girls at his sprawling Ohio mega-mansion, according to an explosive new lawsuit obtained by

Wexner, 83, has faced mounting scrutiny over his decades-long ties to Epstein but has always insisted he knew nothing about his sex trafficking crimes.  Continue reading “Victoria’s Secret mogul Les Wexner let Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls”

Patch – by Max Bennett

MEDIA, PA — The expulsion of a Delaware County high school student violated that student’s right to free speech, according to a ruling by the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.

The court recently decided Rose Tree Media School District’s expulsion of a Penncrest High School student after the student posted violent lyrics from a death metal band goes against the United States and Pennsylvania constitutions. Continue reading “Delco Student’s Profane, Shocking Snapchat Post Ruled Free Speech”

Children’s Health Defense – by David Charbonneau, Ph.D.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson today ended all Plan B pandemic restrictions in the UK, including working from home, vaccine passports and mask mandates for public spaces, including schools.

In announcing the change, Johnson saidContinue reading “UK Ends Vaccine Passports, Mask Mandates, as Prime Minister Faces Calls for Resignation”


AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Democrat Beto O’Rourke said Tuesday that his campaign for Texas governor raised $7.2 million in the first six weeks of a race that could wind up as one of the nation’s most expensive in 2022.

The announcement, made on the deadline in Texas for campaigns to submit their latest finance reports, is an early marker of whether O’Rourke can remain a fundraising powerhouse in his latest comeback after failed bids for the U.S. Senate and president. Continue reading “Beto O’Rourke raises $7M in first weeks of bid for Texas governor”

Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

Joe Biden on Wednesday gave a rare press conference where he called on a list of pre-approved reporters.

This is Biden’s first press conference in several months. Continue reading “Joe Biden Claims Empty Shelves is a Myth, “99% of the Packages Were Delivered on Time and Shelves Were Stocked””

The Blaze – by Dave Urbanski

Virginia’s Fairfax County Public Schools is in the news yet again, as the Daily Wire reported that a teaching tool indicates that being a “military kid” is among a long list of privileges.  Continue reading “Public school teaching tool reportedly says being a ‘military kid’ means you have ‘privilege’ — and reaction is pointed”

Natural News – by Ethan Huff

To supposedly fight the latest wave of “covid,” the communist Chinese regime is delivering a death blow to the supply chain by shutting down some of its busiest and most important ports.

China’s “covid-zero” policy means that consumer goods will now have an even more difficult time getting out of China to the rest of the world. Some of the supply is being rerouted through Shanghai, but it will not be enough to avoid the same types of congestion bottlenecks – or worse – that occurred last summer. Continue reading “China shuts down more ports due to “covid,” global supply chain collapse imminent?”

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Carhartt may be one of the rare brands that appeals to both rural workers and urban hipsters with its rugged outdoor gear, but it now finds itself at the center of a controversy that is dividing its customer base: Workforce vaccine mandates.

Some customers are vowing to boycott Carhartt products after a January 14 internal memo from CEO Mark Valade surfaced on social media. The memo focuses on the Dearborn, Michigan-based company’s response to the Supreme Court ruling on the Biden administration’s vaccine rules for large workforces — which the high court struck down. Despite the ruling, Valade wrote, Carhartt would maintain its corporate policy of requiring its 5,500 workers to be vaccinated.  Continue reading “Carhartt CEO says he’s still mandating staff vaccinations. Now he’s facing a boycott.”