FBI Narrative About the Jan. 6th Capitol ‘Insurrection’ Is IMPLODING

An explosive report over the weekend claims to show that alleged Capitol riot organizers were actually government informants and that, far from being in the dark, the FBI knew in advance it needed to harden the target and didn’t. The New York Times reported Saturday that “records, and information from two people familiar with the matter,… Read More FBI Narrative About the Jan. 6th Capitol ‘Insurrection’ Is IMPLODING

Democratic Party of Tennessee Admits To Violations After Misreporting Millions Of Dollars

The Democratic Party of Tennessee agreed to pay a six-figure fine to settle a Federal Election Commission case alleging that it misreported millions of dollars in campaign funds, according to new FEC documents. In January, FEC commissioners voted unanimously that they found “reason to believe that the Tennessee Democratic Party violated” the law by “failing… Read More Democratic Party of Tennessee Admits To Violations After Misreporting Millions Of Dollars

U.S. Navy is Liable for Mass Software Piracy, Appeals Court Rules

The United States Navy is liable for a mass copyright infringement. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit sided with the German software company Bitmanagement, which accused the Navy of copying software without permission. Bitmanagement claimed more than $500 million in damages, but the final amount has yet to be determined. The US Government… Read More U.S. Navy is Liable for Mass Software Piracy, Appeals Court Rules

Amid Capitol riot, FBI released files from Kennedy-era investigation into Nancy Pelosi’s father

While Washington, D.C. was riveted Jan. 6 on events at the U.S. Capitol, the FBI quietly released a trove of files from an “urgent” — yet seemingly controlled — investigation 60 years ago into Nancy Pelosi’s father. The files reveal the results of an intense two-month investigation into Thomas D’Alesandro, Jr., a Maryland politician who served in… Read More Amid Capitol riot, FBI released files from Kennedy-era investigation into Nancy Pelosi’s father

Ghislaine Maxwell loses bid to keep deposition excerpt secret

A U.S. judge has rejected Ghislaine Maxwell’s effort to keep under wraps an excerpt from a 2016 deposition that she fears could threaten her criminal trial on charges she aided the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and committed perjury. In a ruling on Monday, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska in Manhattan said Maxwell’s privacy interest… Read More Ghislaine Maxwell loses bid to keep deposition excerpt secret

New Mexico bill would fine parents for teaching children how to shoot

A newly proposed bill in New Mexico would criminalize parents from teaching children to shoot firearms without authorization from state authorities. “A minor may be an authorized user only if the minor is at least twelve years of age and has successfully completed a firearm safety training course,” the bill reads. The bill, introduced by state Senator… Read More New Mexico bill would fine parents for teaching children how to shoot

LA County Sheriff reveals stunning consequences of Soros-backed district attorney’s justice reform on child porn case

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva revealed the stunning consequences of new progressive justice reform policies on a case involving a suspect allegedly caught in possession of child pornography. Villanueva published the incident on his official social media account on Thursday. “#LASD Special Victims Bureau investigated a male for possession of child pornography with a previous sex crime… Read More LA County Sheriff reveals stunning consequences of Soros-backed district attorney’s justice reform on child porn case

Dallas PD memo issued saying police won’t respond to certain “minor” calls – quickly take it back after massive blowback

DALLAS, TX- The Dallas Police Department appeared to have joined a number of police departments nationwide which have announced that officers would not be physically dispatched to a number of “lower level” calls for service, according to a memorandum obtained by Law Enforcement Today and citing media reports in the city. The memorandum, dated January 1, 2021 has… Read More Dallas PD memo issued saying police won’t respond to certain “minor” calls – quickly take it back after massive blowback

Horowitz: FBI comes dangerously close to criminalizing free speech by indicting man for tweeting election memes

No, this crackdown is not being driven by a concern for security and a sense of justice We have all shared this unsettling premonition that the attack on free speech is not just coming from Big Tech with the threat of censorship, but from the government backed by criminal prosecution. We are watching the government… Read More Horowitz: FBI comes dangerously close to criminalizing free speech by indicting man for tweeting election memes

NY health officials threaten residents with involuntary COVID quarantine if they don’t self-quarantine

New York state public health law gives the government the power to seek a court order mandating coronavirus quarantine Public health officials in at least one New York county are sending letters to residents who’ve been exposed to COVID-19 reminding them that they could face a court order mandating quarantine and criminal prosecution for refusing… Read More NY health officials threaten residents with involuntary COVID quarantine if they don’t self-quarantine