Man fatally shoots armed robber breaking into home

By -NO AUTHOR- (WSVN) — NEAR FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Officials are investigating the death of a man who allegedly broke into a victim’s house, Wednesday morning. According to Broward Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives, 51-year-old Gary Peterson was armed and wearing a mask when he tried to force his way into the victim’s home, located […]

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Gun Owners: Do you Believe in Privacy?

By Jenn Jacques I have a question for my fellow gun owners: Do you believe in privacy? Demanding your privacy doesn’t mean you’re hiding something, it means you believe in something. The right to a private life is one of freedom’s greatest blessings. That’s what the Good Guys believe. Join the 5 million men and […]

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Germany May Use Internal Army to Combat Terrorism As Europeans Told to “Expect Attacks” On a Daily Basis

By Mac Slavo “Suicide bombing.” “Axe attack on a train.” “Fatal machete attack.” “Priest’s throat cut.” “Mall shooting rampage.” All that just since a vehicle plowed through hundreds of people on the streets in Nice, France. Is there any end to the madness? No one came to the aid the European people as they cried […]

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Rule of Law Has Collapsed: We Live in a Society Where “Individuals Are Treated As A Threat”

By Contributing Author This article was written by Brandon Smith and originally published at his Alt-Market.com site. Editor’s Comment: The move to collectivize all of society, and gradually and systematically, to abolish freedom is well underway. Indeed, it has been the work of centuries, but never before have those who run the system had so […]

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Reagan’s would-be assassin wins freedom

By -NO AUTHOR- (NPR) John Hinckley Jr., 35-years after he tried to kill a president, has won his freedom. A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has granted a request for Hinckley to leave the mental hospital where he’s lived for decades, to go live full-time with his elderly mother in Williamsburg, Va. The release could […]

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U.S. man wants transplanted hands removed

By -NO AUTHOR- (TIME) In medicine, someone always has to be first. Seven years ago, that person was Jeff Kepner, now 64, who became the first person to receive a double hand transplant in the United States. The milestone made headlines: “A Touching Tale of a Life Changed,” read one from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. But […]

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