Donta Allen, The Guy Who Was Interviewed BY WMAL, Does Not Seem To Be Freddie Gray’s Paddy-Wagon Companion

Originally posted on Nice Deb:

Baltimore’s WMAL interviewed a man named Donta Allen a few days ago, claiming that he was the guy who shared the paddy wagon ride with Freddie Gray.

But Donta Allen does not seem to be the guy who was in the van with Freddie Gray. According to the Baltimore police, that man is still in jail.

This is significant because according to the Washington Post,the individual who shared the ride with Freddie Gray, told investigators that it sounded to him like Freddie was thrashing around, trying to hurt himself.

That was a game-changing bombshell because the narrative had been that the cops had given Freddie a “rough ride” – that is – cuffed his hands and feet, but left him unbuckled so he would…

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The Radiant future

Originally posted on Vermont Loon Watch:

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Hillary Is Not Happening, You guys

Originally posted on Nice Deb:

I’ve been saying it for months – I just don’t see Hillary Clinton being the Democrat nominee in 2016. Most people thought I was crazy (Oh, no – Hillary is inevitable) but look at these latest headlines:

GOP accused of ‘quiet attack’ on Hillary’s age…

MAG: She might not even survive primary! (Yup)

Socialist snapping at her heels…

Foundation raked in millions — of taxpayer dollars…

Larry Flynt Endorses Hillary…

AP POLL: Decisive majority of Americans view Clinton as dishonest…

Don’t forget that MSNBC poll from a few weeks back – which is still active! – with 100K+ votes showing 87% of voters do not plan to vote for HRC:

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I keep asking, where’s the big groundswell of of support for Hillary? She’s just stumbling along, hobbled each week by…

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Call for Baltimore Mayor to Resign Gains Steam on Social Media

Originally posted on Socialism is not the Answer:

Judicial Watch

The Baltimore riots are occurring in the face of failed political and police leadership and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake should resign, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton writes in a social media posting that is being echoed by dozens nationwide.

In the Twitter posting Fitton links a disturbing local newspaper report with graphic photos of a burning car, police clad in riot gear and masked looters. “Violence and looting overtook much of West Baltimore on Monday, injuring more than a dozen police officers and leaving buildings and vehicles in flames,” the article opens. “As night fell, looters took to Mondawmin Mall and a Save-A-Lot and Rite Aid in Bolton Hill, loading up cars with stolen goods. About 10 fire crews battled a three-alarm fire at a large senior center under construction at Chester and Gay streets, as police officers stood guard with long guns. About 10 p.m., police confirmed shots were fired at an…

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Cultural Marxism

Originally posted on Flyover-Press.com:

 “We must be ready to employ trickery, deceit, law-breaking, withholding and concealing truth…We can and we must write in a language which sows among the masses hatred, scorn, and the like towards those who disagree with us”… “This is the basis of the great cultural war we’re undergoing…. We are two countries now. We are two countries morally, culturally, socially, and theologically. Cultural wars do not lend themselves to peaceful co-existence.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)For ten extra Brownie Points, tell me why? Hint: The “co-existence” is FORCED and therefore can not possibly be “peaceful.” We are no longer free to choose with whom we associate. This began a long time ago but really took off along about the same time as “Land Slide” Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society.”

To say this essay is a tad partisan would  be an understatement. Be that as it may, it is a very good description of how we…

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Are We Being Psychologically Conditioned To Accept Martial Law In America?

Originally posted on Mountain Republic:

Have you noticed that we are starting to be bombarded with images of troops in the streets?

Are We Being Psychologically Conditioned To Accept Martial Law In America? Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Michael Snyder | End Of The American Dream


Have you noticed that we are starting to be bombarded with images of troops in the streets?  Have you noticed that the term “martial law” is coming up a lot in movies, news broadcasts and even in television commercials?  In recent years, it seems like the solution to almost every major crisis involves bringing in troops.  In fact, it has already gotten to the point where when something really bad happens a lot of Americans immediately cry out for troops to be brought in.  And we are seeing the same patterns over and over again.  Just remember what happened in Ferguson – protesters were whipped up to a frenzy, when the riots began the police were ordered to stand down and…

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Is it a “conspiracy theory” that the Clintons are corrupt?

Originally posted on Cry and Howl:

As I read about the blatant corruption of Bill and Hillary Clinton I can’t help but sit here in disgust at the arrogance of these people. Hillary isn’t missing a beat in her expectations of securing the presidency. The tens of millions of dollars she and Bill received from foreign governments while she was Secretary of State is stunning … stunning in that they’ll probably get away with it.  For the life of me I can’t get a grip on how far down the toilet bow of morals the United State has been flushed. There is no defense at all when Mrs. Clinton pledged to disclose all donors to the Clinton Foundation, as one condition of her being confirmed for Secretary of State … and then ignored the agreement. The left continually spouts off “there’s no evidence” of her selling favors to foreign governments. Well, I beg to differ …

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Supreme Court slaps Obama down unanimously once again

Originally posted on BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades!:

Once again the entire Supreme Court knocks down the Obama administration. Funny, this didn’t seem to make the news. This adds up to over 20 unanimous decisions that went against him. His two Supreme picks apparently are not so ready to move to a totalitarian government. Sweet. Here we go:

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission must make “good faith” efforts to seek reconciliation before it sues a business for discrimination, under Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act. The decision was a strong rebuke to the commission, which had previously asserted that the courts had no jurisdiction over its reconciliation process.

The Chamber of Commerce highlighted the case in a lengthy study published last year that argued the commission under Obama was pursuing a “scorched earth” litigation strategy against employers.The opinion was authored by Justice Elena Kagan, an appointee of President Obama.

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And yet another “Hell Yeah!”

Originally posted on Cmblake6's Weblog:

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12 Unanswered Questions About The Baltimore Riots That They Don’t Want Us To Ask

Originally posted on Mountain Republic:

Why did the Baltimore riots seem like they were perfectly staged to be a television event?

12 Unanswered Questions About The Baltimore Riots That They Don’t Want Us To Ask

Michael Snyder | Economic Collapse


Why did the Baltimore riots seem like they were perfectly staged to be a television event?

Images of police vehicles burning made for great television all over the planet, but why were there abandoned police vehicles sitting right in the middle of the riot zones without any police officers around them in the first place?

Why was the decision made ahead of time to set a curfew for Tuesday night and not for Monday night?

And why are Baltimore police officers claiming that they were ordered to “stand down” and not intervene as dozens of shops, businesses and homes went up in flames?  Yes, the anger over the death of Freddie Gray is very real.

Police brutality has been a major problem in Baltimore and much of the rest…

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