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Why anti-gun cities are collapsing into runaway murder hubs

6/15/2015 - It is becoming extremely difficult to distinguish some parts of American cities from overseas war zones as the number of people cut down by gunfire in these cities continues to climb. Over the recent Memorial Day holiday, for example, nine people were killed and scores more were wounded in what became...

Essential vocabulary for surviving the police state: 'Nickel Rides'

5/22/2015 - Was the late Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man whose death in police custody recently led to days of riots in the city, a victim of a police tactic aimed at exacting punishment on suspects without officers ever laying a hand on them? As new evidence surrounding Gray's case becomes public, it appears...

CNN reporter blames veterans for Baltimore riots

4/30/2015 - In a moment of what may have been unbelievable candor, a CNN host demonstrated why hers is one of the least-watched cable news channels on the air today. Her name: Brooke Baldwin. As reported by Breitbart News' media critic John Nolte, Baldwin made the outrageous insinuation that veterans, somehow,...

Dial 911 and DIE: Baltimore shop owner calls 911 fifty times, gets zero police response

4/29/2015 - Once again, Americans are witnessing rioting and destruction in another major U.S. city, and once again, they are watching as the powers that be flail about helplessly, even lending support to those who are doing the most damage. As reported by Britain's Daily Mail, slowly becoming apparent is the...

Baltimore today, America tomorrow: Why "utter chaos" will soon erupt across more U.S. cities

4/28/2015 - Baltimore is in a state of "utter chaos" and Gov. Larry Hogan has now declared a state of emergency and called for troops on the streets to halt the spiraling looting and violence. The pro baseball game has been postponed, rioters are attacking police cars, and protesters managed to loot a CVS pharmacy...

Baltimore announces city-wide surveillance roll out that records passenger conversations on city buses

11/5/2012 - The surveillance society continues to grow unabated, as the city of Baltimore becomes the latest governmental entity to trample civil rights in the name of "public safety." According to the Baltimore Sun, city officials have now authorized the recording of private conversations on public buses "to...

Baltimore Law Firm to Assess Legal Merits of Fosamax Litigation (press release)

11/22/2006 - Baltimore-based personal injury law firm Ingerman & Horwitz LLP has recently published information on its website as related to Fosamax, a Merck drug approved for those suffering with Osteoporosis. The law firm claims it has received inquiries from citizens regarding possible side effects related...

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