In a statement, Jaden McNeil, the former president of the KSU chapter of TPUSA listed several reasons why he was quitting, including what he called the group’s “fair weather conservatism,” their refusal to promote social conservative values, their tone-deaf views on immigration, and the group’s “culture of censorship.”... Nick Ferarra, the former vice president of the KSU chapter of TPUSA also announced on Twitter that he was formally disassociating himself from the group and would no longer be recommending TPUSA to other conservatives on campus... Additionally, the former secretary of KSU, Simon Kleinmann, announced his departure from TPUSA because the group has “slowly drifted away from what it stands for, saying one thing and doing another.”
As recently as May of this year, Morello seemed to downplay the possibility of a RATM reunion. “I would say, rather than people waiting around for Rage Against the Machine, form your own band,” he told Heavy Consequence. “Let’s hear what you have to say. Get out there and do it. Don’t sit around twiddling your thumbs waiting for some other band to do it.” However, the impending 2020 presidential election and possibility of Donald Trump winning a second term reportedly compelled the band into action...
What else did you expect from them? They owe their entire career to the Frankfurt School and its political enablers.
“It turns out I’ve traveled half around the world, the wrong way,” the Swedish activist tweeted Friday, after officials announced the COP25 climate summit will be held in Madrid next month, instead of in Santiago, Chile, as planned. “Now I need to find a way to cross the Atlantic in November,” Thunberg added. “If anyone could help me find transport I would be so grateful.”
If you visit the Tor version of 8kun, make sure to open the link using Tor browser, or at a minimum, use the Brave browser using the Tor private window.
We should be live on https://t.co/U2yFvZPczP now. Not sure how long we will be able to stay online with clearnet due to activists trying to deplatform us, and hackers preparing to ddos us. The tor hidden service should remain available regardless. https://t.co/quu1zTuJsQ
These 6 individuals wearing print-out masks of my face approached my family's home last night, repeatedly rang doorbell, pounded on window, recorded footage of property & gestured at cameras. There were no candy bags. This follows their doxing of my elderly mom's small business. pic.twitter.com/dH8qn1YS85
Bean was arrested on a warrant accusing him of 2 counts of 3rd-degree sodomy — both felonies — and a misdemeanor sexual abuse charge on a case that was first filed in 2015. [His Lawyer Derek Ashton] represented Bean in that case... In court records PPB Detective Jeff Myers said Ashton and the boy’s lawyer worked on a civil settlement. Myers detailed an elaborate scheme to keep investigators from finding the boy. The boy told the detective his own lawyer helped him hide. “She told me not to talk to certain people, she told me to go on the run at a certain point,” the detective quoted the boy as saying. “So, if I did testify I was told I wasn’t supposed to get my money. So that’s why I did not testify. And that’s why my attorney told me to go on the run.”
The ruling came in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by American Oversight, an ethics watchdog group. The judge ruled that the department had 30 days to turn over the documents, but that both parties needed to meet to narrow the scope of American Oversight's request... "...records related to external communications between Giuliani, his associates Victoria Toensing and Joseph diGenova and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo."
Gage Halupowski pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in connection with the June 29 attack on Adam Kelly outside The Nines Hotel along Southwest Morrison Street. Halupowski was identified as one of several masked, black-clothed demonstrators seen on video hitting and pepper-spraying Kelly after he appeared to come to the aid of another man who’d been attacked during the protests, authorities said.
Meanwhile they forgot to mention how the NYTimes along with the rest of the MSM dedicated thousands of articles spreading the biggest fringe conspiracy of them all - the Russia collusion. How did that turn out? They even won Pulitzers for it. Think about that.
The Navy officer and two other defendants have also been charged with conspiring to violate firearms law, and the Navy officer has been charged with an additional firearms-related offense and with making false official statements. The four defendants charged in the indictment are: Fan Yang, 34, a naturalized citizen of the United States and Lieutenant in the United States Navy residing in Jacksonville, Florida; Yang Yang, 33, wife of Fan Yang, and a naturalized citizen of the United States residing in Jacksonville, Florida; Ge Songtao, 49, a citizen and resident of the People’s Republic of China; and Zheng Yan, 27, a citizen and resident of the People’s Republic of China.
#ProjectOdin is under review by our lawyer and yet to be announced. It will be a tool that anybody can use, at their own risk, to help defend 8kun from deplatforming. More information will come as soon as our lawyer green lights it.
[...] building defenses against black hat attack vectors. Hopefully what we have done is enough to show that we are sincere and doing our best, in good faith, to provide a mature free speech platform for all who need it.
[...] In the untimely event of the clearnet address being unavailable, you should be able to still access 8kun via the tor hidden service. @VanwaTech has built a fantastic new deepnet CDN that can deliver tor hidden services at nearly clearnet speed.
He hopes the bill will be approved this month despite lively criticism from the left and from NGOs. The bill toughens prison sentences and broadens the definition of self-defense both for law enforcement officers and for the population at large. "There is no link between allowing honest citizens to arm themselves more and an increase in crime," he says, contradicting numerous studies which have identified just such a link. "On the contrary, there will be a drop because criminals will be afraid" to tackle a person who might be armed, he says. "It's possible some people might go too far, that someone uses a gun in a road rage incident," he accepts. But that, he says, would be an "exception."...
The Keystone Pipeline was shut down this week after it ruptured and spilled in North Dakota... The company did not specify whether the entire pipeline was shut down or just a portion... The repair and cleanup could take as long as two to three months. The sector has been struggling with years of inadequate takeaway capacity, which have periodically depressed WCS prices to low levels. In yet another sign of trouble for the industry, Encana Corp announced on Thursday that it would rebrand itself and move to the United States, the latest example of a multi-year exodus and capital flight out of Canada...
The new assessment, significantly, cites estimates from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that approximately 20,000 migrants are currently being sheltered in Mexico near the U.S. border as they still seek entry to the U.S. The assessment says that number, though, suggests “a significant proportion of the 55,000+ MPP returnees have chosen to abandon their claims.”