Oklahoma Defeats Push for Risky Article V Convention
Would have sent an application to Congress on behalf of Oklahoma asking it to convene a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution.
by Alex Newman
California citizens seek referendum to block transgender public bathroom use
Petition currently bottled up in court.
by Steve Gunn

State Says Bakers Should Pay $135,000 for Refusing to Bake Cake for Same-Sex Wedding
Fine is enough to potentially bankrupt business’ family of seven.
by Kelsey Harkness
Protesters vow to 'shut down' Baltimore over Freddie Gray killing
The unrest in Baltimore comes amid a string of incidents nationwide where police have been videotaped physically abusing prone or handcuffed subjects, not to mention a series of controversial police killings of unarmed black men.
by Patrick Jonsson

Devastating Nepal quake kills over 900, some in Everest avalanche
Nepal’s worst in 81 years…
by Gopal Sharma, Ross Adkin
Shock Video: Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Nail Rebel Fighter to Cross, Burn Him Alive
US-backed militants carry out brutal execution.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Ron Paul: Obama 'literally assassinated' Americans in airstrikes
Former presidential candidate and Texas congressman Ron Paul (R) is criticizing President Obama for the “targeted assassination” of Americans in al Qaeda.
by The Hill
American Politics: A House of Mirrors
A house of mirrors is an immersive, highly distorted and intentionally confusing version of reality.
by Ulson Gunnar

A Lesson for New York Cops: How to Subdue Brawlers Without Hurting Them
Swedish officers show how to handle violent situation without hurting or killing suspects.
by Kurt Nimmo
Judge: Obama's Drone Strikes Are "War Crime"
POTUS acting as judge, jury and executioner.
by Steve Watson

First They Came for the Anti-Vaxxers
The pro-vaccine lobby has done a phenomenal job of inciting fear among the American public.
by Bretigne Shaffer
No Matter Who Wins the White House, the New Boss Will Be the Same as the Old Boss
Dangerous freedom or peaceful slavery?
by By John W. Whitehead

Reporter Outs The Biggest Polluter On The Planet
Al Gore and the EPA have their work cut out for them.
by Infowars.com
University removes 'straight pride' posters from campus
The posters promote an event as a way of not showing the differences between students.
by Gerry Ricciutti

PayPal Asserts Copyright Ownership Over All Intellectual Property of its Users
Payment processor announces alarming update to terms of agreement.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Male Columbia Student Sues School Over “Mattress Girl” Case
Student harassed by girl carrying mattress.
by Valerie Richardson