Important stuff you won't get from the liberal media! We do the surfing so you can be informed AND have a life!
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Yup, he's been lying. Nothing new.
Target funds LGBTQ education org that advocates hiding gender transitions from parents - TheBlaze
Ya wonder why crime is exploding in America?!!-----Michigan bills would make all juvenile crimes eligible for parole
"On March 1, Sen. Sue Shink, D-Northfield Township, introduced Senate Bill 120, which would reform the Michigan Corrections Code to make juvenile offenders who are sentenced to life imprisonment eligible for parole no matter the severity of their crimes, provided they have served at least 10 years of their sentence. Read it for yourself: Senate Bill 120
Michigan considers a juvenile offender to be anyone less than 19 years old when the crime was committed.
The legislation would also apply retroactively, costing the state around $1.6 million for resentencing hearing that would be required...
History for May 30
- 1431 - Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in Rouen, France, at the age of 19.
- 1539 - Hernando de Soto, the Spanish explorer, landed in Florida with 600 soldiers to search for gold.
- 1868 - Memorial Day was observed widely for the first time in the U.S.
- 1903 - In Riverdale, NY, the first American motorcycle hill climb was held.
- 1911 - Ray Harroun won the first Indianapolis 500. At the time, it was known as International 500-Mile Sweepstakes Race. Harroun's average speed was 74.59 miles per hour.
- 1943 - American forces secured the Aleutian island of Attu from the Japanese during World War II.
- 1997 - Jesse K. Timmendequas was convicted in Trenton, NJ, of raping and strangling a 7-year-old neighbor, Megan Kanka. The 1994 murder inspired "Megan's Law," requiring that communities be notified when sex offenders move in.
Monday, May 29, 2023
Iowa law bans lessons on sexual topics aimed at young students, beefs up parental rights - TheBlaze
Jewish troops killed in WWII receive proper headstones | Stars and Stripes
Workers place a Jewish headstone during a grave marker replacement ceremony at the Luxembourg-American Cemetery in Hamm, Luxembourg, on April 27, 2022. The ceremony was held by Operation Benjamin, an organization working to preserve the memories of Jewish American soldiers who died defending Europe in World War II. (U.S. Embassy Luxembourg)
"Seven Jewish American troops who died in World War II received new headstones that accurately reflect their faith at ceremonies in France, Belgium and Luxembourg this week...
Jewish service members were sometimes buried under crosses as a result of clerical errors or because they had disguised their faith to protect themselves in case they were captured by Nazi troops, the Los Angeles Times reported in 2020, adding that the cross was considered the default symbol...
Those who died to protect our country wanted this result?!!-----PURE EVIL: Government Is Taking Donations from J6 Prisoners So Their Families Starve and They Lose Everything - And So Defendants Cannot Afford Attorneys | The Gateway Pundit | by Jim Hoft
- And we know the Republican Party will say nothing, and we know the GOP lawmakers will ignore this blatant lawlessness, and
- we know the media will cheer.
According to our previous reporting:
** Over 90% of the J6 defendants are low to middle class and cannot afford private attorneys
** At least 80% of the FBI arrests were of protesters who were waved in the US Capitol on January 6 and committed no violence.
- The regime wants them ruined.
- And now we know the regime wants their families ruined.
...An Associated Press review of court records shows that prosecutors in the more than 1,000 criminal cases from Jan. 6, 2021, are increasingly asking judges to impose fines on top of prison sentences to offset donations from supporters of the Capitol rioters...
IRS: DOJ Responsible for Whistleblower Purge from Hunter's Tax Probe�
The heroes gave their lives so THIS would result?!!-----'The Official Truth': The End of Free Speech That Will End America :: Gatestone Institute
Americans have correctly concluded that [with the "Russia Hoax" and suppressing reported influence peddling in Hunter Biden's laptop ] journalists and spies advanced a "fraud" on voters as part of an effort to censor a damaging story and "help Biden win." Nevertheless, The New York Times and The Washington Post have yet to return the Pulitzer Prizes they received for reporting totally discredited "fake news."
"Under the current approach to journalism, it is the New York Times that receives a Pulitzer for a now debunked Russian collusion story rather than the New York Post for a now proven Hunter Biden laptop story." — Professor Jonathan Turley, George Washington University Law School, Twitter, May 15, 2023.
The government apparently took the public's censorship concerns so seriously that it quietly moved on from the collapse of its plans for a "disinformation governance board" within the DHS and proceeded within the space of a month to create a new "disinformation" office known as the Foreign Malign Influence Center, which now operates from within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence...
In an America now plagued with the stench of official "snitch lines," censorship of certain presidential candidates, widespread online surveillance, a resurrected "disinformation governance board," and increasingly frequent criminal prosecutions targeting Americans who exercise their free speech, the question is not whether what we inaudibly think or say in our sleep will someday be used against us, but rather how soon that day will come unless we stop it.
If legacy news corporations fail to report that large majorities of the American public now view their journalistic product as straight-up propaganda, does that make it any less true?...
Former employee reveals shocking conditions in NYC migrant hotel: 'Free for all' | Fox News
The Thirst For Truth - Big Picture Explanation of What Happened in the Past 15 Years That Flipped the Social, Cultural, Media, Leftist and Govt Relationship - The Last Refuge
"Last night I participated in a conversation.
In various forms they were asking each other the same question.
- What happened in the last several years that caused Democrats, leftists and the traditional political left to switch positions on their advocacy?..
2023 Memorial Day Tribute
“The Soldier’s Faith,” a Memorial Day Speech
Beyond that, the speech is incredibly prescient, in certain respects, and eloquent, even poetic, on the question of personal courage and purpose to a degree that will seem alien to most Americans today, at least those of us who have never served.
In this special episode for Memorial Day, we read (almost all of) “The Soldier’s Faith” with annotations and digressions, which we hope you find fun and interesting!...
Final known USS Arizona survivor is 101 years old - TheBlaze
Never forget!-----Review: "365 Days: 50th Anniversary Edition," by Ronald J. Glasser
"Don’t count the days—make the days count.
- After returning home, he wrote 365 Days, a collection of short stories drawn from the patients he treated and the colleagues he served with...
- The 17 stories in 365 Days assume the perspectives of combatants and others connected in some way to the front lines.
365 Days recalls the oral tradition of war stories...
Medics in the 101st carried M & M candies in their medical kits long before the psychiatrists found it necessary to explain away their actions. They offered them as placebos for their wounded who were too broken for morphine, slipping the sweets between their lips as they whispered to them over the noise of the fighting that it was for the pain. In a world of suffering and death, Vietnam is like a Walt Disney true-life adventure, where the young are suddenly left alone to take care of the young...
Marine's final salute
History for May 29
- 1765 - Patrick Henry denounced the Stamp Act before Virginia's House of Burgesses.
- 1849 - A patent for lifting vessels was granted to Abraham Lincoln.
- 1912 - Fifteen women were dismissed from their jobs at the Curtis Publishing Company in Philadelphia, PA, for dancing the Turkey Trot while on the job.
- 1953 - Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay became first men to reach the top of Mount Everest.
- 1990 - Boris Yeltsin was elected president of the Russian republic by the Russian parliament.
- 2001 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that disabled golfer Casey Martin could use a cart to ride in tournaments.
- 2015 - The Obama administration removed Cuba from the U.S. terrorism blacklist. The two countries had severed diplomatic relations in January of 1961.