And surely wasn’t rioting under Trump influence. This dude is the adult son of a New York judge. This is what Pelosi’s impeachment was partially about: Covering up.
Via Gateway Pundit
UPDATE: Moreover, the FBI now says it looks like, the whole Capitol riot was planned
MORE: Arrest of self-described leftist anarchist leader for inciting the Capitol riot
Amazon cuts off Parler’s Web hosting following Apple, Google bans.
I had just started trying to join Parler. Was having problems setting up an account. Heard was because so many were bailing out of Twitter. Now Big Tech is trying to give Trump and us supporters no voice on the Net. Eventually this will be fought in court but meanwhile, well, for me there’s Gab. Which went through this Parler shit without going to court. And survived.
UPDATE: “And most people with enough servers to host us have shut their doors to us,” Matze added. “We will update everyone and update the press when we are back online.”
MORE: Parler sues Amazon. It’s a start.
“The cause of the fire is under investigation. Given the explosive character of some of the ingredients, there may well be a perfectly innocent explanation for the fire. But a six-month delay in resuming production may delay HCQ supplies to early stage COVID-19 patients…”
At 10 cents a dose versus $10,000 a dose for Remdesivir. Now which do you think is the most popular with Big Pharma?
Via American Thinker
“A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers: With theaters and concert halls shuttered, unemployment in the arts has cut deeper than in restaurants and other hard-hit industries.“
I have a Hollyweird actor friend, who I won’t name because I don’t have his permission, who must be suffering from this. But he hasn’t said yea or nay.
UPDATE: From Observer98, an Insty commenter: “This from the same BS leftists that didn’t give a rip about the American working class being gutted by offshoring and illegal immigrants for decades, sneered at them for getting hooked on Big Pharma’s opioid epidemic, and then called them Nazis for voting for Trump.”
My good friend Snoopy the Goon, Israeli proprietor of the blog Simply Jews, passed away Nov. 27. Presumably from complications of high blood pressure and the side effects of a beastly drug he was taking for high cholesterol. You will be very much missed, Mr. Goon, by many of us who called you friend. Prayers are in order for his wife, children and grandchildren, who must now deal with their grief.
Based in part from the questions I get from my readers, and in part from conversations with people who have told me of their own mistakes, as well as those I made on the way here, I have decided to put together my list of the top three 1st carry gun mistakes people make. As guns are expensive, and buying one that is inappropriate for the task of concealed carry is hard for some people to correct, I hope this list will help people when they are about to make their first purchase of a concealed carry handgun.
Small Gun Fixation
One thing that people tend to give an excessive amount of focus on is in finding the tiniest gun possible for concealed carry. True enough, you can carry one of these dinky little semi-auto handguns in a pocket and no one will be aware. But you do need to…
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Rioters in Seattle used some type of munition last night to crater a police precinct wall, penetrating it. Presume they’ll be back to finish the job. Rifles in Austin, bombs in Seattle. Ominous.