Lumbee Tribe recognizes 102-year-old Navy vet

MAXTON, N.C. (AP) – One of the Lumbee tribe’s oldest living veterans didn’t think he’d ever join the military when World War II broke out. But on March 26, his 102nd birthday, Evert Frank Locklear was recognized by the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina for his service. Tribe …

Published
Categorized as Politics

The Political Economy Of Fear

The Political Economy Of Fear Authored by Robert Higgs via The Mises Institute, [This article was originally published May 16, 2005… but seems ominously prophetic given our current age of rage and unreason.] [S]ince love and fear can hardly exist together, if we must choose between them, it is far safer to be feared than… Continue reading The Political Economy Of Fear

Published
Categorized as Politics

Watch: Sikorsky’s S-97 Raider Performs Impressive First Flight Demo 

Watch: Sikorsky’s S-97 Raider Performs Impressive First Flight Demo  For the first time, the Sikorsky S-97 Raider flew multiple flight demonstrations this week for service leaders and soldiers at the company’s test center at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. Defense giant Lockheed Martin, who owns Sikorsky, released a press release on Thursday detailing the demonstrations on Tuesday and… Continue reading Watch: Sikorsky’s S-97 Raider Performs Impressive First Flight Demo 

Published
Categorized as Politics

Canadian Cops Refuse To Enforce Ontario’s New ‘Police State’ COVID-Lockdown Laws

Canadian Cops Refuse To Enforce Ontario’s New ‘Police State’ COVID-Lockdown Laws Authored by Thomas Lifson via AmericanThinker.com, A new police state has been established just north of the states of Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York.  The Province of Ontario is home to over 38% of the population of Canada and is 55% bigger in… Continue reading Canadian Cops Refuse To Enforce Ontario’s New ‘Police State’ COVID-Lockdown Laws

Published
Categorized as Politics

Looking for a new podcast? Fort Bragg commands have several

Military leaders on Fort Bragg have taken to the internet airwaves to talk shop to the troops in the form of podcasts. From the latest COVID-19 updates, to tackling topics of racism and addiction, there’s a podcast for everything. Here are a few to check out: “FORSCOM Frontline” launched Feb. 12 with Gen. Michael Garrett, the U.S. Army Forces Command’s commander, as… Continue reading Looking for a new podcast? Fort Bragg commands have several

Published
Categorized as Politics

US, China agree to cooperate on climate crisis with urgency

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – The United States and China, the world’s two biggest carbon polluters, have agreed to cooperate with other countries to curb climate change, just days before President Joe Biden hosts a virtual summit of world leaders to discuss the issue. The agreement was reached by …

Published
Categorized as Politics

Taco Bell Opens “Digital-Only” Location In Times Square That Serves Alcohol 

Taco Bell Opens “Digital-Only” Location In Times Square That Serves Alcohol  Restaurants continue to change their processes to improve the customer experience in a virus pandemic. Under the guise of social distancing, Taco Bell has opened a “digital-only” fast-food shop in Times Square that customers can only order food online or through automated kiosks.  These… Continue reading Taco Bell Opens “Digital-Only” Location In Times Square That Serves Alcohol 

Published
Categorized as Politics

Black Lives Matter Activist Charged With Anti-Asian Hate Crime

Black Lives Matter Activist Charged With Anti-Asian Hate Crime Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, A Black Lives Matter activist was arrested in Seattle for allegedly committing two separate hate crimes against Asian people, once again contradicting the media narrative that Donald Trump’s rhetoric on coronavirus was primarily to blame for the hate… Continue reading Black Lives Matter Activist Charged With Anti-Asian Hate Crime

Published
Categorized as Politics

KY guardsman protects U.S. Capitol while teaching high school back home remotely

Kentucky Army National Guard Lt. Sam Whitehead is on assignment in Washington D.C., where, since the January attack on the U.S. Capitol, he has been on duty nearly round the clock. With the permission of his commanders, platoon leader Whitehead said he periodically steps away from protecting “lives and property” to remotely teach his math students at Morehead’s Rowan County High… Continue reading KY guardsman protects U.S. Capitol while teaching high school back home remotely

Published
Categorized as Politics