Thursday, August 2, 2018


49-year-old Gerardo Valerio-Romero’s tab for cancer treatment has all but bankrupted the local jail in Utah, where he’s been charged with six counts of sexually assaulting his own 8-year-old stepdaughter, along with eight felony counts of forgery and one count of illegally possessing someone else’s I.D.


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Washington, DC –-( 
Jim Jordan is officially running for Speaker of the House. He is the swamp-drainer we need to fight for our rights. No more Paul Ryans! “We the People” need a pro-gun Speaker with a spine. Paul Ryan and his anti-gun establishment donors are already grooming their chosen golden boy to succeed Ryan’s throne as Speaker of the House.
Jim Jordan
Jim Jordan
We can’t let it happen. We’ve been stabbed in the back too many times.
This is the year we stand up and DEMAND a pro-gun speaker who speaks on behalf of the American people — not the donor class.

Jim Jordan is a fighter. He doesn’t back down at the first sight of pressure from the media or anti-gunners who shamelessly hide behind children.

But to win, this pro-gun champion is going to need the help of the people.
Please contact your Congressman or woman and ask they support Jim Jordan for Speaker of the House.
Thank you,
Erich Pratt
Executive Director
Gun Owners of America
For more information, visit GOA's Newsroom.

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Alex Jones presents the latest promotional video for President Trump’s 2020 Campaign.




‘Never give up. Never lower your light. 

Never stop till the swamp is dry’

Crossing the Swamp, by Jon McNaughton
Over 240 years ago George Washington crossed Valley Forge to bring an astonishing victory to the Continental Army. This led to what many thought was impossible - to defeat a despot King and his formidable army.
Today, Trump endeavors to cross the “swamp” of Washington DC as he carries the light of truth, hope, and prosperity. The murky water of the deep state is laced with dangerous vermin, perfectly willing to destroy American prosperity for their personal ideologies and financial gain. The establishment Democrats, Never-Trumper-Republicans, Deep State, and Fake News Media will do all they can to stop the majority of the American people from succeeding. 
As an artist, I paint what I feel needs to be said about the current state of our country. I hope Trump is remembered as the President that restored America’s greatness. I want to be on that boat for freedom! 
List of figures from left to right: Nikki Haley, James Mattis, Ben Carson, President Trump, Jeff Sessions, Mike Pence, Melania Trump, Mike Pompeo, Sarah Sanders, Ivanka Trump, John Bolton, Kellyanne Conway, John Kelly


When you come into a country legally with the intent of assimilating into that culture and becoming a productive, active member of that society, that’s immigration. When you barge across someone else’s borders, snub their culture and tell them to screw off because you’ve decided to take over their space, that’s invasion.


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The United Nations is being criticized around the world once again for providing yet another example of what critics have described as its “war on journalism.” While various UN bigwigs seek to have newspapers shut down and journalists thrown into prison for their journalism, UN security officials in New York City were caught on camera violently removing a high-profile journalist, known for exposing UN corruption, from the UN building. Now, as the latest UN attack on press freedom makes headlines worldwide and attracts criticism from human-rights groups, the UN is trying to justify its scheming. The journalist, meanwhile, just wants journalists to be allowed to do their job without being targeted and harassed.
On June 22, longtime journalist Matthew Lee of Inner City Press was trying to report as the UN Secretary-General and Socialist Party operative António Guterres gave a speech. For reasons that remain unclear, Lee was manhandled and ordered to leave by armed UN security guards. When he asked senior UN officials in the vicinity, including UN Under-Secretary General Catherine Pollard, to intervene or explain, they refused. The guards, meanwhile, refused to identify themselves, and refused to explain whose orders they were supposedly following in evicting Lee from the premises. They also refused to let him get his computer, interfering with his important work reporting on the UN.
Incredibly, the scandal took a turn for the worse the day before U.S. Independence Day. While covering a UN committee meeting on the “peacekeeping” budget on July 3, Lee was violently evicted from the UN compound by UN security yet again. Again, after having been repeatedly harassed by the UN, Lee was physically removed from the UN building in New York City without being given a reason why. During the forced removal, UN security guards ripped Lee's shirt, damaged his laptop, twisted his arm, and forcibly threw him out on the street. The whole episode was caught on video and has been viewed almost 20,000 times on YouTube. It has also been reported to police.  
When Lee tried to enter the UN again, he was informed that he was now banned from the premises, apparently in retaliation for filing a complaint against the guards. Now, there is supposedly a “review” into Lee and his accreditation underway by the UN. But as of now, there has been no announcement of any investigation or review into what critics said was the outrageous treatment of a journalist. Some advocates called for the security guards involved to be suspended pending a review into the violent treatment they inflicted on a harmless journalist in the process of doing his job.
Lee, of course, is a widely read and widely respected sleuth who has probably exposed more UN corruption and wrongdoing than the rest of the resident UN “press pool” combined — literally — since he was first accredited more than a decade ago. Among the huge stories that Lee has worked on are articles exposing sexual abuses and even child rape by UN “peace” troops, the UN's role in bringing cholera to Haiti, massive corruption among top UN officials and hangers-on, war crimes in various countries in which the UN was involved, and much more. And so, UN bigwigs do not like him. Neither do some of his fellow “journalists” at the UN, many of whom work for autocratic UN member governments.   
This is not Lee's first dust-up with the UN. As The New American reported in 2016, the muckraking journalist was unceremoniously evicted from his office at UN headquarters as if he were some sort of crime boss. UN officials ripped off his UN media badge and even seized his personal phone. Adding insult to injury, Lee was not even given access to his own files or his coat before being forcibly ejected from the building by a phalanx of eight UN security guards. “You are a trespasser on UN property,” one of the UN guards barked at Lee as he was being ordered off the premises shortly after receiving his expulsion notice. They even searched his office and threw his laptop on the ground. After that, he was eventually downgraded from a resident correspondent to a non-resident correspondent, making his life and his job much more difficult while paving the way for the current scandal.  
In an e-mail to The New American, Lee said the reason why the UN was trying to keep him out was obvious. “Up to the level of Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, they don't like the coverage: of UN corruption (now the China Energy Fund Committee UN bribery case), UN sexual abuse, Guterres inaction on slaughter in Cameroon, etc.,” he explained. “When I first got to the UN there were several other critical reporters on these topics. Now, much less so. So to them, the solution was to rough me up and ban me.”
And despite trying to portray itself as a guardian of press freedom and human rights, the UN is neither, Lee opined. Speaking of its treatment of journalists in particular, Lee highlighted the physical violence and lawless banning of a “critical journalist.” Separately, the UN does not have an equivalent to the Freedom of Information Act. And there are no content-neutral accreditation rules, Lee explained. “It is a set up for what happened,” he said, noting that a UN spokesman had vowed to make things worse for him after watching a video Lee made. “I get roughed up, banned, no due process, no end in sight.”
As this magazine has documented extensively over a period of years, the UN's attacks on Lee are hardly an isolated occurrence. Consider, for example, that at least two UN agency chiefs in two different countries have been working to destroy journalists for their accurate reporting. In Italy, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) boss José Graziano da Silva, who is connected to a corrupt communist network being brought to justice across the Americas, is abusing arcane fascist-era laws on defamation in which truth may not even be a valid defense. The goal is to crush the Italian Insider newspaper and its editor John Phillips, who could theoretically face jail time. At the UN World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), disgraced boss Francis Gurry is similarly trying to destroy a Swiss reporter merely for writing about his well-documented corruption and lawlessness. Incredibly, even a UN “court” was trying to jail a Lebanese journalist for doing journalism.
In a statement to Fox News, UN boss Guterres' spokesman Farhan Haq tried to justify the treatment meted out to Lee. Haq claimed Lee had been in violation of the rules for non-resident correspondents, the status to which he was downgraded in 2016 after exposing widespread UN corruption at the highest echelons. “On the evening of 3 July, U.N. Security was alerted to a violation in the use of an access card, in which a person was using his access card to enter an off-limits area,” Haq claimed, saying Lee was not allowed to “roam around the UN compound at that hour” and that “he would be required to leave the premises.”
“At that point, Mr. Lee became loud and belligerent, and resisted the instructions of UN security officers. He was then escorted outside the building, along with his laptop and backpack,” Haq continued. “Based on his unacceptable behavior, and the fact that he was a repeat offender, having been similarly removed from the building on 22 June 2018, Matthew Lee has been temporarily barred from the premises pending a full review of this incident.”
Watchdogs, however, spoke out about the case and suggested something was seriously wrong at the UN. “This most recent incident is the latest in a long history of harassment directed at a journalist who has been critical of UN management and operations over the years,” explained Senior International Policy Analyst Beatrice Edwards with the non-profit Government Accountability Project (GAP), pointing to the investigative reporting and the crucial stories Lee has broken. “In short, as a journalist, Mr. Lee has been doing his job at the UN by keeping the English-speaking public informed about both achievements and misconduct there. It should be noted that, in the course of performing his duties, Mr. Lee has always been observant of UN protocols and respectful in his interactions with UN officials.”
The Government Accountability Project is “deeply concerned about the mistreatment of Matthew Lee” for two primary reasons, continued Edwards, who is known for her work defending whistleblowers. “First, he has covered UN whistleblower cases accurately and in detail, and we regard the mistreatment of him as retaliatory,” she said. “Secondly, his exclusion from the UN premises because of capricious, unannounced and unknown decisions of senior managers bodes ill for the treatment of journalists in UN Member States. It is important to note the privileged ability of UN managers to execute maneuvers of this sort in order to protect themselves from unbiased coverage.”
As such, Edwards and the Government Accountability Project urged member states of the UN to help combat the “silencing of a journalist” by “taking action at the offices of the self-appointed guardian of free speech.” GAP said Lee should be reinstated as a resident correspondent with appropriate access to facilities and events, and that the UN should issue a public apology for the improper expulsion. In a follow-up piece after the harassment of Lee intensified, Edwards also highlighted the broader problem that the UN itself gets to decide who is allowed to report on the UN — an obvious conflict of interest that extends into a broad range of UN functions and seriously harms efforts at oversight and investigation.
Speaking to The New American, Lee said the UN should “immediately” let him back in and restore him to the office from which he was evicted in 2016 after pursuing the highly significant story of communist bribery at the UN involving former UN General Assembly boss John Ashe. “The UN should also institute content neutral accreditation and access rules, and due process, for all journalists,” Lee added, saying he has been asking top UN officials to do this since they took office “without any response except now being roughed up twice and banned for four weeks and counting.” He also blasted the UN’s immunity. “I would like to sue the UN to vindicate journalists’ and We the Peoples’ rights,” he said. And finally, Lee asked people to sign a petition to restore his access and to contact the UN to demand that Inner City Press be allowed back to its office.  
The irony of having the world’s self-styled guardian of press freedom terrorizing and banning journalists is hard to ignore. But unfortunately, it is a problem that has become not just common, but pervasive at the institution widely dubbed by critics as the “dictators club.” Lee said the current UN leadership is as corrupt as he has ever seen — and that is really saying something. With U.S. taxpayers being the largest financiers of this farce, it is time for Americans to declare that enough is enough. Congress and the Trump administration should act.  
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UNITED NATIONS, July 5 – Inner City Press this morning was banned from entering the UN, the day after it filed a criminal complaint against UN Security for physically removing it from covering the meeting about the UN's $6.7 billion peacekeeping budget, as witnessed and essentially cheered on by senior UN official Christian Saunders, tearing its reporter's shirt, painfully and intentionally twisting his arm and slamming shut and damaging his laptop. Secretary General Antonio Guterres was informed on June 25 by Inner City Press of the escalating targeting by his UN Security Lieutenant Ronald E. Dobbins. In fact, Guterres deputy spokesman Farhan Haq on July 3 essentially gave the green light for that evening's Security violence. On July 5, Guterres' lead spokesman Stephane Dujarric refused to answer press questions about the ouster before "his" noon briefing. Afterward, when Saunders sauntered out of the UN in black sunglasses and was informed that Inner City Press was now banned, his response was to complain about some of the written coverage of him. Video here. So is that why he cheered on the twisting of the Press' arm? Will this obviously biased official be witness in the "full review of the incident" pending which Inner City Press is indefinitely banned? Brenden Varma the Spokesperson for the President of the General Assembly Miroslav Lajcak (whose chief of staff and under-staffer were also informed of the Press ban) said, as his office summarized, "This afternoon at 3:00, the General Assembly’s Fifth Committee, which handles administrative and budgetary matters, will formally take action on all outstanding issues, including United Nations peacekeeping budgets and the Secretary-General’s management reform and peace and security architecture reform proposals.
It will then close the second part of its resumed session.
Following that, the General Assembly plenary will meet to consider the report of the Fifth Committee." Inner City Press was banned from this meeting and vote. While the UN has told Inner City Press nothing, Guterres spokesman Farhan Haq told FOX News' Adam Shaw that "security followed up, they found Matthew Lee to be in the building past 9 p.m., well after the hours for a non-resident correspondent, and they informed him that he was not allowed to roam around the UN compound at that hour. They informed him that he would be required to leave the premises. At that point, Mr. Lee became loud and belligerent, and resisted the instructions of UN security officers. He was then escorted outside the building, along with his laptop and backpack. Based on his unacceptable behavior, and the fact that he was a repeat offender, having been similarly removed from the building on 22 June 2018, Matthew Lee has been temporarily barred from the premises pending a full review of this incident." But Inner City Press has not been contacted for any review, which would have to include UN Security twisting its reporter's arm before any volume, and the MALU rule permitted coverage of meetings after 7 pm, and for an hour after then end. This was pure targeting, and Guterres and his team are responsible. Eleven days after UN Security officers led by UN Lieutenant Ronald E. Dobbin and four others who refused to give their names pushed Inner City Press' reporter out of the UN during a speech by Secretary General Antonio Guterres, on July 3 just after Inner City Press interviewed the chairman of the UN Budget Committee, Dobbins and another UN Security officer even more physically removed Inner City Press from the UN. Video here, tweeted here. Hours later as diplomats and Guterres officials who witnessed it left the UN, Inner City Press asked Guterres' Under Secretary General for Field Support Atul Khare about the process. He admitted, contrary to Guterres' spokesman, that the Support Account was still not agreed. Shown the shirt that UN Security officers Dobbins and his thus far UNnamed partner tore, he said, "I'll talk to DPI." While appreciated, Inner City Press already six times wrote to DPI's Alison Smale - with no response....


A MOTHER-OF-SEVEN and gun expert has spoken out about teaching her family marksmanship fundamentals and overcoming the “victim mentality”
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Anna Taylor, The founder and CEO of gun holster company Dene Adams, has garnered attention online for her concealed carry corsets, which allow her to carry up to four guns and a knife at any one time.
Now she has revealed how she, her husband, and her seven children, ages five to 16, remain “situationally aware” and fully educated in marksmanship.
Anna, 35, told Barcroft TV: “I know that evil exists and I certainly don’t live in fear. But it is a reality, and I am the first line of defense for my children and my family.
“I’ve heard it said ‘I carry a gun because a cop’s too big to fit in my purse.’ Well that’s so true.”
Living on several acres of private Kansas land with her husband, Jason and their blended family of seven children, Anna regularly takes the family shooting on their home range.
The group, from five-year-old Savanna, to 16-year-old Samie, all enjoy shooting, though Savanna is in a “dry-fire” stage where she uses unloaded guns.
Seven-year-old Addi says his favorite gun is a rifle, while eight-year-old Dylan prefers a pistol.
Now Anna has ambitions to build her business into the number-one holster company in the world. But she had to overcome some harrowing experiences to get where she is today.
Between the ages of 13 and 18, she says she was raped on three separate occasions by different people.
“Growing up in Topeka, Kansas, I was very quiet and closed off. It’s the quiet, reserved and unsure girls that are targeted by predators.
“What I realized, with the knowledge I have now, it was the victim mentality that I had.”
In her 20s, Anna moved to a rough part of Kansas City with her two children, and recalls how vulnerable she felt after a neighbor was gunned down.
“One day, just down the block from us, three guys kicked in the front door and shot and killed the homeowner,” she explained.
“I remember going on walks with the kids through the neighborhood when they were rolling up the bloody carpet to tear out of that house. It was such a vulnerable place to be.
“I thought that if somebody was to bust down my door and intrude at night, I would be very defenseless against them. So I really wanted to get my concealed carry permit.”
With a fourth child on the way, Anna finally decided to buy her first gun, before going on to become a USCCA training counselor and an NRA certified instructor.
At home, Anna now has an impressive collection of guns including a Desert Eagle that is fully plated in 24-karat gold.
“I have a Glock 19 and an extra 31 round Glock Magazine,” she explained. “I have a Walther CCP, all 9 millimetres. I have a North-American Arms mini revolver, and a Sig Sauer P238, which is a micro 380.
“I’ve got guns in all kinds of colors.”
After failing to find a workable concealed carry solution for these weapons, Anna resorted to sewing a mouse pad to her postpartum wrap.
Pleased with her makeshift design, in 2013 the young entrepreneur founded Dene Adams – named after her grandad – and started producing concealed carry corsets based on her mouse pad prototype.
Husband, Jason said: “I am extremely proud of Anna. She never ceases to amaze me. Just the way Anna is able to maintain composure and is always striving to learn and create and challenge herself.”
That ability to maintain composure plays into what Anna says are the most important aspects of refusing to be a victim: “being aware, prepared, and knowing how to avoid conflict.”
And it’s not just Anna who remains aware of these principles. Her children have also been equipped with all the skills necessary to make sure they know how a firearm works.
Anna says the firearm education she provides to her kids is part of keeping them safe around guns and preventing accidents, and that she’s not concerned about their exposure to weapons.
“I’ve carried since some of the kids were little,” she explained. “My second-youngest, she was still nursing and I would carry my gun around my waist so since they’ve been little they’ve been up against a firearm or seen it, or felt it, or known that it was there.
“And it’s a tremendous responsibility and you have to be willing to take on that responsibility. If you neglect to teach them safety and respect. and teach them bad habits then that’s 100 percent on you.
“So from day one I have taught them and taught them how it works.
“Removing the mystery, teaching them how it works, as well as respect for life, and that a gun can be dangerous if misused is what I teach them.”
Asked whether she sees any problem with guns in the US more generally, she explained how she views personal responsibility as the major factor in the debate.
“The US has a personal responsibility problem. The US has a parenting problem. I don’t even know how many guns there are in America, but I know it’s a lot.
“When someone does not have personal responsibility or care for the life of others, it doesn’t matter what tool they get their hands on.
“If someone has ill intent and they don’t have respect for human life, they will find a way to cause harm to others. Definitely not a gun problem.”

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A MOTHER-OF-SEVEN and gun expert has spoken out about teaching her family marksmanship fundamentals and overcoming the “victim mentality”. Anna Taylor, The founder and CEO of gun holster company Dene Adams, has garnered attention online for her concealed carry corsets, which allow her to carry up to four guns and a knife at any one time. Now she has revealed how she, her husband, and her seven children, ages five to 16, remain “situationally aware” and fully educated in marksmanship.
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How Does God Feel About Self Defense?

If confronted with the threat of great bodily harm or death of myself or a loved one, would God want me to use deadly force? In this video Anna Taylor shares how she feels on the topic of self defense and God. Anna Taylor CEO of Dene Adams has been a born again Christian since the age of 5.