“It cost us $60,000 just to rent the Pentagon parking lot, about $200,000 for the whole ball of wax — to promote the POW/MIA issue and veterans causes,” Dante said.

Rolling Thunder comes to an end; 2019 will be last ride

Rolling Thunder

By William Vitka | @vitkaWTOP December 13, 2018 12:23 pm

The key issues cited by the group are costs and communication problems with the Pentagon Police Department.

WASHINGTON — One of the nation’s most iconic displays of support for military veterans, those missing in action and prisoners of war is coming to an end.

The annual Rolling Thunder ride — which has brought thousands of bikers to the D.C. area for decades — is hitting the brakes. They won’t be riding after their May 2019 run, group officials confirmed to WTOP.

The key issues cited by the group are costs and communication problems with the Pentagon Police Department. Continue reading

Americans in possession of a firearm magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds after midnight in the illegal alien sanctuary state of New Jersey are in commission of a felony and could face up to 18 months in prison and a $10,000 fine per magazine

And NJ does separate Americans from their families: ‘Honest mistake’ leads to Philly mother facing three years on gun charge

Law disallowing gun magazines over 10 rounds set to go into effect

Posted: Dec 07, 2018 10:21 PM EST Updated: Dec 07, 2018 10:21 PM EST

Gun owners have until the end of the weekend to turn in, modify or destroy any firearm magazines that can hold more than 10 bullets.

The Murphy administration set a 180-day deadline to get rid of higher-capacity magazines when Gov. Phil Murphy signed a package of gun laws back in June. That deadline ends Monday.

Members of the armed forces and law enforcement departments are exempt from the new rule. But civilian violators could face up to 18 months in jail per magazine that is over the 10-round limit. Continue reading

Paris under siege: Tear gas, fury on the Champs-Elysees

The violent protests in France [are] fueled by intense frustration felt by a middle class that sees itself squeezed. They don’t earn enough to be part of the elite unconcerned with fuel taxes, but they work hard enough that they don’t qualify for the generous welfare benefits handed out to the nation’s poor and to newly arrived immigrants from Africa and the Middle East.


Paris Is Burning Over Climate Change Taxes — Is America Next?

Chuck DeVore Contributor

Policy Texas Public Policy Foundation VP and former California legislator

The City of Lights, Paris, has been illuminated in recent days by cars set alight by thousands of protesting “Yellow Vests”—largely middle class people who earn their living by driving or who commute to get to work. The cause of their ire is a scheduled 25 cents-per-gallon increase in gas taxes, and about 10 cents on diesel, to fight climate change. Continue reading

No Mugshot Tribune-Review? Maybe The SJWFL Can Bail Him Out For Christmas

Police: Drug dealer released from prison, then carjacks woman in parking lot

Renatta Signorini | Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, 8:36 a.m.

Updated 5 hours ago

A Philadelphia man’s freedom from the Westmoreland County Prison on Tuesday was short-lived. Continue reading

The social justice spending comes from an $89 million fund negotiated with the NFL…

Philadelphia Eagles Use ‘Social Justice’ Funds to Bail 9 …

The Philadelphia Eagles used $50,000 of the NFL’s “social justice fund,” to bail nine people out of jail for the Thanksgiving holiday, a report notes. On the day before Thanksgiving, members of the Players Coalition teamed up with the league to help get nine Philadelphians being held in city jails released on bail, ESPN reports.

Attention All Illegal Aliens Hiding In The Shadows In The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania The State of New Jersey Will Help Protect You From Deportation Even If You Have Committed Serious Crimes Take Interstate 78 or 80 East Until You Cross A Big River

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ICE slams N.J. over new rules limiting when cops can turn over unauthorized immigrants

By Kelly Heyboer | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com | Posted November 29, 2018 at 01:49 PM | Updated November 29, 2018 at 04:45 PM

New Jersey’s attorney general unveiled a broad new directive Thursday limiting when local police can ask someone’s immigration status and turn unauthorized immigrants over to federal officials for deportation.

Standing in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said the new rules — called the Immigrant Trust Directive — are designed to improve relations between local police and immigrant communities.

The new rules will draw “a bright line” between federal immigration officials and local police at a time when immigrants are growing more fearful of deportation and federal crackdowns on illegal immigration, Grewal said.

“No law-abiding resident of this great state should live in fear that a routine traffic stop by local police will result in his or her deportation from this country,” Grewal said.

Officials with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency slammed the attorney general for rules they say will hinder ICE and undermine public safety.

“Ultimately, this directive shields certain criminal aliens, creating a state-sanctioned haven for those seeking to evade federal authorities, all at the expense of the safety and security of the very people the New Jersey Attorney General is charged with protecting,” said Matthew Albence, an ICE deputy director. Continue reading

Border Patrol agents have been critically injured [and killed] By ROCKS

Any Politician, ACLU Lier, TV Newsreader, “Journalist” Et. al Who Doesn’t Consider A Rock A Deadly Weapon Take A Little Leaguer To A Little League Field With A Bucket Of Baseball Sized Rocks, You Stand In The Batters Box And Have The Little Leaguer Go To The Pitchers Mound With The Bucket, Then Instruct The Little Leaguer To Throw The Rocks As Fast As They Can At Your Head. 

Dangerous Rock Attacks on Border Patrol Agents Are Up; Chopper Brought Down by Rock in ‘79

July 20, 2011 Homeland Security Today

Assaults by illegals, coyotes and narco-smugglers using large chunks of rock on US Border Patrol agents enforcing the US/Mexico border continues to escalate.

These attacks can be life-threatening. In some instances, Border Patrol agents have been critically injured [and killed] when struck in the face or head. Continue reading