The US Commission on Civil Rights Condemned Violence from The Alt Right But Not...

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights condemned violence from alt-right demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia, but voted down a proposal to also condemn violence from the far-left group, Antifa. The Commission decided that violence is acceptable if the political views of the perpetrators are acceptable. –GEG

REPORT: Saudi Arabia Coalition Responsible For Over 300 Child Deaths In Yemen

Instead of M-103, why does our government not focus in on what is really going on?

Emmanuel Macron’s Popularity Fading Fast

When he was running against Marine Le Pen, Macron was featured everywhere in the global press. He was hailed as a “saviour” of France and the herald of a new global elite

Michael Rivero This Week – August 21st – Charlottesville, McAfee, Refugees, Propanganda, and Stupidity

Charlottesville, McAfee, Refugees, Propanganda, and Stupidity

Stephen Bannon Documentary 2017 (Video)

Steve Bannon's War...

VIOLENT: Far-Left Antifa Assault Reporter & Smash Camera

Antifa attacked a reporter and cameraman.1

A total eclipse of SANITY: America under the spell of mass hysteria engineered by...

The total eclipse of sanity is now under way across America. Mass hysteria has gripped the minds of the gullible, many of whom now hallucinate their “reality” on a moment-by-moment basis

Quebec City Police Declare Antifa Protest Illegal After Violence & Fires

A protest against La Meute in Quebec City has turned violent today, as Antifa protestors threw bottles at police and set things on fire

The Confederate Statue They Won’t Take Down! (Video)

Included in Albert Pike's resume, he was the chief judicial officer and Arkansas Grand Dragon of the newly formed Ku Klux Klan

Steve Bannon returns to Breitbart: Competition for FOX News appears to be in the...

Former Chief White House Strategist and current executive chairman of Breitbart News, Steve Bannon, is wasting no time in expanding the leading populist news network. Bannon is reportedly plotting a television channel to rival Fox News. Strikingly, the idea was first proposed by former Fox News CEO, the late Roger Ailes