On Saturday the ‘Proud Boys’ and other far right, alt-right, and white supremacist groups staged a demonstration in Portland, Oregon in protest of violent, extremist far left group Antifa, who showed up in counter-protest. It was an obvious recipe for disaster for the city once again. An extremely heavy police and National Guard presence kept
On Saturday, a man armed with a rifle and Molotov cocktails or flares, according to reports, and angered by “”factually inaccurate portrayal” of the facility, according to the company operating the facility, attempted to set fire to an ICE detention center in Tacoma, Washington. In a subsequent confrontation with police, the Antifa activist was killed.
It’s not just Portland, anymore. (It never was, but you get the point.) Antifa, the group that purports to oppose “fascism” but mainly just gets mad about various woke issues of the day, has been bigger in the news since attacking independent journalist Andy Ngo on camera last week. Despite the gross attempts by a
Since the assault and robbery of journalist Andy Ngo in Portland went national over the weekend, many more photos and videos from the Antifa protest that took place in the streets of the city have come out. This is only the latest of many such takeovers of the downtown area in Portland, events to which
Students at John Hopkins University, calling for the school to stop cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, have shut down the main administrative building on campus until their demands are met. This building houses the university’s financial aid offices, as well as those related to disability services and student visas. What’s the story? In early
Muslim workers at an Amazon warehouse in Shakopee, Minnesota, are protesting against their employer, claiming rigorous work requirements prevent them from praying. What are the details? Because of strict workload demands, Muslims, who are required to pray five times per day, are struggling to both meet the arduous demands of their employer while at the
Mario Tama / Getty by AWR Hawkins18 Apr 20180 18 Apr, 201818 Apr, 2018 Butler County Sheriff Michael Slupe has banned his office from conducting business with any company involved in a boycott of the NRA. He enacted the prohibition earlier this month but news surrounding it just became public this week. The Washington Examiner
Katherine Rodriguez/Breitbart News by Katherine Rodriguez24 Mar 20180 24 Mar, 201824 Mar, 2018 Thousands of protesters at the March for Our Lives in Washington, DC, Saturday packed the streets holding signs promoting an anti-gun agenda, but many of them left those signs out in the cold after the march. The signs that the self-described socially