In a recent video, Donald Trump unveiled his latest campaign promise: Give the socialists what they have been striving for – a socialist college system administered and funded by the federal government that is tuition-free. Chuck and Nate from ‘Liberty At Night’ pointed out, the program would not likely be completed before 2028, at which point Trump would have to leave office, anyway. (When’s the last time the government efficiently created a huge new program?) In 2029, the socialist college would be controlled by President Newsom or Warren…what could go wrong?
Over the last few days, you may have heard a lot about the $27 million dollar federal DHHS COVID grant, and then the all-out intimidation, threats, and assault on NH House Rep. Ken Weyler. Did Sununu create a smokescreen for another all-out attack on our freedoms?
Would you expect the Attorney General’s office to facilitate Police Departments across the state’s access to personal information about you without a warrant?
Whether it’s vaccine passports, mask mandates, lockdowns, QR codes, or any other dystopian policy, we must fight it with everything we’ve got.
According to a 2012 study by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, cops (government agents) support the double plate requirement because it helps them give tickets to more drivers, as reported by Cars.com:
UPDATE: Senate Bill 40 has passed into law! Currently, police officers throughout the US can and do search vehicles without a warrant, probable cause, or true consent. They accomplish this by confusing or intimidating the driver to allow them to search their vehicle. A few senators in New Hampshire are Read more…
the new edict created by our Lords gives themselves permission to expose the names of infected patients to EMS, FD, and PD personnel throughout the state.
As reported by Patch.com, the Portsmouth Police Department was given $75,000 of federal taxpayer money in order to purchase seven new drones, bringing their new total number of unmanned flying surveillance devices to eight. “It’s the future of law enforcement”, said Portsmouth police Lt. Chris Cummings about the drones, according Read more…