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BREAKING! Officer That Threatened To Kill Journalists Removed After ACLU Calls Him Out

By Jay Syrmopoulos, The Free Thought Project Ferguson, Mo. – Tuesday night, a Missouri State Highway patrolman was caught on camera pointing his weapon at journalists and threatening to kill them. When asked to identify himself, he responded, “Go f@#k yourself.” On … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night’s Protests In Ferguson Start Calm, Then Turn Chaotic

By Seth Richardson, The Daily Caller FERGUSON, Mo. – The beleaguered town of Ferguson, Mo. saw continued protests throughout most of the day on Tuesday concerning the police shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The demonstrations began peacefully but ultimately descended into more … Continue reading

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Michael Brown not exactly the church-going boy scout some liberals have made him out to be.

Governor Nixon and other liberals become indignant as Ferguson police release evidence supporting their version of events. Michael Brown: A Criminal and a Thug by Matthew Vadum, FRONTPAGE MAG Matthew Vadum is an award-winning investigative reporter and the author of … Continue reading

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So long, First Amendment. It was nice knowing ya’. Two journalists arrested in Ferguson, MO for no reason.

by Thomas Madison Journalists Wesley Lowery, of The Washington Post, and Ryan Reilly, of The Huffington Post, were arrested Wednesday in a Ferguson, Missouri McDonald’s, which they were using as an operating base because of its WiFi and recharging outlets. … Continue reading

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Ferguson residents turn their anger to Obama and “Little Al” Sharpton. “Obama, you have done nothing! We need you! You haven’t changed anything! F*** y’all!”

by Thomas Madison, from Three Percenter Nation Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, directed their anger at a pair of new targets Wednesday night, as a mob of several hundred angry residents took to the streets once again. This time the objects … Continue reading

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