Month: July 2017 (page 1 of 2)

Mohamed Noor’s “Fast-Tracked” Police Training Highlights The Failures Of Affirmative Action

On Saturday, July 15th, Justine Damond was shot and killed by Officer Mohamed Noor after responding to a noise complaint made by Damond:

The Minnesota cop who shot and killed an Australian bride-to-be opened fire on her after being startled by a “loud sound” near his patrol car, investigators say.

Officer Mohamed Noor, 31, began blasting at 40-year-old Justine Damond, of Minneapolis, just moments after he and his partner, Matthew Harrity, heard the noise in the alley behind her house, according to the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

One notable difference between this shooting and others that make headlines is the fact that a black man (a Somali migrant, no less) shot and killed a white woman; one could only imagine the public’s reaction would be far different if the “race shoe” was on the other foot.

No matter the circumstances, the prudent thing to do in all instances of shootings is to wait until the facts come out before making any judgments.  And in Noor’s case, the facts point towards a bad decision, which was spurred on by poor officer training and relaxed hiring standards that were focused on adding “members of the community” to the police force.

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Are Our First Amendment Rights Being Properly Protected?

Every word found in the Bill of Rights was written by the Founders for a reason, and we must never forget that. If one of our rights comes under attack, then all of them are at risk (which is why we must continue to advocate for the right to bear arms, despite protests from those on the left who still don’t understand this fact). When security or safety are cited, we must be very careful to make sure we aren’t being taken advantage of, as it is far more difficult to gain our rights back after they have been taken away.

Currently, it appears our First Amendment Rights are the ones requiring the most vigilance. People are fighting the good fight for gun rights and spreading the truth, and many of our other rights aren’t under attack (no one is looking to quarter troops in American homes). Yet people are watching what they say more often—anyone against the large government agenda is quickly silenced—and the government is getting involved in Americans lives beyond an acceptable level. We need protection for our rights, and here we take a look at why we need to be paying attention:

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Hell Hath No Fury Like President Trump Scorned

 

Saturday morning, President Trump launched a multi-tweet firestorm spanning ten tweets.

Though the topics of his ire wildly varied, one thing is apparent: Slowly, President Trump is switching to be on the offensive; as opposed to being on the attack. Interestingly, this is the closest thing to the fabled “pivot” (as mainstream media frothed at the mouth over back when he was on the campaign trail) I’ve seen Trump enact.

In an attempt to amp up the focus on his agenda, he called for his Senators to “step up to the plate” to “repeal and replace” Obamacare. After that was accomplished, he called for tax reform and updating infrastructure.

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Only 6% of Americans Think The Russian Narrative Is Important

In a poll released on Monday by Bloomberg News, it was revealed that only a mere 6% of Americans think the Russian narrative is important. Overwhelmingly, Americans were more concerned with healthcare reform, unemployment, terrorism, and immigration over the baseless Russia hysteria plaguing the mainstream media.

Take note of the source: coming from the left-leaning Bloomberg means that this isn’t Fake News.

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Episode 02 – FMShooter Podcast

Episode 02 of the Free Market Shooter podcast has been released, and this week’s edition features Jon Hall as the first ever “guest” of the show.  A link is below:

Episode 02 – FMShooter Podcast

This week’s episode features discussion about Laura Dunn’s “activism career” and rape victims, Obamacare repeal/replacement, and the Trump Jr. / Natalia Veselnitskaya meeting, and much more.

 

More information about the podcast, as well as a full recap of all episodes, can be found at the FMShooter Podcast page on this site, which is also linked in the site’s page list.

If you are interested in coming on the Free Market Shooter podcast as a guest, please contact Duane Norman.

Obamacare Repeal Alone Can’t Fix America’s Busted Healthcare System

Obamacare “repeal and/or replace” has been the order of news lately; first, Republican Senators defeated President Trump’s healthcare bill, then they defeated Senator Mitch McConnell’s “repeal-in-two-years” alternative, leaving Americans stuck with Obamacare for the foreseeable future.  Needless to say, President Trump was less than pleased with this recent development:

A clearly frustrated President Trump lambasted GOP senators at The White House this morning demanding that they cancel their August recess and not leave town until acting to repeal ObamaCare.

“We can repeal, but we should repeal and replace, and we shouldn’t leave town until this is complete — until this bill is on my desk,” the president told senators at the beginning of a lunch meeting at the White House.

“Any senator who votes against debate says you are fine with Obamacare,” Trump said.

Trump didn’t build our broken healthcare system, so if Republicans are unable and/or unwilling to pass a bill, he’s right not to “own” out of control healthcare costs…

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Mainstream Media Is Deliberately Misleading Viewers On The True Natalia Veselnitskaya

 

Last week, Free Market Shooter exposed Natalia Veselnitskaya as an anti-Trump, anti-Putin lawyer with deep ties to the Democratic party.  In fact, despite her visa restrictions, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s DoJ granted her release under “extraordinary circumstances” to the US:

The Moscow lawyer had been turned down for a visa to enter the U.S. lawfully but then was granted special immigration parole by then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch for the limited purpose of helping a company owned by Russian businessman Denis Katsyv, her client, defend itself against a Justice Department asset forfeiture case in federal court in New York City.

Instead of looking at Veselnitskaya and her overt connections to the Democratic party, the mainstream media has instead been focused on disproving realities about the lawyer’s true motives and allegiances.  Just one day after Free Market Shooter posted our story, CNN ran a story deliberately trying to discredit sites like Free Market Shooter which brought Veselnitskaya’s past into the limelight:

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Episode 01 – FMShooter Podcast

Free Market Shooter is happy to announce its podcast; a one-hour long panel discussion hosted by Duane Norman, Ben Isaac, and Jim Reinhardt.  The podcast will cover recent articles published on Free Market Shooter, a dedicated time for each participant to discuss one important topic uninterrupted, and one ridiculous reply to a tweet by President Trump.  A link to listen is below:

Episode 01 – FMShooter Podcast

This week’s episode features discussion on: the Omar Khadr payout, CNN “doxx” threats from Andrew Kacyzinski, Trump’s Syria deal at the G-20 summit, and more.

 

More information about the podcast, as well as a full recap of all episodes, can be found at the FMShooter Podcast page on this site, which is also linked in the site’s page list.

If you are interested in coming on the Free Market Shooter podcast as a guest, please contact Duane Norman.

Fake News Exposed: The Curious Case of Natalia Veselnitskaya

Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. in June 2016, not only has proven ties with the Kremlin but also with the Obama administration.

The story goes like this…

In 2016, Rob Goldstone e-mailed Donald Trump Jr. – speaking on behalf of a mutual friend, Emin Agalarov – claiming to have incriminating evidence on Hillary Clinton and her dealings with Russia. After attempts at holding meetings via telephone that all fell through, Donald Trump Jr. learned Natalia Veselnitskaya landed in New York and decided to meet with her.

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Laura Dunn’s “Activism Career” Is Making Life Worse For Actual Rape Victims

In 2011, “rape survivor” Laura Dunn was Joe Biden’s honored guest at an event releasing the “Dear Colleague” letter, and as a result of this push to “help nation’s schools address sexual violence,” Dunn would use the accompanying publicity to kickstart her activism career:

Not only was she Biden’s honored guest at the April 4, 2011, event releasing the Dear Colleague letter, she would later serve on a White House Task Force on Sexual Assault and be recognized for her advocacy on the U.S. Senate floor. In April 2013, Dunn and Lombardi were guests on Diane Rehm show.

Dunn now runs SurvJustice, an advocacy group for rape survivors.

If you take a closer look at the Dunn case, and the work of Dunn herself, you’ll be left wondering not only how this woman rose to the position she is in today, but whether or not she is helping or hurting the cause of those she is “working” to defend.

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