Gov. Gretchen Whitmer blamed the Friday defeat of her emergency powers on the Michigan Supreme Court’s Republican-nominated majority and stumped for Democratic-nominated judicial candidates in a Sunday appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Whitmer said the Supreme Court “undermined” her emergency powers “on a slim majority Republican vote,” noting it was ironic that the decision came the same day President Donald Trump was admitted to the hospital with coronavirus.
“Michiganders have an opportunity to weigh in on our Supreme Court on this Nov. 3 ballot,” Whitmer said. “I’m hoping they elect (Bridget) McCormack and (Elizabeth) Welch because we’ve got to have justices who do the right…
From Mike Adams’ site, here. Yeah, well, good luck with that NEJM…oh, and here’s a ‘novel’ idea (see what I did there?): How ’bout YOU try to do the punishing and locking up. You can come to my house, first. Pretty please, do that!
OBEY OR ELSE: New England Journal of Medicine says people refusing MANDATORY coronavirus vaccines should be severely punished, locked in their homes and fired from their jobs
(Natural News) Welcome to the new medical fascism of 2020. TheNew England Journal of Medicine, the same fake science rag thatcommitted total fraud to dishonestly smear hydroxychloroquineand protect the interests of vaccine companies, is now saying that all human beings must be forced to take mandatory vaccines. Those who refuse should face severe punishment, the NEJM insists, and insidious measures should be pursued to make…
In my state, Michigan, our Supreme Court has ruled that our Governor decreed a multitude of civil rights violations by issue of her Executive Orders, that had NO basis in law after April 30, 2020, the day the time limit for the Governor’s declaration of a State of Emergency expired. The State Attorney General, Dana Wessel, has stated her office will not enforce any requirement of the COVID 19 Executive Orders, which translates to, “it’s over,” because the police won’t be looking at the citizenry for violations.
One day after that ruling, the Governor and various unelected bureaucrats, such as Leigh-Ann Stafford, doubled down for Whitmer and instituted, “mandatory” mask wear for all residents of Oakland County with the penalty of a misdemeanor citation for disobedience.
These liberals do not understand, or worse, do not care if they have the authority or not to issue unliateral ‘demands’ on the citizenry…
A groundbreaking new study commissioned byRevolver Newsconcludes that COVID-19 lockdowns are ten times more deadly than the actual COVID-19 virus in terms of years of life lost by American citizens.
Up until this point there had been no simple, rigorous analysis that accurately and definitively conveys the true costs of the COVID-19 lockdowns. Accordingly,Revolver Newsset out to commission a study to do precisely that: to finally quantify the net damage of the lockdowns in terms of a metric known as “life-years.” Simply put, we have drawn upon existing economic studies on the health effects of unemployment to calculate an estimate of how many years of life will have been lost due to the lockdowns in the United States, and have weighed this against an…
There are plenty of situations in which you may have to defend yourself. Whether you mean to put yourself in harm’s way or not, you could be the victim of any number of crimes that require you to respond to your fight or flight response.
These self defense scenarios can be scary, but they don’t have to be. As long as you’re prepared to handle whatever comes your way, you’ll know exactly what to do. In this article, we’ve revealed some of the best tips to protect yourself, no matter what.
1. BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS.
Anytime you leave home, you should constantly be aware of your surroundings. Put the phone away, but in a place where it’s easy to reach. Be vigilant as you walk down the sidewalk, through a parking lot, or in a parking garage.
Knowing what’s going on around you can help you be prepared for anything that might happen, and it will also improve your memory about the situation so you can describe it more accurately later.
2. MINIMIZE DISTRACTIONS.
Not only should you put your phone away, but you should make sure you zip your purse up and minimize all distractions. Don’t be tempted to check emails, text, look at social media, or fish through your purse for your chapstick.
Getting distracted means you’re not doing a very good job of #1.
3. BE SAFE WHEN EXERCISING OUTSIDE.
If you run alone, don’t listen to music. If you need music for motivation, consider leaving one earbud out and the music low enough that you can hear what’s going on around you. Be alert and watch behind you periodically to make sure you know what’s going on and who might be around.
4. BE SAFE IN A PARKING LOT.
If you’re walking through a parking lot or parking garage, keep your keys in your hand. You’ll need them once you get to your car anyway, so get them out and be ready. If someone is following you, you’ll be ready to get in your car quickly and lock the doors.
Keep in mind that you should never unlock your car from across the parking lot, giving someone time to get in it while you’re still far away. Once you approach the car, press the unlock button on your remote once to unlock the driver’s door only. Never give anyone hiding on the other side of your car a chance to slip in without you noticing.
Your key can also be used as a weapon if you’re attacked.
5. TELL PEOPLE YOU’RE UNCOMFORTABLE.
If someone gets too close to your personal space, you can communicate your boundaries, especially if you’re feeling vulnerable. Be firm and use a serious tone when you tell someone to get out of your space or back up.
Some people may back up, because they didn’t actually mean any harm. You may also alarm someone enough to make them give up on you. However, even if they do keep coming, setting the tone up front means you can now defend yourself with more powerful means because you called out a warning.
6. USE WHAT YOU HAVE.
Most self defense laws state that you should attempt to run if you’re attacked. However, if you can’t run or you get cornered, use whatever you have on you to defend yourself. Stab your attacker in the arm or hand with your keys to loosen their grip on you.
The throat, eyes, and groin are also sensitive areas you can aim for to disable your attacker and give yourself a chance to get away. You can also arm yourself in advance with pepper spray, a whistle, and a firearm.
7. KNOW HOW TO ATTACK.
The most vulnerable places to attack are the throat, eyes, and groin. However, you may also want to practice some self defense tactics or take a martial arts class so you’re familiar with how to attack in every situation.
8. SHOW NO FEAR.
You can use powerful body language to show how strong and confident you are. You’re a better target if you look weak. Demonstrate that you’re not scared and you have no time for nonsense.
Keep your head up and your shoulders back. Don’t be afraid to make eye contact with people, even if you don’t know them, and especially if they look suspicious. For one thing, it gives you a better look at them when you have to describe them or identify them later.
For another, it could intimidate them just enough to back off or think twice about approaching someone who seems like they could defend themselves.
9. TRUST YOUR GUT.
Your instincts are biological tools you can use to keep yourself safe. If you have a bad feeling about something, listen to that feeling and do what you need to do to avoid the situation. More often than not, you can trust your gut to be correct.
10. PROTECT YOUR SPACE.
If someone is going to attack you physically, they need to get close enough to do so. Use what you have to your advantage when protecting your personal space. If you can place an object in between you and your attacker, like a chair or table, do so.
You can also keep yourself positioned far enough away from them that they can’t touch you.
11. SIGN UP FOR A CONCEAL CARRY OR GUN SAFETY CLASS.
If you would like to protect yourself by carrying a firearm, you can look up conceal carry and gun safety courses in your area. Most gun shops offer them. You can learn a lot about how to carry and how to shoot.
You’ll learn how to care for your gun and you’ll get an opportunity to practice using it so you’re prepared if the worst were to happen.
Self defense is more than just carrying a weapon. It’s about your mindset, your awareness, and your ability to avoid situations that may put you in harm’s way. Be smart about who you’re with, where you go, and how you carry yourself when you’re alone. PDF Button
You probably noticed the highly annoying Cloudflare message that says its checking your browser or introduces a fun captcha when you’re trying to access the site.
Yeah, I know, please stop sending me emails asking what it is or why. I do not have enough time to answer you individually and I don’t like it either. It makes writing posts extremely difficult on my end.
Short answer- we’re getting hammered by DDOS attacks daily. Wanna know by who? Well, there’s a few. Some overseas, some domestic. Some linked, some not. I did some digging on the current one that took us offline for a few hours this morning and this is what came back:
"ip": 18.104.22.168"country_name": United States"state_prov": Texas"city": San Antonio"latitude": 29.42458"longitude": -98.49461"time_zone": America/Chicago"isp": Microsoft Corporation
"currency": US Dollar
"ip": 22.214.171.124"country_name": United States"state_prov": Virginia"city": Boydton"latitude": 36.66744"longitude": -78.38840"time_zone": America/New_York"isp": Microsoft Corporation
"currency": US Dollar
"ip": 126.96.36.199"country_name": France"state_prov": Ile-de-France"city": Paris"latitude": 48.85718"longitude": 2.34141"time_zone": Europe/Paris"isp": Microsoft Corporation
I wonder why Microsoft would want us shut down? Probably has nothing to do with us, our message, or our audience. We’re catching a little more than just flak, so I think we’re racetracking around the target(s). And we have no plans on stopping.