Mike Tyson Repeatedly Punches Man on Plane

According to The Gateway Pundit Boxer Mike Tyson repeatedly punched a man on a JetBlue flight scheduled to take off from San Francisco Wednesday night. The passenger was reportedly intoxicated and wouldn’t stop taunting and provoking Mike Tyson. After asking the passenger to ‘chill,’ Tyson, 55, lost his cool and began punching the man in […]

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Parachute demo at Nats Park causes brief Capitol evacuation

According to wtop news The U.S. Capitol was briefly evacuated Wednesday evening after police identified an aircraft that they said posed “a probable threat” — but the plane was actually carrying members of the U.S. Army Golden Knights, who then parachuted into Nationals Park for a pregame demonstration. The alert from the U.S. Capitol Police […]

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Russian Gov Seizes 130 Million Rounds of American Ammunition

American ammunition investors are the latest targets of Russian sanction retaliation and the war in the Ukraine. In August, Biden signed a DOJ order banning the future approval of import licenses for Russian Ammunition.  Many expected this to be an immediate end to the Russian ammo supply which makes up 40% of the American ammunition […]

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Ruag aka Norma Ammunition Moves HQ to Georgia

According to Yahoo An ammunition manufacturer is relocating its U.S. headquarters to Chatham County. Norma Precision Ammunition is a subsidiary of the leading European ammunition manufacturer RUAG Ammotec. The Swiss-based company says it develops and produces high-end ammunition for sports shooters, special operations forces, and peace officers worldwide. “With their facilities in close proximity to […]

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New York Subway Shooter Identified Manhunt Underway

According to ABC7NY A manhunt continues Wednesday morning for the suspect following Tuesday’s mass shooting on the subway at 36th Street Station in Brooklyn. The attack left at least 29 people shot or otherwise injured, shaking a city already unnerved by a sharp rise in crime. A “mumbling” lone gunman in a reflective vest and […]

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Judge Issues The First Acquittal Of a Defendant Charged Over The Jan. 6 riot

According to NPR A federal judge on Wednesday acquitted a New Mexico man of misdemeanor charges that he illegally entered the U.S. Capitol and engaged in disorderly conduct after he walked into the building during last year’s riot. U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden issued the verdict from the bench after hearing testimony without a jury in […]

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ATN Corp. Shipping 9K Night and Thermal Optics to Ukraine

ATN Corp. receives expedited approval from US Government Agencies to ship thousands of thermal and night vision optics to the Ukrainian forces.   Doral, Fla. (April 2022) – American Technology Network Company (ATN), an industry leader and innovative producer of Smart Optics for the 21st-century, in addition to night vision and thermal vision products, is […]

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Feds Fight The Flow Of Chinese Auto Sears Into The U.S.

According to Firearm Chronicles Such a cringe. “Auto sears are one of the scariest things I’ve dealt with since I joined the ATF.” Machine guns and other full auto have been flooding the streets for decades, and now auto sears are a problem? It’s all in the feds perspective of this device and attract attention […]

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ATF letter to FFL’s regarding FRT’s.

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Stormy Daniels loses appeal in Trump case, vows not to ‘pay a penny’

According to NYPost  Porn star Stormy Daniels has promised to defy a court ruling ordering her to pay nearly $300,000 in former President Donald Trump’s attorneys’ fees over her failed defamation lawsuit. Daniels, 43, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, tweeted Monday she won’t honor Friday’s federal appeals court ruling that likely ends the legal feud between […]

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