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Bill Holter’s Commentary

This is heroinism at its finest but not considered as such in Texas because it is expected…not so much in California. She saved her children, will the Left look at this and say it was a hate crime because the perpetrator was black? Sorry, piss on them because this is the real world …!  PS. what would have happened to these children if guns were illegal…and we know, “it’s all about the children, right”?

Dallas Mom Shoots Man Who Took Her Car With Kids Inside
July 5, 2018

DALLAS – A woman shot a man who she says took her car at a southern Dallas gas station Wednesday night.

Michelle Booker-Hicks told FOX 4 it happened around 10 p.m. as she was paying for her gas at a Shell station along Interstate 35 near Camp Wisdom Road.

Booker-Hicks saw a man get into the car with her 2 and 4-year-old sons in the back seat. She jumped back in too, grabbed a gun from her glove box and shot the man in the face to get him to stop.

“I proceeded to jump in my backseat and told the gentleman to stop, to get out the car. He would not get out of the car. He turned around and looked at me,” she recalled. “I reached over the armrest to get my glove compartment and that’s when I fired at him once I got the gun from my glove compartment.”


Bill Holter’s Commentary

Just another contradiction from one of those “loving and inclusive” states? To be honest, I never knew shock treatment had ever been used on special needs kids. What a travesty! On a side note, maybe they will next try to hook it up to voting booths and wire the “conservative buttons”. Don’t say it could never happen because we are living in a world where “it could never happen” but does every single day in so many ways!

Court Rules School Can Use Electric Shock as Punishment For Special Needs Students
July 2, 2018

By John Vibes

Bristol County, MA – Family Court Judge Katherine Field denied a motion to stop the use of electric shock on disabled students, a form of punishment that has been controversial for years after news of the practice first reached the public in 2013 when video surfaced of an 18-year-old student receiving dozens of shocks for refusing to take off his jacket.

“(The state) failed to demonstrate that there is now a professional consensus that the Level III aversive treatment used at JRC does not conform to the accepted standard of care for treating individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities,” Judge Field wrote in her decision.

The facility in question is the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center (JRC), a special needs day and residential school in Canton, and it is the only school in the country that still uses electric shocks on its students. Records show that at least 58 students at the school have received shocks as of August 2017.

Despite the obvious ethical concerns with this practice, there is a cult-like support among the staff and even some parents for what they call “aversive treatment.”


There people are not lacking courage.

Judicial Watch Sues CIA For Documents On Dossier Leak To Senator Harry Reid
July 6, 2018

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for records of communications with former Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) and his staff regarding the anti-Trump dossier funded by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (Judicial Watch v. Central Intelligence Agency (No. 1:18-cv-01502)).

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid reportedly believed then-Obama CIA Director Brennan was feeding him information about alleged links between the Trump campaign and the Russian government in order to make public accusations.

According to “Russian Roulette,” by Yahoo! News chief investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff and David Corn, the Washington bureau chief of the left-wing Mother Jones magazine, Brennan contacted Reid on Aug. 25, 2016, to brief him on the state of Russia’s interference in the presidential campaign. Brennan briefed other members of the so-called Gang of Eight, but Reid is the only who took direct action.

Two days after the briefing, Reid wrote a letter to then-FBI Director James Comey asserting that “evidence of a direct connection between the Russian government and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign continues to mount.”

Reid called on Comey to investigate the links “thoroughly and in a timely fashion.”

Reid saw Brennan’s outreach as “a sign of urgency,” Isikoff and Corn wrote in the book.


Jim Sinclair’s Commnentary

Mr. Williams shares with us as the greatest boom in US economics is being proclaimed by those know not to be the best sources of truth.

– Private Labor-Market Surveying Showed Continued Retrenchment in June 2018
– June Labor-Market Stress Remained at High Levels, Consistent with Headline Unemployment Much Closer to a Record High than Just Off a Record Low
– June U.3 Unemployment Rate Rose to 4.05% from 3.75% in May, Up by 0.30%; Headline Gain of 0.2% Was a Rounding Artefact of 4.0% versus 3.8%
– June U.6 Unemployment Rose to 7.79% from 7.65% in May
– June ShadowStats-Alternate Unemployment Rose to 21.5% from 21.4% in May
– June Payroll Jobs Gained 213,000 (up by 250,000 Net of Revisions), but with Annual Growth of 1.62% Still in Recession-Signal Territory
– Household Survey Lost 89,000 (-89,000) Full-Time Employed, but Gained 145,000 Part-Time Employed
– May 2018 Nominal Balance-of-Payments Trade Deficit Shrank for Third-Straight Month
– Second-Quarter Real Merchandise Trade Deficit Is on Track for a Sharp Narrowing

“No. 959-A: June 2018 Labor Conditions, May Trade Deficit”