“Monster” Hurricane Dorian Taking Direct Aim at Florida; Stores “Nearly Empty” of Supplies

“Monster” Hurricane Dorian Taking Direct Aim at Florida; Stores “Nearly Empty” of Supplies By Michael Snyder Well, that certainly escalated quickly.  On Wednesday we were told that Hurricane Dorian would only be a Category 3 storm when it hits the Florida coastline, but now we are being told that it will be a Category 4 storm.  Hurricane Dorian is rapidly gaining strength over very warm waters in the Atlantic Ocean, and the latest forecast has it making landfall somewhere along the east coast of Florida on Monday.  If it is…

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Government Fines Elderly Man $30K, Trying to Steal His Home Because His Grass Was Too Tall

Government Fines Elderly Man $30K, Trying to Steal His Home Because His Grass Was Too Tall By Matt Agorist Dunedin, FL — Jim Ficken is not a criminal, has never been in jail, and is a model citizen in the town of Dunedin, Florida. However, the government intends to rob him and steal his home because Ficken’s grass grew too long and Ficken was unable to cut it. The entire police state overreach began for Ficken last year when he was out of town trying to take care of his…

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Florida School Hires Former US Soldiers to Prevent Mass Shootings

Florida School Hires Former US Soldiers to Prevent Mass Shootings By Tyler Durden Just south of Tampa, Fla., students at the Manatee School for the Arts (MSA) roam the hallways past an armed combat veteran who is constantly looking out for threats. By the end of February, another one will be manning a guard shack at at the school’s entrance. 39-year-old Harold Verdecia, a former infantryman in the US Army who completed tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, patrols the hallways of Manatee strapped with a 9mm Glock 19X and a Kel-Tec “Bullpup”…

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A Judge Is Trying to Censor Parkland School’s Treatment of Nikolas Cruz: Here Are the Documents

A Judge Is Trying to Censor Parkland School’s Treatment of Nikolas Cruz: Here Are the Documents By Carey Wedler A Florida judge recently proclaimed her right to decide what a newspaper publishes amid the South Florida Sun-Sentinel’s decision to publish a redacted report on Nikolas Cruz, the perpetrator of the Parkland school shooting in February. The outlet obtained a redacted version of the report documents from the school district detailing what school officials knew about him in the years leading up to the attack.  The report, however, was mostly redacted pursuant to a court order,…

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