The Church has recently been approved the right to feed their local homeless population by the state. The Federal Courts ruled that yes, you are indeed allowed to provide free food to those in need while paying for it out of your own pocket. That is very kind of our masters.

During our SOTG Homeroom segment, Minnesota has a problem on their hands. A gang of Somalian immigrants, wielding hammers and metal pipes, attacked citizens coming off the East Bank LRT. No one was killed however there we several injured. You don’t need a gun or knife, just call the police!

Also during Brownells Bullet Points, Professor Paul and Jarrad discuss the brand new (and very expensive) rifle that the US Air Force is packing in their survival kits. But don’t worry, it’s WAY better than the old one… or is it? Listen louder hippies.


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From www.thedrive.com:

The U.S. Air Force is now issuing new survival rifles, also known as the GAU-5/A Aircrew Self Defense Weapon, to at least some units. So we’re now beginning to get a better look at the gun, a variant of the AR-15/M16 pattern design, which has specialized features so it can break apart and fit compactly into the standard survival kit in an aviator’s ejection seat.

On May 9, 2019, the public affairs office for the 366th Fighter Wing, which flies F-15E Strike Eagles from Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho, published a news item showing that the GAU-5/As are in service with its aircraft. In April 2019, a Facebook post showed that F-22 Raptor pilots with the 3rd Wing at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska had also begun to fly with the Aircrew Self Defense Weapons (ASDW).

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From alphanewsmn.com:

We received the redacted police report from the University of Minnesota police department on this incident, which includes a detailed narrative of the events, and details describing the perpetrators as a “group of Somali juveniles.” The report describes the two juveniles cited as between the ages of 12 and 15. The two juveniles were cited with misdemeanor fleeing police and disorderly conduct. One of the two juveniles was also charged with misd

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From www.thepeoplesledger.com:

A mob of unruly Somali teen males descended upon a Minneapolis area rail station on Friday night, wreaking havoc and causing several injuries.

Only a few hours before midnight, the pack of bandits were the focus of three separate police agencies after receiving calls about 10-12 Somali teen males armed with “hammers and bars,” reportedly “attacking anyone who looked like they had money or were white.” The initial call for backup was placed by University of Minnesota Police officers.

One alleged witness claimed that he was spared the attack, as he is half-Arabic and was wearing “ratty work clothes.”

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From www.cbsnews.com:

A 90-year-old man and two South Florida ministers have been accused of breaking a new ordinance that severely restricts public feeding of the homeless in Fort Lauderdale.
Police arrested homeless advocate Arnold Abbot and ministers Dwayne Black and Mark Sims on Sunday as they handed out food to homeless people in a Fort Lauderdale park. The city ordinance took effect Friday. –

– “I don’t do things to purposefully aggravate the situation,” he said. “I’m trying to work with the city. Any human has the right to help his fellow man.”
Black pastors The Sanctuary Church in Fort Lauderdale. Sims is pastor of St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church in Coral Springs.

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From www.forbes.com:

In a colorful decision that managed to invoke the Boston Tea Party, Lady Macbeth and Jesus of Nazareth, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that feeding the homeless is “expressive conduct protected by the First Amendment.” The decision revives a challenge brought by a local chapter of Food Not Bombs, which sued Fort Lauderdale, Florida for requiring a permit to share food in public parks.

Thanks to the city’s ordinance, Fort Lauderdale has become infamous for cracking down on compassion. In 2014, police arrested a 90-year-old man and two ministers who were simply trying to share food with the homeless.

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