Cops Warn Against Drunk Driving by Threatening to Play Nickelback

Written by Zach Garretson Think drunk driving punishments in the United States are too high? Remember, it could always be worse. Kensington, a small town in Prince Edward Island Canada, has a new plan to deter drivers from boozing before getting behind the wheel. In a Facebook post this weekend, the Kensington Police Service announced

Fracking Makes United States the Oil Leader of the World

By: Jeff Caldwell, II Rystad Energy reports the United States has more oil reserves than anyone else on the face of the planet. Check out this chart: The reasons for the abundance of oil is because of the Fracking Boom and technological advancement within the oil industry. Due to these reasons, the United States now has greater

The Top 10 International Freedom Fighters You Didn’t Know About

By: Kody Fairfield The ideas of liberty have run deep through the veins of the American populace, since its founding as a nation. Breeding iron-born leaders with deep commitments to limited government, individual rights, and fiscal responsibility, arguably more so than any other place on earth.  But the world does have freedom fighters, outside the

Sovereign Citizen Gets In Officer’s Face & Dares Cop To Arrest Him. Cop Arrests Him.

BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA – A dozen protestors, including an 11-year-old girl, have been taken into custody after they deliberately blocked work which was set to begin on the Trans Mountain pipeline. Activists defied a court injunction which ordered them to clear the area so that crews could begin development of the site. One so-called “sovereign

Watch How Canadians React To Bigotry Against A Muslim On The Street

A new viral video showing a man being bigoted against another man wearing traditional Arab garb has over 1 million views in one day. Citizens rallied to the defense of the Arab man, even attacking the man who was claiming to try and protect bus passengers from potential Islamic terrorism.