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Ghetto Jamboree In Ohio

An Ohio cop saves a black woman’s life. But Black Lives Matter is ready to riot because saving the woman’s life meant shooting her assailant, who was armed with a knife.  More on this incident in Columbus, Ohio, from The Salty Cracker.

Policy Violations Behind Death

In the lead up to Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged suicide several procedures and policies seem to have been broken creating the result we saw in the news, Epstein’s demise.

Epstein was supposed to be checked every 30 minutes, he wasn’t.
Epstein was supposed to keep a cellmate with him, the cellmate got removed just before he died.

Aside from that why was he even taken off suicide watch considering how high profile he was?

What’s strange now is that the left, far left, and the right all seem to agree that the story is fishy and at some point Occam’s razor would suggest foul play. Now it’s possible all these factors came together to allow such a high profile person to end their own life but when you have mainstream Democrats, journalists, and activists questioning this foul play seems likely.

The bigger question then is why so many other journalists are refusing to accept the possibility. Why do so many poo poo the idea that something foul was afoot? Certainly its possible and considering all that had to happen to allow this it seems even slightly probable.

Will Chamberlain of Human Events joins me to discuss ideas about this and other conspiracies that the media so often seems ready to ignore. More from Tim Pool.

Tidbits from the 2,000 pages of Jeffrey Epstein documents released Friday:

* Matt Groening, creator of THE SIMPSONS, getting massages on the Lolita Express.
* Ghislaine Maxwell gives a blowjob to George Clooney.
* Al Gore joins the fun on Little St. James Island.
* US Sen. George Mitchell, D-Maine, consorting with Jeffrey while serving as chairman of the board at Disney.
* Lolita Express getting permission to land on a Naval Air Force Base in Japan to pick up Bill Clinton.
* US Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, flies Lolita Express to attend a birthday party for Les Wexner, head of Victoria’s Secret and other fashion firms, in Columbus.

Hey, and this is just the start. Remember: There’s nothing to see here! More from Jamie Dlux.

Athens of the Prairie

Columbus, Indiana is a city of around 40,000 people located an hour south of Indianapolis. Columbus is exactly the kind of city you’d expect to find in the Midwest, except for one curious thing. The American Institute of Architects has ranked Columbus 6th in the nation for architectural innovation and design, right behind New York, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and Washington, DC.

The architectural richness of Columbus isn’t the result of some visionary planning board. Nor are the zoning laws in Columbus different than those in most other Indiana cities. Columbus has fascinating architecture because in the 1950s industrialist and philanthropist J. Irwin Miller (of the Cummins Engine Company) decided that he wanted to live in a more visually interesting city. To this end, Miller offered to pay the architect’s bill for any new public building in Columbus. Today, Columbus boasts more than 70 buildings designed by internationally celebrated architects like I.M. Pei, Eliel Saarinen, Eero Saarinen, Richard Meier and Harry Weese. H/T Reason.TV

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Does Money Corrupt Politics?

Should we worry when money and politics mix? Common wisdom suggests that large campaign contributions can corrupt politicians and disenfranchise regular voters. But Bradley Smith, former chairman of the Federal Elections Commission under President George W. Bush, warns that laws designed to regulate campaign contributions can have unintended consequences, actually making the playing field more advantageous for incumbents and stifling broad participation in the political process.

Smith is currently the Josiah H. Blackmore II/Shirley M. Nault Professor of Law at Capital University Law School in Bexley, Ohio — a suburb of Columbus. Here, he explains the downside to campaign finance reform in a brief talk for

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