Jason Calberson

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Armed Militia Battle Anti-Trump Protesters in Portland

Members of an armed militia group from rural Virginia calling themselves APART, were detained by police over night after the group took it upon themselves to “arrest” and “detain” several anti-Trump protesters from the newly formed activist group “Portland’s Resistance."

Record Store Day Violence Breaks Out Across America

Massive brawls broke out between vinyl enthusiasts and police at several independent record stores Saturday, leaving an embarrassing scar on the 10 year anniversary of ‘Record Store Day.'

Kent, WA Chosen for Immediate Syrian Refugee Relocation

Humanitarian workers will resettle the next wave of Syrian refugees in Kent, WA, as the Obama Administration struggle to bring at least 10,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. by the end of September.

Militia Bringing the Fight to George Soros

It’s been a busy 2016 for APART (Armed Patriots Against Radical Terrorists) militia leader Rob Remus, who first gained national attention after his platoon of self-proclaimed “patriots” conducted a pre-dawn raid against what they believed to be a “terrorist training camp” run by the Islamic activist group, Muslims of America (MOA).

Area Man Still Sucks at Sitar

On weekends he took to Golden Gate Park, to jam with other lost souls. He soaked up as much as he could from local musicians, even taking lessons from a man he remembers only as "Batty."

Gags the Green Bay Clown Declares the 18th “Clown Terror Night”

Since the creepy clown was first spotted wandering the streets at 2 a.m. on the 1st, a Facebook fan page has attracted over 35k fans and counting.

First Wave of Syrian Refugees Reach Menominee Michigan

Earlier this week, the first wave of Syrian refugees, approximately 2,000 of the expected 4,500, finally reached the Menominee Marina in downtown Menominee, MI. The remaining refugees are expected to land over the next few days, depending on the weather and conditions of Lake Michigan.

Stone Mountain, GA Chosen for Immediate Syrian Refugee Relocation

Humanitarian workers will resettle the final wave of Syrian refugees in Stone Mountain as the remnants of the Obama Administration struggle to bring at least 10,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. by the end of September.

Jason Calberson

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