Woman Shoots Man Who Attacked Her. When Police Open His Trunk, They Are Horrified By What They Find.

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Authorities say a West Virginia woman was attacked by an armed man she invited to her home after being solicited online for escort services. According to a KPTV report, 45-year-old Neal Falls attempted to strangle the unidentified victim upon arriving at a her Charleston residence.

Though her attacker allegedly aimed his gun at her torso and told her to decide whether she would live or die, the woman said she was able to fight through the fear and overpower the man.

“I fought men my whole life,” she said in a Charleston Gazette-Mail interview. “I guess I had to be ready for that guy.”

After struggling for roughly 15 minutes, she recalled grabbing a rake, which forced her attacker to put down his gun in an effort to disarm her.

“I grabbed the gun and just shot it behind me,” she said. “I hit him.”’

The shot turned out to be fatal, though police interest in the deceased suspect has never been higher. When investigators searched his vehicle’s trunk, they found a collection of weapons and tools suggesting this was not his first violent crime.

Authorities in Ohio are reportedly looking into Falls’ possible involvement in the disappearance or death of six women in a string of crimes potentially motivated by prostitution. The shooter told police Falls’ demeanor was confident, which she believed was a sign he had committed similar acts before.

The shooting is being investigated as an act of self-defense, and the shooter has been celebrated as a local hero.

“I don’t see myself as anybody special, or a hero,” she concluded, explaining she simply took advantage of the opportunity to stop her attacker.

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C.J. Pearson’s Personal Planned Parenthood Plea Is Permeating The Population With Passionate Pro-Life Position

At the age of 12, C.J. Pearson has already achieved a level of prominence beyond what most Americans achieve in their entire lives. The outspoken conservative activist has amassed a loyal following on the strength of several concise, passionate videos he has released in recent months.

The reception has not been completely positive, of course. Pearson acknowledged earlier this month that he received online threats from an anonymous critic, prompting him to take a brief break from commentary.

Pearson published his latest piece as a Facebook message instead of a video. The intimate, personal account of the circumstances around his own birth were presented as a counterpoint to disturbing charges recently made against abortion industry giant Planned Parenthood.


“My mom became pregnant with me during high school,” he wrote, “and she had a tough decision to make, probably one of the toughest decisions a prospective mother could ever make.”

With little money and few prospects, Pearson said his mother had a tough decision to make.

She had two choices: have me or abort me. My mother wasn’t ready for a child. She wasn’t financially capable of raising me and she didn’t feel as if she could give me the life she thought I deserved. But, my mother saw potential in me. She saw hope in me. She saw a future in me. My mother made the decision to have me because she simply loved me. Planned Parenthood would have told her abortion was the easiest and safest decision to make, but she didn’t buy that. She felt as if my life was much more valuable than simple convenience and for that, I am eternally thankful.

His testimonial garnered a litany of supportive comments. Many, including an adoptive father and several women who were at one point in the same position as Pearson’s mother, offered their own unique voices to the discussion.

Do you believe in the sanctity of human life? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Cruz Goes On Fox News, Drops This Incredible Truth Bomb On ‘Washington Cartel’ And Trump

While some in the Republican presidential primary field have trashed Donald Trump for his controversial remarks on issues like immigration, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz explained in a recent interview that he was observing his party’s 11th commandment.

Often cited by Ronald Reagan, Republicans obeying the rule agree to never “speak ill of any fellow Republican.”

It is not only party unity, Cruz told Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity Wednesday, that keeps him from criticizing Trump.

“He’s a friend of mine,” he said of the real estate tycoon. “He and I have sat down and visited many, many times.”

As for the attention – both positive and negative – his comments have received, Cruz chalked it up to Trump’s willingness to address uncomfortable truths.

“And he’s taking on the Washington cartel,” he added.

Cruz went on to charge that several others in the primary field are not so open to hearing a conservative immigration message.

Trump has focused on “illegal immigration and sanctuary cities” in recent speeches, Cruz explained, adding that “a great many of the candidates in 2016 for the Republican nomination have been vocal aggressive advocates of amnesty.”

On this issue, he pointed out, both he and Trump represent the field’s minority.

“When we come to the first debates in a couple of weeks,” he asserted, “I’m going to be one of the very few major candidates on that stage who has never embraced amnesty.”

Instead of throwing stones at a fellow GOP candidate, Cruz said he would prefer to focus on real proposals to address our immigration problem, including his plan to strip federal funding from sanctuary cities and impose a mandatory five-year minimum sentence for anyone convicted of illegal re-entry into the U.S.

Is Trump right on immigration? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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This Haunting Note Left On A Service Member’s Car Has Authorities On Alert

Law enforcement and military officials in Cobb County, Ga., are responding to a reported terrorist threat at Dobbins Air Reserve Base. According to recent reports, an unidentified military service member claimed to have found a letter threatening the lives of military personnel.

The note, left on the windshield of a vehicle displaying military tags, stated:

dear american soldier,

death to you coward women child killer and all the american military
mohammad will show no mercy on you
attacks will come full force
death is to come to you

In response to the letter, police are urging men and women in uniform – along with their families – to remain cautious. A WAGA reporter spoke to Nece Mills, who works at a retailer near the base, to determine how the threat is affecting locals.

“It’s frightening,” she said, noting that she is confident the leaders and citizens of her community will rally around one another in the face of increased safety threats.

“You got to trust people in your town, your county, your police department, that they’re going to tighten up and make sure people are going to be safe,” she reasoned.

While authorities are taking safety precautions, police believe the letter’s recipient was selected due to the vehicle’s conspicuous license plate design. As a result, many social media commenters urged service members to prepare for their own security.

“I guess since I have a retired Air Force/Air National Guard License plate on my Chevy,” one Facebook user wrote, “I’ll have to start carrying my 9mm everywhere I go.”

Should service members be armed at all times? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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You’ll Be Outraged After You Hear What This Top GOP Strategist Just Called Trump’s Supporters

Western Journalism has chronicled much of the reaction – both positive and negative – to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent incendiary statements. Specifically, he has caused controversy through his perceived denigration of illegal immigrants and Sen. John McCain’s war record.

In return for his brashness, Trump has received the lion’s share of 2016 primary media coverage. Though this has translated to an early popularity lead over his GOP rivals, it has also provided those other Republicans a forum through which to criticize the bombastic billionaire.

White House hopefuls like Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio have publicly derided Trump’s campaign while other prominent Republicans – including McCain – have offered their own direct disavowals.

According to a recent Breitbart report, prominent GOP strategist Rick Wilson is among the latest to publicly disparage Trump and the millions of Republicans who currently support him.

Wilson penned a recent Politico editorial titled, “Trump Voters Are Hillary’s New Best Friends,” in which he listed 10 reasons Trump’s candidacy is bad for the Republican Party. The first on his list is his concern that Trump will potentially ride his popularity into a third-party candidacy that will ensure Hillary Clinton’s eventual election.

He further criticized “Trump Super Fans” for being one-issue voters, focusing solely on the candidate’s immigration remarks. In reality, Wilson pointed out, Trump’s record is “an ideological train-wreck of epic proportions if you are about any conservative values.”

It was the closing characterization of Trump’s White House bid – and those who are supporting it – that caught the attention of Breitbart and other conservative media outlets. Wilson wrote:

The circus is almost over.

My advice to Trump fans?

Don’t be the last clown out of the tent.

h/t: Breitbart

Are Trump’s supporters a bunch of clowns? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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