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HOUSTON (KTRK) — When you think of felony forgery your thoughts might turn to Al Capone or Bonnie and Clyde shooting it out with the Texas Rangers.
Not for some local school cops. For one day, public enemy number one when it came to forgery was 13-year-old eighth grader Danesiah Neal at Fort Bend Independent School District’s Christa McAuliffe Middle School. Continue reading
A woman with two small children in her car tried to pull into her driveway. That simple task ended with Chicago police officers pointing a gun to her head and charging her with attempted murder.
CBS 2’s Dave Savini has police video, the 9-1-1 calls and complaints against these officers. Continue reading
This is the full interview of Jim Willie posted earlier but it was interrupted by you tube and not allowed to continue. When I went to the recommended site to hear the rest you had to join and pay to do so. My next move was to find another source and did. This is very important as it shows China’s moves that would certainly fix a lot of things.
Ralph and Edna were both patients in a mental hospital. One day while they were walking past the hospital swimming pool, Ralph suddenly jumped into the deep end.
He sank to the bottom of the pool and stayed there. Edna promptly jumped in to save him. She swam to the bottom and pulled him out. When the Head Nurse Director became aware of Edna’s heroic act she immediately ordered her to be discharged from the hospital, as she now considered her to be mentally stable. Continue reading
Local police chiefs and sheriffs typically swear to enforce the laws of their state. But a group called the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association is intent on strictly enforcing their view of the U.S. Constitution and, according to a long newpiece by the Center for Public Integrity, “its ambition is to encourage law enforcement officers to defy laws they decide themselves are illegal.” In essence, they are troubled by the overreach of the federal government in matters concerning guns, taxes and land management, and founder Richard Mack has described the federals as “the greatest threat we face today,” and his association as “the army to set our nation free.” Continue reading
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Lawyers for Ammon Bundy say the leader of the Oregon wildlife refuge occupation offered after his arrest to plead guilty if charges against other defendants were dismissed, but the deal was rejected.
The assertion is made in a pre-trial motion filed in federal court on Wednesday. Continue reading
VOTE WITH YOUR WALLET!
SAY NO TO PERVERSION!
SAY NO TO MEN IN WOMEN’S BATHROOMS!
BOYCOT TARGET, THE PERVERSION STORE!
The American Family Association is calling for a boycott of Target after the retail giant said it would allow men to use the women’s restrooms and dressing rooms in their stores. Continue reading
An Israeli man was convicted on Tuesday of murdering a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem, as a court rejected his insanity plea for a crime that helped trigger the 2014 Gaza war.
Prosecutors said Yosef Haim Ben-David organised the killing of 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khudair, who was bludgeoned, strangled and burned alive. Two Jewish youths who helped him abduct the teen were sentenced in February, one to life imprisonment and the other to a 21-year term. Continue reading
NY Times: Senator Says He May Back Bill Exposing Saudis to 9/11 Lawsuits
By MARK MAZZETTI and JENNIFER STEINHAUER
A bill opposed by the Obama administration that would expose Saudi Arabia to legal jeopardy for any role in the Sept. 11 attacks appeared to gain momentum. Continue reading
A protest at a Donald Trump rally in Costa Mesa, CA, turned into a riot, as the mob of people began to smash up police cars and tried to flip them over. Continue reading
“Whiteness & Feminism” was the title of the event, one of the many sessions that were part of Portland Community College’s “whiteness history month”. This particular event featured Portland State University instructors Roberta Hunteand Sally Eck.
The “whiteness” presentations are considered public events, take place in public college rooms, and are open to the public, often times joined by classes. In this instance, a “women’s studies” class taught by Kathy Casto was taking part in this event. Continue reading
Eustice Mullins — The CDL Report, Issue 69 (Nov-Dec 1984)
In December of 1984, it will be forty years since one of America’s greatest heroes, General George S. Patton, was executed by his Communist foes. General Patton was struck down the day before he was scheduled to make a triumphant return to the United States. He had just been removed from his command of the Third Army, which was in charge of governing the American sector of Germany. Because he not only opposed the dismemberment of Germany, but also because he favored military action against the Communists. As the most popular hero of the Second World War, Patton would have been unbeatable in a Presidential race. This was the reason his skulking enemies ordered his execution before he could leave Germany. Continue reading
For the first time, researchers have witnessed the exact moment conception occurs— and have recorded the ensuing explosion of sparks that form when sperm meets an egg. The Telegraph reported that scientists had previously captured the moment in animals, but this is the first time it’s been recorded in humans.
“It was remarkable,” senior co-author Teresa Woodruff, director of the Women’s Health Research Institute and chief of the Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology-Fertility Preservation at Northwestern University, told the Telegraph. “We discovered the zinc spark just five years ago in the mouse, and to see the zinc radiate out in a burst from each human egg was breathtaking.” Continue reading
A powerful South Carolina Democrat convinced House Armed Service Committee members to attempt to cut the Citadel’s ROTC funding over the controversial banner.
The state-funded military academy has long celebrated its historical role in the Civil War, which included firing on a Union supply ship in the tense period just before active hostilities broke out, and has kept the flag as part of displays on campus. Continue reading
Neenah, WI — In December of last year, Michael Funk and two other individuals were taken hostage by Brian T. Flatoff. After an hours-long standoff, Funk managed to escape, only to be murdered in cold blood by Neenah Police officers.
After they killed him, police lied and said Funk refused to obey their orders to drop his gun, so they were forced to open fire on the innocent man. They also lied and said that he was given immediate medical attention and treated at a hospital before he succumbed to his wounds. However, the video shows police leave him lying in a pool of his own blood for a half hour. Continue reading
With regard to its designs for our nation, debasement has been the name of the game for the political left for a long time. While volumes could be written on the moral debasement alone catalyzed by the left, America’s standing in the world, our economy, our educational system, our worldview and collective self-image, among many other things, have been targets for incremental debasement by the left.
When liberals began targeting the sexual attitudes of our population through mass media and junk science such as Alfred Kinsey’s perverted sex studies, suddenly the worst thing one could be was a prude, and the accusation was thrown around almost as liberally (no pun intended) as “homophobe” has been in recent years. In retrospect, we can see that both were part of the same stratagem of shaming ideological opponents into acquiescence. Continue reading
Captain Kristen Griest became the U.S. Army’s first female infantry officer this week, the Army said, in a milestone for the U.S. military as it opens up combat roles for women.
Griest was one of two women who made history last year after becoming one of the first female soldiers to pass the Army’s grueling course to qualify for the elite Rangers unit. Continue reading
Tiny hemp homes are being made in Washington as a way to promote more sustainable building materials.
Though she has never built a home before, Pam Bosch claims that “Anybody can do this. Grandma can do this. Grandma’s doing it.”
She’s referring to building tiny homes made of hemp, the plant that grows cannabis, which is a Schedule I drug and considered a felony to possess or grow. Continue reading