Saturday, January 10, 2015

Wait...cities are banning WHAT?!?!

Somebody stop this frozen planet...I want to get off.  Especially if we're not even allowed to have any fun while we're freezing.

A growing number of cities have decided to ban a popular kids' winter activity...all because of the fear of injuries. Well, not actually because of the injuries...but because of the soul-sucking lawyers whose limitless commitment to litigation puts the towns at significant financial risk.

So what are the towns banning?

Friday, January 9, 2015

Charlie Hebdo's Cartoons Translated and Explained in Three Minutes

The mass murder of 12 workers--and the injuring of 11 others--at the French satirical news magazine, Charlie Hebdo, is even more terrifying than the horrific loss of life suggests that it is.

The execution of these journalists for having the temerity to insult "The Prophet" through cartoon parodies and comic sketches has shone a new light on just what kind of enemy we continue to face around the world. And unless we begin to show a unified resolve to seek out and destroy that enemy, free-speech-enjoying nations like our own will be forever threatened.

Because the attack was in France and not in the United States, it doesn't appear that we as American people have a full understanding of just how devastating these murders were. To give it some context, the staff at Charlie Hebdo would comparable to the cast of Saturday Night Live here in the U.S. 

Anti-Police Activist 'Shoots' Unarmed Suspect: "My attitude has changed."

So you think it's easy to be a police officer, huh?  

You think it's easy to determine when your life is in danger and when it isn't? 

You think that a suspect who is unarmed is no threat to you, and that you'd NEVER shoot an unarmed person, right?

And that's why you're marching with all the other anti-police protesters, demanding that these "murderers with badges" go to prison for shooting unarmed suspects?

That's what this Phoenix, AZ activist thought, too. It's why he was one of the loudest anti-police voices in the city--and it's why he was offered a chance to experience what it's really like for police officers in those life-and-death moments.

Thursday, January 8, 2015


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Monday, January 5, 2015

Sea of Blue on Public Square!

The following is a post from the immediate aftermath of the Sea Of Blue police support rally on Public Square in Cleveland, on December 27, 2014:

Feel free to share the video with anyone you think will appreciate it...and let's keep this momentum going! Let's remind everyone that without law and order, than never be any justice, nor any peace!