KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An early morning home invasion ended with the suspected intruder shot and killed. Police said a home owner in the 9000 block of N. Garfield in Kansas City, Mo., shot a man who broke into his home just after 5:30 Wednesday morning. The shooting victim suffered life-threatening injuries and died inside the residence. He was 30 years old. Police released his identity on Thursday. Police said the suspected home intruder was responsible for a series of crimes early Wednesday morning. Police said he stole a vehicle… View Articleclick here for more
‘Riotous’ black mobs ‘out of control’ Even by Baltimore standards, neighbors are astonished at the frequency and intensity of black mob violence in and around a suburban skating rink this summer. And last summer. And the summer And at other skating rinks and other shopping centers and other neighborhoods in the Baltimore area over the same period. Local media and public officials refuse to report or talk about how everyone involved in these hyper-violent confrontations is black. But neighbors know. And many think that the race of the criminals is preventing law enforcement from arresting and prosecuting those responsible...
‘Riotous’ black mobs ‘out of control’ Even by Baltimore standards, neighbors are astonished at the frequency and intensity of black mob violence in and around a suburban skating rink this summer. And last summer. And the summer And at...click here for more
Massachusetts Cop Threatens to Smash Camera into Man’s Face A Massachusetts cop threatened to smash a camera into a man’s face if he dared take one more photograph of her. Instead, he started video recording her. The video shows Barnstable police officer Gretchen Allen walking away from Robert Bastille, who runs a local news site called Hyannis News. “You’re going to hit me?” Bastille can be heard saying. “I”m sorry, you’re going to threaten me, officer?” “Are you trying to cause a scene right now cause I’ll arrest you for disorderly instead,” an obviously distraught Allen tells Bastille. Instead of… View Articleclick here for more
Soldier’s claim SAS hit squad ‘did kill Princess Diana’ is ‘utterly convincing’ AN SAS soldier’s claims that the elite regiment murdered Princess Diana are “utterly convincing”, police have been told. The former sniper’s estranged wife has informed Scotland Yard she is completely sure he is telling the truth. Her total belief in Soldier N emerged as she was interviewed at length at a secret location. She told Yard detectives how the veteran soldier had spoken about the involvement of an SAS hit squad in the car crash that killed… View Articleclick here for more
NRA joins ACLU lawsuit, NSA starting ‘gun registry’ The National Rifle Association joined the American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit on Wednesday to end the government’s massive phone record collection program. In a brief filed in federal court, the NRA argues that the National Security Agency’s database of phone records amounts to a “national gun registry.” “It would be absurd to think that the Congress would adopt and maintain a web of statutes intended to protect against the creation of a national gun registry, while simultaneously authorizing the FBI and the NSA to gather records that could effectively create just such… View Articleclick here for more
North Carolina Republicans will aim to ax income tax At the moment, seven states across the country don’t levy a tax on income, and North Carolina Republicans want to make it eight, according to a powerful member of the state legislature. State Sen. Bob Rucho, a Mecklenburg County Republican and chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said Wednesday that he hoped to use the 2015 legislative session to eliminate the state income tax, replacing it with a consumption-based sales tax to make up for the lost revenue. “That’s a direction we’d like to go,” Rucho said in an interview as… View Articleclick here for more
Anthony Weiner Explodes at Jewish Voter During a campaign stop Wednesday, New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner lost his temper with a Jewish voter who criticized the disgraced congressman’s decision to stay in the public eye after the revelations about his sexual deviancy. Collapsing in the polls, an obviously frustrated and defensive Weiner tried to make a “nobody’s perfect and who are you to judge” argument. Again and again, Weiner asked the man, “Who are you to judge?” and told the man to “Go visit your rabbi.”: In… View Articleclick here for more
Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons: Guns Do Not Cause Crime, People Do In the fall 2013 edition of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (JPandS), Jane M. Orient, M.D., takes apart the long standing gun control advocate arguments of many medical groups to show that guns do not cause crime, people do. Orient looks at “advocacy campaigns” for “treating gun violence” that have been sponsored by the American Medical Association (AMA) and the American College of Physicians (ACP) and says these groups have fashioned gun violence as a “health problem” rather than a “crime problem.” In so...
Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons: Guns Do Not Cause Crime, People Do In the fall 2013 edition of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (JPandS), Jane M. Orient, M.D., takes apart the long standing gun control advocate...click here for more
Colorado Sheriffs Join Recall Rally Six Colorado Sheriffs will attend a Wednesday rally to “lend their voices to citizens fighting for their Constitutional rights through the recall process.” The rally is from 12 PM to 1 PM MDT and is being held at the Pioneer Museum in Colorado Springs. The Sheriffs who will be in attendance are part of the group of 55 who have filed suit to have Colorado’s new gun control laws overturned: El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, Weld County Sheriff John Cooke, Teller County Sheriff… View Articleclick here for more
Texas National Guard Refuses to Process Same-Sex Couples Benefits Defying a Pentagon directive, the Texas National Guard, using the Texas constitution’s ban on gay marriage as a bulwark, refused to process requests on Tuesday from same-sex couples who were looking for benefits. Texas is apparently the only state that refused to process the requests from gay and lesbian couples, according to the Pentagon. After the Supreme Court ruled against the Defense of Marriage Act, the Department of Defense (DOD) said that in states that recognized same-sex marriage, it would also recognize them. Maj. Gen. John Nichols, the commanding general of… View Articleclick here for more