This Young Boy Scored First Touchdown In Pee-Wee Football – Then Got Fined $500 8-year-old Elijah Burrell’s parents were proud of their son as he scored his first touchdown in pee-wee football — his team even had a big lead over their opponents and time was running out. In a nice play, Elijah intercepted a pass and ran to the end zone. The crowd went wild… but in the end the celebration was short-lived once they found out about a school rule that cost the team $500 — along with the suspension of the coach for a week. That’s right:… View Articleclick here for more
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UNBELIEVABLE: Teacher Calls Cops on Kindergartner With SICK Accusation A Florida elementary school teacher called police to report that a 5-year-old student had “groped her in the vagina” for a second time. The unnamed female teacher at Blanche H. Daughtrey Elementary School in Bradenton alleged that the sexual assault on October 9 was the second of its kind from the same male student and chose to alert authorities because of his repeat inappropriate behavior. The Smoking Gun reported that the “victimized” teacher told investigators the boy’s behavior had “escalated” and “become aggressive and vulgar over the past 2 weeks.” The… View Articleclick here for more
DIY is in decline because today’s men are too soft As traditional roles have changed, today’s men are more like their mothers than their fathers. No wonder DIY is dying out, says Martin Daubney A few days ago, the owners of Homebase announced they are to close a quarter of UK stores because of the reality, they said, of “a generation less skilled in DIY projects”. Harsh obituary writers were quick to point out that Homebase is overpriced and a bit, well, crap compared to B&Q, but the sobering truth is that the entire DIY sector has taken a hammering… View Articleclick here for more
Ex-CBS reporter’s book reveals how liberal media protects Obama Sharyl Attkisson is an unreasonable woman. Important people have told her so. When the longtime CBS reporter asked for details about reinforcements sent to the Benghazi compound during the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack, White House national security spokesman Tommy Vietor replied, “I give up, Sharyl . . . I’ll work with more reasonable folks that follow up, I guess.” Another White House flack, Eric Schultz, didn’t like being pressed for answers about the Fast and Furious scandal in which American agents directed guns into the arms of Mexican drug...
Ex-CBS reporter’s book reveals how liberal media protects Obama Sharyl Attkisson is an unreasonable woman. Important people have told her so. When the longtime CBS reporter asked for details about reinforcements sent to the Benghazi compound during the Sept....click here for more
Henry Rifles – Restricted Capacity Mags The original Henry rifle was a .44 caliber rimfire, lever-action, breech-loading rifle designed by Benjamin Tyler Henry in 1860. The Henry was an improved version of the earlier Volcanic Repeating rifle. The Henry used copper (later brass) rimfire cartridges with a 216 grain (14.0 gram, 0.490 ounce) bullet over 25 grains (1.6 g, 0.056 oz.) of gunpowder. Nine hundred were manufactured between summer and October 1862; by 1864, production had peaked at 290 per month. By the time production ended in 1866, approximately 14,000 units had been manufactured. For a Civil War soldier,...
Henry Rifles – Restricted Capacity Mags The original Henry rifle was a .44 caliber rimfire, lever-action, breech-loading rifle designed by Benjamin Tyler Henry in 1860. The Henry was an improved version of the earlier Volcanic Repeating rifle. The Henry...click here for more
Yellowstone supervolcano ‘turned the asphalt into soup’ shutting down Natl. Park’s roads Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials have closed the area to visitors. Firehole Lake Drive, a 3-mile-plus offshoot of the park’s Grand Loop that connects the Old Faithful geyser and the Madison Junction, is currently off limits. Park operators say the danger of stepping on seemingly solid soil into severely hot water is “high.” “It basically turned the asphalt into soup. It turned the gravel road into oatmeal,” Yellowstone spokesman Dan… View Articleclick here for more
Teen rescues young niece from kidnapper with punch he never saw coming! The attempted kidnapping happened in Kearns, Utah neighborhood in broad daylight, when the much taller man tried to take the 12-year-old niece, her 18-year-old aunt went into action to protect her. The teen rescued the niece from the kidnapper with a punch he never saw coming, according to the Blaze. Before the attempt the two girls were walking and talking casually on the way back from a nearby park when they noticed that the Latino man was acting strangely, according to Ally on the video interview. Then suddenly… View Articleclick here for more
Citing Saftey and Health Concerns, Texas Town Bans Arrival of Illegal Immigrants The illegal immigrants pouring over the U.S.-Mexico border are not welcome in League City, Texas. Council members in the town recently passed an ordinance that prohibits the processing and holding of foreigners who are in the U.S. illegally. The ordinance–which was drafted by City Council Member Heidi Thiess–was passed on Tuesday with a 6-2 vote, according to the Houston Chronicle. Thiess reportedly said that the federal government is telling many towns across the nation, “You don’t get to have a hearing, you don’t get to have a say.”… View Articleclick here for more
HS in Top Maryland Sanctuary County Confirms Case of TB A high school in one of the nation’s top sanctuary counties for illegal immigrants confirmed that a student was infected with tuberculosis last week. Watkins Mill High School in Gaithersburg, which is in Montgomery Country, Maryland, “sent a letter home to parents Thursday” about the infected student. According to the local CBS affiliate, “though the school believes the risk of any other students having contracted the sickness is small, TB officials within the county Department of Health and Human Services recommend testing for all students and staff who were in… View Articleclick here for more
The president’s ‘man-caused’ disaster As a defender of the nation’s borders, President Obama is a hell of a pool player. The president enjoyed a game at a bar in Denver with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper the other day, without the noir atmosphere of his furtive visits to pool halls with his grandfather as a kid, when he felt “the enticement of darkness and the click of the cue ball, and the jukebox flashing its red and green lights.” Obama’s game the other day was bright and cheery, as one would expect of a president who didn’t have any depressing visits… View Articleclick here for more