Friday, December 13, 2013

Jailer Brutally's Assaults Suspect

The corrections officer slammed the DUI suspect's head against the wall for making a spitting sound as he tried to clear his throat. He was knocked unconscious and his head was bloodied. In an unusual turn of events the officer was actually arrested and jailed for 13 minutes until he could make bail. He is on unpaid leave. The incident occurred in Marion County, Florida.

The Marion County Sheriff is not pleased with the publicity and the criminal case will go forward.
'Employees of the Marion County Sheriff's Office are expected, and required, to maintain the highest level of integrity and accountability in our dealings with the public - including inmates incarcerated in the Marion County Jail,' a statement noted.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

The ACLU spoofs the NSA

The ACLU takes on the NSA in this funny and well done video.

Is The Small Bank An Endangered Species?

Lowest number of banks since 1934...

Let The Castro Brothers Feed Your Collection Plate!

Orwell said, “He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” I accepted this quote as a truism but I also thought of it as an abstraction.  History was in my eyes, more or less true. We might fudge on the details here and there but the essence is usually valid. 

Never before have I seen history rewritten before my very eyes. Now the Pope is attacking high salaries and endorses economic equality. In a zillion spheres economic freedom has enriched the poor. Capitalist countries do not have famine. Period. When capitalism is watered down or worse, eliminated, the poor suffer and the productive are scapegoated.  That is history repeated over and over and over. Now the Pope is rewriting history.

I was brought back to the pew by the "Catholics Come Home" advertising campaign. Surprisingly, I enjoyed my return more than I thought I would. Priests were friendlier than I had remembered them. Father Mark and Father Steve served up homilies that were everything homilies were supposed to be. I actually grew interested in the character and nuance of Catholicism. Saint Augustine and Ave Maria, that sort of thing.

Yes, there were leftists on the pulpit. I smelled trouble when I heard the sob stories of "undocumented people," "the common good" and bristled at other loaded terms. We look past such things and pray for clarity, especially for our leaders. But then we went from the subtle to the overt.  The Pope denounces the machinery of prosperity and the machinery of freedom. That is a game changer.

I was fairly generous with the collection plate. No more. They can get Barack Obama or Michael Moore or Susan Sarandon to keep the lights on. I cannot worship in a church whose leader spews falsehood. 

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Why Are We Flying the Flag At Half Mast For This America-Hater?

1) “If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care for human beings.”

2) “Long live the Cuban revolution. Long live comrade Fidel Castro … Cuban internationalists have done so much for African independence, freedom and justice. We admire the sacrifices of the Cuban people in maintaining their independence and sovereignty in the face of a vicious imperialist campaign designed to destroy the advances of the Cuban revolution. We too want to control our destiny. … There can be no surrender. It is a case of freedom or death. The Cuban revolution has been a source of inspiration to all freedom-loving people.”


Issa Accuses FBI and IRS of Obstructing Justice

Six months after it began, the FBI’s investigation has resulted in no release of information. The congressmen said the FBI even rescinded an offer for an in-person briefing with the assistant director in charge of the investigation. The reversal, after the FBI consulted with the Justice Department, suggests political meddling, the two investigators said.
“The department’s tactics have impeded a congressional investigation and interfered with the committee’s access to documents and information. Obstructing a congressional investigation is a crime,” Mr. Issa and Mr. Jordan said in their letter to Mr. Comey, warning that if they don’t get the information they will use “compulsory” means.

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Meanwhile, The King of Corruption makes light of the IRS scandal, literally the biggest scandal in the history of the United States.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Is This Why The GOP Will Not Fight Blatant Voter Fraud?

We know that something is wrong with the picture but we are no sure what? The Democrats have been caught repeatedly committing voter fraud and The Republican Party will not fight even the most obvious abuses? Why?

This explanation is that it stems from a consent decree stemming from Republican wrongdoing 30+ years ago. Roll over and salute Caesar. There is no opposition party. We are doomed.

Did Bill Ayers Misspeak About Uncle Omar?

The inimitable Howie Carr weaves his magic.

The question all week long was this:
Who are you going to believe, an illegal alien or the president of the United States of America?
Obviously, if it’s a president who once went by an alias, Barry Soetoro, you go with Uncle Omar, 100 percent, no questions asked.
Read the entire column at the link below.

Honors Student Shot to Death After Traffic Stop

An honors student described by his friends as "sweetest, kindest, gentlest person" was shot to death by a campus cop after he was stopped for driving erratically. He was unarmed and shot 4 to 6 times. A witness described hearing 'five or six' gunshots, but no verbal warnings.
'I didn't hear him say anything like, "Get down on your hands and knees," you know? I didn't hear him say anything. He just started shooting, He emptied the gun on him,' he said. 'Boom, boom, boom.'

The shooter, Corporal Chris Carter was placed on administrative leave but not charged. His gig at the University of the Incarnate Word Police Department in San Antonio, Texas was his ninth job at eight different agencies over his eight-year law enforcement career. His 7 month stint at UIW was the longest employment of his career.