I’ve been tinkering with a post on yesterday’s cold-blooded murder and attempted beheading of a UK soldier by two Islamic men. But what is there to say? It was senseless, pointless, barbaric and brutal — everything we have to expect from Islamism. And while the video of these men speaking is horrific, I’m glad that people will get to see these men literally soaked in the blood of an infidel while they shout Islamic slogans. … Read more
No matter where you live, driving from point A to point B can and usually is a royal pain in the ass. Forget the simple fact that municipalities don’t have the funds for basic infrastructure (hey, those poor teachers are starving) so we have exploded mortar size potholes, uneven roadways and falling down road signs, throw into the mix deteriorating driving skills and myriad distractions (oh shit, my iPhone just beeped, somebody sent … Read more
All the congressional hearings of late, it’s difficult to keep track of events without a scorecard. I have long held the belief that bureaucrats in general (and legislators specifically) hold public hearings to throw the folks back home a bone, to show them that their expensive/bloated/dysfunctional government, and the functionaries that they the voters put in place, are on the job and doing the people’s business, yea for the democratic process. Too bad these weasels … Read more
Again I had to find out from the foreign press that IRS’ own internal investigations clearly pointed at targeted malfeasance against conservatives, as much as 6 months before the 2012 elections, but this critical information and attempt to undermined our voting process was conveniently kept from congress:
Tempers flared in a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing Wednesday, with members on both sides of the aisle castigating the Internal Revenue Service for targeting
Kaylee was relentlessly harassing one of her classmates over the course of three weeks and verbally tearing apart the girl’s clothing, according to KTSU-TV/Fox. Kaylee’s stepmother, Ally, told the Salt Lake City TV station that Kaylee went as far to call the girl a “sleaze” and a “slob.”
When Ally received a note from the school alerting her of Kaylee’s bullying, she talked about the issue with her stepdaughter and was perplexed when
This is a strange story:
The U.S. has identified five men who might be responsible for the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year, and has enough evidence to justify seizing them by military force as suspected terrorists, officials say. But there isn’t enough proof to try them in a U.S. civilian court as the Obama administration prefers.
The men remain at large while the FBI gathers evidence. But the investigation has
And make them cry:
Kaitlyn Hunt, an 18-year-old high school student in Sebastian, Fla., is facing charges and has been expelled from school for having a same-sex relationship with a 15-year-old classmate, CBS Tampa Bay reports.
Hunt is charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious battery of a child 12 to 16 years of age after the other girl’s parents called authorities when Hunt, a senior at Sebastian River High School, turned 18,
“the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”
Today we celebrate those vigilant few that put their lives on the line (the ultimate sacrifice) to preserve freedom, both here and abroad.
Armed Forces Day is a relatively new holiday, as holidays go, but any opportunity for a free society to pay tribute and show gratitude for those on the wall, in the foxhole or on the front lines, should be cherished and exercised.
Swearing an oath … Read more