Nov 14 2014

Buffalo Police: Your Family Member Died, Give Us Their Gun … NOW

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Last week at a press conference, the Buffalo Police Department told reporters that a majority of guns used in crimes seem to come from guns stolen from homes.  This led to the new program of confiscating guns of the recently-deceased in order to make sure the guns do not make their way to the streets.

“We recently started a program where we’re cross referencing all the pistol permit holders with the death records, and we’re sending people out to collect the guns whenever possible so that they don’t end up in the wrong hands,” said Police Commissioner Daniel Derrenda. “Because at times they lay out there and the family is not aware of them and they end up just out on the street.”

Reports of a literacy fund for Buffalo Police in order to better equip them to learn to read the US Constitution have yet to be confirmed.

SOURCES: Truth Revolt, WGRZ-Buffalo.


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Nov 14 2014

Corporate Greed?…


Nov 14 2014

Decorated Combat Veteran Discharged for Preventing Lewd Display by Lesbians

Lt. Col. Christopher Downey

Lt. Col. Christopher Downey

His records show that Lt. Col. Christopher Downey has led an exceptional 24-year career. Once an enlisted soldier, he served as a presidential airlift coordinator for the White House from 2008 to 2010. He has logged more than 1,000 combat flight hours and earned three Bronze Stars and seven Air Medals, one with a “V” device for valor.

The April 2012 ball was supposed to be a joyous time for the soldiers of an aviation task force commanded by Col. Downey. His soldiers had just returned from a combat tour in Afghanistan’s violent Kunar province. In dress uniforms, soldiers collectively were celebrating a number of unit citations.

At one point in the evening, attention shifted to the lesbian officers on the dance floor.

A warrant officer had approached Col. Downey and complained that their prolonged French kissing, buttocks grabbing and disrobing of Army jackets violated Army rules against inappropriate displays of public affection while in uniform on base.

“Col. Downey asked the female officers to alter their behavior and the situation was resolved,” Downey’s attorneys explained.

A special three-officer “show cause” board reviewed the punishment and unanimously ruled that the evidence showed he did not violate Army rules.

However, as he approached the two officers, Col. Downey pushed away a camera, which apparently hit the soldier’s nose. The solider did not file a complaint, and later stated that he was not the victim of an assault.

Col. Downey was nonetheless convicted “administratively” of assault. He is now suing because he was not allowed legal representation in the trial, which he was never told was an actual trial.

Read the full article at The Washington Times.


Nov 14 2014

ObamaCare right on track…


Nov 14 2014

Liberals shocked that Christian family would be offended at homosexual kissing thrust at them

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The Duggar parents issued the challenge after their newlywed daughter Jessa and her husband Ben were criticized for their smooching snapshot.

“Recently, Ben & Jessa received some criticism for posting a kissing picture. We are so grateful they waited to share their first kiss until after marriage. We’ve been married 30 years and are still in love! We had fun trying to duplicate Ben and Jessa’s happily married kissing picture. We challenge all married couples to take a happily married picture and post it here,” the parents wrote on Nov. 10.

But Facebook user John Becker wrote that his photo of him and his homosexual partner kissing was pulled off the Duggar Facebook page, and he was blocked from posting on their page in the future.

“I posted this photo of Michael and me with the following comment: ‘Happily married for nearly nine years; working hard for #MarriageEquality for all loving couples. And we will win, because #LoveIsLove! #LibertyAndJusticeForAll.’” Becker posted on his own Facebook page. “It was getting lots of likes, but the Duggars must not have liked it very much — they pulled it down and blocked me from posting, liking, or commenting on the page altogether. How sad that they feel so threatened by other loving marriages!”

We are still waiting to see if John Becker will also attempt to force Muslims to eat pork.


Nov 14 2014

Thank you, Radical Feminists…


Nov 14 2014

The Democrats’ War on Women: Pregnant Congresswoman Denied Vote

Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill.

Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill.

Rep. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, who is expecting a baby in December, is being denied a request to vote by proxy in the House Democratic Caucus leadership and committee member elections next week—even though her doctor advises she can’t travel to Washington in the late stages of her pregnancy.

The Iraq War veteran, who lost both legs when her helicopter was shot down in 2004, made the request in a letter to fellow Democrats. Her letter was read during a closed-door Democratic Caucus meeting on Thursday. But objections were raised, and the request was denied, with opponents including Democratic Steering and Police Committee cochair Rosa DeLauro of Connecticut and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. 

“Congresswoman DeLauro does not want to set a precedent. There are many meritorious situations where the argument could be made for a waiver, including Congresswoman Duckworth’s. The question is, how do you choose?” said DeLauro spokeswoman Sara Leonardo.

An anonymous Democrat aide reported, “Obviously, [Duckworth’s request] is a very meritorious case, but the slippery-slope argument prevailed.”

The aide noted that the caucus is allowing three members whose Election Day races have not yet been called to be allowed to vote, as if they’ve won reelection already.

“But here you have a woman, a decorated war veteran who is undergoing a high-risk pregnancy, and they can’t suspend the rules,” said the aide.

Read the full article at The National Journal.

Nov 14 2014

How Democrats make “law”…


Nov 14 2014

More Feminist Logic


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Feminist Logic..


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Nov 13 2014

Government Logic…


Nov 13 2014

“The Internet” wants to ban the word Feminist…why?

Now, why would anyone find feminists unpleasant?

Now, why would anyone find feminists unpleasant?

Time Magazine has come out with its 4th annual word banishment poll asking readers to do away with an array of annoying words. To the surprise and shock of self-identifying women’s rights advocates, the poll included the word “feminist.”

Feminist, which has become known as an endearing term for social status, more than one of substantive lifestyle, won overwhelming, garnering 47 percent of the votes. The second most annoying word of 2014 was “bae;” however, that word only netted 13 percent.

Time has provided a little background on each word for potential voters who are weighing their word-banning options.

We can guess the motivation by noting that the demographics of the respondents is limited to people stupid enough to think words should be banned, and that polls mean something. Given that, the responses would typically be a combination of wanting to escape the well deserved negative attitudes toward feminists by insisting a word less fouled by idiot feminists be adopted, and those who assumed that banning the word would in turn ban the group. Either way is marks the general negative opinion of feminists, which in the end would be a good thing.




Nov 13 2014

Ronald Reagan: Prayer…


Nov 13 2014