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Canyon County, Idaho Sheriff Kieran Donahue first in the state to step up.

He got sworn in on Monday. Not a moment too soon.

“Each and every day, law enforcement officers in our communities put their lives on the line to prevent gun violence and uphold the Constitution. Those men and women don’t have time for hollow political posturing,” Donahue wrote. “When the White House is ready for meaningful dialogue, perhaps we can then talk about the real issues: for example, a culture of violence and disrespect of law enforcement, mental health issues, and the flow of illegal drugs into our country.”

Donahue said that gun ownership should not be a political issue and that the massacre in Newtown, Conn., that left 20 students and six educators dead “isn’t a political issue, it’s a tragedy.” “People who confuse these principles have no business telling me how to do my job,” Donahue wrote."




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Ummm, disrespect for law enforcement is GOOD!

Every cop breaks more laws EVERY day CHASING 'BAD' GUYS, than ANY criminal breaks in a year.

Don't believe me just ask SERPICO...

And is it any wonder 'law enforcement' doesn't get respect? This thug thinks we aren't fighting the 'war on drugs' hard enough...

Sorry folks, I AM A NATIVE OF CALDWELL where this guy is the sheriff, and I guarantee this guy will THROW YOUR BUTT IN THE SLAMMER for having a hemp seed in your possession, and the DA will prosecute you TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW..

We need a video compilation

of all these awesome Oathkeepers! It might spur more to join in.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

Idaho! Ok so that's what? 6?

Alabama, Kentucky, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado...am I missing one?

South is the new way up! Major trend for 2014: Latin America. Start checking out South American investment, it's part of our future now.

good news

Will Grigg along with my friends and family in the surrounding area,
will perhaps sleep a little more peacefully for a while.

http://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/

Will is awesome.

I had the pleasure of spending time with him trying to help my friends Bear and Marcela. I was very impressed by him as a human. He introduced Ron Paul at his last Boise appearance, and gave a phenomenal speech, too.

This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked:
http://bklim.newsvine.com/_news/2013/05/12/18212165-dr-stan-...