Whistleblower Tanner Johnson Files Criminal Misconduct Complaint Against Eagan's Dave Osberg? August 15, 2014 Video Proof Of Two Different Sets Of Laws At Dakota County Sheriff's Dept.? Camera Forces Deputy Sergeant To Do Advertised Job? City Of Eagan Tries To Defraud Johnson Out Of Large Sum Of Money For Free Electronic Data? Eagan's Diabolical Strategy To Prevent You From Getting Data For Defense For Criminal Cases?
You may recall the coverage of “Baby Bou Bou,” who was badly burned (and went into a coma) during a no-knock police raid when police tossed a flash bang grenade through a window and directly into his crib in the middle of the night. This would be bad enough on its own, but to top things off, the police never found the suspect that they were looking for that night – a man wanted for drug charges, who was arrested a day later.
Now the county is refusing to pay for the injured child’s medical bills, claiming that they have no “legal permission” to pay for the injuries their foot soldiers inflicted on an innocent.
Habersham County’s attorney provided the following statement, saying: “The question before the board was whether it is legally permitted to pay these expenses. After consideration of this question following advice of counsel, the board of commissioners has concluded that it would be in violation of the law for it to do so.”
This will give you insight why this is a Manufactured Crisis, how the progressives think; their agenda to create a new army of Democrat voters so they can stay in power and to overwhelm the welfare system and crash the economy.
These are two great sites to learn who the Anti-Liberty insurgents are in our government, their connections and agenda.
PROGRESSIVES = SOCIALISTS = COMMUNISTS = LEFT-WING RADICALS = ANTI-CAPITALISTS = UNAMERICAN
The Hill: President Obama went back to his vacation on Martha’s Vineyard Tuesday evening following less than 48 hours in Washington, leaving people puzzled over why he came back in the first place.
Obama’s two days in Washington were mostly quiet, and concluded with the president receiving his daily national security briefing in the morning, and joining Vice President Biden to huddle with members of his economic team in the afternoon.
By Kevin Cirilli | The Hill
Rand Paul and Ted Cruz’s differing tone in response to the Ferguson riots could provide clues for the divergent trails they're forging to woo libertarian voters in 2016.
Both the Kentucky and Texas Senate Republicans urged that civil liberties be protected in statements following unrest in Ferguson, Mo.. After an officer shot and killed Michael Brown, an 18 year old African American teen, last weekend, riots have erupted and police have been criticized for using overly-aggressive force against protesters and reporters calling for answers.
Strategists say Paul struck a more provocative tone against in his TIME op-ed, calling for the demilitarization of police but also noting inequality in the prison system. Meanwhile, Cruz took a more tame tack in calling for protection of civil liberties.
"With Ferguson, Rand Paul took a more libertarian approach -- Ted Cruz is just giving lip-service to civil liberties," said Wes Benedict, president of the Libertarian Party. "I think the press sometimes gives Sen. Cruz undue credit for leaning-libertarian, but I just don't see it."
Gingrich applauds, while others wonder whether its pyrrhic
By Ralph Z. Hallow | Tuesday, August 19, 2014
The Washington Times
Rand Paul is courting black voters unabashedly, traveling a path not taken by most Republican presidential hopefuls since Jack Kemp blitzed urban America with his message of economic hope and opportunity two decades ago.
From his speech at a historically black university to his essay decrying the militarization of local police, Mr. Paul is clearly trying to bridge a gap between the party of Abraham Lincoln and a minority voter base that has massively voted for Democrats.
But whether the senator from Kentucky can leverage his libertarian conservative views and anti-government message into a presidential electoral advantage depends on factors that may extend beyond his control.
New Jersey man celebrates 101st birthday ... at work
A 101-year-old man from New Jersey celebrated his birthday with colleagues on Monday after 73 years in the same job.
By AP2:58PM BST 19 Aug 2014
Herman "Hy" Goldman works four days a week at light fixtures company Capitol Lighting in New Jersey.
Apart from a brief absence to serve in the US Army in World War Two, Mr Goldman has worked at Capitol Lighting since 1941.
By JACK HUNTER
August 19, 2014
In his Washington Post column Monday, former George W. Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson insists that Rand Paul—the Kentucky senator, and my former boss—is “no Jack Kemp” when it comes to Republican minority outreach.
Gerson’s reasons? Lingering confusion about where Paul stands on the Civil Rights Act. The senator’s allegedly troubling libertarian philosophy. Paul’s preference for smaller federal budgets. The fact that Paul used to employ a former radio shock-jock who said stupid and offensive things about Abraham Lincoln (that aide was me).
Back in 2010, I took my non-drinking ideals overseas when I studied in Belfast, Northern Ireland for a semester. I was twenty years old at the time, and it shouldn’t surprise anyone that I faced my share of name-calling and ridicule when I ordered tap water at every pub I visited. But this may surprise you: the only people who mocked my decision to abstain were Americans.
Before reading on, please answer the question – How did the United States get in the shape it is today?
The answer that you provided to yourself was likely akin to – “because the People never stood against the encroachment of the government.”
I often hear people say, “I can’t _____________________ because I’m fearful of the consequences,” “I can’t stop ________________ because…,” “I must do __________________ because…,” etc. Yet those same folks yearn for change and seem perplexed why nothing ever changes.
What does it mean to stand up? Supposing you abhor ballet, would you consider caving into your significant other’s requests for a trip to a ballet as standing up? No, absolutely not. Standing up always entails potential consequences. Standing up, in that situation, would be saying something like, “No, I’m not going to the ballet. It makes me throw up a little and gives me nightmares,” despite the possibility of ending up in the doghouse.
Thought this would be a good one to share:
The City State
By Bionic Mosquito
I continue with my review of The Rise and Decline of the State, by Martin Van Creveld. The introduction can be found here.
August 19, 2014 | RT.com
Police brutality may seem like a subject best handled by lawmakers and political advocates, but three teenagers from Georgia are hoping to shed light on the problem and promote good behavior with a new app they’ve developed.
Called “Five-O,” the app has been designed specifically for mobile phones and encourages users to record and document every encounter they have with police officers. By doing so, users can submit ratings for local law enforcement, allowing people to see how each area’s police departments stack up in terms of civil behavior.
The Hell That is the Obama White House
By: David Horowitz (Diary) | August 18th, 2014 at 04:58 PM
Note from Erick: Please welcome to our front page the always awesome David Horowitz.
Let me begin by acknowledging that this inspirational title is lifted from a tweet by screen actor James Woods. And now I will explicate his tweet.
Expensive, but pretty cool. May give yall some DIY ideas. Check out the manufacturer links in the article.
Hiding in Plain Sight: Furniture to Hide Your Guns (AllOutdoor.com)
Custom-made furnishings that look great while concealing firearms and other valuables.