Defiance SAVES Lives! Sane Doctor @Gun-Free Hospital fends off an Armed Insane Patient! Hospital Policy: May face TerminationSubmitted by AnCapMercenary on Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:19
That Gun-Free Zone sign sure stopped an armed crazy from doing the deed, eh, Dirty Feinskunk & Chucky Schmucker?
DA: Pa. Doctor Fired Back at Hospital Gunman
Published on Jul 24, 2014
A doctor wounded by a patient in a deadly shooting at a suburban Pennsylvania hospital campus returned fire and wounded the patient, authorities said. (July 24)
Shooting At Darby Hospital Multiple People Injured - Pennsylvania - July 24, 2014
Lou’s back from Montana where he had traveled with Independent Gazette IT/contributor John Manko and tells a little about sleeping under the stars out in Big Sky Country. He’s also back from a trip late in the week to New York City to hear Wayne Allen Root speak about his new book The Murder of the Middle Class. Can the US learn from Canada and reverse the trend? Perhaps the immigrant highway extending from Central America should be extended further right through the US and into Canada.
Don't matter if ya born at the top or bottom. That's just a place in time. Don't let anyone convince you, that what comes next, is out of your control. If ya ain't dead, than life's in motion. The trajectory is all you. Ya gotta do the heavy liftin if ya wanna maximize where you life ends up. I'm tired of the guys up top sayin we can't make it on our own. Like we all need help. To me, it seems like they're in the way more times than helpin. I wanna hear words from men who expect a little more from us. The dude's we got now, only know how to depress me.
Since Congress doesn't seem to have the tenacity to conduct oversight of the Executive Branch, perhaps our efforts would better spent by supporting Judicial Watch, rather than trying to influence Congress to do the right thing, which they never seem to do.
Judicial Watch has a far better track record, recently, at getting information than Congress.
--article refers to "residents", if I were a renter, I'd take the money and run--
EQT Corporation, which operates a fracking well near Finleyville in Washington County, has offered $50,000 to those willing to sign a comprehensive no-liability waiver that prevents them from ever suing the company for any problem stemming from the drilling.
The agreement, which at least four residents have signed in exchange for the money, covers “current operations as well as those to be carried out in the future,” ProPublica says.
Fatima Doumbouya had no idea of the horrors that would ensue for simply choosing to have her baby in her own home.
Earlier this month Doumbouya, with her husband at her side, gave birth to a beautiful baby girl in the comfort of their own home.
For six days they enjoyed being new parents before deciding that it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to get their newborn baby screened for any health issues.
Little did they know that she would be kidnapped and they would be treated like incompetent criminals.
VIDEO: Cop Punches Woman In The Stomach, Crowd Outraged
Chuck Ross, Reporter
7:34 PM 06/16/2014
A Pittsburgh woman suffered a beating from a police officer, and the scene was caught on video.
The attacked occurred on Sunday at Pittsburgh’s Pride in the Street festival, a gay and lesbian event.
Where is Sgt. Bergdahl? In San Antonio, near Tea Party Mike. Frank Sorick is in studio once again, reporting that according to one ranking, Pennsylvania's among the top 10 most corrupt states in the Union. Lou comments on state Senator Smucker and the effort to make the long rifle the state gun. So much for bringing the Voters' Choice Act out of his committee.
X joins the conversation to discuss developments in Iraq. Should the Kurds have been given their own territory in the northern part of Iraq?
Woman sentenced to 2 days in jail because she couldn’t afford her truancy fines dies in jail; judge says it was his only option.
Unattended children appearing at the US’ southern border? Mike weighs in on this latest immigration development. Lou recounts Monday’s tossing from court of Independent Gazette correspondent Tara Koval. It seems that Lackawanna County CYS solicitor Janine Pavalone had resorted to making unsubstantiated allegations of illegal recording activities on the part of the paper . . . and Judge Margie Moyle proceeded to remove Koval from her courtroom solely on Pavalone’s word.
Parents fuming: “What kind of message are we sending to our kids?"
by STEVE WATSON | INFOWARS.COM | JUNE 6, 2014
A first-grade student in New Kensington, Pennsylvania has been suspended and may face expulsion for bringing a plastic toy gun to school, despite the fact that he realized he’d made a mistake and voluntarily handed it over to teachers.
Federal agent commits suicide in Pittsburgh Homeland Security office
PITTSBURGH Pa. (Reuters) - A federal agent shot and killed himself inside a U.S. Department of Homeland Security building in Pittsburgh on Thursday afternoon, county officials said.
James McConaughy, 43, of Beaver Falls, was pronounced dead at the scene at 4:19 p.m. from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office said. An autopsy is scheduled to take place on Friday.
Constitutionally dubious charges against a man who allegedly insulted and desecrated an American flag are in the hands of a Pennsylvania district attorney, who hasn’t said if he intends to prosecute or drop the case.
Joshua Brubaker faces two charges that jointly carry up to three years in jail and a fine of up to $7,000 for hanging an upside-down flag decorated with the letters “AIM” outside his Blair County home.
Brubaker is a supporter of the American Indian Movement and was upset about the possible sale of South Dakota land where the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre occurred.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - A recent ruling from Pennsylvania’s highest court could have a big impact on your privacy rights during a car stop.
Pennsylvania traditionally provided broader privacy protection than the US Constitution. For decades, police in the Commonwealth had to get obtain warrant from a judge before they could do a car search unless time was of the essence or the evidence could be lost or destroyed. But now, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s 4 to 2 decision in Commonwealth v. Gary changes the rule.