Of course the media hides this one. "A stray Bullet"
Media calling racist murder by black gang members a "stray bullet" accident instead of a hate crime. The black youths walked up to a white household and began shooting into the house. A 5 year old child sitting on her grandfathers lap was killed. Zero national media coverage and local media censorship of the actual event shocks. Police chief gets pissed...and lays out the FACTS in his city.
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e08_1415819108#9drLMuaKQflfkg...
Students within the Eau Claire, Wis. area school district had a different Veterans Day today. Since the 1930s, local veterans came to the school and did a program that include a 21-gun salute. That didn’t take place, because of a disagreement over firearms.
This is so cool. Aaron is such a class act.
Hi there all of you Packer backers and those who have kids/grandkids in your life. This is one special video and I think you will enjoy. Take the time -- it's worth it.
Aaron Rodgers surprises Annie and an entire neighborhood! - Full Story - itsAaron.com
Can you buy a website with someone's proper name and use it to talk trash about them as well as to solicit donations for yourself?
Hey, of course you can! It's politics!
the 'my friends' section goes on for pages:
If you really wanted to be governor, wouldn't you do something about this? Didn't Ron Paul sue over something like this?
...Over the past few decades, Walker’s home turf of metropolitan Milwaukee has developed into the most bitterly divided political ground in the country—“the most polarized part of a polarized state in a polarized nation,” as a recent series by Craig Gilbert in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel put it. Thanks to a quirk of twentieth-century history, the region encompasses a heavily Democratic and African American urban center, and suburbs that are far more uniformly white and Republican than those in any other Northern city, with a moat of resentment running between the two zones.
It's election season again in Wisconsin and it's particularly nasty this year. Incumbent 'r' governor and presidential hopeful Scott Walker is being challenged by uber-dem Mary Burke.
The title is the question I asked my roommate Tom. Another attack ad came on during The Price is Right (like people who watch that show vote anyway), and I wondered aloud, "Could I purchase tv time and air ads explaining what a chump you are?"
-Tom leaves wads of hair in the shower
-when Tom farts he says 'take that underwear'
-he didn't even know what an oncologist was
Update: If Republicans win the senate and McConnell becomes majority leader, I foresee "Audit The Fed" coming up for a vote.Submitted by Séamusín on Thu, 10/30/2014 - 08:55
Ron Paul Himself weighs in!
Like Rand "Play the game" Paul or not, one thing cannot be denied. McConnell has been on Rand Paul's side in 99% of intra-GOP fights, over the course of the last three years.
Now, it could be asserted that McConnell is only going along with Paul to win reelection. That as soon as his victory is secured, he is going to go back to the same old corporatist hackish ways.
I think differently. McConnell is old. He won't be seeking reelection again. And he has Paul to thank much of this reelection bid. Call it naive optimism, but this is obviously the strategy that Paul has been working since Ron Paul lost the nomination. Taking advantage of the fact that McConnell, The Establishment front man of the senate was also from the same state.
For the second time in as many weeks, persons have walked out during a campaign speech given by President Barack Obama. Last week, it happened as the president spoke in Maryland – and this week, it happened in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, according to a WND report on Tuesday. It was apparent that the president was still delivering his speech as people were marching out of the venue where he was campaigning for Mary Burke, the Democratic Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate who is trying to take incumbent Gov. Scott Walker’s job away from him in the midterm election next week.
WI r3VOL Charlie Blackmore CCW stops Assailant; dons "Vets for Ron Paul" in LocalPaper! Ftr. in Guns.com Vid w/Sheriff Clarke!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Fri, 10/17/2014 - 21:10
WI r3VOL USMC Vet Charlie M. Blackmore, Jr. driving home @ 4am in a snowed out cold cold Wisconsin morning observed a rather large man assaulting, more specifically: kicking, a small woman (his ex-GF) laying on the ground; successfully intervened, held the assailant at gunpoint until state actors arrived.
Lord knows I don't get my hands on that many dollar bills but when I do, they each leave my hand with just a little more blood on them than they had...
I was watching my friend play his computer game 'Dead Island', in which you go around hacking apart zombies and collecting their money. At one point I asked him just who would accept money that is soaked in zombie blood. He said "I don't know, isn't all money blood money?"
I am sure its nothing, but for those of us in Kenosha, WI...
"KENOSHA (WITI) — The Kenosha County Jail is taking precautions — monitoring a detainee for signs of the Ebola virus. Local officials are in close contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — along with other federal officials.
Why the conspiracy double standard with JFK and Ron/Rand Paul? Huh?
We are told that all the so-called conspiracy theorists who support Paul hurt his chances. But what about JFK? JFK has more conspiracy theorist supporters than Ron or Rand Paul could ever dream of. Yet JFK remains the most popular president of the 20th century 50 years after his death.
Yes, despite gazillions of whacked out nut-jobs who believe JFK was outed in massive conspiracy, JFK remains popular and respectable.
Please explain this double standard.
DA: Investigation into SWAT raid that injured toddler to go to grand jury (VIDEO)
Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itJKCe_c6Uw
By Kerry Kavanaugh
Updated: 12:16 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014 | Posted: 9:40 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014
HABERSHAM COUNTY, Ga. — A grand jury will soon determine if deputies involved in a raid that injured a toddler could face criminal charges.
I have always been fascinated by swordplay. Most of you who know me, know that I am a traditionalist by nature. It wasn't something I decided rationally. More, I was a product of my environment and my upbringing. Naturally as a child, while the neighbors were playing cops and robbers or cowboys and Indians, I was playing Robin Hood and Peter Pan. While folks were playing 007: Goldeneye on their Nintendo 64's, I was trying to track down the original Nintendo version of Final Fantasy 1.
As I grew to become more cogent and grounded in reality, I shed a lot of the escapism that I used to safeguard myself from the conditions of a traumatic childhood. I became someone who was fully grounded in reality with a passion for the here and now; as opposed to someone with an irrational desire to live in the past, ignoring those frightful aspects that progress has shielded us from having to face.
Disclaimer: This is my personality. Not an attack on other peoples hobbies. I appreciate that I am limited to my own perspective. No need to defend yours.