Friday, May 22, 2015


The title to this video was Police Brutality 2015, but I saw justifiable force several times in th first video which is 39 minutes. There are some crazy/stupid people all over the world and LEO's in other countries handle them much differently!

Sadly, I found it more interesting than TV so I watched all of it. 

Short version below.

Worst of the worst...
Protect and Serve?
Why do I not feel more safe?

Monday, May 18, 2015

Holding leadership accountable...

Angel of peace my arse!

 ~ So how do you hold leadership accountable? If you're Egypt, you sentence revolutionaries to death! But alas, I fear they will not carry it out since it would make him a martyr to millions.  Their government did this at great risk, three judges were killed just hours after the verdict.  This is the Muslim Brotherhood our administration and the UN supports!

But in America, when we sentence a terrorist to death for multiple murders, the public becomes ambivalent. In Boston, "...the death sentence almost feels like a blot on the city’s collective consciousness."  Vomitous!

 ~ Going on vacation? Get ready for search and/or seizure of food. Weed is no longer consumed only by inhalation. You can now get high on lollipops, marshmallows and just about any other food that marijuana butter can be used.  Technology and ingenuity at its finest.

 ~ Chicago's liberal government has all but bankrupt the city, recently having it's credit rating lowered to junk status.  But fear not, since those who rape and pillage always move on to greener pastures, infecting and destroying other lives and communities as they polish their halos and justify their actions.  They follow the money!

 ~ NASA is hosting a $2 million competition to design a 3D habitat for deep space exploration. I expect great success and participation from all over the world.  These will be the most efficient habitats in the universe. No telling how many applications these designs could be used. 

 ~ Finding Earth 2.0 is becoming a distinct possibility with planet hunters considering today's technological advances, which are increasing exponentially. Finding life on another planet may be possible, but putting a man on it may take longer than this earth will sustain life. 

 ~ Matthew McConaughey's latest movie "Sea of Trees" was booed recently at the Cannes Film Festival. Variety called it a 'chorus of boos'.  I share this for those who follow his Messianic career.  I couldn't give a $hit less.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

LEOs are people too

~ I want to be the first to say I support law enforcement as individuals and as an organization.  I respect and admire their dedication, loyalty and allegiance.  But the fact remains that no human is perfect and it's time for the pot to quit calling the kettle black.

People do not trust law enforcement any more.  Attitudes have changed, both with those in authority and with those who are subject to that authority.  Americans will not be subjects, not to law enforcement or to ISIS.  As injustice is exposed, expect more rebellion.  It's going to get much more messy before attitudes are adjusted and law enforcement is held accountable for bad behavior.  But it will happen.

Why do you think law enforcement gets bent out of shape when their actions are questioned? Is it because they believe they work for a higher ranking official instead of the American people? Is it because they don't believe their first responsibility is to protect and serve the people?  Is it because they don't believe they should be accountable for their actions?
Law enforcement is at a crossroads.  They can continue to protect, justify and defend bad behavior and injustice within their ranks, or they can police themselves and hold their peers accountable, handling it internally.  The problem with allowing bad behavior is that it endangers all LEOs.  The badge and uniform become targets instead of symbols of justice and safety.

 ~ The most stupid thing President Obama has ever said is also the most telling: 'Obama argued if we are going to end poverty, “We’re going to have to change how the media reports on these issues.”'  Yea, blame poverty on Fox News, not your dependency enabling social programs.

 ~ I am getting more skeptical about giving donations to all the groups set up outside different store fronts.  Boy Scouts are out.  I passed on the Fort Worth Police Awards Foundation last Saturday because I don't agree with the principle, although I buy meals anonymously for law enforcement regularly.  I did throw $10 in the bucket for homeless Vets the other day and gave $20 to the last homeless man I found stranded in a parking lot.  Yea, I will even give money to a drunk beggar, my reasoning is very complex.

 ~ The best way to kill a church, in my opinion, is for it to get involved in politics. That being said, the Pope, on behalf of the Catholic Church, just officially recognized the Palestinian State in a treaty. The Christian Church is guilty of horrible actions in the past, under the influence of power hungry leadership, and it seems the tradition continues.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Civil Liberty
Oxymoron of the day!

~ Innocent until proven guilty? Not when the IRS comes in and seizes your assets purely on suspicion. But, if you would settle for getting half your money back, they would be willing to cut through the red tape. Or spend it on attorneys fees, bankruptcy fees or loans to keep you afloat.

Or how about the young man traveling to LA on Amtrak with $16,000 in seed money to start a music video company?  DEA agents even spoke with his mother who corroborated with his story.  They found no evidence of a drug deal, but took his money anyway, just suspicion.  And they wonder why we don't trust LEOs...

Congress has addressed this, but its just part of the redistribution of wealth you were promised in the hope and change agenda.   I consider it extortion.

~ The main stream media hasn’t publicized the Obamacare failure in Hawaii recently that was a $205 million failure. And you probably didn’t hear that their Oregon failure has cost $305 million. There are several other states with problems that haven't published their losses.

I am not surprised by the failures or that the MSM has not publicized it.  What does surprise me is how well this news is hidden.  Search engines make you be very specific when looking for articles relating to these debacles since they are all trying to sell you healthcare insurance.  When I finally did find news links, they weren't to NBC, CBS, ABC or even Fox.  The feds have stroke! 

~ Life is not a bowl of cherries for LGBT couples. As a matter of fact, lesbians may just be more violent than most white males. Butch could be short for butcherer!

 ~ After the Jefferson Davis statue was defaced on the UT Campus, it seems that Confederate symbols are cropping up around Texas. All I can say is if black people keep pushing, they will loose the support of all white people, and then all hell will break loose.

 ~ How would you like to be graduating college with a degree in petroleum or chemical engineering right now? You think new lawyers and dentists are having job problems, these guys are pretty much sunk until we see $70+ oil.

 ~ How long would a white college professor keep his job if he called black college males a problem population? Turn it around and let a black professor say that about white males and the college will back him her up!

Monday, May 11, 2015

Sacrifice - we don't have a clue!

~ Before you get too sanctimonious over condemning Pamela Geller and accusing her of inciting the ire of jihadists, you need to read the article quoted below. 
David French wrote, ‘I’m far more hateful than Pamela Geller. In fact, I’d argue there’s no way that she could hate jihad more than I do. I’ve seen jihad up-close, in an Iraqi province where jihadists raped women to shame them into becoming suicide bombers, where they put bombs in little boys’ backpacks then remotely detonated them at family gatherings, where they beheaded innocent civilians while cheering wildly like they were at a soccer match, and where they shot babies in the face to “send a message” to their parents.
Until you are ready to acknowledge evil and destroy it by any means necessary, you deserve to be one of its victims.  Our forefathers understood this because they witnessed and experienced it, now its our turn.

The real question everyone should be asking is why the media is demonizing Pamela Geller and giving the two terrorists a pass.  A blind, deaf, mute would realize that the perp is portrayed as the victim if he's Muslim.

Norway just repealed their blasphemy law in favor of free speech. They don't believe religions are entitled to special protection. Funny thing how laws come back to bite you in the ass. America will experience this as well.

 ~ I must question why Marilyn Mosby hasn’t recused herself from prosecuting the Freddie Gray case in Baltimore. There is more than enough conflicts of interest to justify bowing out, but only 2 reasons to stay in the game. One of which is to make a name for herself, the other to make sure her financial supporters benefit. Why else would she even consider the headache or the possible consequences?

 ~ Our President is upset with fellow Democrats who are critical of his new trade agreement with Asia. They seem to be “standing in the way of a modern competitive economy”. Sorry Mr. President, there’s only so much socialism and job losses a liberal can take before an election year.

And besides, the terms of this trade deal have not been disclosed, similar to the Iran nuke deal before Israel started screaming. Secrecy is not the transparency we were promised.

 ~ Looks like the labour party in England took massive losses in their recent elections. Looks like the people there got tired of their socialist agenda and wanted to move back to more conservative roots. Politically unpopular Margaret Thatcher would be pleased! No more sympathizing with terrorists.

Friday, May 8, 2015

Respect my authority!

 ~ An Iowa father is shook up pretty bad after calling the police when his 16 year old son took his truck without permission. He never expected that they would shoot him dead. I wonder what the community will do since he was white?

  ~ If I could take out a life insurance policy on anyone, it would be the people working for the Clinton Foundation who are insiders orchestrating the cover up. When the feds eventually turn up the heat, they will either take the fall or sing. You don’t sing if you’re south of dirt!

  ~ CNN journalist Chris Cuomo is taking a lot of flack for his statement that “hate speech” is not protected by the U.S. Constitution. What is the purpose of freedom of speech if you don’t protect hate speech. Burning and stomping American flags have been tolerated for decades, along with condemnation of the Christian church, but now that minorities and LGBTs are on the receiving end, liberals have loud voices to proclaim it's end.

  ~ I read where 47 retailers were closing a total of 6,000 stores nationwide. This is not indicative of a growing economy. Middle class Americans now have less disposable income, which will create even more economic downturn. Where is the money going? Wealth redistribution, mainly to our government and for Obamacare. This is only stage 1, more hope and change to come.

  ~ Fox New Insider just reported that Hillary has only answered 7 questions in 26 days. Americans don’t want a President with answers, they want one who will help with their bills. When the candidates give answers to questions, we don’t believe them anyway.

  ~ The only bureaucracy more screwed up than the US government in the United Nations. The UN recently sponsored a festival for the International Press Freedom Organization and then wouldn’t let the press attend. If this doesn’t tell you we need to get away from these group of crazies, you really need to consume less koolaid.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Commander in Chief
Liar and Thief

 ~ Bill Clinton was asked recently why he wasn't defending the Clinton Foundation with all the recent controversy. His reply, "I just work here. I don't know." Do you believe him? If you controlled an entity that had over $2 billion in it, you would know!

 ~ Don't you know all the Middle Eastern gas station owners in North Texas are on high alert after ISIS stated they're ready to send soldiers to Texas.  I'm expecting some "Bubbas" to start going into those places wearing hats and t-shirts insulting Islam in an attempt to draw them out.

 ~ It looks like the State of Missouri has found a way to deal with their race problem. They recently enacted limits to Welfare, even overriding their Democratic Governor’s veto. I wonder if it will create more riots, more crime or more workers.

Missouri officials should know that activism supersedes employment! It’s almost impossible to protest, loot and riot all night and hold a full time job. Drug testing for employment makes it difficult as well, since they have to self medicate to counteract mood swings. 

 ~ Katy Anders, a commenter on the Deity's Blog got me to thinking when she mentioned "stupid speech" in relation to "unpopular speech" while discussing varying rights of freedom of speech. How speech is labeled is a matter of perception, as are most actions. Then I realized the only people in the world who have not said something stupid or unpopular are mute.  There's no telling what would happen if humans could read each others minds... 

 ~ Many Americans find it difficult to accept the reality that scientific predictions are wrong most of the time. All the greatest scientists throughout history were mostly wrong.

 ~ Hanlon’s razor: "Do not invoke conspiracy as explanation when ignorance and incompetence will suffice, as conspiracy implies intelligence."

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Can genocide be self inflicted?

~ Did you notice how long that little Jihad lasted in Garland the other night?  I'm surprised more people weren't waiting in the parking lot with weapons just waiting for martyrs to arrive.  Don't even need a license!

Come to find out, the Feds have been watching one of the jihadists for years. The FBI knew he wanted to go fight in Somalia. What I don’t understand is why we didn’t buy them tickets and send them over there? We don’t have to let them back in the country!

Personally, I think events like the one in Garland could be used to draw out homegrown terrorists and neutralize these threats in such a way that is much less damaging than that of the Boston Marathon or the World Trade Center attacks.

Freedom of speech is a precious commodity on earth today! Too bad many want to end this freedom because they disagree with what is said; until they want to stomp or burn an American flag, that’s when it becomes a different story.

Or, we could host a Mohammed hate event in Texas that burned Qurans and insulted the prophet.  A 200 acre event that charged $5 per person, $250 per gun and $500 per camera.  Sell tee shirts, night vision, kevlar and rent high rise, bullet proof box blinds.  We could make more money than Nascar!  A regular jihad rodeo!

~ Our President recently statedThere are consequences to indifference” while referencing the recent racially-motivated protests. I pray God allows his statement to travel full circle.

He has started a foundation to help troubled youth. I’m sure it will serve much in the same fashion as the Clintons’ Charitable Foundation. Great possibilities as a tax-free super fund to organize youth and condition them to help with the redistribution of wealth.

~ I almost fell out of my chair when I looked closely at this website detailing current bond elections and the amount of debt that school districts have amassed. The numbers are staggering. Proving just how easy it is to spend other peoples money.

~ In Texas, if someone runs you off the road without hitting you, but you crash and die, they will not be held accountable for your death. Texas still has problems with its laws, this one is a prime example. Lawmakers haven’t been in any hurry to fix it either.

~ "Nine out of ten Americans could die from starvation, disease and societal collapse, if the blackout lasted a year." Peter Pry, executive director of the EMP Task Force, a bipartisan congressional commission warned this administration recently. It has fallen on deaf ears.

I believe this to be the second greatest threat to life in America, next to financial collapse. If I were a prepper, this is what I would prep for. I do not fear immediate death, but watching my family die of dysentery or starvation is not acceptable. Our government is unwilling to take steps to protect us against this, meaning we are susceptible to a worse case scenario.

~ Law graduates in 2010 are not quite as pleased with their choice of professions as 20% of them have jobs that don’t require a law license and struggle with paying the debt for their education. Only 40% of the graduates work in a law firm.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Wake up little rosebud... wake up!

I've never cared much for Crowder, but he makes a very good point here.  He reminds me of a right wing Geraldo, which means drama added whenever possible and always to make self look good.  I mean, look at the photo... I'm conservative and still want to throw him under the bus?

All Lives Matter?
I think not...

You put evil in a cage or kill it, 
it will not be made to play nice! 

If you didn't already know their beliefs and
have not considered their support of terrorists,
you really need to pull your head out of your arse! 
Negotiating peace is not possible without force...

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Finally, the truth about Baltimore!

Language Warning

h/t to commenter on The Deity's Blog

Skip child support
Go to jail
Lose job

Reform is good, as long as
you don't mess with their revenue!

There is a sad cycle of desperate people going to jail because they can’t pay all their bills, fines, court, probation and jail fees. I believe many of their problems are self-induced, but once the cycle begins, the death spiral to the gutter can become a perpetual occurrence. 

Whether it’s child support or probation fees, many more people are adversely affected than just the perpetrator.  Our justice system, including Texas, does not make it easy for people on probation to keep and maintain employment.

Miss work, bring money or go to jail, no exceptions.  Yes, these are the consequences of your actions, but definitely not supportive of full time employment.  These examples are just the tip of an iceberg the size of Australia.

What percentage of government employees do you believe actually care about helping a convicted criminal end this cycle of oppression?  What percentage of government programs do you believe actually achieve a positive outcome?

What we have here, is a failure to successfully operate!

Please remember, if you don't have compassion and forgiveness in your heart, even for criminals, don't expect any when it's your turn to be judged.  You may not be guilty of a crime, but don't expect God to render a verdict of "innocent"!

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

My humor can be disturbing at times

Pandering or Whoring
To become POTUS

You think crime is bad now, Presidential candidates from both parties want to go easier on criminals. They call it “reform” but it’s not about “justice”, it’s about votes. We are watching them compete for the black vote. GOP is looking for 25%, Dems are wanting >75%. Pandering at it’s very finest!

Watch who will be serving and drinking the Kool Aid labeled “Reform”. Heartbreaking stories of oppressed and impoverished people: victims, not criminals. You, the privileged are responsible for not providing them the opportunities of the American dream.  

Poor criminals, your new POTUS will take better care of you.  This is similar to giving an alcoholic a keg of beer every week and expecting him to stay sober.  Responsibility is not learned unless accountability is imposed.

You want criminal justice reform? Hold politicians and law enforcement officials accountable for criminal behavior; don’t just have them resign, make them do time! You want more reform? Enforce all the laws on the books indiscriminately, otherwise change them! When justice applies to everyone, you won’t see near the rebellion, rioting and civil unrest.

Why are they not addressing the most pressing problem in America today? The safety and security of the American people. Do you feel safer today than 5 years ago? Are your kids safer, inside or outside school? Do you feel safer in your home, at work, at church or in public? Do you feel safer now when traveling?

Is this government actually making us safer? Driving drunk is more prevalent when penalties are reduced. More are willing to murder when its 5-6 years in prison instead of life or death.  Letting people out of prison to reduce prison population enables criminals to commit more crime. 

I’m beginning to get the feeling that they want us to feel less safe, so we can will depend on them more.  An old Bush tactic.  What level of government dependence are you currently subject to?  Will you accept the blame for being responsible for these criminals' victims' behavior?  Should everyone be held accountable for their actions, black or white or dressed in blue?

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Prepare to defend yourself,
your family & your property

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away ~
Criminal accountability 
different from state to state

Four teenagers were convicted of murder without killing anyone.  Indiana takes crime very seriously and death is a shared responsibility.  Even though I think 50 year sentences on these kids is harsh, I have no problem with them being held accountable for their friend’s death.

'Under Indiana's felony murder statute, a person can be charged with murder if someone is killed while he or she is committing or attempting to commit another crime.

It was around 2 p.m. They attended an alternative school, which let out early, and they were hanging out at Quiroz's front porch. They discussed ways to get some quick cash to buy weed. Breaking into a home seemed like a good idea. So they began looking for an empty house.'
In retrospect, this type of accountability can be successful only when implemented across the board, on everyone, no matter who they are, what they do or their socioeconomic status.

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White collar crime?

Do you find it a bit odd that a former employee of the Clinton Foundation just got a life sentence in Egypt for espionage with foreign countries? High ranking members of the Muslim Brotherhood may help with the Clinton’s fund raising efforts, but folks, call me old fashion, but I still believe that where there is smoke, there is fire!

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I hope you will forgive me if I seem cynical or malevolent, but I have become skeptical about the graft, fraud and piracy these superfunds are subject to.  I understand International Medical Corps are mainly volunteers.  I understand Facebook is matching my donation.  I understand that I may be wrong for my lack of trust, but I feel jaded by the Haiti superfunds that are still sitting in bank accounts and so very few people were helped.

The Clinton foundation did help build a $45 million hotel in Haiti for aid workers.  Of course, by the time it was finished most aid workers were gone.  I'm sure that hotel enriched the lives of so many homeless and poverty stricken, even though they can't afford to stay there.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Protest, because it's
easier than a solution

 ~ I learned something new Saturday. Words with Friends informed me that the word “NEGRO” is no longer an acceptable word. Of course, you can use “HONKY” all day long and its considered acceptable. What a double standard we have in today’s academia…of course, you probably already knew that.

  ~ The world has learned, by America’s example, that capitalism is a solution for poverty. Free enterprise worked under capitalism until business could buy government support to regulate, impede, obstruct, inhibit and decelerate competition. Many examples in large industry include food, medicine, banking, utilities and insurance. Uranium mining is a recent example as well. 

I feel safer knowing that Russia now owns 20% of the Uranium in the USA.  That, along with their new partnership in business with Iran just puts the icing on the cake.  Who would sell America to its enemies?

~ Isn't it quite the hypocrisy that the world is condemning Indonesia for enforcing its laws. The UN has even called for a halt of the drug dealers executions. What a great way to deflect attention on the real problems in the world, like genocide, human trafficking and mass murder.

 ~ Sugar has recently been accused as the main reason for the obesity epidemic throughout the world. The WHO came out with this information during the Bush Administration, but were told the USA would withhold $406 million in their funding if they included that information in their report. That administration is guilty of many atrocities in the name of corporate profit.

Sugar is more addicting than cocaine in rats. I bet you didn’t know that our government indirectly subsidizes obesity here. 80% of our schools have cut deals with either Coke or Pepsi. When Americans get tired of seeing their kids get sick and die, they will force a change, probably similar to the fallout with tobacco that lasted 50 years.

  ~ I read an interesting article on a theory of why our bees are dying. I never thought about overdosing on pesticides, after it gets them high…

  ~ The Nepal earthquake is quite horrific. If you’re like me, you wonder if a donation to relief there will go into someone’s pocket, like in Haiti, or if it will actually benefit the people. At this point, I trust none of these fund raising efforts.