A man received the following text from his neighbor:
I am so sorry Bob. I’ve been riddled with guilt and I have to confess. I have been tapping your wife, day and night when you’re not around. In fact, more than you. I’m not getting any at home, but that’s no excuse. I can no longer live with the guilt and I hope you will accept my sincerest apology with my promise that it won’t happen again. Continue reading “The Confession”
An Austin, Texas man’s lawful failure to identify lead a DPS trooper to physically assault him, falsely arrest him, then charge him with “resisting arrest,” despite video showing he did nothing of the sort.
In May of 2012, after letting someone go during a routine traffic stop, DPS Trooper Chancy Davis saw a truck with two men in it parked in front of a window tinting business, which he evidently felt was suspicious. David approached the vehicle and demanded the men provide him with ID. They refused, which evidently led the officer to throw a fit. Continue reading “Man’s Lawful Refusal To ID Leads Cop To Assault Him, Charge Him With Resisting Arrest”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Navy is mapping out how to expand its presence in the Arctic beginning about 2020, given signs that the region’s once permanent ice cover is melting faster than expected, which is likely to trigger more traffic, fishing and resource mining.
“The Arctic is all about operating forward and being ready. We don’t think we’re going to have to do war-fighting up there, but we have to be ready,” said Rear Admiral Jonathan White, the Navy’s top oceanographer and navigator, and director of the Navy’s climate change task force. Continue reading “U.S. Navy eyes greater presence in Arctic”
KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s interior minister accused Moscow’s military of blockading an airport near a Russian naval base on Friday and armed men took control of another airport in Ukraine’s Crimean capital of Simferopol.
A new policy at Tennessee State University (TSU) will force students and faculty to “wear and display” official identification badges — complete with tracking technology — at all times on campus or risk punishment.
Speculation about how the state of Connecticut would respond to the thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, of gun owners who failed to register their firearms by December 31 ended when the state police sent out this January 2, 2014 letter to all those who registered late, but who in the process gave the state sufficient information to brand them as criminals: name, address, description of weapon or magazine, and date of ownership: Continue reading “Connecticut Gun Confrontation Brewing Over Registration”
One of my biggest pet peeves on the road is the left-lane highway cruiser. If you’re a compulsive reader of my articles (Why would you do that to yourself?), you may remember that I have written on this very issue before.
Last week the Federal Reserve released transcripts of emergency meetings that they held during the peak of the 2008 financial crisis. Releases such as these are required by federal law, but by now the information is woefully out of date, so it’s unfortunately far too late for you to do anything meaningful with it.
This trip also included Sinbad the comedian as well as others. When Sinbad was asked about the running from snipers his comment was something like Snipers,What snipers, the only running we did was to the local restaurant’s. Or something along that line. Point is they were never under fire.
The Democratic Party is already tripping over themselves in their hasty preparation to lay the groundwork to elect the first woman president to follow up on their successful election of the first black president. In the next few months we will begin to see a lot of information resurface in regards to Hillary “formerly Rodham” Clinton’s past exploits, scandals, and sometimes confusing history. Continue reading “Lest We Forget: Hillary’s Heroism Under Fire”