YOU OWE THEM NOTHING!!!!!

YOU OWE THEM NOTHING!!!!! This sums it up pretty well…. Share...

“They Can Read Your Mind”: TSA’s New Mobile Scanner and Other Neat Developments

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano would like to wish you and yours a happy Thanksgiving. Or something like that. Her exact words were actually along the lines of “Only a small percentage of people are getting groped at airport checkpoints, so quit your bellyaching and take it like a man.” The secretary has a point. Flying is a privilege, not a right. You can always, for example, travel by train, secure in the knowledge that you won’t be subject to radiation, embarrassing nude images of your most intimate parts, or pat-downs of the same. At least that’s the case for now. It appears that the...

Here it is, the long awaited for VotE Sampler….. Enjoy!!!!!

Please enjoy this sampler of the album it is over 5 minutes long and will give you a great idea of what’s to come. I am still finalizing some behind the scenes stuff but the album is mixed and ready…SOON MY FRIENDS, SOON!!!!!!! Share...

Jim Ardis, Mayor of Peoria, Uses The Police To Crush A Social Media Critic, But Never Mind, It’s Not Important Because He’s Not Racist

Jim Ardis, Mayor of Peoria, Uses The Police To Crush A Social Media Critic, But Never Mind, It’s Not Important Because He’s Not Racist This story is obviously trivial, because the news media doesn’t think it’s worth getting upset about. After all, it doesn’t involve race: “PEORIA — Police searched a West Bluff house Tuesday and seized phones and computers in an effort to unmask the author of a parody Twitter account that purported to be Mayor Jim Ardis. The account — known as @Peoriamayor on the popular social media service that limits entries to 140 characters — already had been suspended for several weeks when up to seven plainclothes police officers executed a search warrant about 5:20 p.m. at 1220 N. University St. Three people...

Small town America shouldn’t resemble war zone: Column

Small town America shouldn’t resemble war zone: Column Why do police departments need military vehicles and weapons? Something potentially sinister is happening across America, and we should stop and take notice before it changes the character of our country forever. County, city and small-town police departments across the country are now acquiring free military-grade weapons that could possibly be used against the very citizens and taxpayers that not only fund their departments but who the police are charged with protecting. Recently in a small, sleepy North Carolina town of roughly 16,000 people, the Roanoke Rapids Police Department acquired some...

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