Quote of the Day
"The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable"
-– H.L. Mencken
Category Archives: Justice
Watchdog Dads: A Proposal for the Meaningful Protection of Children and Staff from Extraordinary Violence at Public Schools
Introduction: In addition to being intellectually vacant, I find the current arguments for additional gun controls to be cynical and worse, destructive to the goal of providing meaningful protection for our children at school. The common sense solution is immediately … Continue reading
California Teachers: “Free Mumia!” Thirty years after murdering Philadelphia policeman Daniel J. Faulkner, ex-Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal is still breathing your air and eating your food. The California Federation of Teachers wants him free. Why would you expose your kids … Continue reading
Why do I keep coming back to this Shakespeare line? It was only a matter of time; now we have the first politician (Democrat – what else) suing his critics for “loss of livelihood” owing to his defeat at the … Continue reading
In another story of hard-working illegal alien Mexicans coming to America to realize their dreams, the Ogden Standard Examiner reports on 2010.12.23 that Felipe Casas-Zavala, 32, Roberto Mora, 41, Jesus Dominguez, 43, and Omar Palomares, 34, have been arrested on … Continue reading
Road Rage: Yogurt vs. Handgun Funny part: Gun brandisher charged with misdemeanor; yogurt thrower charged with FELONY “throwing missile at vehicle.” You can’t make this stuff up.
1. Google raises a truckload of cash for ObaMao. 2. ObaMao administration drops investigation of Google. How weird is that? “Google’s Eric Schmidt recently said, “The average American doesn’t realize how much of the laws are written by lobbyists”. He … Continue reading
In fairness, this isn’t happening in Illinois only. But the irony is too delicious not to observe that in the Land of Lincoln, the votes of jailbirds are more important than the votes of soldiers. Explain to me how an … Continue reading