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Archive for the ‘Police Enforcement’ Category

NHTSA and Misandry

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Happy New Year! I am sure with the new year there will come a new torrent of public service commercials from the NHTSA regarding seatbelts, cell phone use (text, calling), and drunk or buzzed driving. The NHTSA has unfortunately been another propagandistic federally funded institution perpetuating the paradigm that man = bad, woman = good. […]

Exemplary Cops

Friday, December 13, 2013

Great job officers. This woman obviously felt entitled and privileged. These officers are a shining example of exemplary policing. They were just doing their job and took nothing personally. I cannot say enough to vindicate these two fine officers. I hope that police departments across Canada and the United States use this as a training […]

Justice for All?

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

A spouse breaks in to the estranged spouses house. Demands $30,000 while brandishing a gun, hatchet, and wearing a bullet proof vest. Also destroys a computer. What do you think the perpetrator should receive in sentencing especially after a plea of guilty? Twenty years? Fifteen? Ten? Not even close. The sentence was four, yes four […]

Adultery

Monday, June 7, 2010

I have said it before and I will say it again. Adultery in several states is illegal, I know New York to be one of them. Yes, the means that you can be put in jail for cheating. Many have argued with me and decided to go with their own brand of truthiness but now […]

Some Light at the End of the Tunnel in England

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

It seems that in England the powers that be may be reconsidering and actually enforcing the laws of the land. (Daily Mail, 12/3/09) Amazing that an adult woman is actually responsible for her actions against a minor boy. Madeleine Martin was a teacher or Religious Education in the United Kingdom and 39 years old when […]

No Domestic Investigation?

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Perhaps it is because she is a woman or because she is the wife of a celebrity but it seems that there may be more to the Tiger Woods crash than meets the eye. Elin Nordegren, was said to have used a golf club to break a window so that she could get Tiger out […]

Kick A Ginger Day

Monday, November 30, 2009

I do not buy it. “Kick a Ginger Day” inspired by the 2005 South Park episode. These boys were max 7 and 8 years old when it came out and it took them all this time to come up with this “prank.” First it is not a prank, it is a crime, assault, and a […]

Twilight Moms?!?

Friday, November 27, 2009

There is just nothing more that I can say that was not already said by this picture. Well maybe one. This picture is all in jest but it truly reality. b

Singing McDondald’s Order Goes to Court

Friday, November 20, 2009

Paul Fraughton / The Salt Lake Tribune From left, Morgan Glissmeyer, 17, Spenser Dauwalder, 18, Trevor Tolbert, 17, and Gage Christensen, 17, got into trouble when they tried to rap their order at a McDonald’s. Bully for the boys. You can read my original article here. I will be watching for the results and if […]

You Do Not Believe in Miracles?

Sunday, November 8, 2009

This is one of epic proportions. A 6 month old boy is in a stroller on a train station platform in Australia, mom turns the stroller and it rolls off the platform to the tracks about 4 feet below as a train is pulling into the station. The stroller and baby are pushed 130 feet […]