Saturday, May 2, 2015

Military and personal weapons

Should military personnel have to reveal their private ownership of firearms or that of family members?

Members of the military have already lost their Second Amendment rights, because they cannot take firearms onto military posts. This means also that, if they live off-base, they cannot carry them in their vehicles that they drive to work.

But listen to what Bill Whittle has to say about an order given to a Major in Colorado. An order he refused to follow.

And then what happened? He quit. And who replaced him? Someone who will follow the order.

Whittle lays the blame right at Obama's desk. I agree.

How many cops do you know who will refuse to obey an order to confiscate legally-owned firearms from law-abiding citizens? It's easy for a cop to say he would refuse to do so.

Now change the scenario a little. What if your town, village or city passed a law, making it illegal to own firearms? What if the mayor or city manager ordered the police chief to round them up? And what happens when the chief sends his officers out to enforce the new "law"?

By edict or fiat the little puppet in the mayor's chair (or governor or President) can change something from legal to illegal. How long would it take the courts to unwind that action? Are you breaking the law, in the meantime?

Wake up, America!!! You must stop it before it ever happens!

NYT calls Mosby a "rookie"

One of the most telling sentences in the New York Times article yesterday after "rookie" prosecutor Mosby filed charges, including a murder charge, against six Baltimore cops is:

"Officials had cautioned that it could take considerable time for her office to complete its own investigation and decide whether to prosecute."

When did we lose the day that a decision to accuse also included the decision to prosecute? And that charges were filed only after a proper and complete investigation?

Three of the cops are black; three appear to be white. Did Mosby so quickly file charges and cause the arrest of the six cops in an attempt to avoid more rioting and destruction in Baltimore? At least one radio news reporter mentioned that possibility yesterday.

If it's true (and how do you prove it?), then SHE belongs in jail.

She's a lightweight, like Baltimore's mayor. When you just look at them, you see no "power", no confidence, no experience.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Mosby launches presidential bid

She didn't use these words, but Maryland State Attorney for Baltimore Marilyn J. Mosby may have just launched her bid to become the first black woman president of the United States.

Whoever heard of a murder investigation being wrapped up so quickly? And what's going to happen, if she prosecutes the six cops and the charges fall flat on their collective noses, because they don't have the evidence or proof of the allegations.

The reporters are going nuts with their emotional interviews. So far I haven't heard anyone say the cops are innocent until they are proven guilty.

The crowds of thugs in Baltimore and Ferguson and around the country don't want justice. They are looking for a tree with a sturdy branch and are over at Home Depot buying the rope.

Everyone of the cops charged had better zip his lips. And I'm sure he wishes that he hadn't made any reports or statements, because they WILL be used against them.

If they are guilty of something, then they should be charged and prosecuted. I don't condone "rough rides" or any kind of police brutality. Cops have to be able to take the heat, even when the thugs are screaming obscenities at them and throwing Molotov cocktails and trashcans filled with burning debris at them.

Look at the scum roaming the streets in Baltimore (and Ferguson and Chicago and all over the country). Who would hire them? They are acting like thugs, because they are thugs. And people, black and white, need to say so.

Obama, Sharpton and others have set this country back 50 years. Prejudices that had started to disappear have come back in full strength.

Did you see the video of Baltimore's Mayor, when a Fox News reporter tried to get her to answer a question? Talk about the deer-in-the-headlights look. She was scared to death. Did Sharpton tell her to keep her mouth shut? Does he hold the puppet strings in Baltimore?

New police operations manual (revised)

Witness: "Officer, that man running down the street just stuck up that store."

Victim: "That man running down the street there just robbed me."

Officer (or Deputy or Trooper): "I wouldn't want to arrest the wrong man, so I am going to take your report and write it down verbatim. Then you and I together will read the report and make sure it is correct. Then I am going to give it to my supervisor. If and when my supervisor tells me to do something and puts it in writing, then I'll think seriously about doing what I am told to do.

"In the meantime, I am not going to put my life or health at risk, my Department's reputation or equipment at risk, or my City's (or County or State) money at risk by chasing a person who might not be guilty. I'm sure you can understand that we don't want another Ferguson or Baltimore in our town.

"Furthermore, if I take any action at any time, I shall not be making any report or statement, verbal or written, without my attorney present.

"Now, would you like to report what you believe to have been a crime?"

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Baltimore thugs rule

I am incensed by the words of Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Councilman Carl Stokes and Rev. Jamal Bryant. How in the world did they get so stupid?

So incensed that I do not feel that I can write freely to describe my utter contempt and disgust for them.


Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Baltimore mayor condones violence

Remember these words, as they are likely to disappear from media records.

Said Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake: "We also gave those who wished to destroy, space to do that as well." And then she tried to lie her way out of it, claiming her words were twisted.

I'll tell you how to stop the riots in Baltimore. You give the police power to put down the protestors. They are not peaceful. They are criminals. You reclaim one block at a time and secure it. Corner the thugs and lock them up.

And the law-abiding People of Baltimore need to arm themselves and protect their lives and property.

The spineless mayor should order the police to put a stop to the riots. Instead, she "gave space" to those who wanted to destroy.

She must have taken an Oath of Office. I have submitted a FOIA Request to the City of Baltimore for that Oath. Should she be impeached and immediately removed from office? Her own words are proof of her not being fit to serve as mayor.

What if those conditions came to Woodstock? to Crystal Lake? to the Huntley Mall? to Green Street in McHenry?

Are you ready to defend your home? your business? your schools? your lives?

Would your mayor be wimpy about the "rights" of violent protestors?

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Flashlight app on your phone?

Watch this October 2014 alert about flashlight apps on SmartPhones.

Then you can lose a lot of sleep or head over to your cell phone provider's store and take action to protect yourself.

Do you use your phone for banking? Credit card payments? Just checking a balance on your credit card or checking account?

Good luck.