The leaks are trickling out. Just yesterday, I wrote about the two previous grand jury leaks during the last five days that corroborate original public accounts from the Ferguson Police Department, and the radio interview of one officer Darren Wilson’s supposed friends.
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Steve's a part-time conservative blogger. Steve grew up in Connecticut, and has spent time living in Washington D.C. and the Bahamas. He resides in Connecticut where he’s comfortable six months of the year.
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I’m sorry, this crap just does not happen on its own. In Illinois, a Republican state representative candidate tried to vote for himself and other Republicans, only to notice — before he submitted the completed ballot — the votes were being cast for his opponent and other Democrats.
Multiple leaks have seemingly come from insiders directly familiar with the Darren Wilson grand jury proceedings in Missouri during the last week. The grand jury is considering if Wilson, a police officer in Ferguson, was justified in killing Michael Brown on Aug. 4.
I’m listening to Rush Limbaugh today and I understand Jim was talking about Ebola earlier today on the big radio show earlier today. I’m no expert, but let’s put this in perspective. At this point there is very little chance you’ll be exposed to Ebola. Period. You’re more likely to be killed in an auto accident […]
Yeah, only two weeks to fix. I read this when the story came out and forgot to write about it. I’m pretty certain some other bloggers pointed it out immediately after it was published, but just today the New York Times published their correction.
For the life of me, I can not figure out why a review of traffic stop statistics could provide race-baiters with solid information showing cops are “illegally” racial profiling. Oh wait, I know. They can use the statistics collected — no matter how valid they are — to show a “disparity” they can use in a headline.
The grandfather was trying to get away and keep his grandson safe when he saw the thug pull out his gun. The thug fired, and when grandpa saw the opportunity, he returned fire with his own gun and the thugs ran away … only to carjack someone else who did not have a gun.
… one of them is killed by the homeowner. Swift justice. There are many politicians who have a serious issue with using firearms for self-defense in the home. What it comes down to is this. If many anti-gunners out there had their way, this family of four would be dead and they would be fine […]
The government does not always have to “do something.” Emily Fedorko from Greenwich died in what can only be described as a terrible accident on the water Aug. 7. Emily and three teenage friends were in a motorboat on Long Island Sound enjoying the day when Emily died after coming in contact with a spinning propeller. Horrific. But as […]
Every single day, multiple times a day, someone protecting themselves, their family or a friend stops a violent attack by using a firearm. In most cases, the trigger is never pulled yet still the threat is stopped. Let’s go to the video.