Thursday, February 29, 2024
VIDEO HERE (7:06 minutes)
Two migrants, recently arrested at different locations for allegedly committing completely different crimes, told Chicago police officers they have turned to lives of crime because they want to be sent back to Venezuela, according to their CPD arrest reports.
I wouldn't ship them all the way home, though. Dump their asses at the US/Mexico border. They got from Venezuela to the border by themselves, or so they claim, so they can get themselves the rest of the way back home.
It’s official — the Louisiana House officially passed Senate Bill 1, Constitutional Carry!
SB01 has passed in the House and is headed to Governor Landry’s desk.
After years of tireless efforts and unwavering determination, Louisiana has finally joined the ranks of states that recognize their citizens’ constitutionally protected, God-given right to bear arms without the need for government permission.
Learning to read is trending. The most fundamental of K-12 subjects is fueling YouTube videos and feature stories in People magazine and is now the subject of a report from Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., ranking member of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. Let’s hope the renewed interest spreads, because a shocking proportion of American children cannot read, and the data have profound implications for these children’s futures—and the entire criminal justice system.
PALM BAY, Fla. - A puppy's broken legs nearly cost him his life.
If a pet owner can’t afford surgery, euthanizing the animal is an option, even if the injury is treatable. However, animal lovers in Brevard County couldn’t let that happen to this injured pup. Cody is on the road to recovery because two women raised thousands of dollars to save his life in a matter of hours.
THE BRONX - A severed human leg found over the weekend on subway tracks in the Bronx could belong to a man who was hit by a train days earlier, the New York Post reported.
The left leg was discovered by MTA workers on Saturday afternoon in the path of a "4" train between the 167th St. stop and 170th St. stop.
APOPKA, Fla. - A "shots-fired" investigation Tuesday night in Apopka quickly escalated after officers made a disturbing discovery.
According to Apopka Police, 37-year-old William Love Miller fired a shot at the entrance of the Dollar Tree located on West Orange Blossom Trail. The bullet, police say, passed through the glass, just a few inches away from a nearby employee.
Wednesday, February 28, 2024
VIDEO HERE (15:09 minutes)
With me waking up at 4am or earlier most of my working life, I never took the time to make breakfast until just a few years ago, but now it's an every morning thing.
I'll fry up a third of a pound of sausage with 3 eggs over easy on top of that in a bowl, topped off with some Mrs Renfroe's hot chow chow, a diced pickled jalapeno and 4-5 splashes of habanero sauce. It's not as spicy as it sounds as the eggs kill the heat from the pepper and sauce, leaving the flavors. It does still have a bit of a bite, though.
Lisa doesn't eat breakfast very often but when she does, she gets a breakfast like the one Dwayne prepared. She doesn't like anything with even a hint of heat to it.
Tennessee continues in its ongoing efforts to pass mental health reform laws.
This week the full state House passed a bill that expands the Tennessee 'Duty to Warn' law.
Right now, mental health professionals are required to sound the alarm if they have a patient who is a threat, specifically if they have made threatening statements. This amendment expands that to all healthcare professionals.
Bills to ban ranked-choice voting are causing passionate debate over a method to cast ballots that some say is fairer and some say is confusing and could lower voter turnout.
Ranked-choice voting allows people to rank the candidates, with “one” being their favorite. The votes are tallied in rounds. After the first round, the candidate with the lowest votes is eliminated. The voter’s second preference is then added to the tally. The process continues until a winner is determined.
Arizona Republicans are advancing a bill that would allow people to legally kill someone accused of attempting to trespass or actively trespassing on their property.
The big picture: The legislation, which is expected to be vetoed if it reaches the state's Democratic governor, would legalize the murder of undocumented immigrants, who often have to cross ranches that sit on the state's border with Mexico.
One of the most intriguingly depraved of the many insanities of radical college faculty in our time is the effort, now ongoing for decades but increasing in intensity and expanse in recent years, to rehabilitate the Black Panther Party (BPP). For a good while in the wake of the demise of the BPP in the early eighties, they were anathema even to much of the Left, as the outspoken embrace of violence by this Marxist-Leninist criminal youth gang masquerading as a political movement was seen as beyond the pale even to staunch progressives. As we got farther away from the BPP, though, the radicals began an attempt to establish respectability for them, in the popular culture and especially in higher education, confident that nearly all the students they teach today will be wholly historically uninformed about the BPP story and too lazy to do any research on them.