Friday, September 22, 2023

"I know your mommy just dropped you off, but it's naptime"

EDMOND, Okla (KFOR) – A Grove Valley Elementary Special Education teacher resigned following a letter sent out to parents saying she no longer worked in the district. The letter said the Deer Creek School District learned that Amanda Bristow had been giving students some sort of medication. 

“I did question my son about it, I said, did she ever give you any medicine? And he said she used to give them special gummies and then they would take a nap,” said Megan Longoria, a parent.

Pliney Gardner

Pliney Fisk Gardner (c. 1835 - 1893) was an Old West gunfighter and outlaw. Gardner was born during the 1830s and migrated to California during the 1850s where he made his living as a gambler, earning a reputation as a hard character. He shot a man to death in 1859 at Sonora, California and was indicted with a charge of murder, but released from custody. Gardner then made his living as a hired gun for a mining company being a member of a notorious Daly Gang that terrorized the goldfields between Aurora, Nevada and Carson City during the 1860s in the Nevada Territory.

I'm sure she's taken, men - beaucoup babes




Thursday, September 21, 2023

A couple oldies but goodies

Gun Myths Gone in Five Minutes

For forty to forty-five percent of Americans, guns offer very little mystery or intrigue. They are inanimate objects; simple tools. Yet, for the majority of Americans, unfamiliarity leaves them easily persuaded by a bewildering political barrage of redundant malarkey. 

Hot on the heels of the Heller Supreme Court decision (June 26, 2008, Heller v. District of Columbia), former co-anchor of ABC's 20/20, honored five times for excellence in consumer reporting by the National Press Club, nineteen-time Emmy Award winner John Stossel, dispels the deceptive, pervasive gun control myths that he once held himself. All in less than five minutes.
VIDEO HERE  (4:56 minutes)


John Stossel Tries to Get a Gun Permit in NYC

The Constitution says individuals have a right to bear arms. But some cities make it nearly impossible to carry one. Stossel tests the system by applying to carry a gun in New York City.  They REJECT his application.
VIDEO HERE  (5:07 minutes)

Newsom says he will sign climate-focused transparency laws for big business

NEW YORK — California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Sunday that he plans to sign into law a pair of climate-focused bills intended to force major corporations to be more transparent about greenhouse gas emissions and the financial risks stemming from global warming.

Doug from The DaleyGator needs our help

My name is Doug, and my mother has decided to cease her dialysis treatments. I have been her caregiver for four years, since my dad passed away in 2019. I have not worked since 2019 because mom has needed full time care, which I have provided in our home and we have been living on her Social Security benefits.

When she passes away, her benefits will cease, and I will very soon run out of money to live on. I was just beginning to apply for Medicare and Disability for me, so, it will be a few weeks before I can begin supporting myself. Our bank account is low, and the final expenses will likely deplete it entirely.

Frankly, I need some help, and would be grateful for any help you can give.

God bless and thank you very much
Doug Hagin


If you can see your way to join me in donating a few bucks to help out a fellow Patriot, I know it will be appreciated. Times are tough and it sounds like Doug could use a helping hand.

I know what you're here for.....






One theory as to where Joe Biden got his fake names

As the House Oversight Committee recently revealed, President Joe Biden used at least three aliases in his email correspondences. The major media, probably out of ignorance, missed the likely code embedded in those names.

In Time magazine, for instance, Brian Bennett wrote, "Joe Biden used Gmail addresses with the name 'robinware456' and 'JRBWare' during his time as Vice President.  He also used a government-issued account with the name 'Robert.L.Peters.'"  Bennett's article is titled "Here's What We Know About the Email Aliases Joe Biden Used While Vice President," but Bennett does not even guess at the meaning of the chosen names.

National Deficit, Inflation Soars Despite ‘Inflation Reduction Act’

The U.S. Congressional Budget Office reports that the federal government is borrowing far more this fiscal year than the year before even as inflation continues to rise. 

The CBO released its deficit estimate which said the U.S. deficit hit about $1.5 trillion in the first 11 months of this fiscal year.

Don't you love watching the Left turn on each other?

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There was a heated protest Saturday in San Francisco where opinions clashed over the issue of Transgender rights. 

At the demonstration, outside a hotel where a women's rights group is holding its convention, protesters say the organization is anti-Trans rights.

Biden to Launch Federal Office for “Gun Violence Prevention”

Anti-gun Democrat President Joe Biden will reportedly announce this Friday the creation of what Fox News is calling “of the first-ever federal office of gun violence prevention,” ironically on the same day the 2023 Gun Rights Policy Conference opens in Phoenix, Arizona.

The Hill reports that the new White House office will have the formal name “Office of Gun Violence Prevention.” We have yet to see whether it actually prevents so-called “gun violence” or merely pushes more restrictive gun control schemes.

Thursday's gifdump

About #3 - back in the 1970s and 80s, it was pretty common to see a water-skier being towed down an irrigation canal in California by either a horse or a pickup. Canals are quite a bit wider than ditches, though.

You could always tell the beginners, though. They were the ones sporting a nice road rash from being scraped along the concrete sides of the canals.




Ray Epps pleads guilty to misdemeanor over Jan. 6 riots

Ray Epps has pleaded guilty to disorderly or disruptive conduct in connection with the January 6 riots. 

Epps, 61, was charged by the Department of Justice on September 18 over his involvement at the US Capitol fracas. 

He has now pleaded guilty to the one misdemeanor count of disorderly or disruptive conduct on restricted grounds during a virtual hearing.


No surprise here. The feds had to do something in an effort to cover their asses.

Commentary: The Migrant Surge is Coming to the Classroom

Democratic politicians and the liberal media made the first day of school all about welcoming migrant children. That’s sheer propaganda. Parents deserve the truth. The migrant surge is a disaster for their kids. 

The surge will worsen our education system’s twin failures: plunging math and reading scores, and the failure to ensure newly arriving kids learn English so they can succeed, too.

Sad, but they're overlooking the obvious

Concerned parents packed the Lake Elsinore School Board meeting Thursday night in response to the death of 12-year-old Yashua Robinson during P.E. class in late August.


Public school.
Vaccination required by law to attend that public school.
12 year old boy dies of heart attack.

Dude needs to go back to burglar school

STANISLAUS COUNTY, Calif. (FOX26) — Leave the superpowers to the superheroes. That is what the Patterson Police Chief is warning all burglars after one man tries to break into a business swinging from the ceiling.
-Tennessee Budd


Patterson's over on the western side of Stanislaus County where I moved from.

I'm guessing he touched that dick

CHICAGO — A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for murdering a transgender woman in her Chicago home three years ago.

Orlando Perez pleaded guilty to first-degree murder on Thursday, court records show. Judge Nicholas Kantas handed down the sentence. Multiple counts of first-degree murder, armed robbery, home invasion, and burglary were dropped by prosecutors in their plea deal with Perez.

'tis just a poor confused youth...

YONKERS - Law enforcement and local officials in Yonkers are furious after a man who allegedly punched a Yonkers police officer in the face was released without bail by a judge.


Officer Friendly needs to take some boxing lessons if he didn't see that punch coming.

Your Thursday Morning Florida Report

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - Two women were arrested for drunkenly tossing a baby back and forth "like a toy" at a bar in Daytona Beach, potentially breaking his arm, according to the Daytona Beach Police Department.

Good Morning