For the first time in 45 years, a Texas cop is found guilty for a murder he committed in the line of duty. Now let’s see whether he serves the time any other cold-blooded killer would. UPDATE: Ummmm … nope.
It is not a violation of Twitter policy to wish someone would kill the children of NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch — even though it is a violation of Twitter policy to wish for the killing of anybody else.
The Vatican is using Bill Clinton’s playbook to defend the pope against accusations in the sexual-abuse coverup. And these people just dig deeper, more polluted pits for themselves every time they open their criminally clueless yaps.
I’m a bit behind, so I suspect you’ve already heard this news. But a judge (speaking of cluelessness) has allowed the ban on 3D gun-printing plans to continue. Apparently because two branches of the fedgov can’t get their act together. Or something.
Officer of the year tries to strangle his own son during an argument over marijuana. Said hero is apparently drunk at the time; but that drug is okay.
Yeah, the ban is extended, but the bigger picture is a lot worse.
I have a project about that in the works. And if the judge does what I’m expecting next… well, TZP has something planned for that, too.
Wow. In just under 6 months Rain’s college tuition all went down the drain, spent on costuming. That’ll teach him a lesson! 😁
Rain’s dad does does have an apparently unlimited costume budget, but I was more involved with whatever is going on with that prosthesis. First I don’t know anyone who actually uses a peg foot but that’s trivial; it might be a big fashion thing all the cool amputees are into and I wouldn’t know. But the peg itself keeps changing subtly and I can’t figure it out.
Now that’s going to bother me for the rest of the day. Thanks loads, Claire.
Good piece, Bear.
And Cody Wilson certainly has big brass oness:
“….Claire Wolfe and Kit Perez have done a fine job of detailing this phenomenon and recognizing the difficulty of responding to collectivist resistance in BASICS OF RESISTANCE, which I have read and heartily endorse.
So instead of complaining that “no one is doing anything” I suggest that one start by reading this book and coming to individual and free-thinking conclusions as to what should be done and by who…..”
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You may not care for her politics but one more example of what happens when the government doesn’t like what you have to say, also a cautionary tale to take with a huge grain of salt any negative stories about people the gubment don’t like.
I remember the hounding of Seberg. It would have been outrageous under any circumstances, but to have targeted a woman known to be so emotionally fragile was even a worse crime.
Same old cop hater bs.
Can we call you when there is a mob smashing my door down?
The mob most likely to be smashing doors down these days is a SWAT team.
If we ever reach the point where freelance mobs are smashing down our doors, do you really expect employees of the state to rush to your aid?
What is the “same old cop hater BS”?
To expand on Claire’s point a bit; police rarely intervene to stop crime in progress, mostly they keep themselves safe and wait till after the fact
It’s an insult to the military to call the badge-heavy jackasses as being warriors. None of them ( and damned few of their normal-weight-badged brethren ) are willing to place mission above personal safety, much less personal survival.