User Profile: abeliever2010


Member Since: July 22, 2012


  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 8:33am

    What about those that do not wish to be second hand smokers because they live in an apartment building next to or above someone who does smoke pot? What happens to their rights to live drug free?

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  • May 20, 2015 at 9:26pm

    Is Beck smoking pot….?
    Again I would strongly suggest he read or better yet go and talk to the partners and coworkers and family members of officers murdered or injured in the line of duty and see for himself first hand that not all plans or information is correct.

    You can sit comfortably in a chair on the radio and talk all you want…go live the life and wonder how many times law enforcement officers must endure life threatening incidents.

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  • [2] May 20, 2015 at 12:24pm

    Now after listening to the show this morning I hear Glen would agree with de criminalizing marijuana. Comments were inferred about other drugs as well. If this is the case Glenn, you are losing a lot of your base. I turned on my music on the drive to work after hearing your drug comments today. Good luck

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  • May 20, 2015 at 10:13am

    Most law enforcement officers are conservative and caring people that uphold the Constitution and protect the citizens of our country. Having worked with many officers in my career I can attest to this. I will also say that a good number of people in the profession have been tempted by the federal government to accept the “handouts” as the poor economy has limited the funding for law enforcement equipment. There are also those out there that want to drive tanks but should be in other professions. Corruption and un Constitutional behaviors should be rooted out among the law enforcement community, not bashing the profession as a whole.

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  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 9:54am

    Glen – you are losing your base as you go offline.
    You go out and serve a high risk warrant with your sport coat and microphone and see what happens. Our civilization has changed and people no longer respect authority figures, including the beloved firemen. Yes there are bad apples out there in law enforcement, just as there are bad apples in our government, media, health care system, clergy and the list goes on. Deal with the bad apples accordingly, don’t make blanket statements.
    While I will agree there is too much desire to have certain equipment, there is also a need for some of this equipment. You are making blanket statements that will lose your following.
    An officer doesn’t need military style equipment…..well tell that to the officers dealing with deadly situations every day and look at the numbers that are being killed each year. I believe you ran a piece about the numbers of officers being killed has increased.
    Glen look in the mirror and see what is happening.

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  • May 23, 2014 at 6:46pm

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  • March 20, 2014 at 10:27am

    As a former law enforcement official of many years – There is no such thing as an ACCIDENT!!

    Someone was responsible for the life, health and safety of this man. That meant that a guard was to have checked on this person to ensure he was ok.

    Someone dropped the ball no matter what.

    As a Veteran of the armed services (USCG) I am appalled at the treatment of veterans in our country.

    As a son of a Korean War Veteran I am also personally saddened by the way in which the VA treats the veterans. My father was fighting for benefits even on his deathbed. He died days after writing a letter to ask the VA to correct mistakes they made so his loving and supporting wife of 51 years would be able to obtain the proper benefits that were supposed to be paid.

    As a Veteran exposed to several hazardous materials at Ft. McClellan, Alabama I am fearful that if I need the VA I will not be able to receive the benefits needed.

    Our country needs to become vocal and to take action. Write to your representatives and demand action taken to correct years of neglect.

  • March 11, 2014 at 9:18am

    The legalization of marijuana has opened Pandora’s box and I fear it will never close.

    So if someone smokes pot in their apartment what happens to the neighbors that do not smoke nor want to smell it? Where are their rights?

    Do you really want someone to operate a vehicle after ingesting pot?

    What about the children of the household, what happens to them?

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  • March 7, 2014 at 2:31pm

    This is a classic example of the fight or flight syndrome.

    The female saw a threat and her mind instantly made the decision to flee from the dangerous threat. There is nothing wrong with this at all. The decision is “what will I be able to do against a deadly weapon when I am unarmed with no equipment to protect me.” That was a split second decision she made and no one can change that.

    The other guard saw the threat and immediately went with the fight (for his life) decision. There was no alternative for this man. He saw the weapon and knew that if he did not act he would be in a bad way. Realistically he had no other option of escape or delay tactic. The gun came up on him and he reacted accordingly to save his life.

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  • March 2, 2014 at 2:51pm

    That is a very mature and understanding young man!
    All of us, more so our elected officials, should review this story and look at our own actions to see what we can do for our fellow man without strings attached or personal gain.

    May God bless this family. May God bless all of our Armed Service members and families.

  • January 29, 2014 at 12:08am

    May God Bless all of our veterans!

  • January 19, 2014 at 12:39pm

    This is truly the definition of community oriented policing.

    Before the police had cars they walked the beat and spoke with the community one on one.

    This is a step in the right direction.

  • December 12, 2013 at 9:37am

    Tell me why then are Bishops shuffling the child predators out of areas and into others fully knowing the crimes that have occurred by the offenders?

    “Twelve thousand pages of records are being released by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, documenting decades of child molestation and cover-ups. The documents revealed retired Cardinal Roger Mahony and his top aide’s efforts to conceal the molestations from authorities and shield priests accused of abuse.
    Just one example of this abuse is clearly available with many more similar.

    Cardinal Jose Gomez, in a rare public rebuke of a top church official, stripped his predecessor Mahony of all public and administrative duties.”

    Just look at the internet for reports of beautiful churches, built by those that came to this country for something better, that have been torn down or stripped of their beauty and traditional design. All replaced by amphitheater style monstrosities and multi function rooms where inter faith functions occur.

    The Catholic Church has been instrumental in assisting those persecuted by Marxist / Communist ideals. The theology and dogma of the Church do not support the communist and Marxist ideals.

  • December 11, 2013 at 10:22am

    Interesting- I wonder if he won this award because he is single handily destroying the Catholic Church.
    For example:
    Marxist beliefs were recently made
    Morale issues are no longer a matter of faith
    Other faiths may worship within the Catholic Churches
    Traditional teachings of the Church are being left behind
    Beautiful churches are being destroyed
    Pedophiles within the Church are not being held accountable

    So many more issues are occurring – but they are not being reported by most media outlets.

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  • November 12, 2013 at 10:22am

    He must be overdue for his annual eye exam….all those letters he thought said for him to run—–
    he could not read the rest of the line Please run….away

  • November 7, 2013 at 9:30am

    I would say that a lot of officers leave the profession due to the frustrations of not being able to correct the wrongs that occur. When an officer goes against upper management they will always lose. I am a victim of doing the right thing. When I had the opportunity to achieve a position of management I provided the proper law enforcement values to protect and serve the citizens, I was pushed out of my office. I was doing the right thing and I was punished. The political turmoil that occurs behind the scenes is amazing if you have not ever lived it, you would not believe it.
    Yes there are those that rise to the top because they are “yes” men, because they are willing to be silent when they see injustices.
    In years past as a patrol man I spoke out about illegal arrests, improper conduct toward citizens, racial discrimination and for doing what was right, speaking out and informing the proper administration, I was punished for that.
    Law Enforcement is not the bad thing here, it is the people that are positions to abuse that power.

    After reading the posts in reply I must say that there has been an ongoing change in the fundamental attitude of officers in our country. It is the us vs. them attitude and it is disturbing. Some of the change is due to those types that would rather kill an officer then comply. This attitude is fueled by the poor attitude of the law enforcement and their us vs. them attitude.
    Law enforcement needs to get back to basics, protection for

  • November 6, 2013 at 9:54am

    Dear Mr. Beck,
    While there are some bad apples in every profession I believe that it is wrong to post material that paint a sweeping picture of all officers.

    It is journalistic malpractice to lump all law enforcement officials into one group. There are thousands of good law enforcement officers in our country that are trying to do the right thing on a daily basis and this “article” makes it more difficult for them to complete their duties without causing more hate.

    I write this as a former chief who has seen those who put their lives on the line, take time away from families and their own lives to help others within their community without hesitation. I have personally accepted a position as police officer for $10.50 per hour in order to bring good police work to a community that needed it. I have lost my family over the profession I dearly loved in a divorce. I have no pension to show for the fruits of my years of service.

    If you are going to call out those bad officers for their improper actions then do so. Please do not fuel the fires of hate toward those that have dedicated their lives to the profession.

    In reply to the contribution Welcome to the United Police States of America

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  • October 14, 2013 at 9:36am

    Please research your facts prior to posting stories like this.
    Most stores have policies in place similar to this in order to protect the company and assocaites from injury, both legal and physical.

    There are procedures for this situation that must be followed in accordance with state law as well.

    Can you imagine the lawsuit brought if an associate stops someone who they thought to be a shoplifter turned out to be something different? False imprisonment, false accusations and the like bring a hefty cost upon the company in law suits.

    If she wants to chase shoplifters she should apply for a store security or loss prevention position with the company and then be properly trained to do that job.

  • October 10, 2013 at 9:46am

    This man shows the entire country what the meaning of being an American is about. No handouts, no complaints. Just a sense of pride in country and can do attitude.

    While those that collect the entitlements sit back and enjoy their life handed to them, this man is actually teaching our entire country a lesson, including the elected officials.
    That being—>
    We can survive as a nation without the large footprint of a overfed federal government. WE can cut the lawns of the property, WE can watch over our nations monuments and parks, WE can run our country.

    This shutdown shows us where where the elected officials’ priority is. Certainly it is not to care for the people because if it was the President would have done something prior to the shutdown.

    It is a shame that the elected officials of our country are acting like hateful, spoiled children that don’t get their way. What has happened is the eyes of the citizens should see that they are LAST on the priority list of the President and the elected officials.

    How can you shut down open air monuments, views to parks, Veterans benefits! How do they justify allowing those that served our country to be used as pawns in a political temper tantrum? The veterans of our country deserve far better treatment than this.

    Keep the momentum alive – get out and volunteer in your area to keep a park clean, watch over your neighbors and help those that need help. That is the American Spirit we need again!!

  • October 5, 2013 at 7:11pm

    Can You Guess What Bill Harry Reid Just Passed During the Gov’t Shutdown?


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