Who can protect children better Jim, you with a phone dialing 911 or a well trained armed individual.
You protect yours as you wish, I will continue to protect mine as I wish. All four of my children are well trained and have the ability to protect themselves, although I am ultimately responsible for their safety.
Now where is my “Do Not Patronize List of Artists and Businesses”
February 15, 2013 at 5:29pm
February 15, 2013 at 9:17am
As a Goalie parent in 18U AAA, I have seen it all throughout the years. This guy should be tossed for 7 days from ALL rinks. On a second infraction, be banned for the rest of the season. Hockey is a great sport peppered by parents living vicariously through their kids.
As the kids get older, it gets better. The kids start to police their parents.
February 11, 2013 at 10:20am
And Another Lib wanting to Blow Up a building in San Jose.
Llaneza’s stated goal was to trigger a governmental crackdown, which he expected would trigger a right-wing counter-response against the government followed by, he hoped, civil war,”
February 11, 2013 at 10:04am
And now this one:
The Obama Ogling Cop Killer Is Using Assault Weapons with High Capacity Mags
February 11, 2013 at 9:49am
Here is a possible answer:
Ft Hood – Registered Democrat- Muslim
Columbine – Too young to vote – both families were registered democrats and progressive liberals
VA Tech – Wrote hate mail to Pres Bush and to his staff. Registered Democrat
Colorado Theater – Registered Democrat, staff worker on the Obama campaign, occupy wall street participant, progressive liberal
Connecticut School Shooter – Registered Democrat, hated Christians
Common thread is that all of these shooters were progressive liberal democrats.
February 11, 2013 at 9:46am
Gun Free Zone = Target Rich Environment
IE: No law abiding citizen can shoot back
February 10, 2013 at 5:15pm
The issue here is that the power company has a defacto monopoly. I believe litigation is in order. The game they are playing is their way or the highway. Interesting to see how this will work out.
I have issues with the way the power companies are attempting to address THEIR problems with the limited capabilities of their electric generation, transmission and distribution systems. I think their approach to Demand-Response is S-T-U-P-I-D, but they have open forums in the industry and an avid group of participants--all working very hard to insure that YOU will have power when YOU NEED it! To me, Demand-Response (Subscribed load-shedding) is analogous to your super market offering discounts if you are willing NOT to buy items when they are in demand--like Turkeys for Thanksgiving and Eggs for Easter! In return for a, maybe 1% discount on your grocery bill, you'll NOT be able to purchase such items, and if you do--you won't get your annual discount check at Christmas! Hey, maybe this will work in Obamacare! You'll get discounted insurance rates if you agree NOT to use the Emergency Room when it is busy! Just save your emergencies for off-hours! How about an airline that boots oversold flights by order of price paid for your ticket--lowest revenue passengers get bumped first! (Actually, I rather like that idea, as well as periodic 'Dutch auctions' for tickets (you bid, they select, however many fill the flight--and everyone PAYS the sing 'Auction price' that fills the flight!
Yep, Airtech, I'm waiting for the class action suit against our power co. who has
''fined'' folks who opt out of the SmartMeter. $75. per meter. Again, sorta like
the Obamacare plan. You take it or pay a ''fine'' (read: tax) for opting out.