Correction: He reacted the same way any gold digger with a silver spoon in their mouth would react.
 June 30, 2014 at 1:51pm
The Spanish phrase applicable to Democrats in Texas?
“Bandidos” meaning lawless thieves.
June 23, 2014 at 11:32am
Finally, Joe has found a place amongst his intellectual equals – 10 year olds.
 June 20, 2014 at 9:22am
Hmmmm, “jounalistic codes”…sounds like an oxymoron to me. How about a journalistic code to relentlessly pursue the truth and hold corrupt public officials accountable instead of throwing them puffy little softballs in order to “make it rain financially” or serve a personal political predisposition? Now that would have some kind of merit.
As for photographing a dying 5 year old, I consider that a tasteless, cold intrusion on her dignity and that of her family. Those that agree can best express their position by NOT clicking on the photo link, thus denying him the monetary gain this would bring. And write a check for the family and the town to help out.
A not surprising action by John Wiley Price, a long time muckracker and so-called “community organizer” (we’ve seen that movie before righ) who is under investigation by the FBI for “conspiracy to commit bribery, money laundering and bankruptcy fraud”. Price certainly has an interesting history:
Toure’, typical limousine Democreep. The Spendocrats were more than happy to take billions in Jewish support while they were a significantly sized special interest voting block despite their religious orientation, but when larger special interest groups come along with bigger voting blocks that might be in conflict with Jewish interests (like Muslims, Palestinians, the LGBT, illegal to-be-legal immigrants, atheists, Marxists) look how quickly the Democrats are ready to kick them to the curb. The Democreep mentality of win at all costs, and the ends justify the means, could not be illustrated more clearly.
 May 20, 2014 at 2:15pm
The one hope for this country is if they are similarly as stupid in the field of procreation.
The fact they are surviving proves Darwin was wrong.
May 20, 2014 at 2:14pm
Nope. People like you are the problem.
May 16, 2014 at 3:06pm
Congratulations Principal Johnson, you just cost your school district a large legal settlement for wrongfully persecuting a student who had COMMITTED NO CRIME. Good luck in your imminent job search.
"...cost your school district a large settlement..." The actual costs, of course, are always borne by the hapless citizens. Think how infuriating it must be for a liberty-loving taxpayer in that district to have his or her hard-earned money wasted to deal with actions so clearly in violation of law and personal freedom.
 May 16, 2014 at 12:28pm
Only the US Department of Injustice is authorized to run guns into Mexico.
May 13, 2014 at 1:52pm
You know this illustrates an important point: Slushies are dangerous. Not only are they unhealthy, but they are a dangerous weapon. We should BAN slushies. Only police officers and the military should have access to slushies, and even then, they should have to register their slushie, and have a smart chip in the cup so that only the officer can drink it, not some child who might accidentally start playing with it. That poor misguided lady trying to exercise her first amendment rights (which she should have gotten pre-approved by the local UN office) could have gotten a dangerous brain freeze from being hit with that slushie. And why is it that Conservatives don’t care about keeping dangerous slushies that can give you a brain freeze or diabeties out of the hands of chidren, anti-Christian bigots, and other simpletons? Oh, the humanity…
May 12, 2014 at 11:25am
Peabrain. You have any idea of how hard it is just to make the final day cut? When you can even win a charity scramble at your local public course, then call us up and stun us all with your blinding insights.
April 8, 2014 at 7:48pm
In Texas, a line would develop for men politely waiting their turn to beat the guy to a pulp and hand him over to the police, while the first in line, when done, tips his hat to the lady and gallantly returns her phone to her.
March 25, 2014 at 2:15pm
$3,000 for that thing? Coleman will sell you a 2-man tent for under $300, and it would fit her a whole lot better.
yeah, but wookies are allergic to the nylon mesh in the insect screens
I was thinking more along the line of spray paint. THAT might fit her.
March 25, 2014 at 1:42pm
Perfect situation for the teacher to sue the parents for defamation. That is called an “education”.
March 25, 2014 at 1:38pm
No surprise. A lying school adminstrator, defending a lie with another lie. Thanks for the memories, teacher’s unions.
February 27, 2014 at 2:08pm
Conservatives of Connecticut, you have another choice:
Move to Texas.
We do not advocate violating a person’s 2nd Amendment rights (or those of the 4th and all the other vital Amendments) . The State of Connecticut does.
We have plenty of jobs here for hardworking people, and because Conservatives are by definition hardworking, Constitutionally-oriented patriots, you would be very welcome here. You are not welcome in your own State of Connecticut.
Texas has a vibrant, growing economy with massive opportunities for individual freedom and success, a massive land area with wide open spaces to rear strong families in, a warm year round climate, and wonderful natural resources. Connecticut does not.
If you hold faithfully to the longstanding traditions of faith, family, and freedom that built the United States into the most powerful and just country on earth, you are welcome here. You are not welcome in the State of Connecticut.
We do not tax our citizens into oblivion and economic slavery as a means of consolidating oppressive political power under a fascist/socialist ruling class through the payment of petty bribes and entitlements to a slacker class. Connecticut does.
One must ask, then: Why on earth would you want to continue living in Connecticut?
February 25, 2014 at 2:34pm
“Random Search” = “Random” Violations of our 4th Amendment rights : Wikipedia: “The Fourth Amendment…to the…Constitution… prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and REQUIRES any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause…The amendment was held to apply to the states in Mapp v. Ohio (1961)….
Under the Fourth Amendment, search and seizure…should be limited in scope according to SPECIFIC information supplied to the issuing court, usually by a law enforcement officer who has sworn by it… Early court decisions limited the amendment’s scope to a law enforcement officer’s physical intrusion onto private property, but with Katz v. United States (1967), the Supreme Court held that its protections, such as the warrant requirement, extend to the privacy of individuals as well as physical locations…
In certain situations, law enforcement may perform a search when they have a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity, even if it falls short of probable cause necessary for an arrest. Under Terry v. Ohio (1968), law enforcement officers are permitted to conduct a limited warrantless search on a level of suspicion less than probable cause under certain circumstances. …the Supreme Court ruled that when a police officer witnesses “unusual conduct” that leads that officer to reasonably believe “that criminal activity may be afoot”, that the suspicious person has a weapon and that the person is presently dangerous to the offic
 February 20, 2014 at 1:15pm
If Democrats had their way, she might well be dead today along with her child, killed by armed intruders. I mean consider, her weapon clearly is an “assault rifle” style, and as Diane Feinstein and other morons of the Left keep telling everybody, these type of weapons are “more dangerous” than other guns.
Dangerous to felonius punks that is. The kind Eric Holder wants to be able to vote.
February 6, 2014 at 7:45pm
If four different Federal agencies paid Rep. Connolly a dozen visits or more to harass him, you can bet he wouldn’t be searching for “empirical evidence” of a conspiracy.