They are only required because your kid will be around other kids and if he gets sick from something he could have been vaccinated against he can spread his sickness. Putting other kids at risk. Apples and oranges here.
Some DO try...with varying success, depending, I believe, on the state of residence.
[-1] August 19, 2016 at 10:22am
So is that what the new term for Hilary supports, mentally ill?
 August 12, 2016 at 10:17am
What I see is a push for Hilary by splitting the votes in the republican party. Face it that was the plan all along with the elite in both the republicans and democrats, to push Hilary into power. Most of those already in office in both parties are already bought and paid for and new comers will soon be bought and paid for
 July 22, 2016 at 6:50pm
And you don’t think you will regret Hillary within less time?
Eh, I agree the officer had no businesses being there in the first place but 90%+ people will lie about whether or not the person they are looking for lives there or is there.
If he waited down the block, and saw the person enter the house, that would be considered probable cause, but I'm sure police have better things to do than sit around for hours waiting to serve a petty search warrant (don't know the charge).
The same officer had attempted to use the same warrant twice before (10 year old case). The officer had been told that the family moved into the house about 1 year ago and not known the individual that the officer was looking for (x2).
The officer was informed that there was NO POSSIBLE WAY that the person whom he was looking for in a 10 year old case could reside at this house. The officer had credible evidence with REASONABLE, verifiable explanation as to why a 10 year old warrant would not be viable. The officer choose to ignore said facts and evidence and attempted to go into the secured back yard (illegal) and shot the family dog (illegal - because he had no right to be there). Further evidence of criminal activity is that the officer just drove off, no incident report, no one else from the department came out - nothing. But no, we have this police chief telling us that he supports his officer for reasonably criminal activity.
It was a 10 year old warrant
That is stupid 1362. So YOU heard the officer tell 2 different stories? Doubtful. You read 2 different versions of what somebody wrote about what the officer said. And it doesn't matter either way.
 July 19, 2016 at 3:18pm
He may have signed it or had it auto signed for him, but I doubt he wrote that. It is way to different from what he says in public.
 July 6, 2016 at 5:42am
Sadly bestiality is only illegal in certain states. Following info is from 2013, so some may have changed.
Bestiality is a misdemeanor in the following 19 states (or territories):
Alaska; California; Colorado; Connecticut; Florida; Iowa; Kansas; Louisiana; Maine; Maryland; Minnesota; Nebraska; New York; North Dakota; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Utah; Virgin Islands; and Wisconsin
Bestiality is charged as a felony in these 16 states (or territories) :
Arizona; Deleware; Georgia; Illinois; Indiana; Massachusetts; Michigan; Mississippi; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Puerto Rico; Rhode Island; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; and Washington
Bestiality is completely legal in the following 18 states, districts, and territories:
Alabama; Arkansas; Washington, D.C.; Guam; Hawaii; Kentucky; Montana; Nevada; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New Mexico; Ohio; Texas; Vermont; Virginia; West Virginia; and Wyoming
 June 12, 2016 at 7:53am
Wonder if we will find out if this was one of the refugees that was brought here at our expense? Or some one that was given a visa with out proper checking on them?
Ahhh....the religion of peace.......Coming to a town near you
The only way The Blaze will ever know is if there is a string of Twitter posts with bad grammar. That way they don't have to write the story...just screenshot everything and fill some space. Laziness at its finest.
It seems you've touched in the most important aspect of this story.
However did you get past current events in grade school?
According to information on another website, his parents immigrated from Afghanistan. Left the inference that he was born here without specifically saying so.
We'll, the shooter wasn't a refugee. Had you waited a short time before commenting you would have read as much.
Such bigoted speculation based on a falsehoods is just reckless and stupid.
He didn't act alone--I'm sure he had some help and support from Barry (the Antichrist) and the "anti-gun" activists!
 June 6, 2016 at 7:38am
But only when they are on duty. I am sure she would not even what them having a gun off duty.
 June 3, 2016 at 4:57pm
I would have to guess that who ever they are protecting is very high up in this administration if not at the top.
1362: Same ones / ones they have been protecting ever since the radical Left Obama crowd began occupying the White House.
 May 31, 2016 at 4:31pm
 May 24, 2016 at 4:50pm
I would guess the drill was to test the reaction of the people and see how over time they become conditioned to this type of thing as normal.
 May 24, 2016 at 4:42pm
Have to remember that before college most of them had 12+ years of indoctrination in the public school system in being told what to think and how to think it and then all those years in college doing nothing to encourage them to think for themselves, but more you what they should think. It will take a lot of deprogramming to undue what has been done. And yes basically they are beyond help. As are all the children now in the clutches of the public school system.
Agree, there is a large amount of liberal professors, but the key is still to use your brain... in 11th grade of high school i had a liberal teacher Assign the class a big project (worth huge part of your grade) choosing a presidential candidate in 2004 between Bush and Kerry. I was a Bush fan over Kerry, but i knew the teacher was a Kerry fan so I did a project on Kerry. There were only 8 Kerry projects in the class of 40.... and all 8 received an A..... all Bush projects received a C or D..... who was I still going to vote for? bush.... Too bad these kids are buying into everything, loosing a spine, and a brain... both would come in handy.
 May 23, 2016 at 5:50pm
Justthinkinkinoutloud- NCGS stands for North Carolina General Statutes.
 May 11, 2016 at 4:51pm
There is no law that requires the release of private tax documents. I don’t care of the person running is Dem or Rep, that is a personal choice to release tax returns.
That's fine, but fair politics says that if one is going to make an issue of it (as Trump did in the February debates) and demands other candidates release and promises to follow suit, then one is obliged to do so. Otherwise its the same old "rules apply to everyone. Eveyone except me."
Do you have a link on this info you care to post?
 April 11, 2016 at 5:37pm
Sadly the people that did this to the horse would not hesitate to do it to people and may have just been practicing on animals for what they are going to do to humans.
 April 8, 2016 at 10:05am
In other words, I have paid off the right people.
I do hope there is at least one that will up hold the law as written and not give her a pass because of who she is.