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  • [38] August 23, 2016 at 2:41am

    Nah… it was a 1st Amendment practice of his religion – – an outreach mission by the religion of peace..

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  • [15] August 22, 2016 at 7:55pm

    Actually, sheriff, I believe that a 9mm double-ventilation was exactly the appropriate response.
    Sudanese are mostly muslim, mostly don’t respect anything other than thuggery and brute force (the fact that they’ve turned their entire country into a hell-hole for 20+ years should be your first example).

    A pictorial lesson in trash-removal by the officer will do far more to alleviate this issue an prevent recurrence than ANYTHING ELSE he could have done.

    My only complaint is that the officer retreated prior to ventilating the scum. I understand WHY he did (plausible deniability of intent to kill), but IMHO if you see a thug wielding a weapon with intent, you should be justified in ventilating him, on the spot. Sadly, the scum’s family would otherwise have a dozen lawyers to lined to up to sue the city/dept/officer/etc…

  • [22] August 22, 2016 at 12:22pm

    holy crap – one of Matt’s best articles.. EVER……

    In reply to aoeuid's comment on the contribution I Wasn't Cut Out To Be A Father

  • [8] August 20, 2016 at 8:05am

    the level of racism in the title alone (white fragility) shows the bias..

    this is unbridled stupidity.

  • [6] August 17, 2016 at 9:15am

    Dunno.. that’s pretty hard to imagine… I own several businesses on the edge of the “black district” of Columbia – one of the bluest parts of the city. Just last week I had a political conversatino wtih 2 locals – both who are 3rd generation Democrat blacks.. BOTH said “no way in hell I’d vote for her”….

    In fact, only a few of the looney tune Democrats I know have any interest in voting – and they’re Bernie supporters who might switch to the Donald, because they hate Hillary so much…

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  • [41] August 15, 2016 at 10:25pm

    this is an utterly irrelevant straw man argument.

    Her point is that new laws are making it hugely difficult to draw people into the sport. Past experience has little/nothing to do with future expectations.

  • [21] August 15, 2016 at 12:11pm

    Occasionally, the gene pool filter gets replaced, and it catches stuff that had previously slipped thru.
    From the sound of things, it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving individual. of course the guy who pulled the trigger will have to deal with it for years….

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  • [1] August 13, 2016 at 4:41pm

    very ‘unswiss’…. most swiss are well trained in firearms, which is also why they have a very low level of violence there….

    i’m betting this was a mental case, notwithstanding the normal current outreach program in process by the advocates of the peaceful religion…

  • [15] August 12, 2016 at 2:19pm

    It’s awesome for a parent to see the fruits of their labors in such a good way….

  • [321] August 10, 2016 at 3:01pm

    Lemon is a pompous horsesa$$ and has no idea what the hell he is discussing.

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  • [1] August 8, 2016 at 6:00pm

    not the officer’s problem – that was the idiot who got stopped.
    It’s not difficult to pull WELL OFF THE ROAD most of the time.. And if it’s not, slow down, put on hazards, and find a driveway to pull into.
    There is NO TICKET on the planet worth the life of an officer.
    I’ve had more than my fair share of ‘performance awards’ by LEOs in numerous jurisdictions – probably approaching 20 different states (yes, i travel a lot, and yes i have a lead foot, and yes, i usually get off with no points and a minimal fine because I treat the officer respectfully, am polite, think for his safety, and usually admit when i know i’m speeding) – i have never once in my entire life stopped ON THE ROAD like this woman did..

    There is almost always a safe place to stop. Trust me, an LEO would far rather you proceed slowly to a SAFE PLACE, than you stop instantly in a dangerous spot.. His life is on the line when he steps out….

  • [3] August 6, 2016 at 12:19pm

    I really doubt Maricopa County is going to prosecute, unless there is some external evidence pointing towards something else.

    Guns are the great equalizer. Libs should be all about them, as they empower the weakest: women, children, and minorities, to protect themselves..

  • [36] August 6, 2016 at 10:18am

    Stupid… just plain stupid..

    The “insulter” used the best weapon he had available – his mouth… At least he made the killer waste time, bullets, and energy trying to shoot at him.. EVERY SHOT at him was a bullet NOT put into someone else…

    Frankly, I’d question the sanity of any LEO engaged in an “investigation” of him.

  • [104] August 3, 2016 at 4:14pm

    She may win, but it’ll likely be because of a rigged system, NOT actual votes.

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  • [2] August 3, 2016 at 1:45pm

    Agreed… Trump is almost as narcissistic as 0bama.. But he’s actually correct.

    The stupidity of this is that our actual LEADERS are wasting this time trumpeting something which was obviously a sarcastic joke, NOT an actual encouragement of a foreign power to engage in espionage…

    Those who know already know the reality – this was an inside job by a Dem…

  • [46] August 3, 2016 at 1:35pm

    “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.”
    “Ma’am, you’re dressed like 95% of the terrorists in the world. raise your hands, and walk slowly out the door.”

    A niqab – i completely agreee – - wear it and I’ll throw you out.

    A hijab is VERY different – it’s only a wrap of the woman’s hair and head (covers the neck as well) – – but someone’s identity can be determined)..

    It’s a security issue, not a religious one…
    For the same reason we don’t allow Sikhs to run around with their ceremonial kirpan (knife) in full display

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  • [52] July 31, 2016 at 3:32pm

    The only part you missed was that she should be arrested and charged for her crimes against the officers, as she used them for her own political agenda..

  • [5] July 30, 2016 at 6:23pm

    wrong, on multiple accounts…

    1. he was across the street.
    2. he never interfered (he said NOTHING to the officer, never engaged him, until he was asked a question).
    3. he obeyed when spoken to (responded to verbal instructions).
    4 he was arrested under false pretense, as the video shows…

    Listen, the first, second, and the rest of the amendments are there for a reason.. crawly may be a dumbass, but that video’s going to make him a wealthy dumbass..

  • [7] July 30, 2016 at 6:17pm

    I rarely stick up for the ‘police watchers’ because most of the time they are harassers, and cause more problems than they solve.
    However, the commentary by the videographer was NEVER heard by the police man, so even though he called him an uncle tom on tape (while offensive, is no reason for arrest), He *NEVER* heckled, NOR interfered in any way with the arrest. He was fully across the road video taping. He never said anything to interfere; he only responded when asked a question (which he was asked by the officer!)..
    Unless there was some other actions by him prior to that incident on tape, that was pure unreasonable arrest, pure violation of his rights, and he’s undoubtedly going to be collecting his portion from the state…
    I don’t blame him either. that was utterly uncalled for.
    Yeah, following cops around taping them is asking for an asswhooopin..but that officer’s actions were completely illegal..

  • [43] July 30, 2016 at 5:01pm

    “not a bad son” (but he’s been busted and convicted of MULTIPLE crimes, starting at the ripe age of 10)…….
    that’s like saying the shark isn’t bad – he just hangs out with the wrong fish……

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