Saw that...she is kinda the next step into depravity. No denying it is a life, yet taking it upon herself to kill it. Self confessed murder if you ask me.
February 26, 2014 at 3:23pm
It’s always the IRS.
It’s always the irs.
It’s always theirs.
January 2, 2014 at 7:48pm
You can get a divorce, Kate, then you can qualify. I wonder how many people will take this extreme step in order to afford insurance?
May 28, 2013 at 10:46pm
Our CO gov. just provided a stay of execution for a man who killed 4 people in a Chuck-e-Cheese, right after signing laws to restrict guns from law abiding citizens.
So no, this wouldn’t surprise me.
May 24, 2013 at 12:52pm
My kids are home schooled, and here in CO after a certain age they have to go in every 2 years for the standardized test that all public schools take.
My daughter went in for her first one a couple of years ago. The Leftist school administration sat her down in the middle of the school office, while kids and parents were coming and going, phones ringing and being answered – you get the gist. They were trying to distract her from her test, whereas all the public school kids get this quiet room to do it.
She blew the public school kids away in every category.
May 17, 2013 at 12:14pm
Well, if the Obama administration says they are all fabricated, then they must be.
Sigh. Now I can get on with my day since I have complete faith in our gov’t.
May 9, 2013 at 6:35pm
I had the same conclusion, Truemedia. One of the cops was just the other side of the wall behind the car – and he didn’t hear a car door shut? The others were across the street, in one position, and in line with the one behind the wall. Very poor approach, no good view of the house from multiple angles.
March 27, 2013 at 11:32am
1. Horrible thing going on, pedophile teachers and administrators protecting them should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, getting the max sentence. If that law doesn’t exist, make it before you have to name it after a child.
2. Where are the parents in this? Why are they not monitoring their child’s online activity? I have the passwords to the online accounts my kids have, and I make it known to them that I am monitoring. They have had to un-friend kids they know because of posts that other kid posted. There’s also a rule that before they can ‘friend’ someone, that other person has to ‘friend’ me so that I can see what goes on in the other persons posts. They are KIDS! No, they don’t get privacy, not when that privacy can lead to the above situations.
These rules have led our kids to be aware of potential problems, talk about them openly, and discuss solutions which range from talking to the other person about their actions and what they could do, to my kids telling me they are un-friending someone because the other child doesn’t care, to talking to the other child’s parents.
Parents are making the schools raise their kids because they don’t have time, because they are pursuing the ‘American Dream’ as it has become – gather more wealth than your neighbor.
March 25, 2013 at 12:29pm
My wife worked for a private school, about 15 years ago, and came across boxes and boxes of Time magazines from the early 40′s thru the 50′s. They were in perfect condition. The principal allowed her to bring them home so we could go through them, it was amazing, especially reading what they were printing about the war and pre-Pearl Harbor, and knowing what we know now.
The principal told her she could not have them for herself, but to return them to the storage.
She found out months later in order to get back at my wife for some infraction (in his mind) he had them thrown into a dumpster.
I still get furious at him today when I think about this.