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Posted on June 4 at 9:37 a.m.
I'm wondering if they check to see if any of the guns are stolen or do a ballistics test to see if they were used in a crime??
What a great way to get rid of a stolen or dirty gun!!
On Cops Hosting Gun Buyback Event
Posted on June 3 at 12:54 p.m.
When you are intoxicated: you are liable for actions taken while intoxicated.If you drive while intoxicated: you cannot make the excuse "I'm sorry your honor, I didn't consent to engage in the operation of a motor vehicle - I was drunk at the time."If you murder someone while intoxicated, you cannot make the excuse "I'm sorry your honor, I didn't consent to shooting that person in the chest 6 times, reload my revolver and then fire an additional two rounds - I was drunk at the time."So why, and under what possible leap of of logic do you get to remove one's own responsibility for consenting to engage in sexual activity while intoxicated?Furthermore: how can such a BIASED law be proposed when a court of law is supposed to be unbiased? If the man and woman have BOTH been drinking: than neither one should be capable of consenting. Instead what they propose: is that if a woman is intoxicated when she willfully engages in sexual activity - she can then turn around and CLAIM she was raped.Even if the man with whom she willfully engaged in sexual activity with was black out drunk or even intoxicated to the point of unconsciousness.
On Women on Campus: The Hunted
Posted on June 3 at 8:53 a.m.
When I was a kid I remember going to the mission in Lompoc.. I never bought any of it.. it was sad to think that people were rounded up and forced to work, to tithe, to forget their own language and culture...
On Tribal Leaders Oppose Serra Sainthood
Posted on June 3 at 8:45 a.m.
Harvard Law student Kamilah Willingham, was upset that the man she wanted had affections for a white girl, so she filed rape charges.
The falsely accused male Brandon Winston was found not guilty in a court of law as well as by Harvard's own investigation. He will permitted to re-enroll at Harvard Law this year and continue his education towards a law degree. His reputation and future employment prospects are most likely severely damaged.
But in the meantime Kamilah Willingham is portrayed as a victim and hero in the new campus rape documentary entitled, The Hunting Grounds. The film has been lauded by members of Congress, screened on hundreds of college campuses and at the White House. It will soon be shown on CNN.
Read the whole story of the night in question here. http://www.slate.com/…/the_hunting_gr...
Posted on June 1 at 3:24 p.m.
then there's this:
and finally this:
Prison rape in the United States
oh wait.. there's more:
Posted on June 1 at 3:04 p.m.
Posted on June 1 at 12:31 p.m.
More lies from people that don't want the gravy train to end!!
Posted on May 29 at 3:05 p.m.
So women want to be treated equally but everywhere I look there's a law that only helps them??
Men make more money than women for a good reason.. because we do jobs women wont or cant: we do dangerous work, we put in more hours, we work for most of our life.. we get maimed at our jobs, we die at our jobs.. how's that more the supposed male privilege!!
On Gender Wage Gap Bill Moves Along
Posted on May 27 at 8:45 a.m.
On Solution to Homelessness Lies at Hand
Posted on May 14 at 9:15 a.m.
On Women's Health Week