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Posted on April 26 at 3:23 p.m.

I wouldn't call it a block.... More like a rabbit punch with the intent to kill. I'm sure the police report will say the exact same thing. It's very likely the D.A. will press charges and the officer will get a medal!

On Video of Arrest Appears to Show Officer Knock Phone from Bystander's Hands

Posted on April 26 at 12:59 p.m.

There's a simple reason for regulation. Cigarettes are regulated because they've been proven to cause health problems and there's also a lot of tax dollars to be collected
Vaping has become a replacement for cigarettes, so it must be taxed to replace that money. Then of course there's always that corporate need to produce more and more for profits. It's only fitting to state those vaping to quit smoking are starting a craze that more and more people are into...
Join the craze! If you don't you're not cool! if you're not cool, then you're Un-American.... That means you people who don't vape are terrorists!

On Vaping on the Rise

Posted on April 26 at 12:55 p.m.

Ha! You just said it was the tea party dragging the GOP down! Now your telling us it's the RINO's dragging them down.... Maybe that's the problem with liberals. They think they can have it both ways!

On Praise for Laura Capps

Posted on April 26 at 11:10 a.m.

It's nice to know people with Greenspan's views find hope in the Grand Ole Party. With his help reasonable and relevant candidates like Dale Fransisco and Able Maldanado will surely climb to the top of the conservative ranks. Hell maybe even Schwarzenegger will re-enter the political arena!

On Praise for Laura Capps

Posted on April 26 at 10:36 a.m.

If Laura Capps is so profoundly connected to Clinton, I suggest she sit this one out and write a tell all book.... Everyone's doing it these days!

On Praise for Laura Capps

Posted on April 26 at 10:27 a.m.

You know I'm always hearing how the homeless should be "sent somewhere else" because their always trashing private property and causing trouble for those who can't make money fast enough. Why not apply that to this situation.? Send every salamander to some far away state and let them become their problem....
I'm sure some state like Idaho or Alaska would be a perfect place for those salamanders! All that open space and water. They could find themselves an old abandoned mine shaft to call home. Then the farmer would be free of these pesky critters. The salamander would be free from the environmentalist who want to shove a microscope up their asses in the name of conservation. And of course your politicians could get re-re-elected on a feel good "I saved the world from itself" campaign!

On Plan for Santa Barbara Salamanders Released

Posted on April 25 at 6:22 p.m.

So Bush can get a friendly peck on the cheek and he's demonized by the media while Hillary's starting to look like the whore of Babylon and all we hear is crickets...

On The Return of Bill and Hillary?

Posted on April 25 at 12:09 p.m.

JarJar Binks knew he was a incompetent dufusss, yet despite is handicap, he went on to become a war hero and a senator of a galaxy....

On Capps Introduces Bill to Halt Offshore Fracking

Posted on April 25 at 11:52 a.m.

We're feeling it up here too native. Gas in Couer d' Alene just went up to $2.23! I bet it's $2.30 by the time "summer blend" comes around. (Lucky for Idaho, summer only comes around three months out of the year!)

On Gas Prices Rebound

Posted on April 24 at 9:48 p.m.

Dear Congresswoman and fellow politicians,

If you really believe as I do that fracking isn't eco-friendly, maybe you'll consider building a pipeline across the plains... Oil rich shale just might be the key stone to our problem!

Think about please, before fracking destroys the prarie's water table and causes so many quakes it makes a pipeline impractical!

I for one don't want the oil derived from shale shipped down here on poorly maintained rail lines like it is today!

On Capps Introduces Bill to Halt Offshore Fracking

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