Tag Archives: Enforcement

You Would Think We Could Learn From This

From a friend:


WARNING: Some bad language.

The Killing of Kelly Thomas

WARNING: Graphic images. Not for the faint of heart.

Bloomberg Ballistic

Seems the Mayor of NYC has had enough since there were 24 people shot over a span of 24 hours this past Labor Day weekend. As of last night, no suspect had been arrested although police are hunting for one suspect, who they identified as 17-year-old Oneil Dasilva of Mount Vernon.

Bloomberg went ballistic yesterday, demanding stiffer federal gun laws.

Mayor, I have a suggestion, since your city has practically the toughest gun laws around, why don’t you just catch the suspects, throw them in jail and toss away the key instead? You’ll find that makes a real difference.

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Which Dog Did It

This too cute, and hilarious, not to share. Hope you agree.

UPDATE: Unpatriot Acts?

The war on civilians, aka citizens, with cameras.

Watch the video. It will explain a lot.

UPDATE: War on photographing police continues:

In its ruling, which lets Simon Glik continue his lawsuit, the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston said the way Glik was arrested and his phone seized under a state wiretapping law violated his First and Fourth Amendment rights.

Full court opinion here and more info at his link.

UPDATEx2: Gibson Guitar Raided By DOJ

Via GatewayPundit:

“The Federal Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. has suggested that the use of wood from India that is not finished by Indian workers is illegal, not because of U.S. law, but because it is the Justice Department’s interpretation of a law in India. (If the same wood from the same tree was finished by Indian workers, the material would be legal.) This action was taken without the support and consent of the government in India.”

UPDATE: Gibson CEO gives press statemeent. Apparently, the DOJ also confiscated $500K of materials from Gibson back in 2009 and the CEO wants it back.

And then there’s this news item also.

Michelle Malkin posted on this as well. Quite a few worthwhile links in her article that are also must reads.

And the CEO is interviewed by Dana Loesch. This is an inteesting interview (audio only).

Even Glenn Reynolds (Instapundit) hits on it a small bit.

UPDATEx2: Seems Gibson’s CEO is a Republican supporter and a competitor (Martin), as a Democrat supporter who also uses the same wood, hasn’t been touched by the DOJ. How about that.

DOJ files lawsuits against Arizona & other states for passing ‘self-defense’ laws the same as Article 4, Section 4 in the U.S. Constitution.

Why is it our DOJ is more interested in protecting workers in another country (that didn’t ask for help) rather than protecting the lives and sovereign properties of our own citizens from Mexican crime cartels?

This needs an answer. Seriously.

The Great One Asks A Question

Radio host Mark Levin, speaking on issues as: Backdoor amnesty, DOMA, S&P investigation by Justice, Dept. of HHS supporting Obamacare, EPA and cap and trade.

“Is that the act of a dictator?”

Audeo at HotAirPundit.

I would say the answer is – Yes.



Excessive Raid on Raw Food

You be the judge, but I’d say this police action was way over the line and unnecessary.

Video at the link (InstaPundit).

Congress Writes the Laws

Apparently, that’s what Boehner told the POTUS.

“As I read the Constitution, the Congress writes the laws and you get to decide what you want to sign,” Boehner said, recounting what he told the president, according to two sources.

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