Monthly Archives: December 2015

POLICE OFFICER QUALIFICATIONS

WELL, THEY’RE AT IT AGAIN. IN AN ATTEMPT TO DIVERT ATTENTION AWAY FROM THE RECENT POLICE SHOOTINGS AND CONFRONTATION COPS EXPERIENCE, THE POLITICAL CLASS IS ATTEMPTING TO PUT THE INCIDENTS DIRECTLY ON THE BACKS OF POLICE OFFICERS. THAT’S RIGHT, THE … Continue reading

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OPTICS-WHAT KIND OF AN ANSWER IS THAT??

A FEW DAYS AGO A GOOF FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY TESTIFIED BEFORE A CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE ABOUT THE USE, IN THIS CASE THE NON-USE OF FACEBOOK IN THE VETTING OF IMMIGRANTS/REFUGEES. IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE PERSON TESTIFYING … Continue reading

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“HANDS UP, DON’T SHOOT”–ONE OF THIS YEARS BIGGEST LIES

The Washington Post recently came out with the annual list of the most outrageous lies of the year. guess which one came in first…that’s right, “hands up, don’t shoot.” Well now isn’t that sweet. All the phony politicos in congress … Continue reading

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BALTIMORE POLICE OFFICER WILLIAM PORTER-PARTIAL VICTORY

Baltimore police officer William Porter was handed a partial victory yesterday when the jury in his bullshit trial couldn’t reach a verdict. They couldn’t reach a verdict on any of the charges…even the most trivial. This bodes well for the … Continue reading

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THIS SHOULD MAKE YOU FEEL ALL WARM AND FUZZY

We all know what happened in San Berdo. We have all been advised that they were radicalized at some point. Well, whoop de doo. Who cares how and when they were radicalized. They just were. I feel that some people … Continue reading

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IF YOU SEE SOMETHING–DON’T SAY ANYTHING BAD ABOUT MUSLIMS

After the horrific attack BY MUSLIMS, in San Berdo the pres took to the airwaves and rambled on about gun control and a bunch of other inconsequential baloney. What he did say was”…If you see something, say something.” OK, I … Continue reading

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FLORIDA OFFICER OF THE YEAR

A number of snowbird returning to Melbourne ,FL to winter in the warm and welcoming sun and sea lifestyle discovered some, make that many, of their homes had been burglarized. As you might expect valuables in excess of $200,000 were … Continue reading

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FERGUSON EFFECT-THE PHRASE THAT WON’T GO AWAY

Recently in the city of brotherly love a veteran beat cop, whilst walking his beat, got flagged down by a bus driver. Upon investigating the situation the officer was advised that an unruly passenger absolutely refused to leave the public … Continue reading

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GUN CONTROL AND SAN BERDO-WHAT’S THE ANSWER

There’s an olsd song i hear in my satellite radio that says…”I been from Kalamazoo to San Berdo, just to get away from you.” I guess San Berdo just isn’t far enough. The shooting of the totally innocent people , … Continue reading

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LORETTA LYNCH CONTINUES THE LEGACY OF ERIC HOLDER

We all remember our former Attorney general Eric holder. You know, the guy that knew early on that the Michael Brown jr. shooting by Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson was legit. Yet, the top law enforcement officer in the nation … Continue reading

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