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I was not able to watch his program last night since, unlike those that live off of govt handouts, I was in my office working late. But, I will be watching over the next few days.
December 23, 2014 at 8:41 a.m.
I think Johnny "three-and-out" Football had some tightening in the area BETWEEN his hamstrings. Sixth round talent with first round hype.
December 22, 2014 at 1:27 p.m.
You may believe that Dwight, but I see the correlation. There is video of mob protesters showing that their chants quickly changed from "Hands up; don't shoot!" to "What do we want? Dead Cops! When do we want them? Now!". This POS's Instagram post clearly stated that if the police shoot one of "them", they have to take out two of the police. Now, two cops are dead and they were both minorities. It is an "us" vs "them" mentality. This guy was nothing but a career thug; his rap sheet shows it. This kind of guy is criminally insane and needs to be treated as such. Now, if I'm a cop and I have to draw my weapon and shoot, I empty the clip and there will be no discussion.
The next thing, all of society needs to quickly boycott all advertisers that have anything to do with the phony, race-baiting, tax cheat Al Sharpton. This a$$hole incites the mob and then feigns shock and disbelief when something like this happens! I will watch his show this evening, list the sponsor, and post them. We have free speech in this once-great nation but there is a tremendous responsibility that comes with it. There are consequences to abusing it.
December 22, 2014 at 12:16 p.m.
Wow, I remember in high school when one of our assistant coaches told a player after a particularly bad effort that he was about as "good as tits on a bull." As a 16 year old kid, it had a profound effect on me. I now had a great new comment in my bag to use on others when they screwed up. It was all we could do not to start howling. Still use it to this day. Of course, we had an explicit rule that what went on in the locker room, stayed on the locker room. It is not a de' spa.
December 18, 2014 at 11:26 a.m.
The question that needs asked and answered is a breakdown of those taking the police exam. How many take the exam, what is the racial background and what are the overall results. Maybe there are insufficient black candidates let alone those that can pass the exam. Or, is there a lack of respect for a black candidate once they get the badge? How did Jimmy Hughes pass the test?
December 18, 2014 at 11:16 a.m.
His coaching style sounds a lot like Don Bucci to me. I guarantee Bucci kicked many a player in the butt on the field and made better man out of them. And, would bend over backwards for kid who needed assistance, especially getting into a university.
December 17, 2014 at 1:13 p.m.
I don't understand why the weapon should be taken from here for evidence? What crime did she commit? She was attempting to protect herself in her own home from criminals that pointed a gun at her first! Don't be upset with the Vindy for publishing that information; be upset with YPD that they confiscated her weapon. Now, somebody get her a 12 ga!
December 17, 2014 at 9:39 a.m.
There is absolutely no comparison to what occurred during WWII and that which happened at Gitmo. Captured American soldiers were afforded protections under the Geneva Convention for enemy combatants. The terrorists are not uniformed soldiers but criminals that want to harm America. They are not afforded these protections just as spies were treated differently in WWII from soldiers. WE also went house to house in Germany, dragged Nazis out, and executed them. The current E.T.I.'s we used were conducted by the CIA, not the military, so there would be no acts of vengeance. The interrogations were done under a systematic plan to insure the information received could be evaluated and vetted to the conditions that actually existed. It was done to a very few individuals and we obviously got sufficient information for Barry to take out Osama bin Laden. Most of the prisoners in Gitmo are living in far better conditions than they were overseas.
In the end, I don't like that some had to be treated harshly but, IMHO, they asked for it by their actions. I have to agree with Chessiedad; how can anyone look into the eyes of the families of 9/11 victims and say that we didn't want want to use E.T.I.'s on terrorists because it is cruel.
December 17, 2014 at 9:34 a.m.
jojuggiePost #574 is priceless! This will be repeated at Christmas Eve supper. I may even make a poster.
December 16, 2014 at 5:51 p.m.
Snarklar,Nobody has denied Hawkins right to express his opinions. But, there are consequences to expressing those feelings in the court of public opinion. Rice and Crawford were both ordered by police to put their hands up and were unfortunately shot when they failed to properly comply. Horrible tragedies that were totally avoidable.
December 16, 2014 at 5:46 p.m.