As would be expected, the U.S. Government (and no, the government is NOT me and you) can’t keep track of their own guns and seems to lose them, God knows where. In addition, the record keeping for these weapons is so poor, officials don’t know how many guns are missing. ~~~~~ Shock!!!! Some crooked politicians
In what is only just another example of the totalitarian mentality that has been drummed into Americans’ heads for many years now, a 77-year-old, wheelchair-bound man in New Jersey faces fines for feeding wildlife in his backyard. The environmental specialist (gestapo) says that, “the wire wreath-style feeder filled with peanuts is drawing ducks, deer, geese,
Big Apple “Voluntary” Composting Idea Stinks; Carries Health Risks, Says New York-Based Risk Expert New York, NY – Mayor Bloomberg is planning on creating a “voluntary” composting program that will eventually become mandatory, the New York Times reported on Sunday. “This is a rotten idea for the Big Apple,”says Jeff Stier, the New York City-based
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt Publicly Apologizes for Insult to Christians Worldwide by Celebrating Violence-Linked Union Leader Cesar Chavez with Google Doodle on Easter Sunday; CEO Larry Page Seconds the Apology In Response to Question from Shareholder Activist Group, Google’s David Drummond Says Decision to Restrict Guns from Google Shopping Platform is NOT Linked to
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos Asked to Explain Why Amazon Bans the Sale of Legal Gun Parts to Adults, but Not Videos and Games Depicting Mass Murder and Torture to Young People Seattle, WA / Washington, DC – At Amazon.com’s annual shareholder meeting, CEO Jeff Bezos attempted to duck a question from the National Center for
And I will protect MYSELF!
The startup changed the agreement signed by retailers, which includes a ban on sales from some business activities, like drug paraphernalia and escort services. (Shady, if not downright illegal, yes, but also two business models that could especially benefit from the customer-service revolution possible from better mobile payment options.) The relevant section was since amended
From the New York Times: The F.B.I. director, Robert S. Mueller III, has argued that the bureau’s ability to carry out court-approved eavesdropping on suspects is “going dark” as communications technology evolves, and since 2010 has pushed for a legal … Continue reading →
Some of the bills vetoed by Bullock Monday included:
HB240, by Rep. Cary Smith, R-Billings, which would have allowed students to have guns on college campuses.