Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 30 2014

SWAT Burns Baby in No-Knock Raid, Blames “Domestic Terrorists”

A 19-month-old toddler is in a medically-induced coma after a SWAT team threw a flash bang grenade in his crib during a no-knock raid. Local news stations report the child is also paralyzed. However, police state that the incident isn’t their fault – the baby is, sadly, a casualty of domestic terrorism. The boy’s mother, …

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May 27 2014

Mandated Trigger Warnings Threaten Free Speech and Common Sense

A new trend rising among liberal colleges and their oh-so-progressive students is that of a mandated trigger warning – a warning system for potentially offensive or emotional material. The idea behind it is that sometimes materials found on a college syllabus could induce, create, or revive trauma. The use of trigger warnings first appeared in …

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May 25 2014

Stabbing Investigation Prompts City-Wide Lockdown

A report of a domestic conflict leading to a stabbing sent an entire Massachusetts city into lockdown on Thursday. Of course, after the Boston Marathon manhunt, the state showed it has no qualms in instituting lockdowns, shelter in place orders, or doses of martial law. According to the press release Greenfield Police Facebook page, the …

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May 20 2014

Concerned Citizens Paint Crosswalks; City Removes Them

We’ve all heard the question, “But who will build the roads?” Instead, one might ask, “but who will paint the roads?” In the case of Tacoma, Washington, it was the citizens. Crosswalks – of lack thereof – have been a big problem in Tacoma. Citizens in especially busy, downtown areas have requested crosswalks be repainted …

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May 19 2014

9-Year-Old Girl Handcuffed, Detained in Bathing Suit

When Latoya Harris’ nine-year-old daughter got into a fight at the local Boys and Girls Club in Portland, Oregon, the children apologized and that seemed to be the end of it. However, a week later, police showed up on Harris’ doorstep and arrested her little girl on assault charges. The child had been playing in …

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May 18 2014

Teen Faces Life in Prison for Pot Brownies

19-year-old Jacob Lavoro of Round Rock, Texas, has been accused of baking and selling pot brownies. He is being charged with a first degree felony because of his recipe. According to the affidavit, Lavoro used hash oil, along with coconut oil and marijuana. In Texas, possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor, depending on the amount. …

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May 13 2014

American Minecraft Gamers Blow Up Government’s Virtual Denmark

America has invaded virtual Denmark. The incident occurred earlier this month via Minecraft. For those not familiar with the game (which can be downloaded here), it is “a game about breaking and placing blocks.” Players can build or destroy entire digital structures and environments with textured 3D cubes. Players can also explore, gather resources, craft …

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May 08 2014

NJ Senate Committee Passes .22 Rifle, Magazine Ban

New Jersey’s Senate Law and Public Safety Committee has passed Senate Bill 993, a bill banning certain .22 rifles and limiting all magazines to 10 rounds or less. The vote was along party lines, 3 to 2. The bill would ban any .22 rifle with a fixed magazine of over 10 rounds. This includes the …

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May 08 2014

Ted Cruz Releases Definitive Report: 76 Lawless Obama Actions

Republican Senator Ted Cruz has released Legal Limit Report 4, a definitive list of 76 lawless actions committed by Obama and his administration. The report details transgressions that range from executive orders and national security, to the erosion of civil liberties and refusing to act on Freedom of Information requests. Cruz writes, “Of all the …

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May 05 2014

Gun Owner Shoots Armed Robber, Faces Lawsuit

19-year-old Dante Williams entered a Waffle House in South Carolina in January of 2012, brandishing a gun and demanding money. Justin Harrison, a concealed weapon permit holder, intervened and shot Williams. Now Williams’ family is speaking out against gun owners and demanding stricter gun control. They’re also filing a lawsuit against Harrison. The debate was …

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