In response to “Cop blows away dog for no good reason.” – the same thing happened this past week in Spartanburg, S.C. The people had their dog on a chain and a “beware of dog” sign posted on a tree head high in clear view. The cop shot their pet because it growled at him.
Cops have put themselves above the law on things like this and need to be put on a leash themselves. Of course, no actions will be taken against the officer here in S.C., but in your case they are witnesses.
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I can’t believe it! I witnessed a crime a block from my mother’s house. I am appalled at the blatant violation of the law regarding the sale of an illegal substance. Lemonade is being sold on a corner one block away. Sold by CHILDREN!
Top 10 reasons NOT to vote for Democrats or Republicans at the national level:
1)Korea – 36,516 dead Americans.
2)Stealing money from those who work to give to those who do not. And, oh yes, they feel free to keep some for themselves, apparently for the trouble of stealing from us.
3)Ruth Bader Ginsburg – past president of ACLU (Anti-Christian Lawyers United).
4)Vietnam – 58,209 dead Americans.
5)Taking our money off the gold standard, thereby creating a complete economy based on fiat money (fancy term for money backed by nothing solid).
6)Iraq – 4,486 dead Americans.
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I have been watching the current presidential election battle basically in stunned silence. As far as I’m concerned, the battle is already over, and all we can do now is watch the reality play out. Here’s why.
Since the dawn of civilization and ever since wars have been fought, no war has ever been won by the party, group or nation that allowed the enemy to dictate the rules of engagement. When the enemy determines what options are allowed and what options are not allowed, the compromising party might as well pack up its bags and go home.
Maybe Mitt Romney is nice man, maybe he’s a good man, and maybe he ... continue reading »
I love WND, but every once in a while you guys run the kind of story that keeps you on the fringe of respectability. Jerome Corsi’s piece on the New York Post ad (there is some foreshadowing of the quality right there) might be palatable if it didn’t include those two photo comparisons. Those two do not look alike to any significant degree. Your posting of pictures of two black guys in the same pose and suggesting that they look alike recalls a tired refrain about white people. Can you please try not to feed conservative white stereotypes so much? It’s to ... continue reading »
Dear Jack Minor,
I regularly use WND as my primary source for comparing news sources to find more than a fair and balanced view on world events today. I highly respect WND over and above every news source in the entire world.
With that said, I bring this single issue to your attention in hope to get you to change your mind on cigar promotion and to pull your article from WND promoting cigar smoking once and for all ["Celebs rave over new cigar"].
Both of my parents died of cancer, and my daughter is currently undergoing treatment for leukemia (a blood cancer). If we ar ... continue reading »