Joyanna Adams

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New Law: No Disrupting Schools or Drug Dealers

Nobody Wins

Once upon a time, the only thing that could get you in trouble in the land of the free and the home of the brave was squeezing the Charmin.

But, not anymore. The Boston bomber wasn’t the only one arrested last week, two other very dangerous individuals were also arrested by our brave law officers, but in different states.

First Dangerous Criminal: From Virginia…Jared Lardieri it seems wore ‘offensive’ clothing to school, so he was suspended and then, arrested.

This from the Blaze:

Allen Lardieri (Jared’s father) says that he was informed by Logan City Police on Thursday that his son was facing two charges, obstructing an officer and disrupting the education process. However, Jared’s attorney Ben White says that wasn’t the police department’s call to make.

“He was arrested, he was put into handcuffs, he was removed from the school and brought to the Logan City Police Department,” White said. “Charges aren’t officially filed or brought until the prosecuting attorney’s signs off on them and they don’t do that willy nilly.  They do that after a thorough investigation.”

While you and I know, there IS no education process going on in our public schools to disrupt, there had to be another reason he was expelled. Obviously the teachers were very upset at someone expressing their support of the Constitution, which according to the 1st and 4th amendment, gives him the right to have a gun, and wear a tee-shirt with a picture of it on the front. After all, he didn’t bring a gun to school.

So, not only do they want guns outlawed, they want the pictures of the guns outlawed too. Unless of course your tee- shirt had a picture of a police officer holding a M-16. THAT would be okay.

The school district’s dress code prohibits profanity, violence, discriminatory messages, but as noted in this report, gun images are not on the list.

What seemed to really make the elites high and mighty liberal teachers mad, was that most of the students were supporting the kid and were wearing the same shirts.

Second Dangerous Criminal: In Missouri, the land of “Drugs are sold in hallways of all high schools” a mother got so frustrated with watching her kid get hooked on heroin, she went after the heroin pusher herself, because the armed cops could care less, and she is now facing up to a year in jail:Sherri Gaven

A Missouri mother is becoming a bit of a folk hero after facing charges for attacking her son’s alleged heroin dealer with an aluminum baseball bat.

Sherrie Gavan of Imperial, near St. Louis, was arraigned Monday on charges of third-degree assault. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, she tried everything to protect her son, Clayton, including change his high school. But when all of her efforts failed, the desperate mother drove to the home of 21-year-old Joshua Loyd — her son’s presumed heroin dealer — and struck him with an aluminum bat. She claimed that she went to Loyd’s home to tell him to stay away from her son and her family, but after witnessing Loyd retrieve an item from his car, she became fearful. That’s when she returned to her car to get the bat.

“How can we as law enforcement turn our backs on someone who has been assaulted?” Boyer told the paper. “I understand her intentions, but we have laws.”

Yes…that’s the new mantra: We have laws. And you cannot assault our drug dealers.

How do we fight this insanity? Well…if all the kids in all the public schools got NRA tee-shirts and wore them every day, sooner or later they’d have to close the schools down.

Pity.

As for the mother: She picked the wrong weapon. I would have smacked him really hard in the head with an NRA tee-shirt. According to Obama’s law, it’s a very dangerous weapon.

April 24, 2013 - Posted by | Censorship, Gun Control, Uncategorized | , , , , ,

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  1. Whom the Gods destroy, they first send mad

    I have spoken before of my ‘view’ that the 2 world wars first sent many men mad with ‘shell shock’ – those that survived being killed or maimed – and women neurotic , bereft and angry at the loss of ‘prospect’. And then the feminists became psychotic.

    It is not possible to live with someone who is in either of those mental conditions and remain totally sane, and yet society has had to. Nations have had to. Men, women and children have had to. Our legislators have had to.

    ‘Having to’ is a form of coercion and drives one mad in turn. The social effect is schizophrenia.

    More than 500 people were murdered in Chicago last year. Yet Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel still found time to berate the fast-food franchise Chick-fil-A for not sharing “Chicago values” — apparently, because its founder does not approve of gay marriage.

    Graphic language, nudity, and sex are now commonplace in movies and on cable television. At the same time, there is now almost no tolerance for casual and slangy banter in the media or the workplace. A boss who calls an employee “honey” might face accusations of fostering a hostile work environment, yet a television producer whose program shows an 18-year-old having sex does not.

    Many colleges offer courses on lurid themes from masturbation to prostitution, even as campus sexual-harassment suits over hurtful language are at an all-time high.

    Criminal sexual activity is sometimes not as professionally injurious as politically incorrect thoughts about sex and gender. Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer — found to have hired prostitutes on a number of occasions during his time in office — was given a CNN news show despite the scandal. But when former Miss California Carrie Prejean was asked in the Miss USA pageant whether she endorsed gay marriage, she said no — and thereby earned nearly as much popular condemnation for her candid defense of traditional marriage as Spitzer had for his purchased affairs.

    Critics were outraged that talk-show host Rush Limbaugh grossly insulted birth-control activist Sandra Fluke. Amid the attention, Fluke was canonized for her position that federal health-care plans should pay for the contraceptive costs of all women. Yet in comparison to Fluke’s well-publicized victimhood, there has been a veritable news blackout for the trial of the macabre Dr. Kermit Gosnell, charged with killing and mutilating in gruesome fashion seven babies during a long career of conducting sometimes illegal late-term abortions.

    Had Gosnell’s aborted victims been canines instead of humans — compare the minimal coverage of the Gosnell trial with the widespread media condemnation of dog-killing quarterback Michael Vick — perhaps the doctor’s mayhem likewise would have been front-page news outside of Philadelphia.

    Long ago, it was argued that the end result of Lawrence v. Texas, and ultimately the legalization of gay marriage, would ineluctably lead to calls to polygamous marriage, and in some fringe cases, incest. What we told at the time, essentially was:
    “Ah, the famed ’slippery slope’ argument. It goes like this: “Opening the concept of marriage to any interpretation will lead to a slippery slope for any type of relationship to emerge as the new norm.

    This is patently offensive. It says that if a loving gay couple can marry, we will have to allow a zookeeper somewhere to marry his monkey. Then, we have to allow Jethro to marry 8 women. We have to allow dad to marry his daughter.”

    But that response was stupid. Because it was essentially, “Your artificial definition of marriage is monstrous. But my artificial definition of marriage will hold, impervious, for as long as the sun burns hot in space.”

    But, the cautious were right, of course. Now that gay marriage seems to be becoming fixed as an accepted right, we find ourselves faced with the next logical push for expansion of marriage. In Slate today, Jillian Keenan has penned an article urging the legalization of polygamy. Indeed, according to her, it’s a feminist imperative.

    “While the Supreme Court and the rest of us are all focused on the human right of marriage equality, let’s not forget that the fight doesn’t end with same-sex marriage. We need to legalize polygamy, too. Legalized polygamy in the United States is the constitutional, feminist, and sex-positive choice. More importantly, it would actually help protect, empower, and strengthen women,children, and families.”

    It will empower women! Indeed, look at how empowered women are in all the polygamous societies that currently exist in the world. And in polygamous societies all throughout history.

    Oh. Wait. It’s the exact opposite of that, isn’t it?……….

    Eight years ago, the slippery slope polygamy argument was just a load of Rick Santorum, wingnut, Christian bullsh*t. Today, it turns out it was just a logical prediction that was correct, and entirely foreseeable. http://www.qando.net/?p=15112

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    Comment by Amfortas | April 24, 2013 | Reply


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