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Minneapolis gun buy back sputters

Minneapolis gun buy back sputters

| August 30, 2016 | 10 Comments

A number of readers sent us links to the story of the gun buy back in Minneapolis last weekend. The city allocated $25,000 for the event and they went through it within a couple of minutes according to witnesses. I showed up at the E. 38th st. fire station at 12:30. Incompetence is the word […]

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Third Time the Charm for “Young Malachi”?  Maybe.

Third Time the Charm for “Young Malachi”? Maybe.

| August 30, 2016 | 9 Comments

Jonn’s written before about Malachi Love-Robinson, the youngster in Palm Beach, FL, who seems to like playing doctor – while committing fraud.  In fact, Jonn’s written about him twice. Well, young Malachi is back in the news.  Wanna guess what for? Nah, you don’t have to guess.  Same old, same old:  he’s back in jail […]

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Gun control casualties

Gun control casualties

| August 30, 2016 | 15 Comments

The Chicago Tribune noticed that August 2016 is the deadliest month for Chicagoans in almost two decades with more than 2800 gunshot victims of whom 487 were killed. It seems to be a national trend; Chicago has a lower homicide rate than many other U.S. cities that are smaller in population. But this year, the […]

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Ronald Read, the frugal veteran

Ronald Read, the frugal veteran

| August 30, 2016 | 24 Comments

Tman sends us a link to the story of Ronald Read, a World War II veteran, a janitor and gas station attendant in Brattleboro Vermont until he passed at the tender age of 92 recently. What was most notable about his passing is that he left behind $8 million; Even Read’s family was “tremendously surprised” […]

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FDA rule cuts off troops’ cigar donations

FDA rule cuts off troops’ cigar donations

| August 30, 2016 | 35 Comments

The Tampa Bay Times reports that a new Food & Drug Administration rule that became effective August 8th may forbid cigar donations to troops deployed overseas; Among the regulations is what many interpret as a ban on the charitable donation of tobacco products. Premium cigarmakers and retailers like Thompson that have donated thousands of cigars […]

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Eric Robert Purdy; phony SEAL

Eric Robert Purdy; phony SEAL

| August 30, 2016 | 22 Comments

Eric Robert Purdy was paroled from the Utah State Prison system in 2013 after serving time on a theft by deception beef according to Deseret News. Even though he’s unemployed, he somehow manages to drive a 2017 Toyota Camry as well as pay for his daily expenses. Parole officials discovered that he had approached a […]

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Tuesdays with Claymore

Tuesdays with Claymore

| August 30, 2016 | 6 Comments

Well, let’s get this out of the way…you’re racist. Giving Weiner a Huma Sympathy, right up until they blow up your local mall Wonka has no god Remind me again who’s in power in Illinois? Do it for the chirrin’ Taxing your health records Outsourcing stupid DUtards are patriots; yet another in a series Impossible. […]

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Tuesday morning feel good stories

Tuesday morning feel good stories

| August 30, 2016 | 14 Comments

In Jacksonville, Florida, Jacob Sanders, 19 was shot in a gun fight with Wayne Rowbottom, 26 when Sanders tried to steal Rowbottom’s car. Investigators also found pot in the automobile, so Rowbottom is in custody, too. Robert Peak tracked his ex-girlfriend from Louisiana to Macon, Georgia in hopes of winning her back with an exchange […]

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