Minnesota is one weird state

Either my caffeine intake is not enough and the neurons are still zombified, or Minnesota is one weird state. Caught these quotes article from the Crookston Times about Castle Doctrine:

Sen. Barb Goodwin, DFL-Columbia Heights, said that the bill could enable violent felons to use deadly force once they are allowed to carry firearms again.
“We’re saying that people that have been violent felons in the past can now also basically shoot people anywhere that they feel threatened,” Goodwin said. Her motion to send the bill to the Judiciary Committee for further discussion was rejected.

I am gonna coin a term here: Legis Magicae. And it will be defined at that supposedly magical legislation that will force criminals to do the right thing or stops them from doing the wrong thing. It is a legal incantation approved by the Harry Potters of a legislative body and once signed by the Sorcerer in Chief of the State, it creates a magical force field on each criminal controlling his actions.

More from the same article:

Dennis Flaherty, executive director of the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association, said the bill could result in dangerous situations for police officers, who regularly enter homes without permission.

So in Minnesota, search warrants and Probable Cause are ignored in a regular basis? Is the Constitution known in the State or is it something vague & vapid?

Dayton said when lawmakers were debating the bill last year, he was “concerned because law enforcement in Minnesota was mostly opposed to it, felt that it gave citizens more freedoms and rights than they had.“

Mother of Mary! Is it really that bad up there?

Found HERE.


The Judge said on his facebook page the final show is Feb 13th 8:00 PM This video is allowed under DMCA Fair Use Act.

Judge Andrew Napolitano has his “Eisenhower’s farewell address” moment on the eve of his Fox Business Network program’s final broadcast.


This is my WORLD RECORD HOLDING Fastest mobility scooter being thrashed in the snow which as you can see was BLOODY WICKED.
I reached around 51mph on snow and found it easyer to ride as the steering isnt so responsive.


This is the first in a Daily Caller investigative series on Media Matters For America. Daily Caller reporters Alex Pappas and Will Rahn contributed to this report.

David Brock was smoking a cigarette on the roof of his Washington, D.C. office one day in the late fall of 2010 when his assistant and two bodyguards suddenly appeared and whisked him and his colleague Eric Burns down the stairs.

Brock, the head of the liberal nonprofit Media Matters for America, had told friends and co-workers that he feared he was in imminent danger from right-wing assassins and needed a security team to keep him safe.

The threat he faced while smoking on his roof? “Snipers,” a former co-worker recalled.

“He had more security than a Third World dictator,” one employee said, explaining that Brock’s bodyguards would rarely leave his side, even accompanying him to his home in an affluent Washington neighborhood each night where they “stood post” to protect him. “What movement leader has a detail?” asked someone who saw it.

Extensive interviews with a number of Brock’s current and former colleagues at Media Matters, as well as with leaders from across the spectrum of Democratic politics, reveal an organization roiled by its leader’s volatile and erratic behavior and struggles with mental illness, and an office where Brock’s executive assistant carried a handgun to public events in order to defend his boss from unseen threats.

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(JPost) — US aid to Egypt is guaranteed by the Camp David Accords, and stopping it would be a violation of that treaty, a high-ranking Muslim Brotherhood lawmaker said Sunday.

Essam El-Erian, who also serves as chairman of the Egyptian parliament’s foreign affairs committee, said that should aid from Washington be cut, the Brotherhood would consider changing the terms of Egypt’s 1979 peace treaty with Israel.

El-Erian told the London-based newspaper Al-Hayat the US needs to understand that “what was acceptable before the revolution is no longer,” and that should the aid provisions outlined in the treaty be modified, it could open the door to further changes in the agreement.

A Gallup poll released last week found 71 percent of Egyptians oppose US economic aid to their country, and a similar percentage oppose Washington sending direct aid to civil society groups. Last month the US administration announced it would speed up aid to Egypt as the country copes with mounting economic problems during the transition from president Hosni Mubarak’s three-decade term in power.

Congress has already approved $1.3 billion in military aid and $250 million in civilian aid for the current fiscal year. That assistance, however, is conditioned upon Egypt meeting all of its obligations under its peace treaty with Israel. That factor that may help explain the unpopularity of US aid — the treaty is widely unpopular in Egypt, and many see the conditions on US aid as an infringement on the country’s sovereignty.

(islamics! only them and liberals could come up with shit like this)


Remember that teacher in California that sexually abused kids by having them drink/eat his semen, etc?

The district fired him.

He sued.

They paid him off rather than taking him to court and fighting not only his outrageously deviant behavior but that of unions that defend scumbags like him.
The Los Angeles Unified School District paid Mark Berndt, the teacher at the center of the Miramonte Elementary child abuse scandal, $40,000 to drop the challenge to his dismissal last year.

The payout consisted of four months of back salary plus reimbursement for the cost of health benefits. Berndt was fired by the Board of Education in February 2011 after officials learned that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was investigating him for alleged lewd acts against students. He was arrested last week.

The firing took Berndt off the district payroll. But he fought to keep his job through an appeal process that lasted until he settled with the school system and resigned in June.

The settlement with Berndt came in the face of a dilemma, said L.A. Unified general counsel David Holmquist. A hearing on the dismissal was pending and the district didn’t have evidence to justify the firing because the Sheriff’s Department investigation was ongoing.

“We were told we could not do any investigation” to avoid interfering with a law enforcement probe, said Holmquist. “We didn’t have any evidence, and we couldn’t put on any witnesses. We didn’t have anything to successfully defend a challenge.”

Berndt was charged last week with 23 counts of lewd conduct against children; another teacher, Martin Springer, was charged this week with three counts of lewd conduct. Berndt is alleged to have taken photographs of blindfolded children being spoon-fed his semen. Springer is accused of fondling a girl in his class. The Berndt and Springer cases are believed to be unrelated.

(again, unions should be stopped!)


The election-year budget battle ramped up Sunday, with both sides trading barbs over the honesty and effectiveness of President Obama’s budget plan for 2013.

White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew blanketed the Sunday talk shows to trumpet the president’s plan as striking the proper balance between short-term stimulus and long-term deficit reduction. Republican leaders responded immediately with a very different assessment, hammering the proposal as just another product of a “tax-and-spend” administration lacking fiscal discipline.

The bill itself is largely symbolic, as Congress almost always dismisses the White House budget in favor of its own spending plans. Still, such sweeping proposals are a good summary of a party’s legislative priorities, and the budget is sure to play a major role on the campaign trail this year.

Both sides think they have the upper hand in the coming debate, with Republicans hoping their focus on spending cuts resounds as loudly this year as it did in 2010, and Democrats banking that voters are more concerned with jobs and the preservation of government programs.

The White House is scheduled to issue their budget wish-list Monday morning, while House Republicans are expected to release their counter-proposal in late March.

Against that backdrop, Lew, Obama’s former budget director, made the rounds Sunday to rally support for a budget he said will “build an economy that will last in the future.” [snip - Yeah, as if a zero growth economy is something to praise and wish for in the future.] “It’ll make sure we have a manufacturing base; [snip - More stimulus for his union buddies] it’ll make sure we have Americans with the skills we need for the future [snip - which means more meddling with college loans tied to what classes a student is allowed to take] and we’ll make sure we have an energy program that gives us independence,” [snip - independence from our money because we are wasting it on foolish industries that bankrupt companies even when given our taxpayer money to play with] Lew told Fox News Sunday.

Consistent with Obama’s election-year theme of “fairness,” [snip - I abhor that overused childish word.  From now on when someone tells me something isn’t fair, I will reply, “Yes, it is not fair. That’s where you go to ride the tilt-o-wheel, not live in reality.”] Lew emphasized that the plan asks for sacrifices from everyone, [snip - except for Obama and his buddies] even the wealthiest Americans. [snip - Oh, don’t even suggest that Obama and his buddies are included in the ‘wealthy’ status.]

“Everybody has a fair shot, pays a fair share and plays by the same rules,” he said. [snip - But rules are not meant for them.]

Republicans wasted no time pushing back, with the office of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), chairman of the Budget Committee, accusing Lew of “failing … to articulate how their upcoming budget would lift the crushing burden of debt and tackle our nation’s most pressing challenges.”

“Instead, Lew confirmed reports of familiar ‘stimulus’ spending initiatives, recycled tax increases, and exploiting tired budget gimmicks,” Ryan’s office said.

Read the article here.

PDF of Obama’s 2013 Budget


Think twice before you join an HOA

Obama’s free abortion pills

More Solyndra glass glass being scrapped for a loss


Ted Nugent overpowers liberal nut job Piers Morgan…

Ten Nugent on CNN speaks out against Obama’s gun control agenda


If a White History Month would be racist, then why is Black History Month OK? Why should Black Americans settle for a month of history when they are making history every day? Isn’t this just another form of segregation? Find out.



From Cafe Hayek

Here’s a letter to the New York Times:

You think it’s heartening and good that, as you report, “Michelle Obama is on the road, campaigning and telling Americans to eat their vegetables” (“Helpings of Energy and Cheer for the Trail,” Feb. 11).

I think it’s creepy and obnoxious.

Who the hell is she to tell – or even to advise – people outside of her own family what to eat?  Free and responsible men and women do not take seriously those who use their fame as a platform to issue advice about matters on which they know nothing – and politicians’ spouses (no less than politicians themselves, Hollywood entertainers, sports stars, and the like) have zero knowledge about each individual American’s tastes and preferences over a wide range of lifestyle options.  I’m downright repulsed by the media’s habit of mistaking a person’s celebrity for expertise, popularity for acumen, and visibility for enlightenment.

Donald J. Boudreaux
Professor of Economics
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA  22030


The very architect of Obama-Care is now saying we can expect health care premiums to skyrocket.