Police arrested the mother who hired two strippers for her son's 16th birthday party. Judy H. Viger was charged with five counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Endangering the welfare of a child is a misdemeanor that can carry a prison sentence up to one year. According to the law, endangerment occurs when a person "knowingly acts in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of a child less than 17 years old.
I'm as tired of arguing Romans 13 with Christians as the next liberty lover, but this pastor makes some awesome points (the YouTube linked is cued to the best part). Watching from the cue for about 10 minutes is recommended. It starts with some great points about Romans 13 and moves into reconciling the Christian love of government with personal freedom (a freedom that even "God" itself recognizes.Read more »
Cops break into a man's home looking for drugs and hold him hostage, traumatizing the residents, causing significant property damage, and refuse to pay for it.Read more »
Cops felt it necassary to drag a 77 year old lady from her car because she didnt hand over her id and insurance card.Read more »
Back in the good old days, 1917 to be exact. America was the land of the free, especially out West, where government was light and people lived on a voluntary basis. When workers got fed up with poor conditions and lousy pay for dangerous work, they would strike. The bosses would be forced to listen, or maybe they'd just hire new workers. The Bisbee Deportation was just an aberration and not a sign of the times. Right?Read more »
Occupy Wall Street loses the power generators. Read more here:Read more »
Mike Huckabee speaks at the "Rediscover God in America" Conference in Iowa and says that America would be better off it everyone were forced, at gunpoint, to listen to David Barton.Read more »
Senator in S. Dakota wants to pass a bill to make it legal to commit violence against anyone who commits and act against and unborn fetus.Read more »
Pentagon officials want troops to know that the change from Operation Iraqi Freedom to Operation New Dawn will not affect combat and other hazardous duty entitlements they receive.Read more »
Since the Civil War, the US military has only had 11 years where troops were not engaged in combat: 1935-1936, 1938-1940, and 1974-1979.Read more »
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