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Dan Joseph explains how the protests in Ferguson are the same old song and dance that liberals have been performing since the 60’s.  It’s all politics as usual, not social change.

For a politician facing two felony counts, Texas Governor Rick Perry certainly looked cheerful in his mug shot.

On Tuesday, Aug. 19, he appeared at an Austin courthouse to answer charges of abuse of power and coercion.  After being booked and fingerprinted, he headed to a local burger joint for an ice cream cone and tweeted a photo.

It all started back in April, when a Texas district attorney named Rosemary Lehmberg was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Perry wanted her to resign from her post as head of the Public Integrity Unit and threatened to veto $7.5 million in funding to the office if she refused.  Lehmberg stayed put, and Perry made good on his promise.

Now, a legal battle has begun.

Katie Couric explains Rick Perry’s legal drama.

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Say what you want about the Palestinian people, but Hamas is a most definitely a terrorist organization.  The good news is that Israel and we are picking them off one by one.

ISIS/ISIL/IS = Hamas = Boko Haram = al-Qaeda = Hezbollah = Taliban

(Raw Story) A Republican official in Iowa urged Americans not to compare child migrants to their own children but to instead consider them dangerous threats.

Tamara Scott, a Republican National Committeewoman and state director of Concerned Women for America, made the comments Thursday on her weekly radio show, reported Right Wing Watch.

“When we see these kids, you and I think young kids, we think maybe 12-year-olds, maybe homeschoolers — excuse me, middle-schoolers,” Scott said.

“But we know back in our revolution, we had 12-year-olds fighting in our revolution, and for many of these kids, depending on where they’re coming from, they could be coming from other countries and be highly trained as warriors who will meet up with their group here and actually rise up against us as Americans,” she continued.

Scott, who is also a lobbyist for The Family Leader conservative group, said enticing children to cross the border into the U.S. violated biblical principles, because doing so encouraged them to break the law.

She didn’t specify any Bible verses that outlined those principles, but Leviticus 19:34 directly contradicts her assertion: “The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself.”

We’re being asked to believe that child refugees are secretly baby ninjas, because the “plague of Ebola" BS hasn’t been selling very well.

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This is alleged video footage of Michael Brown stealing an item and intimidating and assaulting a shop keeper.

Assuming this is Michael Brown, does this mean he deserved to die for this crime? No. That being said watching how he casually and even cruelly manhandles, bullies and intimidates the shop keeper makes me feel significantly less sympathy for him and his family.

I don’t know about you, but it’s difficult to feel sympathy for a violent criminal when they themselves are victimized.

One bully gunned down by another.

Nevertheless, if the Police officer acted inappropriately he should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Michael Brown didn’t deserve to die for these actions… but I don’t think he’s the martyr we’re looking for.

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I don't agree with it, but I'd love to hear your readings of In Defense of the Ferguson Riots and (to a lesser degree) Love Me, Ferguson, I’m a Liberal. Done by Jacobinmag, a commie publication.

Well, I could only find one article that fit that first description: In Defense of Rioting by Carl Gibson.  If this is not the correct article, please let me know, but this one reads bad enough to be the one you are speaking of.

The first sentence states, “The community of Ferguson, Missouri, has every right to take back their streets from the occupying military force also known as the Ferguson Police Department.

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As if these protests, riots, and looting had anything to do with an occupying military force.  This guy acts like the police were taking over the streets before the protest even happened.  The police came after the rioting and looting.  So, that first sentence destroyed any credibility the entire article had to say.

But the article gets worse.  It actually compares the protests in Ferguson to the fight for independence with England.

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The idiot author states, “The Boston Tea Party was, at its core, an act of willful destruction of corporate property."  Here’s the big difference you complete dumb ass…the Boston Tea Party was in response to taxation without representation, or more specifically the Tea Act, in which they destroyed the property of the East India Company; not local community businesses, private homes, and infrastructure.  The Boston Tea Party was in defiance of the King and Parliament in the name of freedom; while the Ferguson Protests are in defiance of…well, defiance of obeying the law.  Let’s face it, the Ferguson riots started because an angry ill-informed, outraged crowd demanded justice outside the rule of law.  The looters, vandals, and rioters were only there to be assholes and get free stuff.  If you believe otherwise you are living in a fantasy land.

But he continues, “When Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown six times, twice in the head, while the teen was on his knees with his hands in the air, he did it without orders from a superior, and without any knowledge of Brown’s alleged involvement in an incident at a nearby convenience store."  This is another speculative theory of the events that happened.  We don’t know the full story yet, because the investigation is still being conducted, but that doesn’t stop this author from just telling his version of the events as fact even though a dozen eyewitnesses have stated the contrary.

The moron goes on to bring up Amnesty International’s call of human rights violations, which is a complete sham.  As I pointed out before, Amnesty International is a pointless organization without any credibility that is just rabble rousing in Ferguson because they don’t have the balls to go over to Iraq, Syria, or Africa where people are actually being brutally murdered daily.

He also says that Ferguson is a prototype for martial law.  Give me a break.  He has no clue what martial law really is.  He also brings up how MLK could peacefully protest only because he wasn’t faced with a militarized police force.  What?  What does peacefully protesting have to do with any police force?  It doesn’t.  If you are peacefully protesting, than the police force will not bother you because you are not breaking the law.  The police presence is not there to stop the protests; it’s there to stop the law-breaking.

But the crux of his asinine article is the following statement, which sums up the entire point of these protests to begin with IMHO: “If police are so concerned about stopping looters, all they need to do is charge Darren Wilson with homicide in the killing of Mike Brown, track him down from wherever he’s hiding, and show Mike Brown’s family and the Ferguson community that justice will be served in the event of an unjustified killing.

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Street justice.  Pure and simple.  That’s all these buffoons are advocating for.  They believe that officer Darren Wilson is guilty until proven innocent.  Sorry, that’s not how it works in America.

There’s actually a great moment in history where Wyatt Earp stood off a mob in Tombstone, Arizona that wanted to hang a card player named Michael “Tommy Behind the Deuce” O’Rourke for shooting a chief engineer of a mining company after he pulled a knife on Michael while losing a card game.  Needless to say, the mob in town wanted street justice, but Wyatt Earp believed in the rule of law and the right to a fair trial.  This legendary moment was illustrated well in Kevin Costner’s movie Wyatt Earp.

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If the Ferguson police were to kowtow to the protesters demands, they’d be denying officer Darren Wilson his due process under the law.  That’s it in a nutshell.  If you want justice, then you’re going to have to wait for it.

This author, Carl Gibson, is your typical ill-educated, ill-rational Occupy Wall Street street goon.  His words should fall on deaf ears but I’m afraid too many small-minded individuals are actually listening.

I also read Douglas Williams article Love Me Ferguson, I’m a Liberal.  After numerous eye-rolls, I’ve summed it up to this: would-be communist and socialist agitators show up to these protests and rallies because it’s their way spreading the poison of pseudo-revolution.  The want chaos and revolt because they actually believe they’ll spark some kind of movement amongst the chaos.  They’re all despicable vermin.

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White conservatives are constantly complaining about their constitutional rights being threatened, but I haven’t heard any conservative politician speak out against the Ferguson police force violating protesters’ 1st amendment right to peacefully protest. I guess the 1st amendment only applies to white people.

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The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.

- Bob Marley

Greatness lies, not in being strong, but in the right using of strength; and strength is not used rightly when it serves only to carry a man above his fellows for his own solitary glory. He is the greatest whose strength carries up the most hearts by the attraction of his own.

- Henry Ward Beecher

Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. - John 15;13

 And what he might say with irony I say with conviction. “What a piece of work is man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculty. In form, in moving, how express and admirable. In action, how like an angel. In apprehension, how like a god…” - Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Thank you…

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It’s been said before and I will continue to say it…the green movement is the new red movement.  Meaning, the environmentalists of today are the communists of yesterday.  They seek to enforce their beliefs against capitalism and freedom by using environmentalism  as a backdoor scapegoat to enforce policies that directly regulate or negatively affect businesses.  Their secret weapon is the Environmental Protection Agency which is a giant all-powerful bureaucracy that has the ability to enforce rules and regulations instead of using laws to attack businesses.

The EPA needs to take a permanent dirt nap soon before it wrecks the entire economy.

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