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What is happening in Colorado is basically a "CHRISTIAN terrorist attack" But no one in the media

would DARE call this s terrorist attack.

I am just finding out about this and I hope for the best for all involved but we need to call this what it is.

A racist fruit basket....


Interesting video on Susan G Koman foundation

So which story upset you more?

Came across 3 stories about cops doing their "job" on Rawstory.

Video shows California cops punching unarmed woman in brutal arrest — for a seatbelt violation


A woman in Carlsbad, California is suing police after an officer punched her in the face while arresting her over an alleged seatbelt violation.

The New York Daily News reported on a police brutality suit brought by 40-year-old Cindy Hahn, who was arrested and beaten in 2013 as her two children, ages 7 and 11, watched.

According to Hahn’s complaint, on July 31, 2013, she and her children were leaving a birthday party when they came upon a vehicle which was unoccupied with its alarm blaring.

Police cruisers with their lights flashing surrounded the vehicle, but officers were allowing the alarm to blare. When Hahn — whose father is a police officer — asked an officer on duty why police weren’t shutting off the car alarm, the officer — identified in court documents as Officer Kenyatte Valentine — reportedly told her to mind her “own fucking business.”


Oklahoma cop facing felony charges after savagely beating unarmed suspect with butt of shotgun


An Oklahoma cop has been charged with felony assault after beating a suspect with the butt of a shotgun while other officers held him down, Tulsa World is reporting.

Owasso Police Lt. Michael Dwain Denton, 49, has been suspended and faces assault and battery with a deadly weapon and reckless conduct with a firearm following a high speed car chase on June 14, caught on a police cruiser dash cam.


WATCH: Road-raging motorcyclist points gun at car — and Georgia cops let him go


n angry motorcyclist who threatened another driver with a gun on a Georgia highway Sunday was allowed by the police to go free.

According to Atlanta’s CBS Channel 46, a former police officer who filmed what appeared to be a clear case of road rage now wants to know why the gun-waving man wasn’t charged.

Tenn. county to consider resolution begging God to spare them ‘His coming wrath’ over same-sex marri


On Monday, the Blount County Board of Commissioners will consider a resolution asking God to spare their region from “His coming wrath” because the “lawless judiciary” of the U.S. is forcing them recognize same-sex marriages.

The proposal has been put forth by Commissioner Karen Miller and is listed on the docket as “Resolution condemning judicial tyranny and petitioning God’s mercy. (Resolution 15-10-006)”

The resolution begins: “Whereas, the Governor, Attorney General, and ALL WE Blount County Legislators have sworn an oath consistent with the moral Law of God (“So Help Me God”) to uphold the Constitution of Tennessee and the Constitution of the United States; and Whereas, the fulfillment of this oath, in the American tradition, may not be read to contradict the written Constitution, Justice, Reason and higher Natural Law…” before turning to Commissioner Miller’s grievances.

Kim Davis Decides She's Actually A Republican


WASHINGTON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - A county clerk in Kentucky who was briefly jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples said on Friday that she and her family have switched to the Republican Party because the Democrats no longer represented them.

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, 50, who has said her beliefs as an Apostolic Christian prevent her from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, said they had changed parties last week. She was a long-time Democrat in eastern Kentucky.

"My husband and I had talked about it for quite a while and we came to the conclusion that the Democratic Party left us a long time ago, so why were we hanging on?" she told Reuters in an interview at a hotel in Washington, where she has traveled to be feted at a Family Research Council event later on Friday.

She just now figure that out.......

Irving police chief admits: Cops knew Ahmed Mohamed didn’t have a bomb when they arrested him


Irving Police Chief Larry Boyd refused to say on Thursday that his officers erred in arresting 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed on Monday even though they allegedly knew he did not bring a bomb to his high school.

MSNBC host Chris Hayes gave Boyd the opportunity to admit to a mistake, while conceding that people understood that officers need to be on high alert regarding possible attacks against a school.

However, Hayes said, “I think it’s hard for folks watching this from the outside, seeing this all link up, seeing this kid — who seems like a tremendously poised, bright, genuine kid — be put through this. To not hear from anyone in officialdom down there that ‘Yeah, we didn’t get this one right.'”

“The officers made the decision they did with the information they had with what they thought was right at the time,” Boyd responded. “We are clearly going to review this. We want to always look at ways we can enhance and have a better outcome. There’s a lot of decision points, there’s a lot of alternatives that they have available to them.”

No words can express my anger, shame and sadness at this.

BUSTED: Lawyer says Kim Davis defied judge’s order and removed her name from marriage license forms


Rowan County, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis may have compromised marriage licenses for same-sex couples in defiance of a federal judge’s order, the Associated Press reported on Friday.

An attorney for deputy clerk Brian Mason said that Davis “confiscated” the county’s original forms for married couples and replaced them with new forms that deleted her name. The new form also lacks a place for Mason to sign his own name.

“Mr. Mason is concerned because he is in a difficult position that he continues to issue the licenses per the court’s order, which had some remote questionable validity,” the attorney, Richard Hughes wrote in a petition to the court. “But now with these changes may in fact have some substantial questions about validity.”

Attorneys for Davis have argued that by omitting her name on the new form and saying they were issued under the authority of federal District Judge David Bunning, her office could continue to serve same-sex couples while maintaining a “clear conscience” for her.

I hope her ass is in jail by next Monday afternoon.

City To Allow Only Prayers


Knowing that the Supreme Court currently has a conservative slant, those who would turn America into a Christian theocracy have consistently been pressing their luck to see what they can get away with. In 2014, they were able to get five Supreme Court Justices to ignore the separation of church and state by allowing prayer before government meetings, and one city is now pushing even further to allow only Christian prayer.

Separation of Church and State Void in Coolidge AZ

There are seven individuals on the city council of Coolidge, AZ. On Sept. 14, with one of these members absent, the council voted 4-2 to change a resolution that would allow prayer before their council meetings. They didn't change this resolution to restrict prayer and uphold the First Amendment, though. Instead, they voted to allow prayers from only those of the Christian faith.

This is getting unreal!

Kim Davis inspires NC mayoral candidate to jail gays: ‘What’s wrong with eradicating homosexuals?’


A mayoral candidate in a small Charlotte suburb wants to “eradicate” homosexuality and throw LGBT people in jail, the Kings Mountain Herald reports.

Eugene Holmes, who is running for mayor of Kings Mountain, says he doesn’t want to be mayor, but he’s running because of his anti-gay views. He views Kentucky clerk Kim Davis as something of a role model.

“In my administration I would do just like Mrs. Davis did in Kentucky,” Holmes said. “If you elect me, I’ll uphold the law of the state of North Carolina. I would get the D.A. to swear out a warrant on any man who says he’s gay. Sodomy is a crime, a felony in the state of North Carolina.”

Holmes said he’s a member of the Church of God and also the Promise Keepers, a men’s religious organization.

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