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Mom Arrested for Not Signing in When She Went to Console Her Autistic Son at School

Dave:

This is sad, insane, wrong, and even evil. We should know what is going on in our schools.

Originally posted on :

Rant ahead.

I guess justice is…served?

Missouri mother Niakea Williams received a phone call from her autistic son’s elementary school, a school that knew her well, to inform her that her child was emotionally distressed and panicking. Like any mother in this situation who cares about her kid, Williams rushed over there right away and the school buzzed her in.

Unfortunately though, Williams rushed in so fast, she forgot to sign the visitor’s book at the front office (even though, again, the school invited her and knew she was coming and why). She opted instead to immediately go to her son’s classroom and console the boy straight away.

Due to this egregious error on Williams part of putting her kid first, you know, in the day and age when ‘Merica is an all-out police state and schools across the nation are now suspending young children who make a gun shape…

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Mom Arrested for Not Signing in When She Went to Console Her Autistic Son at School

Dave:

This is sad, insane, wrong, and even evil. We should know what is going on in our schools.

Originally posted on :

Rant ahead.

I guess justice is…served?

Missouri mother Niakea Williams received a phone call from her autistic son’s elementary school, a school that knew her well, to inform her that her child was emotionally distressed and panicking. Like any mother in this situation who cares about her kid, Williams rushed over there right away and the school buzzed her in.

Unfortunately though, Williams rushed in so fast, she forgot to sign the visitor’s book at the front office (even though, again, the school invited her and knew she was coming and why). She opted instead to immediately go to her son’s classroom and console the boy straight away.

Due to this egregious error on Williams part of putting her kid first, you know, in the day and age when ‘Merica is an all-out police state and schools across the nation are now suspending young children who make a gun shape…

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Betrayal

Originally posted on HarsH ReaLiTy:

The children’s story about the Gingerbread Man is a classic illustration of betrayal.  For decades, children have listened and read in great suspense as the Gingerbread Man sped away from his pursuers.  They have shouted and moaned and cried their great frustration at the ignorance of the Gingerbread Man in accepting assistance from the fox or wolf, depending on the version you read.  Yet they read on, knowing instinctively what the outcome will be, and hoping somehow to find out that their premonitions were wrong.

There are a couple of examples in our society today of betrayal that remind me of the Gingerbread Man.  You are probably familiar with them.

The first, and the most discussed one right now, is the situation in Ukraine.  In Ukraine we have a classic example of the one who got away.  In 1991, they broke free from the Soviet Union.  It took a couple…

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I am afraid of this indisputable pro-choice argument

Dave:

Debunking one of the main arguements of the pro death/ pro abortion movement.

Originally posted on The Matt Walsh Blog:

I took the bait.

I couldn’t help but open an email with the subject line: “You’re afraid of this pro-choice argument”

Afraid? I’m afraid of a lot of things. Actually, five things: spiders, asteroids, ghosts, head lice, and malaria. But arguments? Especially pro-abortion arguments? Definitely not on the list.

I might be frustrated by them; annoyed, angered, even disturbed, but afraid? I don’t think so.

Here’s Rachel, trying to strike fear into my heart:

Dear Matt, ever since I first read your blog I knew you were a cowardly fake. It wasn’t until I started reading some of your anti-choice articles that my suspicions were truly confirmed. You spend a lot of time picking the low hanging fruit. You attack the weakest abortion rights arguments while ignoring the glaring weaknesses in your own position.

If you had the guts or the brains you’d try to respond to the most important…

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No He Can’t

Dave:

Tremendous thoughts. Very worth the time you will spend in reading.

Originally posted on :

By Anne Wortham

Fellow Americans,

Please know: I am black; I grew up in the segregated South. I did not vote for Barack Obama; I wrote in Ron Paul’s name as my choice for president. Most importantly, I am not race conscious. I do not require a black president to know that I am a person of worth, and that life is worth living. I do not require a black president to love the ideal of America.

I cannot join you in your celebration. I feel no elation. There is no smile on my face. I am not jumping with joy. There are no tears of triumph in my eyes. For such emotions and behavior to come from me, I would have to deny all that I know about the requirements of human flourishing and survival – all that I know about the history of the United States of America…

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Apathy

Dave:

A guest post I was allowed to write for Opinionated Man.

Originally posted on HarsH ReaLiTy:

Did you know that you can boil a frog alive?  I haven’t personally done it, but I have read in many places that it can be done.  The trick is to put the frog in the water before you begin apply heat and to raise the temperature gradually.  Because the change is gradual, the frog will peacefully die as it is literally boiled.  If you were to take the same frog and throw it into a pot of boiling water, it would jump out immediately, and probably faster than it went in.

So many people are just like frogs.  Throw them suddenly into a difficult situation, and they will protest loudly and with fervor.  They will tell you how they are the most unfortunate, maligned, disrespected, disenfranchised, and generally discriminated against people in recorded history.

In contrast, if liberty and freedom are taken away in a gradual manner, most people…

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