Friday, July 22, 2016

B & W colorized




Trump. No greater love has man ever had for himself.


Great speech.  If political speeches could solve problems, life would have been so easy the last 100 years.  My fear is that he is going to win.  He will tell us later HOW he intends to deliver us from every evil.


If you are like me, it's time to elect the War Party (Trump).  Too long we have not killed a bunch of people.  Give me war or give me death.  War has solved nearly all our problems except where transgenders pee.  America needs to sacrifice more of our young people in foreign lands.  To show our humanity there is talk of replacing  on our money, "one nation under god" with "we will kill you next."  NOT


If you are like me, you thank your lucky stars that we have leadership in Texas that will solve a problem that even the founding fathers couldn't solve and has been lingering since the beginning of America, if not time.  Where in the hell will transgender people pee?  For hundreds of years we have been in fear that they might pee in the next stall.  Today's Republicans will finally solve something that has never been solved before.  Thank you!!!!!  Just a smidgen of how America will be great again with government getting out of our lives.


I know I'm just being silly but I didn't want to go out in public today.  I just don't feel pretty.  But I'm not concerned about my safety 'cause everyone in Texas is packing pistols.

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60 Incredible Colorized Photos 

from History





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Florida Therapist Sits On Ground With Hands Up While Trying To Calm Unarmed Autistic Man . . . Florida Police Shoot Therapist

by jonathanturley
shootingclipThere is a very disturbing videotape out today that left me stunned and frankly irate. While I have sometimes questioned the evidence of police abuse in some high-profile cases where there is a gun present or extenuating circumstances, I can see no such circumstances in the shooting of Charles Kinsey in North Miami. Kinsey is a dedicated caretaker at an assisted living facility who went outside to calm down a young autistic man. Neither was armed and, at the time of the shooting, Kinsey had his hands up as he tried to get the troubled young man to lay on his stomach. Police fired three rounds, hitting Kinsey.









Wrongly convicted man sworn in to the New York State Bar

Jul 20, 2016, 2:02 pm CDT



5th Circuit blocks Texas voter ID law as violation of the Voting Rights Act

Jul 21, 2016, 8:45 am CDT








Wrongly convicted man sworn in to the New York State Bar

Jul 20, 2016, 2:02 pm CDT












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Arpaio pleads for leniency from federal judge he disobeyed

Posted: Jul 21, 2016 12:23 AM CDTUpdated: Jul 21, 2016 12:23 AM CDT

File photo of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (Soruce: KPHO/KTVK)File photo of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (Soruce: KPHO/KTVK)
PHOENIX (KPHO/KTVK) -
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio could learn as soon as Friday whether he’ll be referred to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for criminal prosecution for contempt of court.
Arpaio and several of his top aides have admitted to violating a court order in a racial profiling case, but the sheriff has said he did not do it intentionally. Intent is a requirement for the crime of criminal contempt.
On Wednesday, a less defiant Arpaio filed a memorandum that lays out why Judge Murray Snow should not refer the case to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Among the points Arpaio made were:
  • The sheriff has a 55-year history of exemplary service;
  • MCSO has made significant efforts to comply with the court’s orders;
  • The sheriff’s public commentary about the court’s orders do not equal intentional defiance of those orders;
  • There are some aspects of MCSO’s conduct that the sheriff could not control.
The case at issue is Melendres v. Arpaio, which was brought against the sheriff and MCSO for alleged racial profiling during immigration patrols. At the end of the trial, Snow ruled that MCSO deputies illegally targeted Hispanic drivers.
Early on in the court process, Snow ordered Arpaio to stop his immigration patrols. But MCSO continued them for at least 18 months.
Snow already found Arpaio and his aides liable for civil contempt, which could carry a penalty of fines and additional oversight of MCSO. A criminal conviction could lead to a prison sentence.



Ashlee








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