Police Priorities

“A driver who flipped the bird at a traffic camera is about to be a jailbird. A court in England has sentenced Timothy Hill, 67, to eight months in prison after he was caught using an illegal laser jammer to avoid speeding tickets.” OK, Timothy Hill is an idiot. And probably not a very nice …

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Aflie Evans, Alder Hey Hospital, and Socialised Medicine

“Britain’s Court of Appeal on Wednesday rejected a new bid by the parents of terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans to take him to Italy and continue his life support against the wishes of his doctors and judges. Doctors say the 23-month-old boy suffers from a degenerative neurological condition that has left him in a “semi-vegetative …

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American River

American River, South Australia: there is something wonderful about living in a community where the most exciting thing that happens all week, the front page news story, is ten people wanting to save an old tree. We have a lot to be thankful for. And then there is that great little American River Post Office …

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Gaza Could Be A Paradise

If Hamas would spend money on infrastructure instead of destruction, and if Hamas wanted to live in peace with its neighbours, Gaza could be a paradise. As long as hating Jews is more important to Hamas than building a stable nation, Gaza will be a sad, failed, non state.

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Who’s a Good Boy Then?

Max. Max is a good boy. Seventeen old blue heeler Max, deaf and partially blind, stayed through the night with lost three year old Aurora, then lead searchers to her in the morning. Queensland police have named Max an honorary police dog. Good boy!

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Greenland Melting? Nope.

Greenland is melting, right? Sea levels are rising. Global warming is a disaster. It is all our fault. No, no, no, and no.   Visit these two websites for more information: Watts Up With That NoTricksZone  

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News and Not News

From Andrew Klavan: “This is a country of 325-million people. If two guys getting tossed out of a coffee shop is news, then things in Donald Trump’s America must be going pretty damned well. … Two black men walk into a Starbucks in Philadelphia — Starbucks, a leftist company that is unlikely to encourage old-fashioned …

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National Australia Bank – Leaders in Banking Malpractice

The Australian Royal Commission into banking malpractice is considering submissions now, so it seems an appropriate time to link back to my story from 2012 about our own very special experience with the NAB (National Australia Bank). “In 2007 Kathy and I needed to buy a new home. We had banked with the National Australia …

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Blacks, Whites, Murders and Lynchings

Twice as many black men and women are killed by other blacks every year in the US than were killed by lynching in every year combined since the end of the Civil War. Forty times as many black babies are destroyed by abortion every year as black lives were lost to lynching. Blacks make up …

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Threatening People on Facebook is Fine

Reporting being threatened, on the other hand, is not acceptable. Black conservative women Diamond and Silk were recently banned from Facebook because their support for President Trump made them a danger to the community. Yes, really. Even though they are polite, funny, clever as heck, and have never threatened anyone. But when Jamie Glaznov, editor …

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China to Complete the World’s Longest Sea Bridge this Year

What an astonishing achievement this is. China will soon complete the world’s longest sea bridge. A fifty-five kilometre sea bridge, and a six and a half kilometre under-sea tunnel. “The engineering challenges have been immense. The soft — and in some places deep — seabed meant engineers had to drive more than 100 huge steel …

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Bitcoin Trading Scam

There is a never-ending parade of new share and currency trading scams. Bitcoin scams are the latest; they won’t be the last. Geoffrey Luck tells the story of a friend who was convinced by a tale that (as usual) involved some well-known people and trade names to give the con-men added credibility. It is easy …

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Syria: A Christian Response

Part of a long and thoughtful article by Sohrab Ahmari, writing at Commentary Magazine. ” … the troubling outcome of the Iraq project doesn’t automatically vindicate the reflexive Christian opposition to today’s escalation in Syria. Christian supporters and critics of Trump’s move must apply public moral reasoning informed by the faith’s rich tradition of thinking about …

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Syria: Sending a Message

How to send a message that use of chemical weapons crosses a red line, as then President Obama insisted (and then, appallingly, failed to act), without involving the US in another pointless ground war on the other side of the world? This article by Thomas Lifson on American Thinker makes the case that President Trump …

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