Second night of rowdy protests over fatal police shooting of teen Antwon Rose. Jr. in East Pittsburgh

Second night of rowdy protests over fatal police shooting of teen Antwon Rose. Jr. in East Pittsburgh

Some of these Rogue cops will never learn. It sounds to me like the kid was shot in the back when was running away, posed no threat to the cop and was shot on justifiably.

In cases like this, if what is printed is accurate, the cop was absolutely wrong and should be penalized to the fullest extent of the law.

When are they ever going to learn??? How sad

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Police: Man kills lawyer, self, hours after divorce is final

Police: Man kills lawyer, self, hours after divorce is final

We can bet that the ambulance chaser never counted on a settlement so severe.

Seems like nowadays we have to be very careful on the occupations we choose

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Get to the root of the problem folks

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Get to the root of the problem folks

Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, a San Diego Democrat, introduced the new measure concerning police’s use of force.


IT would be very interesting to see how the critics would react if they were standing face to face with a crazed killer with a pistol in their hand waiting to blow their head off.

They have no idea on what stress and strain levels some cops are chasing or confronting a criminal with a weapon.  The Adrenalin is running high and some very quick, life and death decisions have to be made in a microsecond.

Weber wants to introduce new legislation on how the cops should interpret the use of deadly force.  I think in addition, people like Weber should go on a traveling crusade  around the country trying to EDUCATE the criminals and potentially future criminal on how not to break the law.

This is a very critical issue that many of the FOLKS are forgetting. If there is NO infraction of the law committed, there is no necessity for police intervention. No police intervention, no unnecessary beating or shooting.

The entire concept should not only be to re-interrupt what fear level every person has, everyone has a different boiling point.  It should be focused 1st on crime prevention and 2nd on rouge cops that should never have been given a gun or a badge. No police intervention, no unnecessary beating or shooting.

Then we have people like Sen. Steven Bradford come up with observations that are only  partially right:


“It always blows me away when law enforcement only fear for their life only when they’re facing black and brown people, “We don’t have a problem with law enforcement, we’ve got a problem with racism.”

Is it possible that a pattern has been set that black people commits a large percentage of the crimes? It is only natural that cops are tuned into that fact ??


It’s important to note that black men commit nearly half of all murders in this country, which is astounding when you take into consideration the fact that they only make up 12-13 per cent of the population.

Overly zealous/out of control cops are only a part of the problem in the black community. Again; if there is NO infraction of the law committed, there is no necessity for police intervention. No police intervention, no unnecessary beatings or shootings.

Any problem that we face in life will never be corrected of we do not get to the root.  The root of the problem in the black community is poverty, lack of parental supervision and role-models, which in some incidents perpetuates crime. No crime, no cops.

Are the COWBOYS COPS a big factor in race relations?? Absolutely yes and should be addressed with intensity. Any cop that goes over the line should be held accountable and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. BUTT if there are NO infractions of the law committed, there is no necessity for police intervention. No police intervention, no unnecessary beating or shooting.

I would like to see people like Weber and Bradford make a valid effort to get to the root of the problem in their community. If and when (it never will happen) that is resolved, then they have  a legitimate argument.

ALWAYS keep in mind, the key to producing law-abiding citizens in any race is EDUCATION that should be begin at birth.


The most important thing we can do for future is to make sure they have an

noun: education; noun: an education
  1. 1.
    the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university.
    “a new system of public education”
    synonyms: teaching, schooling, tuition, tutoring, instruction, coaching, training, tutelage, guidance;

    indoctrination, inculcation, enlightenment;
    “the education of young children”
    • the theory and practice of teaching.
      “colleges of education”
    • a body of knowledge acquired while being educated.
      plural noun: educations
      “his education is encyclopedic and eclectic”
      synonyms: learning, knowledge, literacy, scholarship, enlightenment

      “a woman of some education”
    • information about or training in a particular field or subject.
      “health education”
  2. 2.
    an enlightening experience.
    “a day with those kids was an education in patience and forbearance”
    If our society would have focuses on crime prevention through EDUCATION years back, we would not be knee-deep in alligators.
    A small example of improper education of the lack, is where the universities are LOWER the standards for lower-income students so they can pass the test.  The powers to be do not realize the harm and the ill-fated path they are laying for future generations.

    University Lowers Entry Grades For Students From Poorer Families


    Dec 15, 2016 – University Lowers Entry Grades For Students From Poorer Families … schools will receive offers two grades lower than the standard offer. … members, coming from a low-income household or being the first in their family to go …

Instead of raising the bar of achievement, some of the colleges and universities are lowering it. What an insult to the kids.



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Familiarity breed contempt


 French President Emmanuel Macron reprimanded a teenager who called him “Manu” on Monday, telling him to “call me Mr. President.”


We know things have gotten out of hand in the respect department when a very liberal French President gets insulted by one of the citizens.

“Respect, that’s the minimum in the [French] Republic — especially on June 18, especially in the presence of companions of the Liberation. But that doesn’t prevent us from having a civil conversation – watch till the end,” Macron tweeted in French.


“Manu” is a common nickname for Emmanuel in French.

During the event at a World War II memorial in France, an unnamed junior high school student casually addressed his county’s president, “How’s it going, Manu?”

“Call me Mr. President of the republic or monsieur (sir),” Macron responded in French, after saying “no, you can’t do that, no, no, no.”

There are NOT many people left that are older than I am, BUTT on rare occasions I will run into someone in their 90’s that I knew as a kid.  To this day, I will still refer to them as Mr. Or Mrs. WHY you axe??? Because that is what I was taught by my parents.

Respect in this country, and for that matter around the world is an all BUTT a dead issue. Who do I blame for this lack of old-time values?? Naturally the parents. People like Suzie and Brad have not taught their brats what the word respect means.  Many of these PC-Pathetic parents take no offense if their brats address them by their first name. I think it is hilarious and a huge lack of RESPECT.

The word RESPECT has so many tentacles in so many different directions it is amazing.

noun: respect
  1. 1.
    a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
    “the director had a lot of respect for Douglas as an actor”
    synonyms: esteem, regard, high opinion, admiration, reverence, deference, honor

    “the respect due to a great artist”
    antonyms: contempt
    • the state of being admired or respected.
      “his first chance in over fifteen years to regain respect in the business”
    • due regard for the feelings, wishes, rights, or traditions of others.
      plural noun: respects
      respect for human rights”
      synonyms: due regard, politeness, courtesy, civility, deference

      “he spoke to her with respect”
      antonyms: disrespect
    • a person’s polite greetings.
      plural noun: respects
      “give my respects to your parents”
  2. 2.
    a particular aspect, point, or detail.
    “the government’s record in this respect is a mixed one”
    synonyms: aspect, regard, facet, feature, way, sense, particular, point, detail

    “the report was accurate in every respect”
verb: respect; 3rd person present: respects; past tense: respected; past participle: respected; gerund or present participle: respecting
  1. 1.
    admire (someone or something) deeply, as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
    “she was respected by everyone she worked with”
    synonyms: esteem, admire, think highly of, have a high opinion of, hold in high regard, hold in (high) esteem, look up to, revere, reverence, honor

    “she is highly respected in the book industry”
    antonyms: despise
    • have due regard for the feelings, wishes, rights, or traditions of.
      “I respected his views”
      synonyms: show consideration for, have regard for, observe, be mindful of, be heedful of;

      formaltake cognizance of
      “they respected our privacy”
      antonyms: scorn
    • avoid harming or interfering with.
      “it is incumbent upon all boaters to respect the environment”
    • agree to recognize and abide by (a legal requirement).
      “he urged all foreign nationals to respect the laws of their country of residence”
      synonyms: abide by, comply with, follow, adhere to, conform to, act in accordance with, defer to, obey, observe, keep, keep to

      “her father respected her wishes”
      antonyms: disregard, disobey

Years ago Google had a contest for people to write an essay on how to achieve world peace. I entered the contest and used only one word; RESPECT.

If I respect someone, no matter who they are, where they came from, what race or religion they are, how rich or poor they are, who their Daddy is and they give me the same in return, it would be a very peaceful world. BUTT that is not the way the world turns.

Mostly everyone wants to be the winner and does not respect the other persons opinions. It does not mean that we do not respect the person if we disagree with them, it is how we come across that matters.  If we disagree RESPECTFULLY, we can disagree with anything and still be RESPECTFUL. Many times it is not what we say something, BUTT how we say it.

We don’t have to like a person to respect them or their ideologies, and the same goes for them.  That applies to EVERYONE in the world no matter what their status is.  People respecting each-other would eliminate bullying – wars –  unnecessary arguments – terrorism and multitude of other disagreeable/unpleasant issues.

BUTT if the parents who are supposed to be the beacon of life are ignorant of the facts, how do we think Johnnie and Jackie are going to grow up.  We are all products of our environments. Monkey see, monkey do!!

It is very sad to say that a good majority of the OLD SCHOOL values are long gone and will never return.

As an example: Is it a sacrilege if some snot-nosed kid calls an older person by their first name?? No, BUTT it shows a lack of RESPECT and up-bringing.

Listen to Aretha the Queen of Soul and pay attention. Maybe your kids can learn a good lesson from you.

Familiarity breeds contempt – phrase of familiarity

  1. 1.
    extensive knowledge of or close association with someone or something leads to a loss of respect for them or it.

Respectfully submitted:




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The enemy from with-in

FBI agent Peter Strzok ‘escorted’ from FBI building, lawyer confirms

Peter Strzok, the FBI agent under fire over a series of anti-Trump text messages, was “escorted” from the FBI building, his lawyer confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday.

Naturally, his ambulance chaser had this to say:

Strzok’s lawyer, Aitan Goelman, argued that even though his client has “played by the rules,” he has been targeted by “unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks.”

“All of this seriously calls into question the impartiality of the disciplinary process, which now appears tainted by political influence”.

Personally I think PDT has been entirely too easy on the assassins that are trying to take him out; the enemies from with-in, the far-left media and the enemies with microphones in their hands.

Many of the infractions thrown/directed at PDT are either border line criminal or are criminal offenses.  As of this date, I have yet to see anyone going to the gallows.

Leakers are committing treason by being disloyal to the president and some of the most violently vocal fools like the hog Madonna that wants to burn down the Casa Blanche have made some very serious threats against PDT and his family.

Even IF that ILL-NAMED fool did not commit the act herself, she may have planted the seed in some wack-job fans head that will make an attempt to strike a match.

The act of violence against the president of the USA does not have to be carried out/executed  in order for it to be a criminal offense, the intention is just as severe.

Threatening the President of the United States – Wikipedia

Threatening the President of the United States is a felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871. It consists of knowingly and willfully mailing or otherwise making “any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States”.

Definition of treason

noun: treason; noun: high treason; plural noun: high treasons
  1. the crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.
    “they were convicted of treason”
    synonyms: treachery, disloyalty, betrayal, faithlessness; More

    sedition, subversion, mutiny, rebellion;
    high treason, lèse-majesté;
    “the treason of Benedict Arnold will be recounted for centuries”
    antonyms: allegiance, loyalty
    • the action of betraying someone or something.
      plural noun: treasons
      “doubt is the ultimate treason against faith”
      synonyms: treachery, disloyalty, betrayal, faithlessness;

      sedition, subversion, mutiny, rebellion;
      high treason, lèse-majesté;
      “the treason of Benedict Arnold will be recounted for centuries”

Yet, with all that has transpired SO FAR, PDT keeps turning the other cheek.  I would think by this time, those chubby cheeks of his are getting pretty raw. It is about time he starts slapping back legally.


Start making examples of the treasonous leakers and the enemies from with-in by cooling their asses of in the slams for about 10 years.

I don’t know how THE MAN takes all of this abuse and keeps a level head?? He is getting nailed from all sides, even his own party members. So much for loyalty!!!


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From Fox News – Man serving as pallbearer crushed to death by mother’s falling coffin

Man serving as pallbearer crushed to death by mother’s falling coffin

I would have to conclude the bad luck runs in that family.

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