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December 23, 2013

Declassified documents prove them.

We all know the conspiracy theories - the government's plan for 9/11, the second gunman who shot JFK, the evolution of the elite from a race of blood-drinking, shape-shifting lizards. But the people who spread these ideas usually can't prove them. As the years pass, however, secrets surface. Government documents become declassified. We now have evidence of certain elaborate government schemes right here in the U.S. of A.


November 29, 2013

A high school student suffered a brain injury and remains in a medically-induced coma after a Texas sheriff's deputy tasered him without cause following a skirmish in a school hallway, the boy's mother claims in court.

Maria Acosta has sued Bastrop County, its school district and Randy McMillan, a Bastrop County sheriff's officer and school resource officer, according to Courthouse News. Noe Nino de Rivera, Acosta's son, suffered a "severe brain hemorrhage" when McMillan Tasered him after the boy, known as N.N., had intervened to halt a fight between two females at Cedar Creek High School on Wednesday, November 20, Acosta claims in a federal lawsuit. "I'm called to the school and they say you have to get to the hospital," Acosta told KXAN last week. "(They said) your son is alive. I say, 'what do you mean he's alive?'"

November 12, 2013

A Tennessee man was arrested yesterday for trying to pick his special needs kids up from school. The school wanted the parents to sign a form to allow their children to walk home "unsupervised."

Naturally these parents questioned the safety of this new policy. They went to school and called the Sheriff's department to voice their concern over the new policy, when one of the officers begins his power trip. At one point the father cites the law that allows for him to pick up his children when school is out. The officer then has the audacity to tell the father, "Yes, school is out you can pick up your child, but it doesn't say when, now, does it?" I'll be damned if some bureaucrat on a power trip is going to tell me when I can and cannot have access to my children.

November 9, 2013

There is now a THIRD victim of sexual molestation at hands of New Mexico authorities.

A dog alerted to the woman, and Schaur Ives said federal agents stripped searched her at the facility, asked her to undress, to spread her genitalia and to cough. Female agents also allegedly pressed their fingers into her vagina looking for drugs. The woman claims they didn't discover anything during the on-site strip search, so they took her to University Medical Center of El Paso. "First, medical staff observed her making a bowl movement and no drugs were found at that point," Schaur Ives said. "They then took an X-ray, but it did not reveal any contraband. They then did a cavity search and they probed her vagina and her anus, they described in the medical records as bi-manual-two handed. Finally, they did a cat scan. Again, they found nothing."

November 9, 2013

Two college roommates thought they could have a firearm when living off-campus. Little did they know their apartment was owned by the University.

Roommates Erik Fagan and Dan McIntosh, both seniors, may be expelled this week after they used McIntosh's pistol to repel a late-night trespasser from the doorway of their 207 E. Sinto Ave. apartment. Fagan answered a 10:15 p.m. knock on their front door Thursday, Oct. 24. A friend having just left their apartment, he assumed the friend had come back. Instead, John Michael Taylor, a felon who showed them his ankle bracelet tracker in an attempt to intimidate them, faced him. Taylor asked Fagan for money, and became agitated when Fagan turned him down. When he sensed Taylor might enter the apartment, Fagan yelled for McIntosh, who brandished his pistol, for which he has a concealed weapons permit. Taylor quickly fled. Little did they know, removing Taylor from their doorway would lead to potential university sanctions.

Fox News

November 5, 2013

An Army veteran living in Georgia says she wants an apology from her daughter's former school after being banned from the building for posting a photo of her concealed weapons permit to her Facebook page, reports.

Tanya Mount says she was approached by a police officer from the Richmond County Board of Education at McBean Elementary School and was warned that she was about to get a criminal trespass warning. The officer told her that the principal at the school was "scared" of her and did not want her on the school property, she told the station.

October 27, 2013

Police at Chino Elementary School demonstrate their negligence by leaving a loaded and chambered AR15 within reach of children.

One of the children pulled the trigger causing debris to strike and injure nearby people after shattering on the safety plate.

October 24, 2013

The morning after an accidental gun discharge during a police safety presentation at Newman Elementary School in Chino, angry parents want to know - how could this have happened?

Three students were injured by shrapnel after a student pulled the trigger on an assault rifle mounted on a Chino police motorcycle during a school assembly for Red Ribbon Week Wednesday. The assault rifle, an AR-15, was locked to the side of a motorcycle that was on display. According to Chino police spokeswoman Tamrin Olden, the bullet disintegrated when it hit a metal plate where the barrel rests against the weapons mount. That debris struck three children and caused minor injuries.

October 16, 2013

Mothers, your sack lunches may not be wanted.

Linda of the blog My 2 Crazy Curls, a Stay-at-Home-Mother who describes herself as a "deaf SAHM mom of 3," retells this hair-raising experience about her little one in an appropriately titled post "Wait..what? WHAT is THIS?!?!" Imagine your surprise if you're the mother of a preschooler and someone tells you that your efforts to feed your own child are not approved by the state? I would guess the conversations with the school's officials might turn awkward.

October 14, 2013

Two 16-year-old students are up in arms because school officials suspended the pair for wearing Confederate flags as clothing on the grounds of their high school.

The students' reasoning? A classmate wore a rainbow flag to school for the past two weeks in honor of LGBT History Month. School officials at Tahoma High School in Maple Valley, Washington reportedly stated that the boys wore the flags to make an anti-gay statement.


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