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March 2, 2015

Man Who Threw Beer on Native American Kids Charged With Disorderly Conduct –

I post this for those who asked me to keep them up dated with what more I could find out.  I do not agree with the charges and I agree with the parents that the charge is way to light for what the man did.   He should be charged with assault on children at a minimum.   I also agree it is simple bigotry against the Native people that is preventing the harsher charges.   I hope the the parents and the kids know there are many people out here who are sorry for what was done to them and wish there was a way to make it go away, to make the person responsible be punished for what he did to them.  Hugs

Man Who Threw Beer on Native American Kids Charged With Disorderly Conduct –

A man who hurled beer and racial slurs at a group of Native American kids last month at a hockey game in Rapid City, South Dakota, will be charged with disorderly conduct, officials said Wednesday in a statement.

Suspect Trace O’Connell, 41, of Philip, faces up to 30 days in jail and a $500 if convicted, police said. O’Connell is accused of pouring beer on a group of Native American students during a Rapid City Rush hockey game at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. He’s also accused of telling the kids to “go back to the reservation.”



‘Strive To Serve God’ Mission Statement In Michigan City’s Mission Statement | The Abandoned Piety Blog

Filed under: News, Political, Religion — Scottie @ 15:51

‘Strive To Serve God’ Mission Statement In Michigan City’s Mission Statement | The Abandoned Piety Blog.

Some people, mostly the Christians who support making a theocracy out of the country like O’Brien, argue that it’s a waste of public resources to fight these issues.  I wholly disagree.  Every little step we allow these people to take in ruining our secular government compounds the issue.  It all piles up.  They don’t stop with simple phrase displays, once they know they can get away with it they will take more and more bold steps.  It also gives them the excuse that if it’s already been done here and there, it shouldn’t be a big deal to keep going and also fuels their bullshit excuse that it’s historical.

Everyone who values the Establishment Clause and the profound freedom it bestows needs to take notice of these moves and tell Christians “no more” and “also remove the violations you’ve already imposed”.  America is not a Christian nation, it never has been, and we need to ensure it never becomes one.  Make no mistake, that’s exactly what these people think and want.

We see it all over in all sorts of things, they don’t even realize what they ask or how they sound

Filed under: Funny Stuff, Religion — Scottie @ 13:37

can I have two please

Filed under: Funny Stuff — Scottie @ 13:29

74% of Japanese homes have electronic toilets. Newer models have seat warmers, night lights, self-cleaning mechanisms, deodorizing spritzers, motion sensors that raise the lid, a bidet and dryer to eliminate the need for toilet paper, and music or running water sounds to give you privacy.  Source

Twinky Winky III

Filed under: Pictures — Scottie @ 13:06

Twinky Winky III.

I have written about this blog before.  I love the pictures this person posts.   Here  is just a sample for some of my newer viewers.     So please check out his blog and enjoy all the wonderful pictures.    Hugs.

sanschaud: Cantabrico, by Pablo Gomez Sal

visitheworld:<br />
Beautiful gardens at Yoshino-Baigo, Ome / Japan (by Seima).<br />

ponderation:Evening by creastefano 

sublim-ature:ArizonaTheresa Ditson

jamas-rendirse:By Rodolfo Paez.

wowtastic-nature:Cathedral Light by  Michael Bollino on (Original Size - Height: 1029px - Width: 683px)

<p>Dynamic City - by: SY Ha

smart idea, a closer look at his friends

Filed under: Political — Scottie @ 12:58

they still are spoiled little boys, just really wealthy thinking they are princes little boys.

Filed under: Political — Scottie @ 12:58

it is easy when.

Filed under: Economics, Political — Scottie @ 12:56

borrowed from our children.

Survey: NPR’s listeners best-informed, Fox viewers worst-informed | Poynter.

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 10:00

As if we did not already know this, it is nice to have it in a study and provable.   Hugs

Survey: NPR’s listeners best-informed, Fox viewers worst-informed | Poynter..

People who watch no news at all can answer more questions about international current events than people who watch cable news, a survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind finds.

NPR and Sunday morning political talk shows are the most informative news outlets, while exposure to partisan sources, such as Fox News and MSNBC, has a negative impact on people’s current events knowledge.

People who watch MSNBC and CNN exclusively can answer more questions about domestic events than people who watch no news at all. People who only watch Fox did much worse. NPR listeners answered more questions correctly than people in any other category.

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