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October 2013

What's the difference?

How the times have changed.

Oregon School Teachers Allowed to Carry Concealed Weapons

It seems that more schools are making the change to allow for legal carry on campus.  It may not prevent someone from attempting to shoot up a school, but hopefully it would bring a quicker end with less loss of life if they did.  Seen at :

Ever since the very first school shooting in modern times, there has always been a demand for educators to be able to carry a means to defend themselves, which has become something of a concern for Oregon School teachers, among others. In fact, that is exactly what a school district inhas done. Teachers have the proper credentials to carry a weapon will be allowed to do so. Marshall Porter, who is the chairman of the St. Helens School Board, has stated that the measure would give teachers the same right as ordinary citizens.

Porter went further making the following statement: “The current law in Oregon allows for anybody to conceal carry on school grounds, to exclude our staff seems like they’re being punished. They should have a right to protect themselves if they so choose.” There are a total of seven schools that fall under Porter’s jurisdiction.


Massive security hole found in Obamacare site software

The release is looking more and more like amature hour.  :

Yet another reason to in the knowledge that the government is forcing people into this system under penalty of law:

Until the Department of Health fixed the security hole last week, anyone could easily reset your password without your knowledge and potentially hijack your account.

The glitch was discovered last week by Ben Simo, a software tester in Arizona. Simo found that gaining access to people’s accounts was frighteningly simple. You could have:

A conservative breakfast

For the next time the debt limit is reached

Fake faint?

LOL, I hadn't noticed this before but when you see the different angles it becomes obvious.  Totally not staged.  At all.  I'm serious.


INTERPOL Chief: 'Armed Civilians' Could be Key to Preventing More Westgate Mall-Style Terror Attacks

Armed civilians?  Shocking!  The fact that this wasn't reported by the MSM isn't shocking, that part is par for the course.  :

To prevent more soft-target terror attacks like the deadly Al Shabaab strike on Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, policymakers around the world should consider liberalizing their gun laws to allow for armed civilians, the head of the the world's largest international police institution argued in an interview with earlier this week. Unfortunately a search of Nexis finds that ABC has ignored this news development on its on-air programming. Competitors NBC and CBS have likewise censored the story.

As ABC's Josh Margolin noted, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald Noble argued not only that an armed citizenry was a more sensible option than attempting to secure every "soft target" -- like malls, parks, and cafes -- but that it's hard to imagine a successful Westgate-style attack in the United States, particularly in gun rights-friendly states like Texas:

"Societies have to think about how they're going to approach the problem," Noble said. "One is to say we want an armed citizenry; you can see the reason for that. Another is to say the enclaves are so secure that in order to get into the soft target you're going to have to pass through extraordinary security."

Hoyer's Plan for Fixing Obamacare Website: 'Give Them a Little Money'

Because $634 million dollars wasn't enough.  :

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said the way for Congress to help fix the problem-plagued Obamacare website is to give the administration "a little money."

At a Capitol Hill press conference on Tuesday, a reporter said “the website is not working,” and then asked Hoyer, “Are you confident, though, the White House is taking the steps necessary? Is there anything you in Congress can do to help the White House take the steps?”

Hoyer said, “Give them a little money. We've been pretty much focused in the House of Representatives on undermining the implementation and the Affordable Care Act in every which way they[Republicans]  possibly could. Now, I don’t think that’s the reason, however. I don’t know that. If  it is, it is. But I don’t know that to be the case.”

The reporter, in reference to the website, then asked, “You don’t blame lack of money for this?”  Hoyer said, “I don’t know. It’s not that I don’t blame, it’s – if I know that, I’ll blame it. I don’t know it at this point in time, Dave, so I’m not going to attribute it to that.”

Puppycide – The Documentary

Since we have a big, scary German Shepherd, this concerns me. :

Via :

Why We Began This Documentary

When we first learned about puppycide, we assumed that these must be cases of police responding to threats on their lives from dogs trained to attack by criminal owners. That couldn’t be further from the truth. We found scores of videos and news stories about dogs who were laying down, tails wagging, even running away but still shot by officers who used lethal force as their first and only response.

We were very upset by the footage and stories and felt a documentary on the topic was in need. We took our cameras on the road, reaching out to victims and capturing their experiences.

by Dr. Radut