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A kindergarten book to help my daughter’s transition to school

Guest post written by Amy Hartwig In lots of bad times in my life, I’ve simply turned to books to help me get through them. Books are always there for you and they’re even free at the library! Needles too say, I really love to read. It’s continued to be my favorite pastime, even in motherhood. So I went looking online for a good book that I could give my daughter in order to help ease the transition into kindergarten this fall. While I was searching online for one that appealed to me, I ran across the site http://WWW.CLEARWirlessinternet4g.com. After I looked through it a little bit, I decided to change over my home internet …Read more […..]

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Police Can Put A GPS Device On Your Car Without Your Consent

Court Reaffirms Decision That Rights Weren’t Violated Is your vehicle private property? The answer seems obvious: of course it is. But depending on where you parked it, you might give up some rights in actually keeping it “private.” Police can place a tracking device on your car without a warrant, according to recent judgment in California. Earlier this year, an Oregonian named Juan Pineda-Moreno was convicted of growing marijuana after police tracked his car to a suspected growing site. Pineda-Moreno appealed, citing the fact that on two occasions DEA agents placed tracking devices on his car while it was in …Read more […..]

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Our hero: The life of a cop

BY MICHAEL SNEED Sun-Times Columnist What price do we pay when one is sacrificed? We don’t pay. We get fleeced, robbed of a human being who decided to make his life’s work protecting each one of us. Michael Sneed The fact that Officer Thor Soderberg, who was killed with his own weapon Wednesday during an apparent robbery outside a South Side police facility, died a hero is little consolation to his family and friends. A police officer might become a hero when the oath to serve and protect is taken, but there is also another measure of their heroism. It’s the evil, degradation and horror …Read more […..]

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SC Woman Catches Horse's Molester

Like a fellow officer used to say, you just can’t make this stuff up!COLUMBIA, S.C. (July 29) – A South Carolina man was charged with having sex with a horse after the animal’s owner caught the act on videotape, then staked out the stable and caught him at shotgun point, authorities said Wednesday.But this wasn’t the first time Rodell Vereen has been charged with buggery. He pleaded guilty last year to having sex with the same horse after owner Barbara Kenley found him in the same stable and was sentenced to probation and placed on the state’s sex offender list.Kenley said she noticed several weeks ago her 21-year-old horse …Read more […..]

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Controversial Barack Obama Friend Henry Louis Gates, Jr Rants about "Racist White Institutions"

He doesn’t have an axe to grind does he?? CLICK HERE TO VIEW VIDEO:1999) — Harvard professor Gates goes on a rant against Newt Gingrich, the state of North Carolina and “racist historically white institutions in America.”

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Losing a Case in Court, Not to Worry

New officers take their jobs very seriously. I mean, very, very seriously. As time goes on and experience and reality set in this seriousness lessens. Not that an experienced officer isn’t serious about the job it is just that writing traffic tickets aren’t a big deal anymore and losing court cases do bother us as much. In the early years of my career I remember getting very upset if one of my traffic tickets was thrown out or if I lost a trial on one, probably because the goofball judge knew their attorney if they had one. If the person who got off looked at me and gave me a sneering smile as if they got one on me I got angry …Read more […..]

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16 Illegal Immigrants Suing Arizona Rancher

Roger Barnett has had his house broken into, trucks stolen, cattle killed and property damaged by illegal immigrants crossing the border via his 22,000-acre Arizona ranch and in 1998, he decided enough was enough.So he began rounding them up at gunpoint and turning them over to the U.S. Border Patrol. Barnett claims to have captured around 12,000 illegal immigrants attempting to cross his property – a spot along the border that authorities have deemed “an avenue of choice” – into the United States since then.Astonishingly, 16 of those illegally immigrants are now suing Barnett for $32 million in punitive damages for civil rights …Read more […..]

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