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Tuesday FGS

Tuesday FGS

| May 11, 2021 | 1 Comment

M3 sub machine gun Juliana Mazza was reporting on the story of a stolen dog when she spotted the pup and the suspected thief. The pooch and his owner’s emotional reunion was captured on video. The alleged thief was charged with larceny and breaking into a motor vehicle. The Massachusetts news reporter is being praised […]

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The First Commandment is about maintaining freedom and prosperity

The First Commandment is about maintaining freedom and prosperity

| May 10, 2021 | 6 Comments

“You will have no strange gods before me.” — Exodus 20:3 The first commandment is about maintaining freedom and prosperity. It comes in two verses, the second one listed above. The first verse reminds the reader that it took an act, a series of acts, by God, to free the Hebrews. “I am the Lord […]

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Mayor de Blasio denies veterans group permit to march on Memorial Day, is fine with pot smokers’ parade last week

Mayor de Blasio denies veterans group permit to march on Memorial Day, is fine with pot smokers’ parade last week

| May 10, 2021 | 21 Comments

Citing COVID-19 concerns, the City of New York denied a permit for a Memorial Day parade to a group of 16 veterans organizations in the Staten Island area of the city. The veterans groups were perplexed, as the New York Post reports; The brush-off came despite myriad marches in the last year that have been […]

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Civilian Climate Corps Proposal

Civilian Climate Corps Proposal

| May 10, 2021 | 14 Comments

Looking for a $15.00 an hour job with full health care coverage, educational grants of $25,000 for each year of service up to $50,000? If Alexandria Cortez and others in Congress get their way, and Joe Biden signs something like this into law, you could be in luck. From the Washington Examiner: Alongside liberal Sen. […]

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Fuel pipeline cyber attack results in emergency declaration in 17 states

Fuel pipeline cyber attack results in emergency declaration in 17 states

| May 10, 2021 | 59 Comments

A US fuel pipeline suffered from a ransomware attack. This attack resulted in the shutting down of the impacted pipeline. This pipeline runs from Texas to New York and benefits multiple states. From Axios: What they’re saying: “On May 7, the Colonial Pipeline Company learned it was the victim of a cybersecurity attack. We have […]

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Monday FGS

Monday FGS

| May 10, 2021 | 15 Comments

Newark Barbershop Robber Shot In Face By Off-Duty Officer Headed To Fed Pen Jerry DeMarco Philip Hedgespeth picked the wrong barbershop to rob when the man in the chair turned out to be an off-duty Newark police officer who shot him in the face. Now the ex-con is headed back behind bars — only this […]

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Second Amendment in SCOTUS

Second Amendment in SCOTUS

| May 9, 2021 | 33 Comments

A while ago Poetrooper brought out his Good Idea Fairy with the idea having a periodic article on the Second Amendment. A weekly, perhaps. He neglected to volunteer to provide the posts, however. I didn’t hate the idea, but felt it unnecessary for any of several reasons. So to keep what passes for peace in […]

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Mother’s Day Open Thread

Mother’s Day Open Thread

| May 9, 2021 | 17 Comments

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms among your family and friends.

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