February 19, 2014 · 12:54 am
Kansas City SWAT rounds up criminals with warrants – YouTube
Liberals profess to being confused about Kansas being basically right wing Republican. This is viewed on the left with distain and ill-concealed hatred which is returned in similar kind by Republicans. This is a great national divide and understanding how Kansas operates politically means looking at race and class statistics and we must ponder many issues that divide Americans. The Immigrant Nation goes through various surges of distress due to floods of foreigners. The social upheavals this cause are powerful. The US cannot stand for long as a nation if we encourage and copy thug behavior, both the ghetto thug and the woman abusing biker ethos. White and black youth are being marginalized and cut out of the workplace by foreign labor from Hispanic and Asian nations.
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September 22, 2013 · 10:45 pm
Sometimes my very rural community gets national news. For example, in the early 1960’s a propane truck ran down Plank Road which is one of the steeper roads in America, and flipped into Berlin and blew up part of the village. Otherwise, no one hears much about our woody acres. It is actually rather quiet but not that quiet. Namely, it still can make the news out here due to wild stuff going on just like any big city. This year’s News is about a teen party held in our next door tiny town, Stephentown. Seems 300 teens tore into a house that was going to be foreclosed and rioted there, causing a lot of destruction. Then the parents got mad because their wayward waifs posted online many detailed photos WITH their names!…showing them drinking illegally and taking drugs while wrecking the place. Continue reading →