Well, there was supposed to be a November 4 demonstration calling to impeach Trump and Pence at Republic Square Park today from 1 – 5 pm, but I was there from 12:45 to about 2:30 and there was pretty much nobody. One guy with a sign, everyone else could have just been there because it was a park. Continue reading
Posted in Austin, Government, History, Police, Politics, Slavery, Society, Violence
Tagged Austin, constitution, gun rights, homeless, Impeach Trump and Pence, militias, November 4 demonstration, opinion, protests, second amendment, slavery, Trump, welfare
Well, this is going to be a post about me not knowing what to say. Or write.
About a year ago I started what I thought was going to be a series of posts about police training, but I stopped because everything was already being said by others.
And then more police shootings of black men, and more state laws allowing guns everywhere, and more shootings… Continue reading
image from emusic.com
I had a response to my open letter to police chief Mark Kessler than includes one line that I’d been meaning to elaborate on. Steve Harmon writes, “The Chief, God bless him, is simply trying to unpussify my America.”
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Dear Mr. Police Chief Mark Kessler of Gilberton, Pennsylvania, Continue reading
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Tagged America, DPchallenge, freedom of speech, George Zimmerman, Gilberton PA, god and guns, gun rights, gun sense, gun violence, humor, letters, obscenity, open letters, opinion, police brutality, police chief Mark Kessler, police intimidation, politie Amerika, religion in America, society, tea party, Trayvon Martin, vuurwapens
T, R and I spent some time at the Dripping Springs Founders Day Festival last night. I enjoyed the light versus darkness.
One of the first photos I took was of the sign below, at the Knights of Columbus stand, where they sold raffles. The sign shows what you could win. Needless to say, I didn’t buy a raffle ticket. Other than that it was a wonderful time. Continue reading
Posted in Austin, Austin photos, Food, Recreation
Tagged AR 15, Bushmaster gun, Carnival, community, cowboy kermis, Dripping Springs Founders Day Festival 2013, fairs, ferris wheel, gun rights, gun sense, kermis, Knights of Columbus, photography, recreation, semi-automatic weapons, vuurwapens
In this economy, businesses have to be extra creative. And are they ever! For example, if you go to the RadioShack in Hamilton, Montana, to sign up for Dish Network right now, you get a free gun or pizza. Isn’t choice wonderful?
Let’s imagine that…