Friday, March 4, 2016

Happy Dance!

***So glad it's Friday. Gonna be an extra busy weekend as we're having company tomorrow for dinner, but I'm always happy to have a little less stress for a couple of days! Seems my offices are getting busier and busier. It's a good thing, but hard to keep up with sometimes.

***Federal authorities indict private property owners...Hillary Clinton still walks around free and running for president. How screwed up is that??

Federal authorities rounded up 12 people in five states on Thursday, bringing to 19 the number of defendants facing conspiracy, assault and threats charges in a 2014 armed standoff over grazing cattle on U.S. land near renegade cattleman Cliven Bundy's ranch in southern Nevada.
Arrests of alleged co-conspirators in Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Oklahoma and New Hampshire came after a federal grand jury in Las Vegas expanded an indictment already filed against Bundy. It also names two adult Bundy sons and five other men already in federal custody following the end of a nearly six-week armed occupation of a wildlife refuge in Oregon.

Wow, so glad they got those dangerous ranch owners rounded up. Meanwhile, Syrian and Mexican refuges pour through our borders.

Yeah, a little cynical today, I guess.

***Really? They're having to bring snow in by train to ALASKA for the Iditarod. 

Alaska's largest city is so hungry for snow, organizers of the famous Iditarod sled dog race were forced to ship tons of it by train Thursday and dramatically shorten the event's ceremonial start this weekend.

Persistent above-freezing temperatures over the last few weeks have melted much of the snow in town, including stockpiles the city tried to set aside for the ceremonial start. The competitive part of the 1,000-mile race kicks off Sunday, 50 miles to the north.
There have been other low-snow years affecting parts of the race, but this marks the first time snow was sent hundreds of miles by train to supplement the meager local supply.

***DeBlasio credits less guns for more stabbings.  Wait, what?

New York mayor Bill de Blasio is trying to put a positive spin on a recent rash of stabbings and slashings across the city.  He credits the NYPD taking guns off of the street.
"I'm not a criminologist but I can safely say that guns are being taken off the street in an unprecedented way.  Some people, unfortunately, are turning to a different weapon," de Blasio says.

Only an idiot liberal could come up with that.

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***Be thankful we're not getting all the government we're paying for.
Will Rogers

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