will decide what counts as 'legitimate' ideas that the media should report.
My personal thought is this bastard is one of the politicians who should be thrown out of office for violation of his oath.
I tend to think Texas will inform the EPA that it can kiss the collective redneck ass; this is just effing idiotic.
A S&W revolver does not 'accidentally go off' without a trigger being pulled; I think the officer screwed up bigtime.
I think a few of the disenchanted youths getting blown away by someone they're trying to drag out of a car would slow this crap down considerably.
In (formerly Great)Britain, the numbers required for 'arsenal' aren't very high, are they?
Remember when they collectively crapped their pants over someone finding a .22 cartridge?
And remember: this is on a freaking ISLAND, and they can't keep guns from being smuggled in by wholesale lots.
I guess Assad, unlike his father, wants Hama somewhat less damaged while he kills the opposition.
God damn these morons at TSA. Sooner or later someone is going to wind up crippled or dead because of them, and all they'll have to say is "We were following procedures" followed by “We are sensitive to the concerns of passengers". Which will, I'm sure, be very comforting to the family of the deceased.
Another fine example of a prosecutor and a judge who both need to find new employment. As soon as they can be thrown the hell out of their offices.
For some freakin' CARTOONS? Really? Shawn Arthur and James Cayce, you should be ashamed of yourselves.
At least he's not as smart as Sheldon; if he were, he'd have made it work. Really, guy, a reactor in your kitchen?
Not only did He design it, he did it REALLY well:
Bonner said this is the first major change to the M2 weapon system since the machine gun was fielded in the 1930s.
Son used this arm a lot his first time in Iraq; he loved it. He obviously has good taste in weapons.
Teachers Unions: Screw your kids, we want money and power.
American Federation of Teachers officials have disavowed an internal report after it was posted on the union's website following its annual conference, embedded on each of its 19 pages with the union's logo and signed by a union official.
The report, titled "How Connecticut Defused the Parent Trigger," was replaced on AFT's website with a note saying "we have received complaints about these materials and have removed them because they do not represent AFT's position."
"What? You're actually asking QUESTIONS? Don't you know your place, journalist?"
You know what it's like riding a motorcycle at, oh, 102 to 106? It kind of sucks.