Sunday, March 13, 2016

'Accident' my ass;

this waste of oxygen did it deliberately.
According to state troopers, Zirkle was about five miles downriver from Koyukuk headed for Nulato when her dog sled was first hit on “the side by a snow machine and the snow machine turned around multiple times and came back at her before driving off.”

Those reports said the machine then went on down the river but later returned and approached her again about 12 miles out of Nulato. This time it aimed its headlight at her and revved its engine, but left without incident. Not long after, troopers allege the machine hit King's team from behind, killing the one dog and injuring five others, two seriously.
"I was drinking, accident, didn't know I'd done anything", bullshit.  And of course the family rallies around him after 'this terrible accident'.

Said waste of oxygen is Arnold Demoski.  He'll probably get some jail time; the somewhat more attractive suggestions I've heard included staking him out for the bears or throwing him in the water and not letting him get to any shelter.  Assuming he gets out of the water.

Proving, once again, that there is nothing these idiots cannot try to screw up.  Apparently they've decided sending the FDA SWAT team to raid people for milk causes too much noise and bad publicity, so...
As I've detailed for years, the FDA's proposed FSMA rules would have forced small farmers "to adopt onerous, expensive, and unnecessary farming practices and procedures" that included "tough new regulations for using organic fertilizer," including compost and manure.

Pushback from small farmers and their supporters around the country forced the FDA to reconsider the worst of the proposed FSMA rules. Reconsider the agency did. And now they're back, beating the same drum.
Yes, the FDA is full of shit; doesn't mean the know what the hell they're doing on the subject of manure.

MO is making a change in their SYG law, and the usual suspects are, once again, losing their shit.  
Now add to that a “stand your ground” law that says anyone who feels threatened, no matter where he is, can shoot to kill. No longer would he have a legal duty to try to avoid confrontation, much less try to determine if a threat was real. He could shoot first and ask questions later.
What change is causing this?
Yes, the actual law will be expanded to include the ability to defend yourself anywhere as long as you are being a good citizen. Nowhere in the actual law or proposed changes one can find the annulment of other basic tenets to claim self-defense: Innocence, Imminence, Proportionality and Reasonableness. Yet the Editorial Board at the St. Louis Compost-Dispatcher make it sound as if you will be allowed to kill anybody that looks crossed at you because you got the last cold can of soda from the store.

And just how much can you trust this newspaper?
A study at Texas A&M University found that “stand your ground laws” do nothing to promote public safety and increase homicides by 8 percent. The study found that victims are disproportionately African-American.
First, given Missouri’s history with Jim Crow’s laws, specially when applied so Blacks could not be armed, this is just pure hypocrisy. Plus the data from Florida has shown that Blacks are also the biggest beneficiary of SYG. Second, the link they provide does not go to a study by Texas A&M but a paper published by Everytown for Gun Safety, Michael Bloomberg’s pet Gun Control group.
Not at all, it seems.

Obama wants every company to make ways for LE to get into phones and e-mail.  Because Safety! is the excuse, which is bullshit:
U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday made a passionate case for mobile devices to be built in such a way as to allow government to gain access to personal data if needed to prevent a terrorist attack or enforce tax laws.
Standard socialist "You should not be able to have secrets from the State!" crap.

My, how careful they are about their slaves before they rape them...

Speaking of 'full of shit', "We had nothing to do with it, it's all Trump's fault!"

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