Naval Salute

Some people may misread my tenacity for liberty and my disdain for tyranny as some sort of lack of appreciation for service. To the contrary. They fight so that I can talk shit. When I stop talking shit, the 1776 revolution is over my friends. Long live liberty!

Here is a dedication to my brother by another mother Sam dogg, a first class Petty Officer (who they need to Chief-up BTW), a first class man... to his crewmen and the officers of the U.S.S. Antietam (CG-54).

In this clip, you will see not only some awesome firepower of the main deck cannon as it ejects hot shells the size of porn midgets, but also the sweep of of an awesome command and control array as target acquisition puts some hot turd right on target from right to left within seconds.

A few more hot ones...

Multi-tasking beotches...

Fiddy-cent got nada on da fiddy's...

Salute to Sam, the Antietam, the United States Navy, and to my friends and fam who serve, who have served, and who have have paid the price.

Honorable mention to James (USARMY 4ID, Contract), Michelle, (USARes, Artillery) and to the one we lost, Trevor Yurista (USMC).


Police State of Mind

I just came across an article written for USA Today newspaper titled, "New iPhone apps help drivers evade police...The iPhone and Android applications spot checkpoints and speed traps." The article was hosted by PoliceOne.com, a website for law-enforcement.

These apps can be used to detect things like speed traps and red-light cameras, but the focus of the article goes to checkpoint detection.

The apps' DUI checkpoint feature -- which sends alerts about drunken-driving checkpoints that have been reported by other drivers -- is troubling for some police agencies. "If people are going to use those, what other purpose are they going to use them for except to drink and drive?" says Capt. Paul Starks of the Montgomery County (Md.) Police Department.

Cops are so indoctrinated in their Gestapo mindset, that they can't even fathom the concept of freedom anymore. That someone might actually use that app just to avoid being caught up in a traffic jam caused by the DUI checkpoint, or better yet, that a person might want to avoid being held up, harassed, have their car ripped apart and searched without a warrant, or even have their car impounded even though they aren't drunk! In 2009, Los Angeles impounded 24,000 cars at DUI checkpoints, yet only 3,200 DUI arrests were actually made.

The USA Today article then goes on to quote Starks saying...

"They're only thinking of one consequence, and that's being arrested. They're not thinking of ending the lives of other motorists, pedestrians, other passengers in their cars or themselves."

So the cop is assuming that everyone who uses theses apps must be drunk for one thing. But you're damn right Starks, the first thing on any civilian's mind should be the consequences of being arrested...

...But of course, it is important to keep in mind that many, many people who are stopped and searched, even placed in handcuffs and arrested, are not guilty of any crime whatsoever. All the police have to do is claim that they smell weed...

I don't know about you, but it seems pretty reasonable to me that anybody in their right mind would prefer to avoid that shit.

In this video, a guy from NY State tries to exercise his 4th Amendment rights by refusing to give the Sheriff's department consent for a search. There is some back and forth over whether or not the deputy needs a warrant once the K-9 has "alerted" on the vehicle. But in the end, the deputy decides to impound the car and have it towed to the station while he waits for a warrant to come through from the D.A.'s office. The civilian is cuffed and put in the back of a squad car, denied his doctor prescribed medication that was supposed to be taken during the time he was in custody, and finally after 4 hours of filming his camera goes dead. He posted the highlights of the footage in this Youtube video...

But then again, you don't even have to be in your car, or at home, like on this occasion when police searched a man's car while it was sitting in his own driveway after he left to go to the music store. Police claimed that they got a 911 call from the house, even though there was no phone line in the house...

Still think the police give a flying fuck about your rights or the Constitution? Do you still think that the Constitution even exists? Wake up and smell the Fascism folks, the house is burning.

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized." ~Fourth Amendment

Also in the news today regarding the 4th Amendment...

Justice Dept. to Congress: Don’t Saddle 4th Amendment on Us


7 Psychotic Pieces of Relationship Advice from Cosmo

Cracked is great with their humor, wit, sarcasm, irony, and tongue-in-cheek articles, but here is one that is actually pretty much right on the mark. Scary true in other words. They do actually start out with a bit of a disclaimer that "most women" don't actually listen to the advice of Cosmo. I say bullshit. Or at the very least, where the hell are all these non-brainwashed level-headed sensible women? Sure, the girlfriends always start out as the unique exception to the rule of just about every woman I have dated in the past, yet somehow I seem to always wind up dating Rae Dawn Chong.

So, have a crack at this article by Cracked. A little teaser here with the full article linked below.

We get it. Guys are tough to figure out: There's like 24 possible combinations that you can make with 1) beer 2) food 3) sex and 4) sports. No wonder their girlfriends have to resort to lady magazines to gain insight into the buzzing hive that is the male mind. We know most women laugh that stuff off as cheap entertainment not to be taken seriously, but what if they actually did listen to all of the advice?

It'd pretty much turn into a nightmare of paranoia and petty revenge. After all, according to various Cosmo articles...

Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_19066_7-psychotic-pieces-relationship-advice-from-cosmo.html#ixzz1ImH4uSV7

Who knew? Barking at police dog will land you in jail

A guy in Ohio was just locked up for barking at a police dog in the back of a cruiser. When asked why he was harassing the animal, he said that the dog started it.

You can read the brief article here:


Job Security for Houston Police

Why are these officers still on the street?

If you did your job like they do theirs, you'd likely be fired

Ten Houston Police Department officers have amassed 370 violations of HPD regulations over their careers, a laundry list of major and minor complaints that critics say illustrate how police can make mistakes repeatedly and still not lose their jobs.

The complaints include failing to investigate a suspected child rape, skipping court testimony and causing a drug case to be dismissed, wrecking dozens of police and private cars, writing hot checks, refusing to answer internal affairs investigators and detaining innocent residents.

The 10 officers - nine of whom are still active and one who resigned under investigation last year - have the most violations logged on an HPD Internal Affairs database of complaints sustained by police investigators. One officer has 47 sustained complaints against him alone. Another has 44.

The disciplinary actions for the complaints are detailed in more than 1,100 pages of city records obtained recently through an open records request.

Those punished include one veteran officer who ran unauthorized criminal checks on acquaintances, and who went through a department car wash with a bean-bag shotgun on a police cruiser's roof. The gun case was damaged when it was run over by the next cruiser in line.

Several officers had trouble getting to work on time, with HPD citing one officer for being late for his shift 40 times. One officer left a prisoner unguarded in a room at Ben Taub Hospital. Another forgot to lock doors at a City Jail facility, allowing a prisoner to escape.

Read the full article at link:


Ron Paul: ‘New World Order’ Using Financial Crisis, Wars To Enhance Globalism

Congressman Ron Paul, icon to liberty lovers the world over, sent a stark message this week to ruling elite “internationalists” attempting to expand globalism via the Western military industrial complex – you will fail.

Speaking on the nationally syndicated Alex Jones Show, Paul expressed his concern that a deeply malign form of globalism is being promoted and expanded on the back of international crises, namely the political upheaval in the middle east and north Africa, coupled with ongoing financial meltdown.

“The new world order people see it as an opportunity to move one step forward.” Paul stated, alluding to an infamous description of the current US led international coalition of powers.

“Bush senior bragged about that, remember he didn’t want to go to Congress, he came and got a token approval in 1990/91 for the Persian Gulf war, but he got his orders from the UN, he didn’t need to go to Congress… That was the first time I heard a president use the words ‘new world order’, anyone who used that had to be a conspiracy nut, but Bush was saying this is what we need to do for the ‘new world order’.” Paul explained.

“They go to war under NATO and the UN, not by the Congress,” Paul added. “But ultimately the big one is to control the money, so they are making their plans to have a world wide fiat currency through the IMF/World Bank operations.”

Full article at Prison Planet linked here:



Is Violence Against Cops Really Increasing?

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This tool is a regularly updated map with event descriptions for all sorts of disaster information from traffic accidents to earthquakes and tsunamis. Have a look...


...You can also access this tool from now on by clicking on the green radar screen in the left column. 

Reporter finds murder weapon that police missed

ATLANTA — A newspaper reporter in Atlanta discovered a bloody knife Monday at a home where three people were stabbed to death, prompting police to investigate whether detectives missed a key piece of evidence.
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Bronx 1980's


Former CIA Analyst schools CNN host

So much for journalistic neutrality. Looks like this propaganda host picked the wrong person to interview...

Have you ever tried to file a complaint against the police?

This is probably along the lines of best-case scenario. And this video doesn't even go into the risk of retribution...

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