Archive for July 2013

And the story is…??? He was acquitted, remember? Why would one think he wouldn’t be packing after being vilified by the media, the politicians, and the race baiters?

US ZIMMERMAN SURFACES AGAIN, THIS TIME IN TEXAS AND THIS TIME WITH A GUN (UPDATED WITH DASHCAM VIDEO) Jul. 31, 2013 3:08pm Madeleine Morgenstern UPDATE: KTVT has published dashcam video of the traffic stop: UPDATE II: George Zimmerman’s brother Robert Zimmerman Jr. released this statement to TheBlaze: Our family receives innumerable death threats on a daily basis. We […]

Its so nice to think Cartoon County Engineer Tardy thinks we can be “educated”. What a moron. How about a little education to the county board about not pissing away our tax dollars?

Published July 26, 2013, 01:00 PM Wheelage tax comes to a screeching halt – for now A proposed wheelage tax for Carlton County has failed for lack of support, though commissioners pledged to revisit the issue next year. By: Wendy Johnson, Pine Journal  A proposed wheelage tax for Carlton County has failed for lack of support, […]

Another DFL Duluth Turd alert.

Published July 31, 2013, 12:00 AM Duluth police: Man set fire to apartment to get liquor Michael James Larson, 26, was charged with six crimes Tuesday after police said he tried to burn down his apartment because the woman he shared it with wouldn’t buy him alcohol.  By: Mark Stodghill, Duluth News Tribune  Suspected arson A […]

Gee, as a matter of fact I don’t ever remember hearing a word of this heinous criminality.

If you’ve got a weak stomach, you might not want to read the gory details of this brutality.  This isn’t an easy read by any stretch but it surely drives the point of the mainstream media’s lack of concern for actually publishing the news regardless of sex or color.   As published in GOPTHEDAILYDOSE.COM.   […]

Dear leader gives another “nudge” towards socialism. Do you really want politicians ruling everything?

Gov’t Knows Best? White House creates ‘nudge squad’ to shape behavior By Maxim Lott Published July 30, 2013 March 4, 2013: The White House is seen through a chain-link fence in Washington. (AP) The federal government is hiring what it calls a “Behavioral Insights Team” that will look for ways to subtly influence people’s behavior, according […]

And yet, another judge caves to the left.

We pay the DNR millions of dollars a year to “manage” wildlife, one leftie funded by many across the country scare a Judge to get what he wants.  Do you think for a moment Lynn Rogers pays taxes on the dollars sent to his scam?  Nope, I’d guess not a penny yet you, the taxpayer […]

This is exactly why sentences shouldn’t be suspended for convicted felons.

Published July 26, 2013, 12:15 PM Cloquet felon sentenced for theft, possession of a firearm A felon who was still serving out a stay of execution from a 2011 drug charge was sentenced to prison on Monday for possessing and stealing firearms. By: Wendy Johnson, Pine Journal A felon who was still serving out a stay […]

Scum of the earth. Just another reason to enact the death penalty. Kudos to all involved in the prosecution, lets hope he does his full sentence.

Published July 26, 2013, 01:31 PM Cloquet man admits to 2000 murder It took him nearly 13 years to admit it, but before a full St. Louis County courtroom, Joseph John Couture testified today that he beat and stabbed Trina Louise Langenbrunner to death on Sept. 3, 2000.By: Mark Stodghill, Duluth News Tribune  Joseph Couture Couture […]

Do you think any politicians will pay any attention to these polls?

Big Majorities Oppose Obamacare, Say CBS, Fox, NBC/WSJ Polls July 25, 2013 – 6:27 PM By Michael W. Chapman President Barack Obama signs the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) into law on Mar. 23, 2010. (AP) ( – Poll results released this week by CBS News, Fox News, and NBC News/Wall Street Journal show that strong majorities of […]

Carlton man sentenced for counterfeiting.

Published July 26, 2013, 06:00 AM Carlton man sentenced for counterfeiting A Carlton man accused of making and passing counterfeit money was sentenced this week in Carlton County Court — the first in a series of counties where he is being prosecuted. By: Jana Peterson, Pine Journal  A Carlton man accused of making and passing counterfeit […]