Trending stories at the Pine Journal… 1. Cloquet police arrest two in domestic abuse case 2. Domestic disturbance on the Interstate 3. Man arrested for allegedly beating up, assaulting girlfriend
Archive for November 2014
SHOCK REPORT: ST. LOUIS BOMB PLOT FAILS BECAUSE OF MAXED OUT EBT CARD by WARNER TODD HUSTON 26 Nov 2014 109POST A COMMENT Only days before a grand jury released its decision on whether there would be a trial for the August shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, the FBI arrested two men who were allegedly looking to buy […]
13 Facts About Ferguson the Media Will Never Tell You Tuesday, 25 Nov 2014 11:50 AM By Jim Meyers According to protesters who erupted in violence after a grand jury declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., this was the case of a […]
POLITICS Daily Caller Obama Uses Ferguson Uproar To Demand Changes In Criminal Law 12:24 AM 11/25/2014 NEIL MUNRO White House Correspondent President Barack Obama is using the Ferguson uproar to call for a rewrite of federal criminal laws. He gave a short statement from the White House’s press podium shortly after the news broke […]
You don’t suppose the turds last name had anything to do with reducing his sentence, do you? Only in Cartoon County.
Cloquet man sentenced to 45 months for selling morphine By Wendy Johnson on Nov 21, 2014 at 10:45 p.m. A Cloquet man caught selling morphine has been sentenced to 45 months in jail. Derek Kaley Friedman, 29, pleaded guilty to one felony count of third-degree sale of a controlled substance and was sentenced in Carlton County Court earlier […]
According to a study by KARE 11 news, the clowns in the courthouse have given criminals involved in crimes with guns less than the mandatory minimum sentence 100% of the time the last three years. Don’t believe me, check the report yourself at the link below…the segment about Cartoon county is at the 9:15 mark. http://www.kare11.com/longform/news/investigations/2014/11/17/mandatory-sentences-not-always-the-case-minnesota-gun-crimes/19196705/
Libtardia at its finest…and local too! Do you reckon he feels like this when it comes to his compensation package?
Local view: Why not a maximum wage, too? By Bernie Hughes Today at 12:06 a.m. We’ve heard a good deal recently about the minimum wage. We have minimum-wage laws, but they don’t often get inflation attention, and they tend to be set at unreasonable rates for people on the lower rungs of the financial ladder. I don’t recall […]