Archive for October 2015

Think he’ll be on paid administrative leave? Of course….

Ely police officer indicted on sex charge By News Tribune Today at 12:57 p.m. An Ely police officer has been indicted for allegedly engaging in sexual contact with a girl under the age of 18. Sgt. Jason Allen Carlson, 37, was indicted by a grand jury on one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, St. […]

Because our LEO’s don’t have enough crap to worry about these days.

Law Enforcement Warns of Dire Consequences That Will Follow the First Wave of Obama Administration’s Mass Prison Release Oct. 30, 2015 12:10pm Fred Lucas Law enforcement officials are very concerned about the 6,000 federal inmates set to be released Friday — the first wave in a larger plan that will ultimately free 46,000 convicts. The […]

Think this young man will get an invite to the White House?

College Student Makes app for Veterans to Help With PTSD Michael Cantrell October 29, 2015 1:56 pm Click Our military veterans are remarkable individuals who give up much of their lives to defend our nation and our freedom, often times coming home to little or no support in exchange for their sacrificial service. The government […]


Hibbing priest seeks dismissal of sex abuse charges By Tom Olsen on Oct 28, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. An attorney for the Hibbing priest accused of sexually abusing four girls is seeking to have his client’s criminal charges dismissed, alleging that the case is the result of an overzealous prosecution fueled by the ongoing child […]

The liar in chief is caught lying…again.

Obama Tried To Tell A Big Lie To A Room Full Of Police Chiefs. He Got Caught Red Handed… He thought they would believe him… Jack Davis October 28, 2015 at 7:28am In the nimble rhetoric of President Obama, America is beset by rampant violence for which gun control is the only answer. On Tuesday, […]

Now the union retirees count on the politicians they elected to pass legislation to benefit them. Nice gig, huh? I guess all the payola paid off.

Teamster Local 346 retirees hit with pension cuts By Tara Terregino October 27, 2015 Updated Oct 28, 2015 at 10:11 AM CDT Duluth, MN ( — Looming pension cuts for members of Teamsters Local 346 in Duluth brought dozens together Tuesday to learn more about what’s to come. Many say their livelihoods are at stake. […]

Sadly, many charities abuse those that finance them.

Brandi Kay Wounded Warrior Project: Padding Their Own Pockets or Helping Vets? The first version of this article, I used the 2012-2013 Wounded Warrior Project 990 Tax Forms. This updated version is using the 2013-2014 Wounded Warrior Project 990 Tax Forms. (Thank you, David Isakson, for all of your assistance) I had made some errors […]

Say a little prayer today.

For those of you that don’t know, Aitkin County Deputy Steven Sandberg’s service is today.  I’d be willing to bet there will be many folks that will have a hard, hard day including his family, friends, co-workers and the like.  If you’re willing, I’d encourage all my readers to take a minute and say a […]