Archive for November 2016

What makes me think there’s so much more to this tale?

Eveleth man faces three felonies in alleged gunpoint kidnapping By Tom Olsen Today at 3:03 p.m. Kyle Martin Olson A 28-year-old Eveleth man faces three felony charges in an alleged kidnapping at gunpoint on the Iron Range over the weekend. Kyle Martin Olson allegedly held the 21-year-old victim hostage over a $500 debt for more […]

Would you stop to help a cop getting attacked? Hump day feel good story…

Two Suspects Attack Florida Trooper, Retired RI Trooper Jeffery Duclos Jumps In To Help By Cowgirl On November 30, 2016 A Florida State Trooper didn’t have to fight alone when to men attacked him. Retired Trooper Jeffery Duclos jumped in to help. A Florida State Trooper didn’t have to fight alone when to men attacked […]

Governor goofy gets his panties in a bunch over history. I think he’s overmedicated.

Gov. Dayton walks out of public meeting over Capitol art controversy Governor charges political motives by GOP lawmaker in squabble over Civil War paintings in Capitol. By Patrick Condon Star Tribune NOVEMBER 30, 2016 — 10:54AM GLEN STUBBE, STAR TRIBUNE Gov. Mark Dayton stormed out of a public meeting about the State Capitol restoration on […]

Un frigging believable.

OSU Diversity Officer Apologizes For Terrorist In Facebook Post, Urges Sympathy SAAGAR ENJETI 8:40 AM 11/29/2016 Abdul Razak Artan, a third-year student in logistics management, sits on the Oval in an August 2016 photo provided by The Lantern, student newspaper of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. on November 28, 2016. Courtesy of Kevin […]

Why does it seem Duluth is getting to be a haven for career criminals?

Predatory offender moves into Lincoln Park By News Tribune on Nov 28, 2016 at 2:44 p.m. James Demetrius Redd, a registered predatory offender and former owner of the Hip Hop Candy Shop in Duluth, is living in the 200 block of North 22nd Avenue West, Duluth Police announced Monday. Redd, 43, is a Level III […]

Why am I not the least bit surprised who the suspect was? Thankfully, he’s dead… and no, the media won’t say he was a muslim. Are you still laughing at Trump’s opinion on vetting immigrants??

One suspect dead, 9 injured after attack at Ohio State University involving car, butcher knife Published November 28, 2016   DEVELOPING: An 18-year-old Somali man was behind an attack involving a car and butcher knife on the campus of Ohio State University Monday that left nine people injured, law enforcement sources told Fox News. […]

We need more lunatic control…especially when they are already convicted felons.

40-year-old man facing several charges after shots fired in Proctor By Kati Anderson Posted: Nov 27, 2016 2:37 PM CST Updated: Nov 27, 2016 2:37 PM CST PROCTOR, MN – A Proctor man faces several charges after firing a firearm in home on Saturday. According to the Proctor Police Department, officers responded to the incident […]

A solution in search of a problem. Do you suppose anyone on the school board has heard of MS 87a.07? Doubtful, the Minnesota Range Protection act is supposed to prevent this very thing from happening….

Hibbing School Board debates future of gun range in school By Pam Louwagie, Minneapolis Star Tribune Today at 12:09 p.m. In the basement of a Hibbing elementary school sits a shooting range with room for up to eight marksmen. It’s been there since the school was built nearly 60 years ago, and until recently, about […]

Here’s an idea, do exactly what the cops tell you to do when and how they tell you to do it. Maybe, just maybe, you won’t get shot.

Shooting deaths by Minnesota police highest on record By Mara H. Gottfried, St. Paul Pioneer Press Today at 9:11 a.m. ST. PAUL — The fatal shooting of Philando Castile by a St. Anthony police officer brought international attention to Minnesota and comes during a record year for police-involved fatalities in the state. Police officers have […]

Insanity on steroids that your tax dollars help fund. Thought police 101.

Trouble viewing this message? Read this message on the Web. Office of the Chancellor Dear UMD community members, This message goes out to you as a follow-up to Chancellor Black’s message a couple weeks ago. We would like to reaffirm our commitment to an inclusive campus community that is willing to pursue difficult conversations and be […]