Kyle Rittenhouse is no hero. He’s been accused and condemned by an incompetent and highly politicized prosecutor, but he’s no

By today's standards maybe he is. Remember though that the definition of hero has been greatly watered down the last few decades.


Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, found that the best way to quit smoking is not by weening yourself off of tobacco, but to instead drop the drug entirely.

Certain nonsense I had quit 'cold turkey' once. Took a good month of hard discipline to fight the cravings. Started up again after a couple years.

Vaped once and it was as easy as flipping a switch. That was about 8 years ago.

Self mixed juice for a couple years reducing it until it was a very low percentage. Eventually ran out of juice to mix and just never re-ordered more.


On Tuesday's broadcast of MSNBC's "The Last Word," Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said that her takeaway on the evacuation of Afghanistan from the Senate's | Clips

She's right It wasn't American owned equipment. It was given to Afghanistan so it was theirs

Listen to your betters you dirty peasants


A scientist advising the government on the UK's response to the Chinese coronavirus has predicted that a "substantial third wave" is coming.

Well, they are right. Not enough folks there have had it so it can't help but go wild.


Just erase the name "George Floyd" from your mind. People who bring his name up as a justification for the idiocy they call 'reform' want to evoke an emotional response from you. They want you to react in anger. They desperately need you to respond the way the way you do because they need you to appear even more unreasonable than they are to make their ideas palatable.

And like good obedient domesticated animals, when they say bark you bark.

Stop allowing yourself to be manipulated by these people. Recognize the reality. Policing does need reform because its priorities are entirely out of whack. The first priority is to be a revenue agent. Mostly in the form of traffic enforcement.(don't BS and say you follow traffic laws - every time you drive you violate at least one such law.) Traffic enforcement is the sotto voce rationale that leads to Priority#2 on the road.

The second priority is prohibition. It failed with alcohol, but weed, heroin, meth, etc are magically different . The prohibitionists say prohibition will in fact work here we just haven't prohibitioned hard enough.

I find it exceptionally easy to not be a murderer, thief or rapist. I suspect most of you equally find it easy to not be any of those things as well. As such we ought to never have to worry about having our door kicked in by a bunch of guys dressed like they expect to find Osama hiding in the closet. But I do have to worry about this because Policing Priority #2 says its imperative that Cops be allowed to bust in a guy's door at 3AM because if we waited till morning, and/or gave him time to respond to our knocks the major drug lord criminal mastermind might manage to flush the dozens of full size weed plants we expect to find in his home down the toiled leaving us with no evidence.


A study being released shortly after Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has confirmed Democrats will lead an effort to legalize marijuana nationwide has revealed that states where the drug already is allowed under state laws have seen "an increase in deadly car crashes."

The drug war is the primary vehicles for eroding our Constitutionally guaranteed rights

2A important to you? Its very important to me. Prohibitions in desired goods lead to assaults on 2A. Erosion of 2A began with alcohol prohibition which ultimately lead to the NFA. The criminal element that arises due to the WoD is constantly used to justify violating 2A.

Its also a huge anti-cop program - "follow the law and you have nothing to worry about" is a bunch of crap. Not a single one of us is really safe from having our property stolen if we happen to have a wad of lawfully acquired cash in our wallet and we happen to get pulled over for rolling through a read light.(asset forfeiture) Not a one of us is safe from having our home assaulted in the middle of the night by a team of black clad storm troopers, as though we are harboring El Chapo himself in our home, because enforcing the WoD demands such tactics.

The real problem is that Pols aren't going far enough. They want to give the appearance of ending the WoD to score points while effectively keeping it going.


Sad. Tragic. And terrifying.Words can barely describe my feelings upon learning of the death of a 21-month-old New Hampshire girl late last year, a victim of fentanyl poisoning after being left alone with the deadly substance by parents rendered senseless by the drug. It’s a heartbreaking case, and one that highlights a frightening fact: fentanyl is more than a dangerously addictive drug; it has the power to kill the unaware and the unassuming; people who have never tried drugs and never go near illicit substances. Fentanyl is a weapon of mass destruction, and deserves to be classified as such.

Smart, very smart

The militaristic, 4th amendment violating, war on drugs (war on American citizens) that hasn't worked for 50+ years has failed, but this is going to finally change the trajectory. Victory in the WoD is finally within our grasp!

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Smart, very smart

The militaristic, 4th amendment violating, war on drugs (Americans) that hasn't worked for 50+ years has failed, but this is going to finally change the trajectory. Victory is in sight!!


George Floyd trial starts with empaneling jurors who will consider former police officer Derek Chauvin's actions and how to hold him accountable.

Missing the damn point people

70-90% of what Cops are tasked with doing these days is a bunch of fake made up crimes.

Keep them focused on actual, real crimes - theft, assault, murder, and not on enforcing whatever the arbitrary prohibition of the day is and relations between citizens and police will improve.

Heck, Cops are so trained these days to enforce fake crimes that I suspect many of them wouldn't bat an eye at being sent door to door to collect the guns, despite claiming otherwise.


Reporters for Australia's ABC Tasmania have reportedly been warned to avoid using the term ‘pedophile’ when referring to an accused serial child molestor, for fear of “discouraging” non-offending pedophiles from seeking help.

accused != convicted

Lets not forget accusations are not concrete facts


A member of the WHO team in Wuhan has said more work is needed to trace genetic elements of Covid-19 in bat caves as the group tests the possibility that the virus circulated long before it was first identified.