Archive for January 19th, 2011

January 19, 2011

‘Racist’ Gun Owners Saves Their Lives, Waiting on Police

by lewwaters

Few are actually ever faced with a situation of a home invasion, but they do happen, more than they should.

With Michael Moore coming out claiming gun owners are racist, will he hold a demonstration outside this Oklahoma woman’s home or call for the prosecution of the woman in Indiana?

Is this woman also racist?

In both of these instances, the intruders were white.

January 19, 2011

Sen. Don Benton’s Reaction to Governor Gregoire’s State of the State Address

by lewwaters

Senator Don Benton, Republican 17th legislative district gives his reaction to the recent ‘State of the State’ address.

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Newly elected GOP representative Ann Rivers gave the Republican rebuttal to the address here

January 19, 2011

ACLU Sues King Co. Over Canceling Anti-Israel Bush Ads

by lewwaters

In December, King County Washington accepted ads indicting Israel for “War Crimes” that were soon canceled due to public outrage, mentioned HERE, cancellation HERE.

In the current atmosphere of hateful rhetoric being condemned, the ACLU of Washington has filed a federal lawsuit against King County claiming “King County violated the First Amendment rights of the group that sought to place the ad on the sides of Metro Transit buses.”

The ads, created by the the Seattle Mideast Awareness Campaign set off a firestorm of criticism prompting “three other organizations planning to run counter-ads portraying Israel as a victim of Palestinian terrorism.”

King County Metro Executive Dow Constantine said when canceling the ads and counter-ads, “The escalation of this issue from one of 12 local bus placards to a widespread and often vitriolic international debate introduces new and significant security concerns that compel reassessment.”

Read more at the Seattle Times

With the ACLU support of “hate crimes” legislation, perhaps they should define just what is “hate speech” and “free speech” from their ranks as they seem to be all over the board on the subject.