We were out in the local parks this weekend. At the last one as I was trying to get him out the gate, he said ‘Daddy, It’s really HOT out here but, 5 more minutes please.’
WTH is this world coming to?
CLEVELAND (AP) — An Ohio man says he was giving money to a panhandler in a wheelchair when the cash fell to the ground and he was cited by police for littering.
WJW-TV reports John Davis, of Elyria, could have been ticketed for donating to a panhandler but instead was cited for a potentially more expensive violation issued to people who dump trash. It’s a $344 ticket, plus court costs and attorney fees.
The 42-year-old Davis says he was driving May 17 when he spotted the panhandler and reached out of his vehicle to give the man a couple of dollars, but the money dropped.
(H/T Fox Nation)
Memorial Day is the day that we salute all the women and men who have served our country and given their life in the name of freedom. In war and peace these brave individuals make sacrifices far beyond what most of us appreciate. In the name of freedom, they give up the comfort and convenience of civilian life in order to protect our rights and liberties. Without their devotion to duty and dedication to freedom there simply would not be a United States of America.
On this Memorial Day, please make a point of remembering those women and men who have given the last full measure of devotion in the cause of freedom.
Via MRC TV
The broadcast media’s blackout on news of the Catholic Church’s lawsuit against the Obama administration continues apace, while the news media covers much more important events like who won American Idol.
So it’s no wonder that MRCTV’s Dan Joseph found only one person yesterday who knew about the lawsuit. Most of those interviewed knew more about the American Idol winner than the Catholic Church lawsuit thanks to the media blackout.
I just LOVE these surprise homecomings. This one happened before the Phillies/Cardinals game the other night.
Via the Gateway Pundit, Spc. Will Johanson, a military policeman assigned to the 463rd Military Police Company, 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, surprises his girlfriend, Shelby Fetsch, during the FOX Sports Midwest “This One’s For You” military appreciation pre-game show at Busch Stadium May 25, 2012. Johanson and his company are currently stationed at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
After Google’s whiz-bang Project Glass video dropped a few months ago, I think we were all curious about what the so-called “Google Glasses” would actually be able to do. Though we recently learned that the final product is unlikely to achieve everything shown in the video, we recently got a whole, WHOLE lot more information the futuristic Glasses, as Google has, for the first time, let non-Google employees wear the prototypes and report their experiences.