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Legalize KILLING GAY PEOPLE. California Lawyer Pushes Ballot Measure.
A California lawyer proposed a ballot initiative to legalize the execution of gay and lesbian people in the state. The measure isn't expected to end up on the ballot, since it's clearly unconstitutional, but it's drawing attention to California's bizarre ballot initiative process. California's attorney general is likely required by law to clear the initiative. But the state's Supreme Court is likely to step in and stop the measure, particularly if the proposal gets enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.
The measure would authorize the killing of gay and lesbian CaliforniansLGBT flag
Under the measure, the LGBT flag could be seen as illegal advocacy. (Shutterstock)
Orange County attorney Matt McLaughlin paid the $200 filing fee on February 26 to submit the Sodomite Suppression Act to voters on November 2016.
The proposal has no chance of becoming law, since it's unconstitutional and would most likely never get approval from California voters, but it's drawn national attention because its provisions are so abhorrent and extreme.
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Tonight I reviewed the upcoming movie from The National Geoprahpic Channel called Killing Jesus. After that I talked about and gave my opinion on the Indiana Religious Freedom Act. The law was read word for word and Indiana Governor Mike Pence's statement was read as well. Also included was a heart felt post from my daughter Brook encouraging people to do their research and not just believe everything you are told.
Join me and my panel as we discuss the friendly on the road in Europe as the USA Men's National Team head over to play Denmark at the NRGi Park in Arhus. Another tough opponent that was set up by USMNT Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
Recap of Cops Brutally Beating Floyd Dent in Inkster, MI
Fighting back tears, a Detroit man and longtime auto worker with no criminal history, described how Inkster police officers dragged him from his car one night in January, choked him, beat him and Tasered him during a traffic stop that was caught on patrol car video.
"He was beating me upside the head," Floyd Dent, 57, told a horde of reporters and TV crews during a press conference at his attorney's office Wednesday afternoon, as tears trickled his cheeks. "I was trying to protect my face with my right arm. I heard one of them say, 'tase the M...F. '"
The Jan. 28 incident was caught on police video cameras and is making national news. It shows Inkster police pulling over Dent in his 2011 tan Cadillac near South River Park Drive and Inkster Drive shortly before 10 p.m. The two officers approach with their guns drawn. As Dent opens the door, they pull him out and shove him to the ground. Dent does not appear in the video to be resisting arrest.
As he is on the ground, a police officer later identified as William Melendez has him in a choke hold, and is repeatedly pounding him on his head. A second officer is attempting to handcuff him behind his back, but Dent has his right arm up, trying to protect his face and head against Melendez.
Another officer arrives and kicks him, and then another officer Tasers Dent in the thigh and stomach as he is handcuffed. Dent, who has worked for Ford for 37 years, said he was hospitalized for two days for injuries to his face and head.
Daryl and Taylor break down the USA's disappointing 3-2 loss to Denmark, and try to figure out what Klinsmann's squad was trying to do and what went wrong.
0:00-42:00 : Denmark 3 - USA 2 recap, featuring your listener questions
42:00-54:36 : Final thank yous to our TSS supporters!
Aaron Sims of Project We Hope Dream & Believe
Floyd Dent “I’m lucky to be living. I think they was trying to kill me, especially when they had choked me. I mean, I was on my last breath. I kept telling the officer, ‘Please, I can’t breathe,’” Dent said. Dent was not armed, but was driving on a suspended license. Police said they found a bag of crack cocaine under the passenger’s seat, but Dent said it was planted.Dent, who retired from Ford Motor Co. after 37 years, has no criminal record. Dent said a blood test revealed he didn’t have any drugs in his system. “I don’t have to sell drugs. I don’t sell drugs,” Dent said.
Darrell Gardner's Horsemanship was founded upon four principles:
Showing Your Horse Love By expressing love to your horse it helps to build a good relationship and strong bond. This will lead to a better response from your horse. Gaining Respect If you don't have respect on the ground, you won't have it on the saddle. Respect is an essential part of horsemanship and it begins with good ground manners Teaching Obedience Obedience comes with consistent training. This teaches your horse what you expect and how to quickly respond to the cues given. Loyalty between the horse and trainer It all begins with gaining trust. Your initial approach is extremely important.
Here is the outline of our SONSHINE USA Bible teacher's message for today. It is from the 16th Chapter of Luke's Gospel:
1. As Christians, we are to be good managers of what God has blessed us with.
2. The Real Reason For Wealth.
3.The Law and the Prophets Vs. what was taught by John the Baptist.
4. The fate of the Rich Man Vs. Lazareth.
Tune-In for more details.....Read Luke Chapter 16.
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For the first time in a long time, all three cities in Niagara County are having a mayor's race.
In Lockport, the folks there, are discussing the first announced candidate to run against the incumbent Mayor, Anne E. McCaffrey. Michael J. Pillot, a retired policeman who lost races for mayor of Lockport in 2007 and 2011, is trying again. It's still early so there may be others.
In North Tonawanda, people seem to be a little more tight lipped about a run against the incumbent mayor.
North Tonawanda Mayor Arthur G. Pappas is still on his political honeymoon.
Before becoming mayor, Pappas was on the North Tonawanda School Board for 17 years, including a decade as its president.
He was handily elected last November to fill the seat of alderman-at-large following the sudden death of Robert Clark, but after just two weeks as alderman he was tapped to become mayor when then Mayor Ortt resigned to become state senator.
Back at home we are starting to see how this year's campaign is shaping up. Alicia Laible, former Democrat City Committee Chairperson here in Niagara Falls is announcing her 2nd bid to run for Niagara Falls city Council.
Like it or not, the Modern Diposal contract is good for five years, this is no longer about Modern, this is about the city managing this service in a way that it is adequate, fair and cost-effective.
Now let's get to our guest former assemblywoman and now chairman of the board of USA Niagara development Corporation Francine DelMonte.