In the News – Kaepernick – Jefferson State – North Korea – Arpiao

Another Full day of news.

First Up, Colin Kaepernick.   People think the NFL is blackballing him and think the reason is for the disrespect of our Country.   While I don’t like Colin for disrespecting this country, I also disliked his ability to play last year.   He had the worst score in the NFL and was an embarrassment to the San Francisco 49rs.  I laugh at those that will boycott the NFL because nobody will hire him.   He is a rich spoiled brat that played well for a couple of years.   He has a considerable amount of baggage that comes with him.   I  agree with the NFL for leaving him on the curb.

Second is the bad news for the Jefferson State movement.  Citizens for Fair Representation vs. Alex Padilla was vacated today by Judge Mueller.   I am very concerned when such a controversial and important case to our Federal Republic was vacated.  To me it appears that the Judge was bought off by special interests,  Pelosi, Feinstein, Boxer, Harris, Brown and Holder.   This is not going to go away.   Citizens have a right to remove this judge in a recall election and the State of Jefferson has the votes to do so.   I will be signing when the petition comes out.  Shame on Judge Mueller.

North Korea tried to flex its muscle today by launching three short range ICBM’s. The first reports from the United States Media is  one blew up right after launch and the other two failed in flight.   In a later report, the U.S. military report was in line with South Korea – that all of the missiles were successful.   So, is our intelligence reporting that bad?   Why would our intelligence report 3 missiles blew up when the South Korea intelligence reporting said they all fired correctly.   This seems to be a massive failure within our intelligence community.

My question would be –  How can we shoot down a North Korean missile when we don’t even know if the launches were successful or not?   This is not a minor error in communication.  It is a major blunder by the United States intelligence services.

North Korea has to be laughing about this blunder.

President Trump pardoned 85 year old Sheriff Joe Arpiao today.   I for one think that was a good move.   I lived in Phoenix for 5 years and he did a wonderful job controlling crime and immigration issues.  I thought his tent city in the desert was a fitting punishment for the inmates.   For a man that dedicated his life to law enforcement I found that the Judicial system in Arizona gave him a bum deal.

Finally, this one makes me angry.  A First Grader was sent to the office for misgendering a student.   I have enclosed the article here.  When the LGBT, Transgender issue transcends into Kindergarten and First Grade it is time to make a stand.  I wonder why our education system is so messed up.

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6 Responses

  1. Don says:

    Mike,

    It makes me sick to think that our educational systems give more rights to the LGBT than to what use to be a normal functioning class room. I mean kindergarden really! By normal I mean by the way we were raised in the early sixties before liberalism took over our institution and made it an environment that seems to be like the 40;s in Germany,The brown shirts would be proud in the way things are being run now. I mean do we as parents now have to go down and fight for every inch of our children’s rights as normal behaving students who just want a normal education without being harassed because they made a simple freaking error in the speaking the English language. Today if my kids were in that school or any school like this, I would immediately take them out and put them in a private christian school that would not have such a problem like this to deal with. But i am sure they will try to figure out a way to destroy them to. What has happened to America? God forbid!

    Don. .

    • Mike G. says:

      This is an illness that has spread across America. There are so many LGBT (Transgenders) because it is cool. Most of these kids are quite mixed up and I blame parenting and the media on the issue. It is not “normal” to have these tendencies. But you are cool by being that way because it brings a large amount of attention to you from everywhere. All of the sudden Shrinks, the Government and Doctors are surrounding you to coddle you. There was a disease that took you out in the past for this type of behavior – AIDS. Nature has a way to deal with these oddities, I do try to understand this behavior but can’t seem to get my head wrapped around this.

      As for the kids – I agree – The Educational system is completely broken and the only options for a normal education is a paid school – charter school – Christian school etc. Public schools seem to have very big issues that they are subjecting the children too. It is no longer math, english, science and history kids struggle with. It is the sexuality being pushed in the classroom by the millennial group of teachers and parents.

      Nobody lives forever – and all of these people will face Judgement Day.

  2. Mike says:

    Denver is thinking of Hiring Kaepernick. It would be devistating for the team and the teams name if this person was brought aboard. Not only is his talents weak, he is un-american. I am not sure that would sit well with the Denver Broncos Fans.

  3. Colleen says:

    It’s really quite simple. Where there are no consequences or cost to the individual doing harm, there will be no change. Codependency is not compassion. It is enabling someone strong to harm someone weaker. It is robbing a person of their dignity & honor by allowing them to believe their decisions and actions do not matter. If we truly honored them, we would allow their circumstances and decisions to reap the harvest of natural consequence. Sometimes that consequence is well-deserved jail time. And that doesn’t mean we let them out really early because there are too many criminals.

  4. Mike says:

    I am not sure why law enforcement stands around not reacting to these violent people. They are supposed to arrest and detain people breaking the law. Are they afraid to act? Because of the violence against the police are they afraid they will get shot? The only way to get this under control is overwhelming forces. We know when big protests are going to occur. Perhaps the national guard should be assisting the police in crowd control and arrests. A few months in jail would give these thugs time to think about what they have done. People that made bad mistakes will change. Thugs will probably never change and jail is just free food, medical, housing, pornography and drugs to them. They probably need to spend their life there. Maybe there is an island in the middle of nowhere we can dump them.