Sunday, September 30, 2012
Our dog Marty was mauled to death/killed by 2 dogs trained to fight by a cocaine selling owner. Blaming a gun on killing someone is like blaming a pitbull for killing someone. A gun cannot by itself kill someone. A human being has to use it as a tool to kill. Exactly the same with a pitbull or a mistaken mixed breed dog that looks similair to a pit bull. I grew up playing with my aunts pitbulls, I have many friends with the breed and this photo describes their docile nature. A golden retriever can be trained to kill or maul if it is in the hands of criminal. please Hate the trainer who teaches any dog to be violent. Not the breed please.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
sounds like someone in the House has some explaining to do. She had already complied with orders to quiet down before she was arrested. The gallery was already under control when the House Speaker made h is demand. article here.
Posted by Zman Now I have a disability, (blindness) and I can say for a fact that my mother never had an abortion. I have several friends who have children with disabilities and they never had abortions either. This guy if he did say this is a complete idiot. Also does not make "god" seem very loving and caring. If god does behave this way it makes him seem rather vindictive. Not the kind of higher being I'd choose to believe in. article here.
Saturday, September 15, 2012
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
To all you retailers and service providers doing promotions today, such as $9.11 oil changes and $911 mattress sets, that's called exploitation of tragedy, and we at Candidradio think it's pretty sick. Shame on you for trying to make money off a national tragedy.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Facebook seems to be deleting Pages with a liberal political bias while allowing those with racist view points. Sounds like Fasebook is censoring free speach. From the article "I built my business through Facebook. I met and connected with my employees through Facebook. I’ve spent thousands of dollars of my businesses’ money on advertising through facebook, and I’ve spent thousands and thousands of hours on Facebook. It’s outrageous that I would get deleted for political activism while blatantly racist pages are allowed to stay up" article here.
Saturday, September 08, 2012
Glad to see the Baltimore Ravens basically told this Homophobe to jump in the lake and chose the right path of supporting equality. The Ravens just two new fan. From the article. "The Baltimore Ravens rejected a call from Delegate Emmett C Burns Jr, to reprimand Brendon Ayanbadejo, who recorded a video for a gay rights advocacy group last year. Ravens’ General Manager Dick Cass issued a statement today saying, “We support Brendon’s right to freedom of speech under the First Amendment,” UPI reported." article here.
Saturday, September 01, 2012
It is just sad that these groups think it is OK to use religion as an excuse to bully others. Groups like Focus on the Family are nothing more than hate groups trying to use religion as an excuse to spread hate. There policy suggestions are in the article below. article here. From the article "Bullying policies should use “precise” definitions. The goal of this is to prioritize “free speech” over a safe learning environment. ADF even suggests that some forms of harassment might be “objectively reasonable,” implying that the bully should always be given the benefit of the doubt while the impact on the victim is disregarded. Bullying policies should not apply to “religious, political, philosophical, or other protected student speech.” Like states that have tried to pass similar laws, this amounts to a “license to bully.” Given that anti-gay bullying is often justified by religious beliefs, such an exemption would invite bullying to persist, defeating the point of a comprehensive policy. Bullying policies should not examine intent or include “re-education.” According to this ideal, a student who believes it’s okay to violently harass a gay student should never be taught to understand the nature of sexual orientation. Education about LGBT issues has been repeatedlyproven to make schools safer, but ADF remains adamantly opposed. Bullying policies should never highlight certain characteristics (i.e. race, sexual orientation). Obviously, any sensible bullying policy covers all students, but it’s important to recognize certain types of bullying that often go unaddressed. Minnesota’s Anoka-Hennepin School District provides a prime example of how teachers and administrators neglected to interrupt anti-gay bullying or properly protect LGBT students. Bullying policies should have no reporting requirements. The only way to actually address a bullying problem is to identify it. A policy with no reporting requirements for teachers is a policy with no accountability. ADF worries teachers and staff might “over-report bullying,” again, seeking to protect the bullies and not the victims. Bullying policies should ignore cyberbullying and off-campus speech. Studies have shown that 90 percent of teens have experienced cyberbullying, but ADF believes it’s possible to distinguish between cyberbullying that happens on-campus or off-campus. Again, this reflects a commitment to protecting bullies’ speech instead of victims’ learning environment. Bullying policies should not include any trainings or materials from “homosexual activist groups.” ADF doesn’t believe students should actually learn about why not to bully, only how not to bully, suggesting schools “limit the instruction to a description of bullying behavior.” Learning about LGBT people is important for all young people, even if they may not identify, and it’s completely outlandish for ADF to claim such materials “promote homosexual behavior.” Bullying policies should always inform parents if their child is bullied or accused of bullying. This policy would be incredibly problematic for LGBT students who experience bullying, who would very likely be outed to their parents through this process. The leading reason 40 percent of homeless youth are LGBT is family rejection, so schools should consider each case independently and act in ways that best protect each child. ADF’s priority is a notion of “parents’ rights” that can further harm LGBT students or protect bullies from remediation. Bullying policies should ignore anonymous complaints. Bullying creates a culture of fear, even for bystanders. Any student with the courage to report bullying, even anonymously, should be taken seriously. Again, ADF’s policy blatantly ensures more bullying goes unaddressed. Bullying laws should exempt private schools. The state guarantees an educational experience for all young people, and just as private schools should be held accountable to academic standards, so too should they be held accountable for safe learning environments." Just sad that people think this is OK.