NJ: Going to hell, one hand-basket at a time
New Jersey Judge Rules Muslim Man’s Right to Rape as Religious Freedom
Just as in what the woman must do, and the definition of the word Islam – some libtard judge in NJ submitted to his will, attempting to make Sharia Law ok here. Fortunately, in the end, an appellate court had some sense. Still though… WTF???
The “Tribute in Light” memorial is in remembrance of the events of September 11, 2001, in honor of the citizens who lost their lives in the World Trade Center attacks. The two towers of light are composed of two banks of high wattage spotlights that point straight up from a lot next to Ground Zero. The “Tribute in Light” memorial was first held in March 2002. This photo was taken from Liberty State Park, New Jersey on September11, 2006, the five year anniversary of 9/11. USAF photo by Denise Gould.
Man threatens woman and her 5 year old son. Woman produces handgun and robber runs away. Of course, if you ask a gun grabber like Chuck Schumer or Hillary Clinton, they’d tell you the mother was putting her child at risk by having a gun. Somehow, we think the mother AND the robber would disagree…
Woman uses gun to scare off robber at Izzy’s in Hazel Dell
h/t – Anything about guns, on Facebook.
Burning the Quran
Personally I think it’s idiotic and divisive, and I would especially be very annoyed if it caused unnecessary harm to any of our troops or civilians overseas. I’d add pointless into the mix to describe it too, but it clearly has a point – to incite anger and fan the flames of hatred. But really, speaking of intentionally fueling the fire – is it any different than building a mosque at ground zero in NYC?
What separates us from them, and makes us better people, is that we’re free to do it here. Hell, they’re even free to do it here too! How many times has the Bible been burned? or the US flag, or the Constitution? How many times have those things been burned on their soil even?
I bet you couldn’t get away (alive) with burning a Quran on their soil. Just food for thought…