“If, like many people, you are disgusted by the behavior of Israel and happen to blog about, say, the latest massacre in Gaza; the desperate situation the Palestinians are in; the carnage in Lebanon or the provocation of UNIFIL peacekeepers; the threat of attacking Iran or any of the other nefarious deeds that Israel is allowed to get away with, then there is a reasonable chance that you may attract the attention of GIYUS.”
GIYUS - www.giyus.org - is a global digital movement of activists who campaign on behalf of Israel. (via anoncentral)
WASHINGTON — A Washington state bill, S.B. 5618, that would allow police officers, or “school resource officers,” to search students without probable cause or parental consent, passed the State Senate Monday, 30-19.
The legislation would allow police to search a student’s person, locker and possessions if they are believed to be violating the law or any school rule. Searches are already mandatory under state law if a student is suspected of possessing a firearm.
Earlier this month, California police boss Ken James said as part of the concerted effort to wreck the Second Amendment that guns are not used for self-defense.
“One issue that always boggles my mind is that the idea that a gun is a defensive weapon,” James said. “That is a myth. A gun is not a defensive weapon.”
He then went on to describe how police use guns. “A gun is an offensive weapon used to intimidate and show power. Police officers don’t carry a gun as a defensive weapon to defend themselves or their other officers. They carry a gun to be able to do their job in a safe and effective manner and face any oppositions we may come upon.”
[VIDEO] California police boss Ken James: “Guns are not used for self-defense. That is a myth”
Top Photo: San Diego, CA — Federal roadblocks and checkpoints are springing up in the zealous search for an ex-LAPD officer suspected of murder. Not only are vehicles being searched without probable cause or a warrant, but 600 homes were searched in Big Bear, CA.
Bottom Photo: Big Bear Lake, CA — California Highway Patrol forcibly search vehicles on the road at gunpoint, as they aggressively search for the ex-LAPD officer accused of murder.
One man, one excuse is all that is needed to suspend innocent people’s rights and impose police state tactics.