Thursday, December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas


I hope you all have a wonderful day, whether you celebrate Christmas or not. As this year winds down, it's nice to reflect on the good things and enjoy time with your family and friends.

I must apologize for the lack of postings lately. I've had to take on a 2nd job and some freelance work. 6-4 hrs of daily sleep has taken its toll and I've been too exhausted. I'm not complaining, though. The extra money has ensured my family still has a roof over their heads and food to eat.

I'll be posting more as time frees up.

Merry Christmas.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Former Sheriff Mark Kessler Admits To Being An Agent Provocateur


Yesterday on “The Alan Colmes Show,” former police chief Mark Kessler admitted to working for "an agency" to catch domestic terrorists.
COLMES: Were you working for the federal government?
KESSLER: Yes, I can’t say what agency.

More here.

Be careful who you trust.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Selco: The Cost of Violence


If you survive the violence, can you survive the mental aftermath? There's always a price.
For all this that I wrote here, people have name, they label it with words PTSD. But real point is that once violence enters your life, once it becomes part of you, you belong to that violence. To the rest of the life. In the famous US series Dexter he calls this “his dark passenger” and this dark side will stay with you.
 

Nothing romantic about it. And every time when I see on TV or wherever some anniversaries of military events, and when I see those guys under the banners and old flags, no matter what country and what war they have same expression on their face.

(read it all here)
h/t WRSA