On Monday, the United States of America celebrated the civil rights advances that were made by Reverend Martin Luther King. Today, President Donald Trump took a stand for what Dr. Alveda King, the niece of the celebrated leader of non-violent opposition to racial discrimination refers to as the FIRST civil right, which is life itself.
President Trump addressed the 45th annual March for Life today. This comes two days after Dr. Alveda King stood firmly behind President Trump amid accusations from hard core leftists that the forty-fifth American leader in the Oval Office is a racist.
It’s happened again. It’s like watching the movie Groundhog Day. First, a criminal thug (this time it’s 23 year-old Syville K Smith in Milwaukee) who happens to be a person of color does something illegal. Secondly, the known felon defies police orders. Third, the non-compliant blight on society gets killed for his defiant stupidity. Fourth, the population in the local area burns down area businesses, using the incident as just another excuse to commit some more crimes (as if they needed an excuse to loot and steal, anyway as Twitter made us aware on Sunday,
Such repeated unrest is just another episode in an organized effort by the same old left wing players to create enough racial tension to make sure that Democrats have a better chance to continue doing what they do: Run organized crime from the inside of government.
Not very much about this rioting case will be broadcast on the news. It doesn’t fit the narrative of white cop shoots innocent black man that is sought by the political left. The policeman in this case who is believed to have shot Syville Smith happens to be a black man as well, according to The Daily Mail.
Shayn Roby’s Take: Any time that the subject of slavery is approached among the African American population, there is potential for misunderstanding, confusion, and anger. The whole point of the assignment was in order for each student to feel the magnitude of the hard life that was imposed upon those who were held in the bondage of slavery. The assignment was neither irrelevant nor inappropriate, but perhaps it would be wise to allow an alternative assignment to be substituted for those who feel offended..
Parents of some students in an eighth-grade English class at Hawthorne Middle School were outraged Thursday over a homework assignment requiring students to keep a first-hand diary of life as a slave for five days, describing the so-called slave journal “inappropriate and demeaning.”
Hawthorne School Superintendent Helen E. Morgan responded in a statement: “Asking students to write a journal as if they were experiencing a historical event is an appropriate teaching strategy. It requires the writer to think critically about the facts and emotions that may have impacted someone in that situation.”
Nerissa Knight reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014.
Shayn Roby’s Take: Another government agency has been created by the state of Missouri in order to allow those who conduct themselves in unlawful and inappropriate ways to continue their bellyaching and complaining in the event that they somehow survive through their deserved violent encounter with police. Perhaps if individuals like Michael Brown were to focus on not robbing convenience stores, being gunned down by a police officer would not be deemed necessary, and neither would this most current needless and frivolous waste of taxpayer dollars.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO (AP) – Missouri will have a new government agency to help low-income and minority families after sometimes violent protests erupted earlier this year following a police shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday signed an executive order creating the Office of Community Engagement.
The order follows the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by a white police officer on Aug. 9 in Ferguson and the sometimes violent protests that followed.
Former state Sen. Maida Coleman and former St. Louis City Municipal Judge Marvin Teer will lead the office in talks with the community about education, poverty and racial issues.
Nixon says the appointees will start work immediately to help develop policies to addressing racial issues.
Shayn Roby’s Take: Whether Bryon Smith could have done something differently or not, he has a right to defend his property. To convict him of pre-meditated murder, for shooting two invaders dead when they broke into his home is an outrageous miscarriage of justice.
Fox News — LITTLE FALLS, Minn. – A Minnesota homeowner who shot and killed two teenagers during a break-in was convicted Tuesday of premeditated murder.
Bryon Smith had claimed he was simply defending himself during the break-in at his home in the small city of Little Falls on Thanksgiving Day 2012. Smith’s attorney said the 65-year-old was fearful after previous burglaries.
But prosecutors argued that Smith waited in his basement and intended to kill the teens. A total of nine shots were fired at 17-year-old Nick Brady and 18-year-old Haile Kifer.
Jurors began deliberating Tuesday morning and within three hours had a verdict: Guilty on two counts each of first-degree and second-degree murder. Mothers of the teens cried as the verdicts were read, while Smith showed no emotion. Defense attorney Steve Meshbesher said he would appeal.
The teens’ killings stirred debate around the state and in Little Falls — a…
Three men are being tried for the horrible crime of sharing the love of Jesus. According to Vine of Life News, the criminal trial for three men who were arrested for reading the Bible aloud outside of a California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office in Hemet, California began on Monday. The incident occurred in February 2011 when Pastor Brett Coronado, Mark Mackey and Edward Florez, Jr. went to the DMV to evangelize those who were waiting for the facility to open. As they stood on the public sidewalk, Mackey began to read out loud from the Bible.
However, soon after, he was approached by a security officer at the DMV, who asked him to move elsewhere. The men then asserted that they had a First Amendment right to stand on the sidewalk, and Mackey continued to read from the Scriptures.
Approximately 10 minutes later, a California patrol officer arrived on the scene, grabbed Mackey’s Bible, and put him in handcuffs. He informed the men that they could not “preach to a captive audience.”