Watch: Woman Exposes ‘Creepy’ Date with Accused Idaho Killer – and the Clever Trick She Used to Get Away

Imagine turning on the news to learn that police had arrested a suspect in a high-profile murder case and seeing the face – and the name – of that weird guy you had gone on a single date with seven years ago. And the evening had been as memorable for the extraordinary lengths you took to …

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Where the Boys Are

Benedict XVI, First Modern Pope to Resign, Dies at 95

****************************************************************************************************   Benedict XVI, First Modern Pope to Resign, Dies at 95 By Ian Fisher and Rachel Donadio He defined a conservative course for the Roman Catholic Church, but his papacy was noted for his struggle with the clergy sexual abuse scandal and for his unexpected resignation.   Boy Scouts, Catholic dioceses find haven from …

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The Enemy Within

     Who are they? What can one do to defeat such an enemy? How did that enemy come about? Is it moral, religious, political, or all of the above? All I can do is scratch the surface, and upon scratching it, it’s all of the above.      Why do we have an enemy within? Because …

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See It: Look on Idaho Murder Suspect’s Face as Cop Pulls Him Over on 2,000 Mile Trip to Pennsylvania

No one is ever pleased to see the appearance of flashing lights in their rear view mirror. Although individual reactions may vary from annoyance to anger over the expensive ticket that’s likely coming your way, one can only imagine how they might feel if they’d recently committed four high profile murders and police had alerted …

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Killadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer Still Tries to Obscure the Truth

The Philadelphia Police Department have released their last ‘official’ homicide report for the year, showing that 514 people have spilled out their life’s blood in the city’s mean streets. Oh, there’ll be another report tomorrow, generated by computer to update past year’s daily numbers, but the current year’s numbers are updated only Monday through Friday, …

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Helen Gym Flaherty and Broken Windows

I had started on this story ten days ago, but had dropped it. It sat in my ‘drafts’ queue for a bit, until I say this tweet from Helen Gym Flaherty,¹ formerly a Philadelphia city councilwoman, and now a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Mayor: But while the longtime activist who is typically aligned …

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Tranche #7 of the ‘Twitter Files’ Drops and It’s a Doozy

Independent journalist Michael Shellenberger dropped the seventh tranche of the “Twitter Files” on Monday and it was a doozy. The latest data dump portrays the FBI in the worst light yet. Agents took possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop in late December 2019 following a call from John Paul Mac Isaac, the proprietor of the small computer …

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Once again, De-escalation training is needed for civilians, not for cops.

De-escalation training is not for people in mental crisis, and unless a suspect is willing to de-escalate, it won’t work. Again, according to our political betters, we need to teach the cops to de-escalate. Not the civilians. While on patrol last week I found this interesting article on what our great leaders (excuse me, just …

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Huge: FTX Insider Turns on Sam Bankman-Fried

According to a new filing in the bankruptcy case of cryptocurrency exchange FTX, it was an insider who spilled the beans on the company’s disgraced founder, Sam Bankman-Fried. CNBC reported that Wednesday’s filing contained a letter from the Bahama’s Securities Commission to the commissioner of police which said they’d been informed of potential fraudulent activity within FTX …

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‘Not Fit for Humanity:’ Here’s the Prison Disgraced Dem Donor Sam Bankman-Fried May Spend 2 Months In

There’s only one game in town for those who break the law in the Bahamas – the notorious Fox Hill detention center. Unfortunately for disgraced FTX founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, he may be calling this facility home for the next two months. Considering Bankman-Fried to be a flight risk, a Nassau judge denied his …

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Maxine Waters Tries to Pull Fast One and End FTX Hearing, But GOP Rep Stops Her Dead in Her Tracks

Having been arrested the previous day in the Bahamas, the star of the show, Sam Bankman-Fried, was unable to attend Tuesday’s House Financial Services Committee hearing on the stunning collapse of FTX. But as they say, the show, presided over by the petulant and uber entitled committee chair, Rep. Maxine Waters, went on. The congresswoman from California …

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Our Duty to Combat Evil

Whether you use one of many starting points, where we were warned by people who lived through some of the most horrific examples of tyranny and terror, like Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s life in Gulag Archipelago, or the Bible, where so many examples of wickedness and evil subjected the Jews of those times horrific pain, suffering and …

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What, Did Someone Recover From Being Dead?

We have already noted that there are questions concerning the homicide numbers in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Police Department’s Current Crime Statistics page reported that there had been 488 murders as of 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, December 11th. At 9:21 AM EST on Monday, December 12th, Stevee Keeley of Fox 29 News tweeted: Identity & …

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Why Would Anyone Want to Become a Cop These Days?

Following the unfortunate death of methamphetamine-and-fentanyl crazed drug addict and previously convicted felon George Floyd while he was resisting a legitimate arrest in Minneapolis, the left went wild, and “Defund the Police“, as though the problem wasn’t crime, but people being arrested for committing crimes. This stupid notion was popular with the street agitators, and …

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