Utility Worker Stops Robbery with Concealed Weapon

Say what you will about the legality of carrying concealed weapons, but this story proves that allowing the general public to have access to guns can save lives and stop crime! A would-be armed robbery suspect was shot dead Monday morning while attempting to hold-up three utility workers in north county, the St. Louis County Police Department said. According to Sgt. Brian Schellman, a county police spokesman, the incident occurred around 8:55 a.m. around the intersection of Lynncrest and Crown Read more […]

How the Security State Makes Us Easy Prey for Criminals

A Saint Louis robbery shows how national security policy at stadiums provides us as easy prey for the lawless. Missouri has concealed carry for those with a permit. But sports are a major activity in St. Louis. Thanks to the security state, the government basically gives criminals a happy hunting ground of unarmed potential victims. Anyone who drives into St. Louis and parks their vehicle to go to a game knows that he or she will have to go through a metal detector. Women aren’t even allowed Read more […]

Ferguson Sued for Running Debtors’ Prison

Federal lawsuit alleges that jailing poor for inability to pay fines amounts to debtors’ prison. It is important to remember that long before the shooting of Michael Brown, various reporters had noticed the re-emergence of what is basically debtors’ prison. I posted about the “re-invention” of debtors’ prisons back in December 2013.  There was nothing noticeably “racial” about the story initially because the real issue was not one’s race but one’s income level. When the Read more […]

Michael Brown Witness Dorian Johnson Now on Public Payroll

Dorian Johnson, whose story made a city burn, is now working for local government. I thought I was beyond shock. I was wrong. This is beyond unbelievable. The man who caused disruption beyond measure across the country, and untold agony and destruction in his own hometown due to his demonstrably and verified false testimony… has been hired by the government. Here’s a St. Louis Post-Dispatch headline: “Michael Brown witness Dorian Johnson hired to do work for city of St. Louis.” Dorian Read more […]

Riots Are a Choice! Comparing St. Louis to Beavercreek, Ohio

// So here is a young African American man who was gunned down by police. Police say they acted appropriately and rationally. Others contend that it makes no sense. It looks like John Crawford scared someone because he wanted to buy an air rifle. His wife was on the phone with him when he was shot and insists the police story cannot be true. His parents want the store video of the incident to be handed over because they are certain it will vindicate their son. As WCPO reports, Crawford’s father, Read more […]

St. Louis Riots are Another Reason to Be Armed

I noticed last night that the St. Louis riots across town from my home caught the attention of Matt Drudge. Sunday night a QuickTrip in Ferguson, a suburb of St. Louis, was robbed and burned to the ground by rioters and looters. Yesterday, violent incidents were reported at the Galleria Mall. There were also various incidents of violence and looting in several locations. The triggering event was a police shooting. Some are saying that the shooting victim was unarmed and was not refusing to cooperate. Read more […]

Parents, Whom Barack Obama Has Not Yet Disarmed, Shoot Gunmen & Rescue Daughter

Today, I love my town! From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Police say a 17-year-old girl who lived at the home was outside retrieving something from her car when she was approached by two masked and armed men who forced her into her house, using her as a shield. The teen’s father, 34, saw the men walking up with his daughter, got his firearm and fired several shots at them, striking both of the men as they entered his home. The teen’s mother, 34, also retrieved a gun and fired once at the Read more […]

St. Louis Serves Subsidized Fast Food: Will Higher Minimum Wage Law Help?

I’ve been hearing a lot of noise lately on my local public radio station about how the area is suffering do to fast food restaurants refusing to pay their workers more. The St. Louis Business Journal reports: Fast food workers and other minimum-wage earners told lawmakers Monday at St. Louis City Hall that their wages should be raised so that they don’t have to rely on public assistance. The workers and their advocates touted a highly-publicized study, published recently by the University of Read more […]

Black Knockout Game Player Killed by Armed Homeowner

Are you familiar with the Knockout Game?  It is a racially motivated violent game that targets whites.  How is it played? You start with a group of blacks that number anywhere from 3 to 30 people.  As a group, they search for white people, preferably alone, elderly and somewhat defenseless.  If they can’t find any, Asians are the next ethnic group targeted.  When a target is selected, at least one of the blacks approaches the target and then suddenly sucker punches them in the face as hard Read more […]