This article is posted to point out the absurdity of "The Left's" constant call for more gun control. Here we have a 25 year old, arrested 25 times, AS AN ADULT, convicted of four felonies, one of which was a gun violation. AND WE NEED MORE GUN LAWS. Give me a break. Seems to me you already have all the tools you need to keep idiots like this off the street, but if you aren't going to even open the tool box there isn't much hope. But, then again, the whole agenda is not to disarm these thugs, it's to disarm law abiding gun owners.
A convicted felon was charged with shooting a Chicago Police officer during a foot pursuit late Wednesday in the Rosemoor neighborhood on the Far South Side.
Anthony Woodridge, 25, was charged with felony counts of attempted first degree murder, aggravated discharge of a firearm and aggravated battery by discharge of a firearm, according to Chicago Police.
By Larry Alton
With so much in disarray, President Trump had his work cut out for him entering office. However, he promised to make the VA a focal point, so it’s fair game to hold him accountable and see how he’s doing. And if you cut through all of the media noise and BS, you’ll see that he’s actually making some headway. Here are just a few examples of small wins and steady steps in the right direction:
By M.D. Kittle
by HEATHER WILHELM
Wealthy blue-state foes of the GOP tax bill face a harsh look in the mirror.
Ah, yes. Thank goodness for people like Nancy Pelosi, Jerry Brown, the New York Times editorial board, and other blue-state stalwarts, whose No. 1 concern is to fight this pernicious money grab by a sinister, well-organized, and garishly wealthy elite! But hark, New York Times: What have we here? Why, it’s an analysis from your own news pages, dated December 5, with a doozy of a headline: “Among the Tax Bill’s Biggest Losers: High-Income, Blue State Taxpayers.” Full Story....Here
By Richard Rail
#NeverTrumps are having a time trying to force-fit Donald Trump into the usual categories of president. He's ideological, or he's pro-business, or he's pro-military or populist or what have you. They completely miss the central point of Donald Trump's presidency, which is to get rid of all the government blocks; bottlenecks; you-can'ts; oh-buts; restrictions; impediments; and, oh yeah, corruption that get in the way of people getting ahead in their lives. He knows all about it because he has had to deal with these roadblocks in his own businesses. Full Story....Here