Saturday, January 29, 2022

Police in Disbelief After Wannabe Rapper Who Allegedly Shot Cop Is Let Out on Bail

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A 16-year-old boy charged with shooting a police officer in New York City is back on the streets after a judge allowed him to leave jail on $250,000 bond.

According to the Daily Caller, Camrin Williams was arrested last week after shooting officer Kaseem Pennant in the Bronx borough of New York. Williams is an aspiring rapper who goes by the stage name of “C Blu.”

The New York Post reported that the suspect is a member of a subset of the Crips gang known as the Reywey Crew.

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Watch: Leaked Video Shows Agents Get in Heated Exchange With Border Patrol Leadership During Mayorkas Visit

U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz got into a tense back and forth with agents in Laredo, Texas, Friday, as Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas paid a visit.

In video shared with Fox News by a Border Patrol source, Ortiz confirmed that “morale is at an all-time low.”

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Ben Carson Slams Biden’s Race-Based Supreme Court Pledge as ‘Abominable’ Identity Politics

Ben Carson Slams Biden’s Race-Based Supreme Court Pledge as ‘Abominable’ Identity Politics

President Joe Biden recommitted this week to nominate the first black woman to serve on the Supreme Court, claiming that it was “time” for that to happen and that black women everywhere in America deserved representation on the high court. The announcement was praised by the Left, but Dr. Ben Carson slammed the pledge as “abominable” and the latest evidence that identity politics are moving the United States away from its fundamental values such as equality.

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Jesse Watters & Candace Owens on Minnie Mouse

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Suffering, Providence, and Robert Lewis Dabney

 32. "It is to me simply incredible, that a people so shrewd and practical as those of the United States, should expect us to have discarded, through the logic of the sword merely, the convictions of a lifetime; or that they could be deceived by us, should we be base enough to assert it of ourselves. They know that the people of the South were conquered, and not convinced; and that the authority of the United States was accepted by us from necessity, and not from preference. [snip] The people of the South went to war, because they sincerely believed (what their political fathers had taught them, with one voice, for two generations) that the doctrine of State-sovereignty for which they fought, was absolutely essential as the bulwark of the liberties of the people." ~~R. L.Dabney of Virginia 

In his 1903 book, The Life and Letters of Robert Lewis Dabney, Thomas Cary Johnson wrote of his friend, colleague, and spiritual brother, “Dr. Dabney was a great man. We cannot tell just how great yet. One cannot see how great Mt. Blanc is while standing at its foot. One hundred years from now men will be able to see him better.”

This prophecy has undoubtedly proven true for those who have been privileged to read any of Dabney’s works, or who have been inspired by his example. His intellect and industry were nearly singular. For most of his vocational years, he was a professor at the Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, where he labored diligently to raise up the next generation of Christian pastors, in not only the nurture and admonition of the Lord, but in a zeal to preach the Gospel to a perishing world. But Dabney was endowed with a broad and keen intellect and a passion for many labors, and his industry extended well beyond the seminary. He was not only a professor, but a pastor and a preacher; a church architect; a prolific author; a Confederate army chaplain; and, during a critical season of the War for Southern Independence, the adjutant general to General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. After many years of faithful labor in his home state of Virginia, Dabney was appointed the first professor of moral and mental philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin. He spent his final years living on the incompletely tamed frontier of the Lone Star State. Dabney’s industry continued until the end.

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Officer Calls Out Woke DA in Emotional Eulogy

General George Patton: America’s General

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 I-95 Battle Flag Memorial Donations: 22nd Va Infantry

 Colonel George Smith Patton

Mortally wounded at the Battle of Opequon Creek (or 3rd Battle of Winchester), leaving a widow and 9-year-old son, Colonel `Patton was the grandfather of Lt. Gen. George S. Patton III, World War II 3rd Army Commander, who "… often credited his grandfather –the brave Colonel of the 22nd Virginia— as the inspiration for his military career."  "........George Sr.'s father had commanded a Confederate regiment during the Civil War and was killed in Winchester, Va.=.......Patton used to pray nightly to a painting of two men he thought were God and Jesus but were really Civil War heroes Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson........"

Outspoken. Brilliant. Arrogant. Spiritual. Vulgar. These are just a handful of the adjectives attached to George Patton, all of which described him accurately at one time or another.

A complicated man, Patton was a Christian (Episcopal), yet he often studied the Koran and the Bhagavad Gita. He prayed to a personal God and turned to the Bible for inspiration, but he also believed in reincarnation, asserting that he had lived former lives.

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