- 2:12 pm Monday, September 15th, 2014 by George Mathis
The worst thing that ever happened to me as I walked home from a bar in Atlanta was finding a couple actively engaged in romance on my front lawn.
I ignored them and went inside.
No one died.
India is nothing like Los Angeles Avenue.
There, it is reported at least 13 have been killed by a man-eating leopard who has developed a taste for besotted human flesh.
An International Business News reporter says the big cat has “targeted drinkers” and preyed upon 13 “sozzled victims” in a rural area in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Villagers are now carrying sticks with them when they [More]
- 6:26 pm Thursday, September 11th, 2014 by George Mathis
In Atlanta, an estimated 200 girls are sold as sex slaves each month, but the darkness that fuels the sex trafficking industry can be found everywhere.
Today I ran across two stories in the Indianapolis Star that prove that sad point.
In the first, a man was visiting his ex-wife and her boyfriend, which doesn’t sound like a good idea. Turns out he was able to play the role of hero when he rescued a caged woman being held as a sex slave.
The man, Ronald Higgs, should have known something was awry when his ex-wife’s trailer had no running water or [More]
- 1:53 pm Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 by George Mathis
Most Americans think marijuana should be legalized.
There’s no poll on this but I think most of those same Americans would think marijuana should not be purchased with welfare funds.
But, that can happen in states that have legalized marijuana, according to a story on The Washington Times website.
An Alabama Republican, Sen. Jeff Sessions, is eager to close the “welfare-for-weed” loophole, he said Tuesday.
Sessions said the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services told him EBT cards, the debit cards used by those eligible for food stamps and cash assistance, can be used at legal marijuana shops.
The secretary [More]
- 4:57 pm Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 by George Mathis
What will be the last thing you see before you die?
Hopefully, it will be something nice like a loved one holding your hand or the Braves winning the World Series.
For a Detroit motorcyclist who died after striking a car at high speed, his last vision may have been of someone stealing his ride.
Channel 4 in Detroit has video of the crash involving a car turning left in front of a speeding motorcycle.
After impact, the motorcycle and its driver slid about a block down the street, the reporter says. Within minutes, someone hopped on the motorcycle and rode away.
The thief [More]
- 4:24 pm Monday, September 8th, 2014 by George Mathis
UPDATE: 11 people have now been arrested in the attack. One suspect is 19, the other 10 are minors ranging in age from 14 to 16.
The next time you are in Memphis near Poplar Plaza, get the hell out of there.
Various local news stations are reporting three people were beaten Saturday when an estimated 100 youths swarmed a parking lot and beat anyone who didn’t run.
A video taken by one witness shows the swarm and features the witness laughing as the mob gets a “white dude.”
- 4:40 pm Friday, September 5th, 2014 by George Mathis
“For God and Country” is a phrase often used by the military.
It’s the official motto of the American Legion, and it was the phrase used by Navy SEALS to confirm the death of Osama bin Laden.
So, perhaps it should come as no surprise that Air Force recruits must now say “so help me God” while reciting the required oath of enlistment.
The Air Force Times tells us the story of an atheist airman at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada who was denied reenlistment last month for refusing to recite the oath fully.
The airman crossed out “so help me God” [More]
- 5:32 pm Thursday, September 4th, 2014 by George Mathis
Laws exist for many reasons, but at least some are designed to protect decent people like me and you from those who would rob us of our most valued possessions.
But some laws seem to turn law enforcers into the robbery crew.
CNN tells us the city of Philadelphia has seized 500 homes in 2014, some for what seem to be minor drug possessions.
In one case, house painter Christos Sourovelis was evicted from his home because police found $40 of heroin on his 22-year-old son.
Within six weeks of their son’s arrest, Sourovelis, his wife and other children were forced onto the [More]
- 5:41 pm Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 by George Mathis
Who judges the judges?
Once a person becomes a high-ranking judge, it seems they have to snort cocaine with a hooker and get caught financing her drug deal to lose their job.
In the Atlanta area, the aforementioned federal judge, Jack Camp, was caught in an FBI sting but another federal judge determined he had only committed misdemeanors and sentenced his former colleague to 30 days.
If Camp hadn’t been found guilty, he might have kept his job. The only way to remove a federal judge from the bench is via the long and complicated impeachment process and then a trial in [More]
- 4:19 pm Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014 by George Mathis
Imagine how terrible it would be to have Ebola.
Now imagine you are in Africa, forced to live in a detention center with other Ebola patients and you are starving because there’s not enough food.
Imagine you have to wear a tag on your arms that tells everyone you are diseased and that when you escape, people panic and men dressed in Hazmat suits arrive and chase you down and force you into the back of a truck against your will.
You can stop imagining now and watch this video, which shows that scenario taking place.
It may look like a scene from [More]
- 6:09 pm Thursday, August 28th, 2014 by George Mathis