Heavily Armed Pedophile Vowing "Bloody Revenge" Against School Children Released On $20K Bond
He had aerial photos of two Tampa-area schools and over 2,300 rounds of ammo when they arrested him.
He had aerial photos of two Tampa-area schools and over 2,300 rounds of ammo when they arrested him.
Was this really necessary?
Did I mention he's a huge fan of Timothy McVeigh and posts online about blowing people up? What could possibly go wrong here?
Captain Clay Higgins is just another hypocritical strongman screaming against a bogeyman that poses less of a threat than toddlers with a gun.
Generally speaking, most critics of Islam, on the left, at least, are critics of religion across-the-board, and seldom do we find those critics defending radical Christians except as a means of drawing the obvious contrast: Christian theocracy in the modern world doesn't impose the same oppression and capital punishment on its people as Sharia law happens to impose. That's not to say Christianity is comparatively innocent of crimes against humanity -- it's not. It's just less horrendous than Islamic law.
We're supposed to declare war on ISIS and enlist all of NATO in the effort, yet ISIS suspects should have unfettered access to American-made-and-sold firearms? In what universe does this make a lick of sense?
The last two days have shown us in an unqualified way not only how thoroughly unfit for any elected office, let alone the presidency, Trump is, but nearly every single reason why this is. His response to the Orlando shooting has been nothing short of horrifying.
According to Republicans, Islamic terrorism should be Obama's number one priority, because apparently those 33,000 people who die from gun shots don't matter.
Former Governor and Secretary of Der Homeland Security Tom Ridge literally wonders why Obama didn't say the EXACT THING Obama said.
the prize for the most disgusting manifestation of American ignorance and unbridled hatred goes to one Michele Fiore (R), a Nevada Assemblywoman who told listeners on her weekly show on Las Vegas radio station KWDN that she would like to fly to Paris to see Syrian refugees and "shoot ‘em in the head myself."
The prospect of a terroristic attack on US citizens is frightening to think about, but impossible to ignore. It is in the darkest time that we look to our leaders to guide and direct us forward. If America is attacked, President Obama will be called upon to lead. History hopes he is ready to steer the country forward and away from the mistakes of the past.
The NRA released what can charitably be described as the dumbest video in history.
The attacks in Paris have initially accomplished what they set out to, which is scare us to death and place us, as an entire culture, on a precipice. The Daesh terrorists in their canny evil could only lead us to the point where we could choose to become the very thing we hated most, but they couldn't push us over it. That's something we have to do for ourselves.
Almost immediately after the attacks, social media was set ablaze with messages of support for France -- small acts of kindness that don't affect much but are not doubt welcome in the wake of such appalling violence. But of course, merely minutes after the facts emerged about the attacks, activists with pet agendas began to emerge and began spreading their own politicized message through social media.
Trump likely knows his latest assertion is complete bullshit, but he has hit upon a remarkably successful strategy when it comes to shoring up Republican votes: talking incessantly about illegal immigration. And the more topics he links to it, the more powerful he becomes.
When a reporter tested out a rationale for Ahmed Mohamed's arrest in Irving, Texas for building a clock, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest calmly lit that bullshit up.
On Thursday morning, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest brought the Obama administration's rhetoric on the USA Freedom Act up to a simmer.
With 24 hours to fill, and only one story to fill it with, it was only a matter of time before the "t" word reared its speculative head on cable news. At least they're not shy about it anymore.
Obama has spent a lot of time in public rhetoric systematically detaching Islam from terrorism. The President may be provably wrong, but there's a good reason to support him on this.
Greenwald said that because of the U.S.'s history of war-time actions, we have no right to condemn our enemies when they summarily execute journalists and prisoners-of-war.
This would be the first Obama White House drone that didn't kill anyone.
Mitt Romney and friends have been fantasizing about what life would have been like under President Romney, but they keep forgetting how he wouled have let bin Laden live, and Detroit die.
Judge Jeanine Pirro is a parody of a parody of a cable news screecher, but this format of reciting 8th-grade-level writing as Hannity-esque performance art is what passes for discourse on too many shows across all of the cable news networks.
Expect news of this massacre to dominate the early part of next week, and in light of the attacks in France, renew political focus on radical Islamic terrorism.
This is our future. It's trying to kill a hydra on our own soil.
For a religion the purports to be the last word on everything in the world and Universe that will account for the souls of man and lead us all to true peace and paradise by being the actual word of God… It’s awfully concerned about a few people taking the piss a bit. You have to ask, how sure are you about your God? How confident are you in your religion if it can’t stand up to some cartoons?
The best way to both honor the memory of those killed today and to take a stand for all that Charlie Hebdo has stood for is to publish -- over and over again -- the images that led to today's violence. It's a cliché to say that this is what they don't want you to see, but it's never been more true.
The aftermath of Mexican night will seem downright pleasant compared to what Al Qaeda has in store for their colons.
The Pakistani Taliban launched a barbaric, cowardly attack on a school that left 132 children dead. Fox News' first thought? How can we blame this on Obama.
CNN shows remarkable restraint during its unrestrained blanket coverage of the Sydney siege.
It has become a sad fact of life that it is never too soon to use tragic events for political reasons, but even within that ghoulish game, there are rules.
He performs some typically Greenwaldian semantic gymnastics, both blaming Canadian military hubris for the attack, but then insisting Canada's militarism doesn't justify what happened.
Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby confirmed this evening that air strikes inside Syria are underway in an effort to destroy ISIS.
Republicans have something to gain from recasting the gruesome waste of blood and treasure the U.S. poured into Iraq as a success story that President Obama ruined.
O'Keefe and his crew traveled to Hudspeth County, Texas where O'Keefe filmed himself wading across the Rio Grande (or is it?) as both himself and wearing an Osama Bin Laden costume.
According to hundreds of law enforcement officials, the top three most critical terrorist threats in 2013-14 are: 3) Militia / Patriot, 2) Islamic Extremists/Jihadists, and 1) Sovereign Citizens.
With his doomsday prophecy on a conservative talk radio show on Tuesday, Dick Cheney seems a little too eager to have his criticisms of President Obama vindicated.
Esquire's Charles Pierce thinks Glenn Greenwald held his own against US veteran Paul Reickhoff on the issue of Edward Snowden and the NSA leaks. He didn't, but not for the reasons Pierce thinks.
His total lack of credibility in this issue notwithstanding, The Wall Street Journal published an editorial by Cheney, titled "The Collapsing Obama Doctrine: Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many," in which he blasted the Obama administration's handling of Iraq. It's an article so completely loaded with irony, contradictions and hypocrisy that it'll be difficult to unpack without bloating this post into a novel-length volume.
Yes, the Republican leadership went there. Instead of embracing the homecoming of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American POW held by the Taliban for five years, as a joyous and patriotic event, Republicans reportedly described the news as President Obama's "Willie Horton moment." The following is an overview of detainees released from Gitmo who subsequently returned to the battlefield and engaged in terrorist activities... prior to January 20, 2009.
Now that George Will is a panelist on Fox News Sunday his irascible, post-bow-tie d**kbaggery has been cranked up to 11. It's fertile ground for him to not only tag-team with Brit Hume for the role of the tight-assed High School principal on the show, but now he's free to let fly with his inner crank without being seriously challenged by anyone else, unlike when he was a panelist on This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
The Wall Street Journal reports today that a "web intelligence" company called Recorded Future has determined that in the months following the initial NSA revelations by former contractor Edward Snowden, al-Qaeda operatives switched to new encryption software for the first time in seven years.
During her "Stand And Fight" remarks, Palin treated the audience to a thumbnail of what she would do as President of the United States. "Well, if I were in charge, they would know that waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists."
Contrary to what Greenwald wrote today, Clapper wasn't lying or exaggerating about terrorists adjusting due to intelligence leaks. You know how we know this? Greenwald and Jeremy Scahill told us earlier this week.
Somehow because they posed for a group photo in the midst of deliberately intimidating four activists inside the restaurant makes the intimidation permissible? Sorry, no. And to suggest that it was a "peaceful protest" totally stretches the definition of "peaceful."
40 armed gunmen representing the pro-gun group Open Carry Texas (OCT) gathered in the parking lot of the restaurant -- fully armed, with some of the gunmen crouched as if in a line of battle. Among other things, OCT believes Texas law is too restrictive against gun owners, forbidding open carry. Yes, Texas is too liberal for OCT.