Search for cat killer after five felines found beaten to death in Hazel Park – WXYZ.com


LONG ISLAND, NY - JULY 10:  A portrait of a rescued cat photographed on July 10, 2011 on Long Island, New York.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
LONG ISLAND, NY – JULY 10: A portrait of a rescued cat photographed on July 10, 2011 on Long Island, New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

HAZEL PARK, Mich. (WXYZ) – The search is under way for a cat killer in Hazel Park after five cats were found beaten to death.

The dead cats were found in the area of 416 E. George Street in Hazel Park between September 25 and October 4.

There was concern that the cats may have been poisoned, so a necropsy was performed.

via Search for cat killer after five felines found beaten to death in Hazel Park – WXYZ.com.

This mall sterilized Christmas so shoppers wouldn’t be offended | New York Post


Ok, I love the Midcentury look, but not for Santa and not for a mall display for the kids… And I’m truly sorry if Santa and Christmas offend you. But this whole idea that we must sterilize our culture to make sure no one gets offended is, well, offensive.

Come on, its CHRISTMAS, you know, the celebration of the birth of Jesus, a major Christian holiday and oh, by the way, one that America celebrates, because we are a Christian nation…

So, here is the thing, you don’t want to celebrate Christmas, then please don’t, you don’t want to see Santa, then don’t, I won’t force you, no one will, hey, its a free country… Even if you don’t like it to be one. If you want to not be offended, don’t leave your house, because I can guarantee that someone or something in this nasty world of ours is going to offend  you.


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A Long Island mall swapped Santa’s sleigh for something resembling a spaceship and nixed the Christmas tree because it didn’t want to “offend” anyone, irate shoppers told The Post.

The Roosevelt Field Mall ditched its traditional holiday village and put Ol’ Saint Nick inside a winter-themed “glacier” instead. But some say the white and blue display looks more like something out of “Star Trek” than “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

via This mall sterilized Christmas so shoppers wouldn’t be offended | New York Post.

Governor Requires Food Stamp Recipients to Volunteer Six Hours a Week, This Happens Right After


foodstampsFood stamp recipients in Maine got a rude awakening when Gov. Paul LePage decided to impose a three-month limit on benefits for able-bodied adults without dependents (Abawds).

Now, before all the raging liberals out there start throwing a hissy fit and talking about how much conservatives hate the poor and all that bleeding heart rhetoric, this limit is only enforced if the “Abawds” refuse to get a job working 20 hours a week, take job training, or volunteer six hours a week.

Guess what happened when this rule was enforced?

Nearly 80 percent of people on welfare were cut off the program because they refused to get a job or volunteer to work six hours a week.

Six hours a week was deemed too strenuous to work in order to receive free benefits.

Unbelievable isn’t it?

via Governor Requires Food Stamp Recipients to Volunteer Six Hours a Week, This Happens Right After.

Principal Says to Heck With the Student Election Results for One Politically Correct Reason


This is perfect, lets teach the kids at a young age, that when a liberal does not get there way, they just do what they want anyway. She, the principal, has just told the kids, thanks for voting, but hey, I don’t like how you voted, so I will do as I please…. UGH!!!!


Principal Lena Van Haren has suspended the results of student government elections because although the student body is 80% non-white, the election results did not reflect that.

“That is concerning to me because as principal I want to make sure all voices are heard from all backgrounds…”

via Principal Says to Heck With the Student Election Results for One Politically Correct Reason.

A Teen Beat His Great-Grandma to Death — Here’s the Price He Has to Pay


It breaks my heart to read this… To many teens end up like this…


In 2013, Jacqueline Bell fought to win custody of her great-grandson, Joda Cain. According to Jacqueline’s son, Alex Bell, she had hoped that by gaining custody of Cain, she could provide him with a better life than the one the boy had in Kansas.

But just months later, Cain was indicted by a grand jury on charges of aggravated murder— charges that stemmed from the murder of Jacqueline, the very woman who tried to offer him a better life.

via A Teen Beat His Great-Grandma to Death — Here’s the Price He Has to Pay.

Muslim Attacks Crew, Threatens to Blow Up Plane in Air Over NYC, Media Bury the Story | Top Right News


The American media is a farce, they no longer deliver the news, they are the media arm of the DNC…. This is disgusting!


NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A Queens man has been charged after he allegedly shoved two fight attendants, punched a third attendant and threatened to blow up the plane during a flight from New York City to South Florida.

Alija Kucuk, 29, of Middle Village in Queens, N.Y., is facing federal charges of interfering with a flight attendant and threatening to destroy an aircraft. He is jailed in Palm Beach County pending a bond hearing Monday in federal court in West Palm Beach.

Kucuk, a Muslim immigrant from Albania, was aboard JetBlue Airways Flight 153 from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Palm Beach International Airport on Thursday night, investigators said.

via Muslim Attacks Crew, Threatens to Blow Up Plane in Air Over NYC, Media Bury the Story | Top Right News.

The Joyful, Illiterate Kindergartners of Finland


The American education system is broken, for many reasons, but one main reason, as I see it, we are trying to hard…. Five year olds should not be doing math, they should be playing… Discovering life and friendship and sharing, or not sharing, sometimes life is not fair, that too is a good lesson to learn when your just 5 years old.

kindergarten-421623_1280-742x557“The changes to kindergarten make me sick,” a veteran teacher in Arkansas recently admitted to me. “Think about what you did in first grade—that’s what my 5-year-old babies are expected to do.”

The difference between first grade and kindergarten may not seem like much, but what I remember about my first-grade experience in the mid-90s doesn’t match the kindergarten she described in her email: three and a half hours of daily literacy instruction, an hour and a half of daily math instruction, 20 minutes of daily “physical activity time” (officially banned from being called “recess”) and two 56-question standardized tests in literacy and math—on the fourth week of school.

That American friend—who teaches 20 students without an aide—has fought to integrate 30 minutes of “station time” into the literacy block, which includes  “blocks, science, magnetic letters, play dough with letter stamps to practice words, books, and storytelling.” But the most controversial area of her classroom isn’t the blocks nor the stamps: Rather, it’s the “house station with dolls and toy food”—items her district tried to remove last year. The implication was clear: There’s no time for play in kindergarten anymore.

via The Joyful, Illiterate Kindergartners of Finland.