Police Asked to Volunteer to Work a Beyonce Concert. Here’s How Many of Them Signed Up…

Police Asked to Volunteer to Work a Beyonce Concert. Here’s How Many of Them Signed Up…

by Jason DeWitt Off-duty police officers frequently volunteer to work security at special events like music concerts. In fact, there is often competition among officers who want the chance to attend them. The upcoming Beyonce concert in Tampa this April might have been such an event…;that is, until her recent controversial performance at the Super Bowl honoring the Black Panthers, who have been responsible for the murders of 36 policemen over the past 30 years. But as IJReview reports, according to Tampa Police Department Spokesman Steve Hegarty, there is no competition to sign up for her concert. In fact, there is no one signed up at all. Other officials confirmed that staffing events for controversial figures has been difficult in the past, but that officers have always been willing to serve when called upon. Reaction on Twitter was fierce, with most people saying Beyonce got what she deserved: @ComradeArthur Overrated Beyonce shouldn’t expect anything from the police that she disparages. She’s no role model @Beyonce — Catherine (@Freesia2731) February 18, 2016 Loving the fact no police officers have signed up to work the Beyoncé concert in Tampa! — TJ Brown (@TJBrown1) February 18, 2016 WE don’t have the police brutality here in Tampa…;there is more BLACK ON BLACK CRIME here so BEYONCE is welcome to help clean up that — GiGi da Le Vian Diva (@gigibritt3) February 18, 2016 UPDATE: The Miami Police have joined their brethren in Tampa to BOYCOTT Beyonce’s concert there: The Miami Chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police issued a press release and call to other police officers nationwide to withdraw support for Beyonce...
Black Woman Who Beat White Friend to Death With Crock-Pot for Opposing Obama, Learns Her Fate

Black Woman Who Beat White Friend to Death With Crock-Pot for Opposing Obama, Learns Her Fate

A Black woman who brutally beat her elderly White friend to death for criticizing Barack Obama and saying she would vote Republican, was sentenced this week. A Detroit woman killed a friend with a slow cooker during an argument over presidential politics was sentenced Monday to at least 23 years in prison. Sullivan, 51, beat Cheryl Livy, 66, with a slow cooker at the victims Livonia apartment in October. Sullivans defense attorney John McWilliams said his client was drunk at the time of the murder. And why on Earth would she savagely beat someone she called a friend to death with a ceramic cooking pot? McWilliams said the two were arguing about the 2016 race for president. One was for one major political party and the other was for the other major political party, he said. Can they be more vague? Which party and who was advocating for whom? The Associated Press and other outlets wont tell you that, and you can probably guess why. The victimss picture is not shown by the AP. Here she is below, with her beloved dog, from a GoFundMe page to help pay for Livys funeral: The victim Livy told Sullivan she didnt trust Barack Obama, and would be voting Republican in 2016, whereupon Sullivan became enraged, as she put it, grabbed the slow cooker from the victims kitchen counter and began beating her with it. I beat her in the head and all over her body, Sullivan admitted back in a February court appearance, where she accepted a 2nd degree murder plea bargain to avoid a 1st degree murder charge. However, when...
What These Teachers Did For Their Students Will Make You Believe In Christmas Miracles

What These Teachers Did For Their Students Will Make You Believe In Christmas Miracles

Justin Voorheis and Zach Coffman teach at a small middle school in Delaware. They work in what is called an ILC, or Intensive Learning Classroom. The students they teach are special education students, many with severe learning or behavioral disabilities. The students largely come from disadvantaged backgrounds. I am a retired teacher, and for the past three years, since I left the profession, I have been doing some substitute teaching. Whenever I have an opportunity to sub at my old middle school, where Voorheis and Coffman teach, I jump at the chance. So, today, I took a half day job at that school, for the boys gym teacher. I have coached soccer with Justin for the past three years, and this morning, on my way to the gym, I stopped by his room to say hi. There is a futon against one wall of the room, where the students sometimes like to sit and read, or work on laptops. Today, that futon was covered with wrapped gifts. Nearby, there was a bicycle. Santa Claus has been here, Justin said to me as I walked through the door. Yeah, I see, was my reply. Justin pursed his lips, and said, You know, these guys, they arent going to get much else. These are for the kids? I asked. Yeah, Justin replied. A small conversation becomes a big idea. Zach Coffman filled in some of the details. He told me how one day, one of the students was saying that he would like to have a bike for Christmas. This led to a writing project, where the four students in the...
Here is the Prize-Winning Cartoon of Muhammad That Islamic Terrorists in Texas Tried to Wipe Out

Here is the Prize-Winning Cartoon of Muhammad That Islamic Terrorists in Texas Tried to Wipe Out

by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News Just the act of hosting a Muhammad cartoon contest was enough to drive two gunmen to commit an act of Islamic terrorism at a Texas event on Sunday. This is what the radical Muslims were trying to prevent from going public: Caption: You Cant Draw Me. Response: Thats why I draw you. The Federalist Papers reported on the winning cartoon and asked the question, Does this cartoon justify mass murder? The $10,000 prize-winning cartoon was drawn by Bosch Fawstin, a former Muslim. Breitbart.com reported: Pamela Geller is planning a Draw the Prophet event in Garland, Texas in the same location as a Muslim group held a Stand with the Prophet conference in January. The First Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest will be hosted by the Curtis Caldwell Center, which is owned and operated by the Garland Independent School District. Gellers event comes on the wake of the Islamic terrorist attack on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo in January. Following the attack, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) scheduled the Stand with the Prophet conference at the public school districts conference center. Geller, the President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), scheduled a protest outside the event that was attended by approximately 2,000 people. As IJReviews Kyle Becker reported, a New York Times reporter questioned those who would commit such an act of religious offense: Free speech aside, why would anyone do something as provocative as hosting a “Muhammad drawing contest”? Rukmini Callimachi (@rcallimachi) May 4, 2015 The hypocrisy was made quite clear to her within minutes: @rcallimachi @jbrandstein same reason...
BREAKING: ANOTHER GOP Candidate Announces Withdrawal From 2016 Presidential Race…

BREAKING: ANOTHER GOP Candidate Announces Withdrawal From 2016 Presidential Race…

And then there were seven. Just hours after Gov. Chris Christie dropped out of the 2016 GOP presidential race following his disappointing 6th place finished, there is another casualty. Carly Fiorina on Wednesday afternoon announced she’s out of the race for the White House. Today, I am suspending my campaign. My full statement is here: https://t.co/8QElLZoc1W — Carly Fiorina (@CarlyFiorina) February 10, 2016 The former Hewlett-Packard executive announced the decision on Facebook Wednesday after finishing seventh in New Hampshire’s primary. “While I suspend my candidacy today, I will continue to travel this country and fight for those Americans who refuse to settle for the way things are and a status quo that no longer works for them,” Fiorina said in a post. The writing was on the wall after she didn’t qualify for last week’s ABC News debate, and a last-minute campaign on her behalf to allow her in was unsuccessful. Fiorina’s best moments of the campaign came in the first two presidential debates. She shined in the “undercard” for the first debate, hosted by Fox News, earning enough of a bump in the polls to make the cut for the main stage in the second debate, hosted by CNN. And then she handed in a strong enough performance in that debate to rise into the top-polling tier of GOP candidates. Those poll bounces didn’t stick, though — fading slowly as Donald Trump dominated media attention, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz courted evangelicals and hard-line conservatives and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio worked to consolidate establishment Republicans. Fiorina also found herself facing a barrage of criticism from Planned Parenthood and its...