By: Kidman J. Williams
Human cruelty and special needs has come to an all time high in (you might think I’m going to say Florida) Michigan. Close enough right? The Michigan House passed a “license to hate” bill, just one day after stalling a proposal to add gay rights protection to Michigan’s anti-discrimination law because of a dispute over including transgender state residents. This new “hate license” could give the right to refuse service to anyone of the LGBT community IF it conflicts with their religious beliefs.
The Low Down
This very broadly written piece of shit…legislation known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act , could very well allow an EMT to refuse emergency treatment to an LGBT person, a pharmacist to refuse to refill medications, not to mention restaurants being able to say no; all because God says that gays should be put to death. It should be noted that God did also state that you should “love thy brother” and He is the only who can pass judgment. Religious fools always seem to forget the rules that don’t serve their twisted causes Continue reading
By: Kidman J. Williams
In light of the holiday season, Illinois politicians are willing to give residents a new law that they slipped through as a surprise during the battle for a higher minimum wage. It seems that these little fat pigs decided that it was fine to pass a law against recording police officers on the street.
Earlier in the year the Illinois Supreme Court stopped the eavesdropping law because of just how unconstitutional it was. Well, Illinois with all of their wonderfully ego driven politics decided, “Hey, why don’t we amend this and shoot it right back through the backdoor. Continue reading
BOSTON — A federal appeals court has rejected a petition by anti-gay activist Scott Lively to dismiss a complaint that alleges he violated U.S. law by influencing the laws of a foreign country.
In a first-of-its-kind case, advocacy organizations Sexual Minorities of Uganda(SMUG) and the Center for Constitutional Rights filed a lawsuit against Lively in 2012, charging him for “crimes against humanity” and for “helping spread propaganda and violence” in Uganda. Continue reading
In the opening scene of the 1973 movie “Serpico,” I am shot in the face—or to be more accurate, the character of Frank Serpico, played by Al Pacino, is shot in the face. Even today it’s very difficult for me to watch those scenes, which depict in a very realistic and terrifying way what actually happened to me on Feb. 3, 1971. I had recently been transferred to the Narcotics division of the New York City Police Department, and we were moving in on a drug dealer on the fourth floor of a walk-up tenement in a Hispanic section of Brooklyn. The police officer backing me up instructed me (since I spoke Spanish) to just get the apartment door open “and leave the rest to us.” Continue reading
Donnie Casto II
-The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia-
First it was Michael Brown and the case of “Assholes in Missouri, Part Deux”, now the wires of the professional prostitute media are prepping us with the gasoline and matches case of one Eric Garner who was on live video choked to death by the shining knight example of one of the NYPD’s finest. Two cases in which two African American males were snuffed out like candles by the often questioned excessive force utilized by law enforcement who supporters will say were justified in use of said force. Continue reading