Perhaps you are unaware that #BlackLivesMatter usually carries firearms at all their events. Would that change your position on the topic?
3. Seriously? Could you possibly build a bigger straw man argument? The answer is simple, who initiated the violence? Shouting and shoving is not violence, just as Stand Your Ground and Open Carry are well defined legally; so please stop trying to redefine them in order to justify your irrational fear.
4. They would be well within their rights to exit the building armed just as the LEOs were armed when they came out of the jail to confront an armed #BlackLivesMatter protest. I would highly suggest you actually research and learn about the issue instead of making hypothetical scenarios based on ignorance of the law.
I'm curious, would you make the same statements if you knew that #BlackLivesMatter carries firearms at their events and rallies?
Silly AnBheal -- #BlackLivesMatter has been open carrying firearms at their events in Texas for a long time.
BTW: It was Progressive Democrats that denied Rev. MLK and other minorities their 2A Rights.
It appears the author of the article does not know the #BlackLivesMatter in Texas have been carrying firearms at almost all of their rallies including political. None of them were shot when they were protesting.
Lewis could pull it off but I would go with Jim Caviezel to play LA.
Wholeheartedly agree with emmet. It was worth reading the comments for your post! Thanx!!!
Nice area, although the "politics" of the region could drive a person nuts. lol
I agree that Insurance companies are not immune from fraud and abuse however one can take them to state or federal court. Also, the amount of fraud is far less than seen in MC/MA.\
I understand the disgust because I deal with both a private (through my employer) HMO and my TriCare.
West side of Albuquerque.
I have no problem with the teachers. We have similar issues here in NM with children that come from disadvantaged backgrounds. I'm sorry but I don't buy the "learning environment" male bovine excrement. If that were a factor then how did our grandparents ever survive learning in one room schools. The biggest issue is the lack of discipline in schools and the lack of administrative support for teachers on these issues. We socially promote children instead of insisting that they be held back to ensure that they can comprehend the material before adding another grade's material. It's bad enough that we dumb down the curriculum but then we don't ensure the children learn it. We appear to be more focused on "social" issues than with educational issues in our schools. I know that children from any background can learn to read, write, and do basic math before they are 5 years old. Even those who initially do not understand/speak English very well. I've seen it with my step-son when he came to the USA and the programs that I work for.
Sorry for the rant. I'm a little tired of setting low goals for children instead of high expectations for them to achieve and take pride in accomplishing.