Black Lives Matter Minneapolis Flustered as Feds Side With Cops

Black Lives Matter Minneapolis had been chomping at the bit for any excuse to join the national fray incited after the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. They found their cause du jour in the person of Jamar Clark, a Minneapolis man killed in an alteration with police after he interfered with emergency medical service attempts to provide care to his domestic abuse victim. For months, Black Lives Matter Minneapolis has organized criminal activity in protest of the police. They spent 18 days in illegal “occupation” of the Fourth Precinct police station, burning fires in the street and hindering law enforcement service for local residents. They shut down the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Christmas Eve, preventing families from reuniting for the holiday. They peppered the Twin Cities area with similar disruptions and threats of disruption, all to demand a vaguely defined “justice.” Part of their demand included […]

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St. Cloud Times on a roll

The St. Cloud Times is on a roll editorial-wise. Last week, they published this hate-filled editorial that ended with a church getting vandalized, thanks in large part, I suspect, to the Times editorial, which did everything except call the church a host for bigotry. A week later and the […] Click here to view original post www.letfreedomringblog.com

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Bowman Said What??

There are times my friends where ReNae Bowman leaves me speechless. Since she is running for mayor again, we have to take it upon ourselves to remind all of you what she is really like. Remember the fiasco over Crystal’s entrance into the Green Step Program where defeated Crystal […] Click here to view original post communitysolutionsmn.wordpress.com

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Stand with Granite City Baptist Church, not the St. Cloud Times

Stand with Granite City Baptist Church, not the St. Cloud Times

The Times owes the citizens of this community, especially Granite City Baptist Church, an apology for their vile, hate-filled editorial. Throughout their editorial, the Times used words that agitated. It started in the opening paragraph of their editorial when they said “And so it continues — this tour of […] Click here to view original post www.letfreedomringblog.com

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School resources, public protests

When I wrote this article , I included an email sent out to the SCSU community through their Announce listserv. The email was sent by SCSU History Professor Mark Jaede. The email that Prof. Jaede sent out raised awareness of the fact that “Granite City Baptist Church in St. […] Click here to view original post www.letfreedomringblog.com

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If You Want a Bike Path, Pay For it Yourself!

You know folks, watching cities go beg the state for money gets me madder than a dog in a barrel full of fleas. Watching them beg for non-essential things gets me ever madder! Lawmakers are debating this week how Minnesota should invest millions of dollars into fixing and upgrading […] Click here to view original post communitysolutionsmn.wordpress.com

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Cap’n Jim

Word came this past week of the passing of broadcasting legend Jim Rohn – or, if you grew up within 100 miles of Fargo in the sixties and early seventies, “Captain Jim”: Rohn got his start in 1946 on the radio at KSJB-AM in Jamestown following his service in […] Click here to view original post www.shotinthedark.info

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