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From Prager University and featuring Greg Gutfield.
What makes conservatism right? If you’re a conservative, you should know why you’re right. If you’re not a conservative, why should you think about becoming one? Greg Gutfeld, bestselling author of, “How To Be Right: The Art of Being Persuasively Correct”, explains.
Have you ever seen something like this? Midland Lee kicker Luis Aranda lined up for an extra point in the second quarter on Friday. His kick nailed a referee in the head before finding its way through the uprights! Talk about special teams player of the week!
We have often criticized some of the less than desirable actions of police officers in the past, but we wanted to give a case where the police appear to do everything right, and are still being sued.
Allow us to introduce you to Todd Kirkpatrick seen at the left. Ol’ Todd is said to have been a hard working guy in the housing field in Washington state. When that field took a hit in the economic downturn, Kirkpatrick took to drinking. According to statements from his defense attorney, Kirkpatrick did not want to “burden his family,” so he did what anyone else would do.
Kirkpatrick started to rob banks and became know as the “Phoney Pony Bankrobber.”
The Anacortes man spent the summer of 2012 ripping off banks while wearing a disguise that included a bad wig pulled back into a ponytail. Kirkpatrick was armed with a handgun when, in a span of weeks, he pocketed more than $20,000 from banks in three different counties.
During his fourth attempt at robbing a bank, Kirkpatrick saw Snohomish County Deputy Dan Scott patrolling the area. Scott had been assigned to the area in response to the number of bank robberies in the area.
After spotting Scott, Kilpatrick left the bank were he was confronted by Scott.
Kilpatrick ran and was chased by Scott.
Eventually, the chase ended. At some point Kilpatrick turned toward Scott and raised the firearm he was carrying.