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  1. Less than 1% of rapes lead to felony convictions. At least 89% of victims face emotional and physical consequences. We need facts. The emotions expressed with percentage points don't cut it. at least 89 percent of victims report some level of distress, including high rates of physical injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety and substance abuse. Err, umm, sorry about the romp between the sheets, lady, if I may say so on behalf of some poor bedfellow of yours. It sounds like a wild party, you were all doing drugs, and the guy just wasn't that into you. Or else you expected money for sex and he didn't understand that was supposed to be part of the deal. Yes, I know. Break-up is hard. Just not enough crisp greenbacks to make up for that emotional hurt and pay for your next drug fix. Brett Kavanaugh is a tough judge, isn't he? Same same. All women are victims, all men are offenders, especially if they are intact or uncircumcised. These liberals classify transgender individuals as men, as otherwise that would infringe on the right of native-born ladies to perpetual distress and universal victimhood.
  2. They work at all the coffee shops, gas stations, and convenience stores. They swap out the regular for decaf "after a certain hour" and you don't dare touch anything actually labeled "decaf" because you won't wake up for three days and three nights after you drink that kind of coffee. The cops are on strike, to boot. They all drink their coffee, and they have no problem with it.
  3. Medical journal article on teen sexting. Teenage girls (and some boys) these days are so desperate to get away from their helicopter parents that they are hooking up with every Tom, Dick, and Harry who flashes a buck or two. The local cops on the beat see it as a convenient way to pick up the "bad guys" and put them away as registered sex offenders. Standards of proof and evidence are lowered for the "bad guys" in court, while the "good guys" ("gentlemen" who happen to be in the good graces of the local "establishment") are permitted to go on patronizing the girls. Meanwhile someone is getting "bathroom bills" on the ballot for the purpose of "maintaining good order" to all this sickness.,_Alaska,_Proposition_1,_Access_to_Public_Bathrooms_and_Locker_Rooms_Based_on_Sex_at_Birth_(April_2018) The target is transgender individuals, who are being viciously persecuted and mocked as "cross-dressers" regardless of the clothing they wear. ("Get out of the way of traffic!")
  4. A few things wrong with this. First of all, the heading on the page: "State of Alaska, Department of Administration, Division of Motor Vehicles." I'm not sure I got that right. Does Alaska really have a "Department of Adminstration?" A "Department of Administration?" You have got to be kidding me. A government so run amok with admistrative red tape that a whole department is devoted to it. (Not to mention, supposedly, conversely, there are other departments of the state, which leaves one to wonder, "How are other departments of the State administered outside the aforementioned Department of Administration?") Apparently, Alaska has an Administrative Redundancy Department of Administrative Redundancy. Some choice quotes: >>>The Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) must revoke or disqualify the driver's license, privilege to drive, or privilege to obtain a driver's license of a person arrested for driving or operating a motor vehicle or aircraft while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, or any controlled substance.<<< >>>The Administrative revocation may be concurrent with or consecutive to a revocation given by the court.<<< Ahh. Now I'm starting to get the "Administrative" part. This is where the State just does its own thing outside of and independent of the jurisdiction of "the court," with no requirements of due process and no limits imposed on the power of the State, in direct violation of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution >>>All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. ... The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.<<< Earth to Juneau. We need some due process here, or else you will pay dearly for that due process, because we the people will have due process of law. About the spiked coffee and administrative DUI: Clearly that's going on in the big cities, medium-sized towns, and smaller villages. It's got to be "local" cops -- I know, I don't care -- they say all politics is "local" -- have a little quid pro quo going on with some of the girls running those all-too-numerous drive-up espresso stands that have sprung up everywhere in the wake of Starbucks. "Slip a little something in his coffee, I'll make my arrest quota, and Alaska will be safer and better off." Cops are like hedge fund managers: they have to get their two-and-twenty: 2 arrests and 20 tickets per month; or for investment advisers, 2% of total net asset value plus 20% of the increase in net asset value, each year. They have been ordered by the city hall boiler room, "Getcha two-and-twenty and leave the white-collar folks alone!" The laws on "implied consent" have gone too far. There is no civil forfeiture of the rights of the defendant of a criminal prosecution. Probable cause is not that much to ask for, even on the road. Erratic driving, inattention at stoplights, inappropriate lane changes, we've all seen the telltale signs of DUI, and when the cops see it, and are able to swear to it in court, they have probable cause for search and seizure, including field tests for drugs and alcohol. You need probable cause and due process of law to get a conviction in court. As a cop, you have two options for probable cause: Stop the defendant immediately when you have immediate probable cause; or See a judge and apply for a warrant based on the evidence you have so far. Please stop cutting corners and doing sloppy work. And if the defendant just had a cup of coffee at the bikini girls' drive-up espresso stand, it's time shut down the damned coffee shop.
  5. The entire four-man police force quit, one wanted to be closer to a military family, and the police chief was going to Scotland on vacation. I'm starting to get real sick of this kilts-and-bagpipes gig the cops are playing. Scotland Yard in Alaska, as if we insulted the British royals.
  6. More feminism run amok: Little girl’s birthday wish to meet police officers comes true in a big way 99-year-old woman 'arrested' to check wish off bucket list This is a subtle symptom of a horrifically cruel red-light district. The cops are fooling around too much with the ladies and girls on the one hand while fucking men and boys in the butt too much on the other hand. Federal Bureau of Prisons: Statistics: Inmate Gender Prison Policy Initiative: United States Incarceration Rates by Sex, 2010 At this point, I am not judging, I really do not know, and I do not care who is right or wrong anymore, but I have no doubt whatsoever that those who are making this many men this angry will lose their lives over it.
  7. Blue Lives Matter flag deemed 'racist,' ordered to come down It looks like an imitation (definitely a desecration) of a United States flag, but the 8th of the 13 stripes, counting from the top, is blue instead of white. That's 'H,' the 8th letter of the alphabet, as in "Heil Hitler." A local law enforcement moll flying her colors.