Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Archive for May, 2013

Were progressives sent real ricin? Or bean mash from fertilizer?

According to Wikipedia, ricin is a highly toxic poison that can kill in very small amounts: Ricin/ˈraɪsɪn/, from the castor oil plantRicinus communis, is a highly toxic, naturally occurring carbohydrate-binding protein of the type known as lectins. A dose the size of a few grains of table salt can kill an adult human.[1] The median […]

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Zimmerman prosecutor attempted to withhold photo evidence

If George Zimmerman persecutors (yes, I spelled that correctly) Angela Corey and Bernie de la Rionda aren’t disbarred and charged with crimes of their own, then there is no justice in Florida: Former prosecutor Wesley White said he was ethically obligated to reveal that Fourth Judicial Circuit Information Technology Director Ben Kruidbos retrieved the data […]

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It’s a crime. Because they say so, that’s why.

It looks like the Senate of the People’s Republic of Coastal California is shredding the Constitution again: Spurred by mass shootings in Connecticut, Colorado and Arizona, the California Senate on Wednesday approved seven bills to tighten regulations on guns and ammunition. The measures would: • Outlaw detachable magazines in rifles and so-called button bottoms; • […]

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FBI changes story: Tsarnaev friend was unarmed when he was Trayvoned by federal agent

Yes, I know it isn’t fair to George Zimmerman to keep comparing the FBI’s questionable shooting of Ibragim Todashev to the legitimate self-defense shooting of drug-abusing, gun-waving, street-fighting Trayvon Martin, but I do love rubbing their noses in the absurdity of Zimmerman facing 2nd degree murder charges for what was clearly legitimate self defense, while […]

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Hiring IT guys? I can help.

I’ve been in IT since 1995, starting out in tech support, then moving on to the wild early days of search engine optimization (SEO), and then I spent a dozen years as a technical writer and web developer. I think I squeezed in a little social media writing in here and there as well. Recently, […]

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