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Alleged Lakewood Cop Killer Pardoned By Huckabee

UPDATE: Clemmons escaped from police and the scene and was hunted ever since the police shooting. Authorites apprehended Clemmons outside a home and as he challenged them he was shot and later died of his wounds.

The Seattle Times reports that Maurice Clemmons, a 37-year-old Tacoma man, is being sought for questioning in the killing this morning of four Lakewood police officers.

Nine years ago, then-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee granted clemency to Clemmons, commuting his lengthy prison sentence over the protests of prosecutors.

In an unrelated development, NewsMax is reporting the Mike Huckabee is leaning against running for president in 2012.

If the good people of Seattle-Tacoma have a say, I suspect they would urge Huckabee not to run.


Four Lakewood Cops Were Targeted

The four policemen and women were part of the original group forming the Lakewood police.


Brazen Attack On Civilization!

Is it open season on the police in the Seattle-Tacoma area?

The deadly shootings in Lakewood today come less than a month after Seattle Police Officer Timothy Brenton was shot to death in cold blood as he was sitting in a cruiser with trainee Britt Sweeney on Halloween night. Sweeney was grazed in the neck.

Christopher Monfort of Tukwila has been charged with aggravated first-degree murder in connection with Brenton’s death.


Finding the Trend in Forex

Here is the fastest and easiest way to tell the trend in the foreign exchange markets.

In today’s video Adam Hewison is going to share with you a wonderful way to look at the forex markets and determine which way they are headed in a matter of seconds. He’ll be looking at three different cross rates and how they all correlate together in a way that I think may surprise you.

The forex markets are the biggest markets in the world and MarketClub not only covers all of them, but also covers them in real-time with pricing and charts. I hope this video on forex trends is worthwhile for you and you take the time to post your comments on our blog.

As always there is no charge and no registration to watch this educational trading video.

All the best,

Four Policemen ‘shot dead in ambush’ in Washington state

Four policemen were on the laptops in coffeeshop in Parkland, Washington near the McChord Air Force Base when two gunmen walked in and opened fire.

College Football Upsets Week 13

#7 Georgia Tech 24, Georgia 30
#9 Pittsburgh 16 West Virginia 19
#12 Oklahome State 0, Oklahoma 27
#18 Clemson 17, South Carolina 34
#24 North Carolina 27, N Carolina St 28
#25 Mississippi 27, Mississippi St 41

White House Science Czar Involved in Climategate

According to NewsMax

…White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Dr. John P. Holdren, is a key player in the Climategate e-mails flap, which is shaping up as the biggest scandal in the history of modern science.

…Canada Free Press this week revealed that the former Harvard professor and Al Gore global warming adviser features prominently in the thousands of e-mails and other files made public after the hacking last week of a computer server used by the University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit.

As bad as this is becoming, I’m just niot surprised by any of this!


Hide The Decline!

Hat tip to First Things

Billy Collins In Paperback

One of my favorite poets, Billy Collins, former poet laureate of the U.S., now has “Sailing Alone Around the Room: New and Selected Poems” out in paperback.  I don’t travel anywhere without a “Billy Collins” with me.  He inspires me to see with different eyes.

Read the first stanza of his new poem Winter Syntax:

A sentence starts out like a lone traveler

heading into a blizzard at midnight,

tilting into the wind, one arm shielding his face,

the tails of his thin coat flapping behind him.

Or how about this Advice to Writers:

Even if it keeps you up all night,

wash down the walls and scrub the floor

of your study before composing a syllable.



CEI To Sue Government Agencies

In the wake of the ClimateGate scandal that erupted last week, the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI)  took legal action against several government agencies to force disclosure of public documents.  In a post to Pajamasmedia.com, CEI Senior Fellow Christopher Horner, author of Red Hot Lies, explains:
The information sought is directly relevant to the exploding “Climategate” scandal revealing document destruction, coordinated efforts in the U.S. and UK to avoid complying with both countries’ freedom of information laws, and apparent and widespread intent to defraud at the highest levels of international climate science bodies. Numerous informed commenters had alleged such behavior for years, all of which appears to be affirmed by leaked emails, computer code, and other data from the Climatic Research Unit of the UK’s East Anglia University. > Read all about the legal action on Pajamasmedia.com


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