One police officer was killed in Massachusetts and three others were wounded in Missouri in separate shootings Sunday, July 15, while police were attacked in Chicago over a police-involved shooting.
In Massachusetts, Weymouth police officer Michael Chesna, 42, and a bystander were killed Sunday after a suspect allegedly took the officer’s gun after a vehicle crash and a foot chase, authorities said. Officer Chesna was a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and he was married with children ages 4 and 9.
In Kansas City, Missouri, a male murder suspect shot three police officers on Sunday during a series of firefights that began at a motel and ended with the suspect’s death. The shooting erupted just after noon at a motel in the city where undercover and tactical officers were conducting an investigation into a robbery and murder.
In Chicago, crowds protested the fatal police-shooting of a black that was being arrested. A video released by the Chicago Police Department show the man resisting and appearing to reach for a gun in his waistband. It’s ironic how quickly protests are organized against police shootings in Chicago, versus the almost daily black-on-black shootings.
Thirty-two police officers have been killed in the line of duty to date in 2018. Democrats and the liberal Media have created an atmosphere of disrespect and anger toward the rule of laws and law enforcement officers, including local police and the Border Patrol. Citizens and voters should remember this in November 2018.
Last Saturday, May 5, the City of Del Rio elected Bruno "Ralphy" Lozano mayor who happens to be a U.S. Air Force veteran and openly, flamboyantly gay. Ironically, Del Rio has for decades been known as the "Queen City".
Lozano defeated longtime incumbent Mayor Robert Garza 2,128, or 61.54 percent to 1,330, or 38.46 percent, but voter turnout was considered low. Only 3,458 voted for mayor out of a city with a population of 36,000.
To say the San Antonio Express-News (SAEN) Arts writer Debra Martin shows her liberal moral values in her latest review of the play "Book of Mormon" is an understatement. The play, like Corpus Christi is irreverent, vulgar, blasphemous, and mocks the religious view of over 16 million people, but the Martin compliments it.
Welcome to San Antonio... (as long as you support same sex marriage, abortion on demand, illegal aliens as citizens, climate change as fact, toll roads and rail systems, reparations for slavery, native people's genocide, and stealing Texas from Mexico, a "living" wage for everyone, and the redistribution of your wealth by government. Otherwise, we might poison your Mexican food.)
Students will rally tomorrow (Saturday, March 24) in DC and in San Antonio for more gun control. I worry when immature-emotional-uninformed kids try to influence public policy and affect my personal freedom and liberty.