Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
Eric Holder explained that he “understands” people’s mistrust of law enforcement. And this makes sense. I mean, it must be difficult to trust law enforcement while you’re ordering the DOJ to traffic guns to Mexican drug cartels.
CNN isn’t sure whether or not it’s appropriate to call ISIL “evil”. They then rambled some psycho-babble about “why we call each other evil”, and whether or not that’s a good thing. I’d like to get CNN’s opinion on the appropriate use of the word “moronic”.
A planned “Day of Rage” protest turned out to be pretty low-key. In fact, it almost looked like an Obamacare registration rally.
A teacher recently made their 6th grade students “re-enact” the death of Michael Brown… I hope no one was hurt when they got to the part where Michael Brown smashed the cop’s face in. (Or is it possible that they skipped that part?)
Illegal immigrants are being allowed to board planes without valid forms of ID… Of course, there’s nothing to worry about because they still have to take their shoes off and let agents get a little handsy.
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