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El Paso, TX

El Paso property tax bills jump 24 percent since 2003

Typical for this city. They rob the homeowners blind and force unwanted crap down our throats like baseball teams no one wants, they throw out election results because they don't match what they wanted but the idiots in this city continue to send them back to rape them more and more.  (Sep 3, 2013 | post #9)

El Paso, TX

Was the president a coward in the syrian matter?

Obama was, is and shall always be a punk. I only hope that Congress doesn't do the stupid thing which would be to get involved in Syria. For some reason obama wants to arm our enemies. It is a known fact that AlQueda is now fighting with the rebels and yet he wants to help them overthrow the current Government in that Country. His true colors are showing again. They showed in Egypt and what did that get us? They showed in Libya and what did that get us? Now he wants to double down in Syria. This guy will not be happy until we are all under threat from the Muslim extremeists.  (Sep 3, 2013 | post #8)

Texas

Texas father who killed man caught raping his daughter is...

Finally some justice! He did what he needed to do in order to protect his daughter and in so doing has protected all the little girls in that area. He should be rewarded.  (Sep 3, 2013 | post #1)

El Paso, TX

Trayvon Martin - El Paso, TX

Don't get on here as often as I used to due to traveling. But the Stand your Ground law was not a part of he defense it was Self Defense all the way. Now the are trying to railroad him again with this BS federal crap that has already been investigated by the FBI and the State both and neither has found one thing that would indicate that Zimmerman was a racist. This is just another case of the media and the fools like Jackson, and Sharpton manipulating the system for their own benefit.  (Jul 21, 2013 | post #403)

El Paso, TX

Letters: Checkpoint stop

The media can call them DWI or DUI Checkpoints but in fact they are illegal under Texas Law. They will as a rule increase their Document checks for License and Insurance around the Holidays as a cover for their true intent of finding drunk drivers but it can be a thin Ice situation. There are several things can be considered if someone is arrested for DUI at a supposed License check. Some of these are that in order to be leagl 100% of the cars passing that point must be stopped, the proximity to a bar or other establishment where alcohol is consumed is another. A Lawyer can rip many of these arrests apart if the PD isn't very careful. Another thing to keep in mind is that DUI/DWI Checkpoints are legal under New Mexico Law so the Media will announce these around the Holidays. There are many facets to this issue and I am not that knowledeable about all of them, that is why I contact my friends in Law Enforcement to verify. I figure it this way. I don't drink and drive so they can ask me whatever they like and look at my eyes if they want to. What they can not do is detain me unreasonably, or search my car without probable cause. I will normally give the LEO about 2 minutes after he has seen my License and insurance and then I will start to question him. I will ask if I am being detained, then when he says no as they always do I will make the comment, "Then I am free to go correct?' It has never failed yet to get me away from an LEO that is in a bad mood and wanting to screw with someone. Luckily I don't need to do it often as the vast majority of LEOs I have met and interacted with are professionals.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #57)

El Paso, TX

Letters: Checkpoint stop

One other thing there Pam. A bright light will cause the eye to constrict not dilate. The Pupil Dilates in order to allow more light in not to keep light out.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #52)

El Paso, TX

Letters: Checkpoint stop

Sorry but you are wrong. Look at the first line of the article. It states that the man and his wife were going through the Border Patrol Checkpoint. Then look at Post #5 and see where that poster stated that at the Border Patrol Checkpoint if they search your car and find nothing that YOU must put it back together. That was a wrong statement so I provided what is the actual procedure. No one is arrested based simply on an EYEBALL Check. They may use that to justify further examination but that is not the only evidence used. By the way just for clarity sake, in Texas DUI Checkpoints are illegal. What is not illegal is License and insurance checkpoints. At these places if they detect other things, like drunkenness, or maybe weed they can then investigate but they can not set up a roadblock specifically to check for DUI. So Sorry but your statement is wrong on multiple grounds.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #51)

El Paso, TX

Letters: Checkpoint stop

Now in the name of clarity. I asked a good friend of mine about the Checkpoints and the procedures there. He gave me this information. When at a Border Patrol Checkpoint the Agent will ask general questions at the initial stop. That is all they are allowed to do. Should they have a suspicion of something illegal in the vehicle, note the word suspicion, then they can legally direct that vehicle to the secondary check point. At the secondary checkpoint they can conduct a search of the vehicle. When the search is complete, if they have found nothing, they must return the vehicle to its previouos state. The owner of the vehicle is only responsible to make sure that they put his vehicle back together right. If they damage anything during the search or while reassemling it the owner should aske for a supervisor and file a claim. PProbable Cause is not required, just reasonable suspicion. By the way my friend that gave me this info is an active Border Patrol Agent in Texas.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #48)

El Paso, TX

Letters: Checkpoint stop

That limp excuse is Old, Lame, and useless just like you. I lways find it amazing that when no refererence whatsoever is made to race that you use it as a crutch to try and hide from yur own shortcommings. I don't give a rats backside what race you are. Anyone that sends a 13 year old kid to buy beer illegally should be arrested and charged.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #47)

El Paso, TX

Letters: Checkpoint stop

By sending a 13 year old to buy beer mavis should have been arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.  (Mar 25, 2013 | post #40)

El Paso, TX

Guns Banned

Sorry but you lose again. You do not have to pay for your right to own a gun. The only thing you have to pay for is the possible right to carry it concealed which is an entirely different matter. The cases were listed so look them up if you dounbt the decision. The States and munmicipalities have passed laws that may not have been challenged in court yet. An example is New York that will be challenged and in all probablility be overturned. As to pay to pursue happiness depends what you want to do to pursue happiness. By the way New York and Nashville have not outlawed guns that is pur fabrication on your part. The case in Washington DC that was decided by the SCOTUS overturned a ban on handguns that was put in place by the City of Washington DC. You know if you are going to lie you should at least attempt to make it somewhat believable.  (Jan 22, 2013 | post #60)

El Paso, TX

Guns Banned

WRONG as usual. The second spells it out very clearly and it is a right to every citizen to own guns. Carrying concealed is a different issue and has nothing to do with owning a gun. I would think that someone that uses a moniker such as your would be at least up to date enough to know that the SCOTUS has ruled that the Second Ammendment adresses the individual right to have guns and does not require membership in any militia. "The Supreme Court of the United States first ruled in 2008 that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess and carry firearms.[1] In 2008 and 2010, the Supreme Court issued two landmark decisions officially establishing this interpretation. In District of Columbia v. Heller, 554 U.S. 570 (2008), the Court ruled that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess a firearm, unconnected to service in a militia[1][2] and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home within many longstanding prohibitions and restrictions on firearms possession listed by the Court as being consistent with the Second Amendment.[3] In McDonald v. Chicago, 561 U.S. 3025 (2010), the Court ruled that the Second Amendment limits state and local governments to the same extent that it limits the federal government"  (Jan 22, 2013 | post #55)

Texas

A clash over gun shows on public property nears in Texas

What I see is you taking the standard antigun libtard stance. I provided multiple sources, all of which you opted to ignore.  (Jan 21, 2013 | post #29)

Texas

A clash over gun shows on public property nears in Texas

Sorry but you were the one that quoted 90% not me. When I rebuked that number you stood by it so sorry but you are the one that picks and chooses what facts you want to look at. As to the entire Fox news thing, well prove any of the data that I presented from Fox News was false! You dismiss the data out of hand because it does not fit your antigun and anti second ammendment stance. You show your true colors with your last staement. You do not even understand the issue so how could you ever hope to argue with any semblance of reason on the subject? It is all about rights. It is about the rights that are promised under the constitution. It is about those rights that, "Shall not be infringed".  (Jan 21, 2013 | post #28)

Texas

A clash over gun shows on public property nears in Texas

Your agenda is evident by your posts and it goes way beyond backgrouond checks. If it were only the background checks then why all the BS about guns in Mexico? You are antigun and anti second ammendment. You want the us public to be disarmed just like the rest of your libtard friends. Your posts speak volumes about your agenda and it is not what you stated in that post.  (Jan 21, 2013 | post #27)