so the next day after the protests, our mini social unrest event, I went to the beach to check out the King Tides...they were high but not as high as I've seen them..kind of a mini-King tide...
I also saw some birds I've never seen before..terns...a Royal Tern...pretty cool... I read the News-Press and Scott's version of events on MLK Day..I was distressed to see #69 on the News-Press side...I didn't see her but I know she's wacky and she takes money from the News-Press for her nonprofit so she can save her animals...as a matter of fact , I heard a rumor that #69 banged the whole Santa Barbara County Taxpayer Asso including the entire Chumash tribe to keep funding for the Animal Rescue Rescue Team to save the innocents...the animals
now I'm not saying #69 is Sally Salisbury, the famous prostitute, but geez....get off your knees once in a while!!
but I was thinking about these people and they all exhibit the same quality...mindless devotion to Wendy...they are like a cult..I thought the native-only cult was bad but these folks are ten times worse...
really I was fascinated by their ignorance..they seemed to relish in it...they were proud to be American idiots!! this is a dying breed ...people who chant like this are brainwashed! Satan is good Satan is our pal Satan is good Satan is our pal/Satan is good Satan is our pal/Satan is good Satan is our pal /Satan is good Satan is our pal..
is California the only state that coddles these naughty illegals???
no..other states have already done it...people can come out of the shadows and get some ID..remember states' rights???
Ten states and the District of Columbia enacted laws to allow unauthorized immigrants to obtain a driver’s licenses. These states—California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Vermont and Washington—issue a license if an applicant provides certain documentation, such as a foreign birth certificate, a foreign passport, or a consular card and evidence of current residency in the state
and more as we speak..Iowa! conservative Iowa
the neocons and teabaggers have stymied immigration reform for years, with nutty references to Aztlan, to Mexico, and Chicanos who want to take back California...
lunacy, paranoid conspiracy theories...and now they can't understand why reform is moving forward without them!
ok Wendy won't issue any retraction..she didn't when she tried to pin child porn computer images on one of her enemies....but the computer belonged to Wendy so as far as I'm concerned she should register as a sex offender...
Wendy the Free Speech Martyr????
Wendy has tried to stifle real free speech and lost...and now she and her culties want to recast her as free speech rebel?? hhahahah!
Freelance journalist Susan Paterno’s American Journalism Review story about Wendy McCaw’s purchase of the Santa Barbara News-Press -- and the subsequent wave of defections amongst the paper’s seasoned editors and writers -- mentioned several lawsuits McCaw had filed or threatened to file against her former and current employees
Freelance journalist Susan Paterno’s American Journalism Review story about Wendy McCaw’s purchase of the Santa Barbara News-Press -- and the subsequent wave of defections amongst the paper’s seasoned editors and writers -- mentioned several lawsuits McCaw had filed or threatened to file against her former and current employees and other publications like the Santa Barbara Independent and Vanity Fair. What Paterno didn’t know was that she would soon be the target of one. "I was kind of surprised because it had been through so many layers of lawyers -- my brother, a contracts attorney, couldn’t believe it," said Paterno, a professor at California’s Chapman University, recalling the day she received word of the suit. "From the very beginning I always knew she had nothing to sue me about. There was nothing libelous in the story." Though McCaw’s company, Ampersand Publishing, sued Paterno on multiple claims, it was mainly for allegedly libelous statements in the article. But thanks to California’s law against Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, or anti-SLAPP law, Paterno was able to obtain a prompt dismissal of the lawsuit last summer. Anti-SLAPP statutes are meant to protect people from lawsuits of questionable merit that are often filed to intimidate speakers into refraining from criticizing a person, company, or project. Fighting these suits can be a time-consuming and expensive enterprise. Paterno thinks the anti-SLAPP statute saved her from mortgaging her house to pay legal bills, because it allowed her to recoup most of her attorney fees after the suit’s dismissal. - See more at: http://www.rcfp.org/browse-media-law-resources/digital-journalists-legal-guide/anti-slapp-laws-0#sthash.kBO4USFy.dpuf
the News-Press headline "Illegals Line Up for Driver's License's" is not about free speech...the headline is racist..
and yet, Wendy's cult keeps chanting ILLEGALS GO HOME ..ILLEGALS GO HOME!!! shouting at the wind
well, that's what cults do