On this day…in 1869

Just after midnight on this day in 1869, Ellis County Sheriff Wild Bill Hickok and his deputy respond to a report that a local ruffian named Samuel Strawhun and several drunken buddies were tearing up John Bitter’s Beer Saloon in Hays City, Kansas. When Hickok arrived and ordered the men to stop, Strawhun turned to … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s news round-up

Another difficult week. In the news – earthquakes, buildings collapse and shootings in the USA…rapes in India, Bali, and closer to home. A terrorist attack in the USA and terrorist threats in Canada…injured dead and dying all around the world. In Syria the war goes on, and standing idle are the UN and USA. Most … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

(Tommy is on holiday, so this week, his column has been compiled by his mother-in-law). What a strange week I’ve had…it all concerns Europe. Governments in Europe have been either for or against gay marriage. The French wife of a prominent politician is for gay marriage because she has friends in the entertainment business. I … [Read the full story]

Strange but true…

Here’s a few Strange But True facts for you. In Natoma, Kansas, it’s illegal to throw knives at men wearing striped suits. It was once against the law to have a pet dog in a city in Iceland. Your heart beats over 100,000 times a day. Thomas Edison, lightbulb inventor, was afraid ofthe dark. The … [Read the full story]

Kate needs to kick the gutter press in the balls

Pictures in the press of Prince Williams topless wife have been brushed aside by the press, as only showing their readers what they can see on any beach in Europe. They will make millions of Euros and of course pay out costs and damages to the Royal family, yet the press continue to poke their … [Read the full story]

The rules of law must apply

Do you remember before the Olympics in London huge riots and unrest spreading to other UK cities? Now we are seeing killings and riots across the Middle East. Why, you must ask, is there so much mayhem? I’m afraid there will always be an element of trouble makers, and those who seek to gain from … [Read the full story]

Tomic breaks the law on Australia Day…twice

Tennis star Bernard Tomic is considering whether to lay a complaint against Gold Coast police after being issued with two traffic infringement notices on Australia Day. A standoff with police unfolded at the Tomic family home in Southport with the 19-year-old refusing to come out and speak to officers. Police radio transmissions, broadcast on Channel … [Read the full story]

Who will marry and rear children in the future?

Why is it this century we need to change our ways about marriage and child care? Marriage was a sacrament, a holy union blessed by God between two people…a man and a woman. Children were a gift which gave parents a chance to build a future together. Nowadays marriage is a soon to be legal … [Read the full story]

Predictions for 2011

We all have the ability to see into the future. Unfortunately we chose to hide our abilities for fear of appearing different. 2011 will see a year of the most historic changes in our climate. The largest earthquakes, the driest and wettest periods since records were listed. High winds and deep snow drifts followed by … [Read the full story]

Above the Law?

By TOG Fires in Parliament Square, flames surround Big Ben, attacks on the Prince of Wales and  the  Duchess of Cornwall. This could be arson, or treason, a threat to the monarchy. No, its students, and as we all know they are above the law. They say its the fault of MPs, they give a … [Read the full story]

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