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Our Federal Government Must Define Sex

By Dr. Brian Carr
President, Behavioral Health Associates, Lubbock, Texas, 1991-Present
Chairman, City of Lubbock Board of Health, 2013
Submitted on July 17, 2013 - 7:00am


It is the job of our Federal government to protect and guide us in the bedroom. Since politicians have sex it is self-evident that they know what is best. One of these self-evident behaviors is how we should be intimate with one other person (no more than one is permitted, lots of other rules that I will get to).

The downfall of our morality occurred when Dick Van Dyke (even his name is an attack) shared a bed with Mary Tyler Moore on their television show. We know it is important to suppress our carnal desire by sleeping separately except for when called to procreate. Such procreation must include extensive review and thought and involve written contracts with specific provisions.

All must be married and it should only include men who look like John Wayne and women who look like Eleanor Roosevelt. Politicians need to ensure that their voter base remains ignorant so a reading and comprehension evaluation should be completed before it gets physical.

Designed and instituted by politicians the need for birthing a class of servants to the corporations is self-evident. Sex between a man and a woman is the foundation of the corporate marketing campaign so that diamonds can be sold, trips to the mall taken, and shows like Honey Boo Boo can flourish. Sex is an unalienable right of life given to us by politicians and a part of their all-knowing unchangeable moral law that governs us like cattle.

Sex is foundational to the existence of a permanent underclass and integral to the pursuit of happiness for the top 1% who enjoy the fruits of the labor while offering lotion for distraction. Assuming that you follow the strict guidelines regarding sex (only at night, in the bed, with the lights off, in the missionary position) you are allowed to be young, vulnerable, disabled, and yes even your grandparents can have sex.

Our Federal government was established and exists to ensure that those of us who might stray from what is proper sex will be condemned and forced to wear tight undergarments. Even though I suspect Rick Perry would delight in gripping his gun and adding to the specifics of our sexual behavior this obligation to protect us is too important to let Brokeback Mountain politicians with wide footings be involved. Our Federal government needs to define sex ultimately with a Constitutional Amendment that includes photos and diagrams so that no doubt can exist.

Do what is right and have sex with a politician tonight. It is your patriotic duty and they know what is best.

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Source: http://lubbockonline.com/interact/blog-post/dr-brian-carr/2013-07-17/our-federal-govenment-must-define-sex

x-post: San Marcos cop faces felony rap for assaulting woman during illegal arrest

A San Marcos police officer could face up to life in prison for allegedly slamming a woman to the ground causing her to lose two teeth and suffer a concussion during the course of what department brass call an illegal arrest on May 29.

Cpl. James Palermo, 40, was arrested on Tuesday and booked in the Hays County jail on a charge of aggravated assault by a public servant, a first degree felony punishable by five years to life in prison. On paid administrative leave since June 10, Palermo faces ”indefinite suspension” without pay following an internal investigation and a disciplinary hearing expected to be conducted next week, Chief Howard E. Williams told the Mercury this evening.

”I won’t prejudge the (internal) investigation. I have not heard what the officer has to say yet and I’ll reserve judgement until that happens,” Williams said. ”But there are standards and I think it’s fairly obvious what we think about his conduct that night in that we were the ones that went down and filed the criminal charges. … I believe what he did was criminal.”

While conducting a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Rooftop on the Square bar at 126 S. Guadalupe St. about 1:10 a.m. May 29, Palermo accosted a 22-year-old Alexis Alpha as she walked by minding her own business, according to an affidavit used to secure arrest warrant filed by San Marcos police Cmdr. Penny Dunn.

full: http://smmercury.com/2013/07/16/san-marcos-cop-faces-felony-rap-for-assaulting-woman-during-illegal-arrest/

West ponders schools' future


West High School is shown with chain link fencing around the entire perimeter of the complex, Friday, May 31, 2013, in West, Texas. After a deadly plant explosion damaged many of their schools, the town is now tens of millions of dollars short of rebuilding them. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

After a massive fertilizer plant explosion devastated the rural town of West in April, local teachers and administrators did what they could to help the community cope with a disaster that killed 15 people and wrecked hundreds of structures, including three of West's four schools. They borrowed classrooms in a nearby town so that children could return to class, and salvaged the school year so that the 113 high school seniors could graduate on time.

But now West's schools are confronting another challenge as they plan to begin the new term next month in clusters of portable buildings that some are already calling "Portable City."

It's not clear how temporary the prefab village will actually be. Federal officials have rejected $40 million in disaster aid for the schools and insurance companies have offered just $20 million of the estimated $59 million value of the schools' insurance policy.

Leaders of the town of 2,800 worry about the impact of the schools' uncertainty on hundreds of residents who are deciding where to rebuild their lives— in West or possibly elsewhere.

More at http://www.statesman.com/news/ap/financial-services/devastated-texas-town-ponders-schools-future/nYrcx/ .

Cruzin' To A Bruising: The Presidential Hopes of Canadian Ted

Calgary-born Ted Cruz will visit New Hampshire next Tuesday to give a keynote speech at a state party fundraiser, the latest in a series of visits to early primary states.

"Senator Ted Cruz is one of the most principled and exciting new leaders in the Republican Party. During his short time in the Senate he has already established himself as a leader in the fight to rein in President Obama's liberal agenda and return fiscal responsibility to Washington," New Hampshire GOP Chair Jennifer Horn said in a statement that reveals how far away Republicans are from winning the Granite State. "We are excited to welcome Senator Cruz to New Hampshire and hear about his vision for the future of our country."

In May, Cruz visited South Carolina and Real Clear Politics reports that the freshman senator is "expected to add trips to other early voting states in the coming months." We already know for certain that Ted Cruz is considering a 2016 run, and we know from recent polling that he's in the top six of GOP nomination contenders.

Let's imagine that Ted Cruz achieves his dream of being the first Canadian-born presidential nominee of an American political party in 2016. He'll immediately have to explain NRA-sponsored gun views and opposition to immigration reform, both of which highlight how far he is from mainstream American public opinion. And that's before the media sinks its teeth into Cruz's conspiracy theories - like how the United Nations wants us all to live in "hobbit homes". Fat chance of winning in a general against the likes (and likability) of a Hillary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren.

More at http://www.burntorangereport.com/diary/13793/cruzin-to-a-bruising-the-presidential-hopes-of-canadian-ted .

'Dirty Santa' Busted



Warr Acres, Oklahoma (KFOR) - An Oklahoma man who officials said often plays Santa at local schools has been arrested, accused of making lewd proposals to a child.

Authorities used Craigslist to net 49-year-old Wiley Gene Davis. The task force said Davis responded to an advertisement he believed a 15-year-old girl posted. According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Davis made sexual and lewd proposals and even referred to himself as "Santa."

"I would have never ever suspected him of doing anything like that. He always was like the guy who helped kids. I am just very sad and heartbroken," Davis' wife said.

She added that she was filing for divorce.

Source and video: http://www.kristv.com/news/dirty-santa-busted/

Lubbock City Council votes to terminate City Manager Dumbauld

The Lubbock City Council voted 4-3 to terminate City Manager Lee Ann Dumbauld, effective immediately.

The council’s decision Monday evening, July 15, came after nearly four hours of executive session with an outside attorney concluding a more than three-month-long council-led investigation into employee complaints against Councilman Victor Hernandez and counter-accusations that Dumbauld pressured an employee to make some of those complaints.

“This has been brewing for a long time and it is time for us as a council to pull together and put this behind us,” Mayor Glen Robertson said. “There’s no other way to put it. This is a vote. It’s been done. It’s final.”

Robertson and council members Karen Gibson and Floyd Price voted against Dumbauld’s termination. In favor were Victor Hernandez, Todd Klein, Jim Gerlt and Latrelle Joy.

More at http://lubbockonline.com/local-news/2013-07-15/council-votes-terminate-city-manager-dumbauld .

[font color=green]Turmoil brewing in the South Plains of the Panhandle as the battle between City Manager Lee Ann Dumbauld and City Councilman Victor Hernandez escalates. Hernandez is the subject of a recall petition; meanwhile, Dumbauld may have been acting in conjunction with other city employees filing grievances against Hernandez.

In addition, some city employees that were reporting to Dumbauld may have been reassigned to the position of City Treasurer that was being reinstated. Hernandez pointed out that his support of this action may have been the cause of the backlash from the City Manager.

It has not been determined whether the termination of the city manager was done with cause or if there are any severance provisions within her contract. The city manager makes about $225,000 per year.[/font]

Manziel pleads guilty to 2012 misdemeanor charge, other charges dismissed

Texas A&M football quarterback Johnny Manziel early Monday pleaded guilty to failing to identify himself to police after a fight at Northgate, putting to rest a court case that followed him on his road to winning the Heisman Trophy.

The plea agreement called for Manziel to pay the maximum fine of $2,000, spend two days in jail and pay $232 in court costs. He won't have to spend any time behind bars, however, because the judge considered it time served since he was jailed following the June 2012 arrest by College Station police.

He faced up to 180 days in jail for the Class B misdemeanor charge.

Brazos County Attorney Rod Anderson said that as part of the plea agreement, the other Class B misdemeanor charge filed against Manziel — possessing a fake driver's license — was dismissed. Too, the 20-year-old's Class C misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct by fighting was dismissed by the city in municipal court.

More at http://www.theeagle.com/news/crime/article_9e8eb910-ed5a-11e2-95af-001a4bcf887a.html .

Cross-posted in Texas Group.

Manziel pleads guilty to 2012 misdemeanor charge, other charges dismissed

Texas A&M football quarterback Johnny Manziel early Monday pleaded guilty to failing to identify himself to police after a fight at Northgate, putting to rest a court case that followed him on his road to winning the Heisman Trophy.

The plea agreement called for Manziel to pay the maximum fine of $2,000, spend two days in jail and pay $232 in court costs. He won't have to spend any time behind bars, however, because the judge considered it time served since he was jailed following the June 2012 arrest by College Station police.

He faced up to 180 days in jail for the Class B misdemeanor charge.

Brazos County Attorney Rod Anderson said that as part of the plea agreement, the other Class B misdemeanor charge filed against Manziel — possessing a fake driver's license — was dismissed. Too, the 20-year-old's Class C misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct by fighting was dismissed by the city in municipal court.

More at http://www.theeagle.com/news/crime/article_9e8eb910-ed5a-11e2-95af-001a4bcf887a.html .

Cross-posted in Football Group.

If You Liked Rick Perry, You'll Love Greg Abbott

Confirming the inevitable, yesterday Attorney General Greg Abbott announced that he is running for governor of Texas in 2014. No shock, since this has clearly been his plan for years.

On July 14 Abbott gathered political supporters and the capitol press corps at the traditional set dressing for such announcements, the Alamo. His entry, which has been effectively a done deal since Gov. Rick Perry, announced last week that he will not run again, makes him the presumptive GOP front runner.

Kicking off with comments about his family and saying, "I have lived and breathed the soil & soul of what makes Texas great," Abbott plunged straight into his fundamentalist, extremist platform of God and guns. "Texans don’t silence voices of faith," he warbled, "We fight for them."

Actually, what Abbott has done consistently is use his office to inflict a hard line Evangelical world view on the state. He made his political bones in 2003 by suing to keep the Ten Commandments on the capitol lawn. Since, then, he lured fundamentalist voters by leading the legal charge against Planned Parenthood (and therefore a de facto attack on health care for many women in the state.) Add on to that his suit against health care providers paying for birth control and his push to enforce the highly invasive and deeply distressing mandatory transvaginal ultrasound law.

More at http://www.austinchronicle.com/blogs/news/2013-07-15/if-you-liked-rick-perry-you-ll-love-greg-abbott/ .

[font color=green]An excellent article warning Texans what to expect if Abbott is elected as governor.[/font]

Redneck Heaven's Painted Breasts Run Afoul of the Good People of Lewisville (NSFW)



The city of Lewisville has an uneasy relationship with Redneck Heaven, the local chain of Southern-themed breastaurants. On the one hand, it's a thriving business that boosts the local economy. "They have their niche in the market. They certainly know their target clientele, and they appeal to those people," explains James Kunke, the city's community relations and tourism director. On the other hand, the waitresses' generally skimpy attire, particularly during themed events like last week's (A)nything (B)ut (C)lothes, occasionally strikes residents as a bit too risque.

Technically, the no-clothes event complies with city rules, which require "a certain amount of coverage," Kunke says. "It says in the ordinance it has to be opaque coverage -- it can't be gauze or cellophane." Otherwise, an establishment has to be permitted as a sexually oriented business, of which there are currently none.

Lewisville police, after a thorough investigation last week, concluded that the body paint and other accessories covering servers' breasts and crotches at the (A)nything (B)ut (C)lothes event were, in fact, opaque. So, no violation of city rules. Tonight, the Lewisville City Council will consider whether to change that by excluding body paint, tattoos and body dye as acceptable forms of attire.

This is the second time in as many years that Redneck Heaven has goaded the council into action. Back in 2011, a resident complained that servers were wearing only pasties to cover their breasts. Here's how Star Local News explained the decision:

The amended ordinance redefines "nudity or state of nudity" to restrict certain attire from being worn by wait staff unless the business has an SOB permit. The amended definition now includes the lower portion of a breast. It reads "nudity or a state of nudity is the appearance of a human bare buttock, anus, male genitals, female genitals or female breast; or a state of dress which fails to completely and opaquely cover a human buttock, anus, male genitals, female genitals or part of a female breast or breasts that is situated below a point immediately above the top of the areola."


More at http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2013/07/redneck_heavens_painted_breast.php .

[font color=green]I wonder how thoroughly the Lewisville police investigated?[/font]
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