Dennis, you seem to be pretty harsh for one mistake. Maybe she had a bad day at work and needed to relax? Maybe something is going on in her family and she needed a stress relief? It didn't say if she was driving recklessly, just that it was a DUI. They didn't say her BAC, so who are we to assume she was so drunk that she couldn't function? These days, all you have to do is accidently swallow some mouth wash and it would be over the legal limit. No need to jump to rash conclusions about her or her responsibility -- one mistake doesn't define a person's character.
I think looking into favors done for the boy and his family is just ridiculous. Did people ever consider that LFO isn't a championship team and that if he could be the star player on a championship team his senior year, he'd have a better chance of getting a good scholarship to college? Looking for things that aren't there is just going to cause more problems than needed for everyone involved.
Didn't the TFP have an article a couple weeks ago about home schooled kids playing for public school teams? We can allow someone who is home schooled to play for a team they don't even belong to, but we can't allow a student to play for his school's team? This town is messed up.
Jesse -- Do you mean to say that almost everything Chrisitans do that gets covered by the media make them look bad? Because if that's the case, then I agree. There are a lot more Christians out there that actually act like Christians than the ones that don't. But, then again, that's how the media is; they like to stir up controversy among everyone so we all get mad and blame each other.
dao1980 -- manufactoring marijuana = growing the plant, cutting it, processing it, etc. to make it a salable.
Has there been any updates on Mr. Kilgore's status? I hope he is getting better.
nucanuck -- He wasn't a suspect of a "normal" murder or theft charge. He was a suspect of killing innocent Americans, people he shared citizenship with. A terrorist is a terrorist. I can promise you that are charges brought against him and plans he has that we, as citizens, will never know. Don't rely on soley what a news article says. If he has been a target for a while, then there have been previous reasons for him to be targeted.
onetinsoldier -- I'm not really sure if you're an actual American soldier, based on your name, but if you can't remember, let me refresh your mind. Soldiers are sworn to protect their contry and it's citizens from foreign and DOMESTIC threats. It's not like he was targeted for no reason.
"U.S. officials have said they believe al-Awlaki directed, led and planned attempted attacks on the U.S. He was believed to have inspired the Fort Hood shooter, Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan, and to have played a more direct role in the Christmas 2009 attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound airliner."
And in war, the battlefield is everywhere.