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According to CBS, the mid-west is "bracing" for record global warming tonight. Be safe

and bundle up. Thanks Al.

Historic amounts of global warming pounding northeast. 6000 flights

cancelled due to global warming. NY, Philly, DC bracing for the 1000 mile wide global warming cloud heading their way. Al Roker is reporting on it right now.

All hail to the church of global warming. Our faith in our religion is unshakeable.

Send us all of your money, right now, because a cartoon says the hoax is real. Tithe the proper amount or face our scorn.

The best and most enjoyable to behold results from the debate last night.

The hard left lib media got their butts handed to them on a silver platter by the adults on stage.

All of the hard left lib commentators were absolutely shocked that these RWNJ's would dare to call them on their hard left lib biased questioning.

The hard left lib commentators laughing with each other about their nasty questions, and patting each other on the back for their "gotcha" questions blew up in their idiotic faces.

Everyone, including the rest of the left lib media, is laughing at them today, and for days to come.

All of the con candidates came off looking like adults while the CNBC lib commentators came off looking like fools.

And lastly, all of their "oh so smart lap dog followers" making silly excuses today for hard left lib CNBC's rediculous folly in attempting to sound smart and ending up just the opposite.

Priceless. Simply priceless.

The CNBC hard left lib commentators are showing their

unbridled hard left wing bias and are getting their asses handed back to them. They think they're so smart and I'm laughing at their ignorance. What a joke that "news?" Station is. What a joke. Unbelievable bias.

Certain lives matter. Others, not so much.

DWS in front row. Was that 2 insane asylum workers on each side of her? I hope so.

Take all the guns away. Bernie is the sensible one? I'm going to have to

rewind this and view it again.

I know it's early, but all I've heard so far is

take from those that choose to work and give it to those that choose not to work.

In my opinion, a woman is safer being able to protect themselves with a gun than they would be

without one. This woman with a gun proves my point. But if she hadn't had a gun to protect herself, probably not much could have happened to her in the 23 minutes it took for the authorities to arrive.

Some here would prefer she, and other women, not have this ability to protect themselves. I don't get that kind of thought.

www.kezi.com

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Lisa Atkin said it was a long 23 minutes after she stopped an intruder at gunpoint after he broke into her home Wednesday morning. Now she’s spreading the message about how firearm training helped her stop a burglary.
Normally Atkin wouldn’t be home on a Wednesday morning. “I’m home sick from work today and I was resting in bed,” said Atkin.
Around 9:00 a.m. her three labs started making a commotion. “My thought was they were fooling around being the puppy Labradors that they are. But as it got louder obviously that wasn’t the case,” said Atkin.
So she got up to figure out what was going on. “As the noise came more in the house I decided I needed to get my handgun from my nightstand and proceed cautiously through the house,” said Atkin.
That’s when she found Joseph Baker inside her home. “So that’s when I took the gun from its holster and commanded the person to stay still and get down on the floor and asked him what he was doing in my home,” said Atkin.
While the no trespassing signs, security system, and dogs didn’t stop Baker from breaking through two doors to get into the house, Atkin’s extensive firearm training stopped the burglary. “We’ve been through the Oregon Firearms Academy courses so we were trained to deal with these kinds of situations,” said Atkin.
While she never thought she would use this training at home, she’s hopeful other women can learn from her experience. “Twenty three minutes is a long time and while most people in town wouldn’t have to wait that long for a response, it was an incredibly quick response for where we live. Without that training the outcomes could’ve been a little different so I’m blessed to be here today,” said Atkin.
Baker is lodged in the Lane County Jail facing charges of burglary, resisting arrest, menacing, and criminal mischief.
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