Video – This live walkabout explores Huntsville attractions near the Huntsville Depot Museum, but lurking in the background is the National Children’s Advocacy Center. Protecting abused kids seems like a good idea until the tables turn and the “answer” becomes the problem.
There’s a joke to it. What’s white and black and blue all over? Well, there’s white and black racism, and discrimination based on the blue color of law. Although, Brett Russell do look a little red-bone. Then the joke would be what’s black and white and red all over – making it a newspaper joke. In a way, it’s a little like the Is’s pledge of allegiance – corroborating the international terrorism connection. Hoo ha !!! Won’t it be interesting to see how long John Lee Bullard goes to jail – for compulsory medication by Novocaine – compared to the two dirtbags. Joke’s not that funny, but then, I’m not a newspaper man, I’m a journalist.
Growing up and living in Huntsville I’ve always heard it said: The police department is a Gestapo. For the most part, I just figured someone who done something wrong and got caught had become disgruntled. Over the years, however, I have slowly, sadly, and surely come to another conclusion. That’s based on a couple of […]
Response to E. Chris Newlin, executive director National Children’s Advocacy Center re: Letter To The Editor; Huntsville Times, June 6, 2012 The bottom line, Mr(s). Newlin, is for whatever apparently ineffective good the NCAC accomplishes, it is already deeply involved in “politically correct” child molestation on more than one level. Apparently, you’ve taken your cues […]