Peabody, MA – Peabody High School Principal and School board have fored a special education teacher to remove a mural outside of his classroom honoring fallen cops because teachers and students found it offensive.
Greg Schidler, a special education teacher, started a mural outside of his classroom five years ago honoring cops that have been killed in the line of duty.
The Peabody High School Principal along with the school board told Schidler last week that he had to remove the mural because students and teachers were “feeling threatened” by the mural honoring those who have sacrificed their lives to protect and serve their communities.
Fulton County, NY – The Sheriff of Fulton County has announced his deputies will not be enforcing Governor Cuomo’s unconstitutional Thanksgiving coronavirus order limiting family gatherings to 10 people or less.
After Governor Cuomo announced last week that residents of New York must limit their Thanksgiving family gatherings to 10 people or less many felt strongly that he was overstepping his boundaries and clearly abusing his power.
Sheriff Richard Giardino, a former D.A. and county judge in New York, announced that his deputies would not be going to homes in Fulton County to ensure residents were not celebrating the holiday.
Washington D.C. – On Sunday a Black Lives Matter activist was arrested after camera footage showed that he sucker punched a Trump supporter.
As hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Washington D.C. for a Pro Trump rally violence escalated as anti Trump supporters gathered in the area.
Kenneth Wayne Deberry, a BLM activist was caught on camera assaulting one Trump supporter to the point of knocking him unconscious.
A Pro Trump supporter was speaking into a megaphone when a group of anti Trump supporters began to surround him and assault the individual. Deberry then sucker punched the man causing him to fall to the ground. An other individual [...]
Oklahoma City, OK – A Seminole Police Department Officer responded to a call of a house fire last Friday only to discover it was his own home that was on fire with his family trapped inside.
On November 13, Officer Anthony Louie responded to the house fire call and when he saw it was his own home he rushed in to save his entire family.
“Upon entering the residence he had to run through the flame engulfed porch and in doing so sustained serious burns and smoke inhalation injuries. Officer Louie’s family was not physically injured due to his bravery and quick action.” – Seminole FOP Lodge 138
After many community members heard [...]