You went to that "Watching Adams" webpage - why didn't you keep on reading? Lazy?
"If anyone made a direct threat to the campus or individuals on campus, then I hardly think that a persona non grata status would keep them away. Persona non grata is weak in regards to preventing violence towards the school. If Danny has made direct threats of violence like you claim, why is he not in jail? If you were truly interested in protecting our safety, you would use all of the legal tools available to prevent it. If Danny had made a direct threat against anyone, then he would have been arrested. Why is there no legal case against him? Why have you not been able to procure evidence of these "threats" that he has made? Furthermore, I am not sure how one can "imply" a threat. Tell us all exactly what threats were made and why a hastily implemented institutional policy was used to address it. "
ASU Police Department revises mission Posted on 05/04/2015
"Under the direction of new Chief of ASU Police, Paul Grohowski, the department has revised its mission statement:
“The mission of the men and women of the Adams State University Police Department is to mentor and guide the choices of tomorrow’s leaders by establishing community partnerships with our campus staff and students by providing proactive police and customer-related services aimed at crime reduction and the protection of life and property. “"
He's just proactively adjusting the Constitution. Ya know, cop stuff.
I know that here in San Jose the cops are just lazy and will tell you to your face they are not going to do shit until the city council gives them more money.
The only crimes they will "investigate" will be ones that have bodily injuries. NO blood no help. They, in all intents and purposes, are encouraging criminals so that they can get their %90 pensions and overstaffed department back.
Another victory for Janice Rogers Brown and the Clarence Thomas wing of the judiciary.
"In May 1996, Governor Pete Wilson appointed Brown as Associate Justice to the California Supreme Court. Before the appointment, she had been rated "not qualified" by the State Bar of California's Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation, which evaluates nominees to the California courts. She was the first person with that rating to be appointed."
I like a George Bush bashing as well as the next guy, but I don't think the members of Congress that voted for this unlimited War should be forgotten so easily. They voted to give that alcohol and cocaine addled parasite the power to do whatever he wanted -- and he did.
"by having the electromagnetically-sensitive participate in a blinded study requiring they clearly illustrate their ability to detect electromagnetic fields" -- If that money winning kid was mine he would tell you that his immune system has been so compromised by the evil magnetism that it would be impossible to do a scientific study.
By the way, would you ask any other person claiming to have a serious health issue to "prove it and, by the way, don't bleed on my couch"?
The Guardian and now, The Intercept, have banned me (or in the case of the Guardian - one year of we'll look before we post) for questioning the motives of reporters. Many sites don't like it when you name their names. They suck.
"There are few things more powerful than the direct targeting of an abusive individual's wallet, especially when that person had likely assumed his position would insulate him from being held accountable for his actions."
Will the world really end if the immunities of the powerful are taken away?