Biden argued today that Americans deserve a ‘fair wage’ so that they can send their children to college and purchase homes.
‘Just give them a chance. No hand out. Just give them a chance,’ he plead. ‘Because once you give Americans a chance, they have never, never, never, never, ever let their country down, he said. ‘Never.
‘So folks, it’s time to take back America, as we say. It’s time to change the tax code. It’s time to make sure you get equal share.’
We already have a progressive tax system. Yet that still isn’t good enough for Biden. They don’t want people to get a fair share or a share even equal to what they put in — NOPE. He wants people to get an EQUAL share.
Regardless of how much a person contributes to the profit; the janitor and the engineer should get the same share of the profit. The owner of the company who risks his family’s food and future shouldn’t get any more of the profit then the person who punches in for 40 hours a week and collects a paycheck.
Notice he doesn’t call for people to share equally in the risks, he doesn’t call for people to share equally in the work load; just the results.
Never forget people like these are not interested in equal opportunity but in equal outcome.
DALLAS — More than 100 Dallas police officers have been effectively left in the dark; locked out of a vital computer database that they need to do their jobs
123 officers, 62 of them actually patrolling the streets because required training wasn’t accomplished on time. There is plenty of blame to go around on this; partly the individual officers, they should stay on top of their training schedules. It sounds like at least some of them have tried but without success.
This is primarily a management issue:
Officers must undergo training every two years. If they don’t happen, their access is revoked.
The Dallas Police Department fell behind on training officers during the problem-plagued rollout of its new $4 million records management system (RMS). Police officials acknowledge 123 officers currently lack access, including 62 in patrol.
“The training team has been assigned the last two months almost on a full-time basis to RMS,” Maj. Scott Bratcher told News 8.
This is management 101; stay on top of projects, don’t let them distract you from the basics, manage your staffing. And the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas City Council are failing at the basics.
Yet we are supposed to rely on organizations like this for our safety according to the anti-rights cultists. Doesn’t that just fill you with confidence and hope?
I understand how problems like this occur. In private business it impacts the financial situation of a company and its employees. In a governmental agency; this doesn’t just impact employ safety but the safety of the public also. Cops could be missing information to make arrests needed to get criminals off the streets. If officers have to double up; fewer cars will be on patrol or responding to problems.
And it is all avoidable with proper management.
So the question becomes; is this the means you want to de
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis insists “we’re going to win” despite her Republican opponent’s sizeable advantage in campaign cash and opinion polls.
The state senator from Fort Worth suggested Tuesday that long disillusioned voters will turn out to cast November ballots in stronger-than-expected numbers – enough to push her underdog bid over the top.
It sounds like — denial. Like Desperation. And sorry Ms. Davis but I will work to upset your plans. Consistently you’ve voted against individual rights as my Senator; I really don’t want to see you in the governor’s office.
Abbott has a 12 point lead over Davis and since the state legislature isn’t in session for her to pull any more grandstanding stunts; I don’t see that changing. Those who support Abbott need to make sure to spread the word and have people show up at the polls.
Hillary Clinton was the planned keynote speaker at the 17th Annual Western Healthcare Leadership Academy in San Diego on April 11 – but she’s cancelled her visit in the midst of planned protests from San Diego locals and military families.
Regardless, that’s what Dallas police Chief David Brown advocated to City Council members wednesday in an effort to give his officer access to the private financial records of criminal suspects.
“This information can be used to take down these organizations — multiple drug houses, open air drug sales,” the chief said. “We can access this information.”
Brown asked the Council to let officers access private banking and financial information that’s protected under the federalBank Secrecy Act. Brown said this information — already being collected by the feds, but tightly controlled — would help him take down local drug dealers.
State Sen. Diane Patrick, R-Arlington, trailed in election results all of Tuesday night — and final results showed she lost her re-election bid, claiming only 44 percent of the vote.
The tally for her challenger, Tony Tinderholt, a former military man making his first bid for public office, steadily climbed Tuesday night and ultimatley reached 55 percent of the vote.
Tinderholt said he was running for this office because he was worried about “the future of the nation and the future of Texas.”
Patrick, a former schoolteacher and professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, said she was seeking a fifth term in office because she wanted to help address key issues such as water, transportation and education.
It made me smile every time I read it. Once I post it, I might not look at it again. Oh well, I’ll just have to get used to calling Rep. Tinderholt come November.