Taking a Break

June 7, 2011

Hi everyone.

I have been trying to post, but it’s been increasingly difficult.

I don’t believe in writing when it’s forced.

It’s painful, because I have multiple family issues that require extreme and utmost attention.

I don’t short change my family.

I’m a WIFE,  a Mother, and a Daughter.  I work full time – this is not my job. I don’t make any money here.  I must leave for a while to attend to two very seriously life altering situations in my life and that of my family.  I can only ask for your prayers.  My mother has grown seriously ill and potentially fatally.  I am also going to have a baby.  I am not a young woman, so it’s been difficult.  But I can’t short change my writing either.  So, I am putting the blog down for a while.

I plan to return.  I LOVE writing, politics, history and science and I’m a female, which means I have an OPINION.  But MY FAMILY COMES FIRST.

I appreciate everyone’s comments.  The good, the bad and even the ugly.




Montana – Students Secretly Expelled from Schools for hunting rifles – 300+ students expelled – Outrageous

December 19, 2010



Obama is pushing much more through than any of our politicians are willing to take on as an issue.  Thats the point.  He’s raising all these issues and knows that only so much is going to be fought over.

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300+ School Students Secretly Expelled From Montana Schools For Legal Hunting Rifles

Sunday, December 19th, 2010 at 11:13 AM


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300+ School Students Secretly Expelled From Montana Schools For Legal Hunting Rifles



MISSOULA, MONT. –-(Ammoland.com)- The Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA) warns the public about a culture of secrecy surrounding student expulsions from public high schools in Montana.

Montana Shooting Sports Association

Montana Shooting Sports Association

Over 300 (maybe over 400) Montana students have been expelled since 1996, most for inadvertently leaving hunting rifles locked in student vehicles in school parking lots as recently happened in Columbia Falls.

Operating in a common pattern across Montana, school officials advise parents of to-be-expelled students that school board hearings to finalize expulsion will be closed to the media and public, ostensibly to protect the privacy of the student involved.

Parents are led to believe that such privacy closure is required. They are not informed that they can waive privacy and allow media and the public to attend and witness such hearings. This sometimes real concern about student privacy also conveniently allows school officials to hide these too-common expulsions from public awareness – to sweep this common practice under the school rug.

“School officials almost always claim their hands are tied by law,” MSSA President Gary Marbut commented, “and they have no choice but to expel students.”

But, Marbut explained, this claim is simply not correct. State law allows discipline for these cases to be determined on a case-by-case basis, and federal law exempts from enforcement any firearm locked inside a vehicle on school property. “The hang ‘em high misapplication of the law gets so cloaked in secrecy that the public is prevented from knowing how widespread this abuse is” Marbut said.

MSSA asks parents and students to spread the word that parents clearly may waive student privacy if they wish, allowing them to pack the expulsion hearing room with media, friends and members of the public in order to shed some daylight on this secretive expulsion practice by education officials. Students will usually benefit from public exposure of these instances, such as the recent one in Columbia Falls, where students are forced to an expulsion hearing and traumatized over conduct that is actually protected under the federal Gun Free Schools Act. The public needs to know which school board members tolerate such institutionalized abuse by school officials.


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MSSA also encourages parents of any high school students expelled for having a hunting arm in a vehicle on school property to contact MSSA at 549-1252 or mssa@mtssa.org.

Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
Author, Gun Laws of Montana




Update- Brazilian boy with needles stuck inside lives. Stepfather wanted to kill him to spite his wife.

December 29, 2009

Absolutely terrible.  Here’s an update.



SAO PAULO — Brazilian doctors have decided not to immediately remove nine of the 31 needles found in a toddler’s body because his life is no longer in danger.

Dr. Roque Aras said Tuesday that the remaining needles are small and don’t pose a significant threat. Dr. Aras isn’t ruling out future operations, however.

The 2-year-old boy had his third surgery in 10 days on Monday to extract four needles from his neck. Doctors removed 14 more from his intestines, liver and bladder last week, and four from near his heart and lungs earlier.

Police accuse the boy’s stepfather, Roberto Carlos Magalhaes, and his lover of attempted murder, though prosecutors have not yet filed charges.

Mr. Magalhaes told Globo TV he wanted to kill the child to spite his wife.


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