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Friday, November 27, 2015

Good eating from the burbs to the city

I was visiting the Pilsen neighborhood while conducting my black Friday shopping. I got hungry and ventured in.
I ordered the sweet and sour chicken with ship fried rice and 2 egg rolls and 2 cans of coke. When it came up I had an extra egg roll. I informed them and I got was oh that's ok that for your long wait.

The food was good and what I ordered came to 20.00 bucks.
1 01. Egg Roll (2) : 1 2.50
2 Can of Soda : 2 2.00
Choice of Soda Can:
3 F. Sweet & Sour Chicken : 1 8.95
Sub Rice:
Jumbo Shrim Fried Rice ($2.00)
SubTotal 13.45
Tax 1.45
Total 18.90

Which was good I give it 4 Seartowers.
The address and phone number is on the picture

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Operation 99 who

A little boy started going out in a military style uniform shaking hands with U.S. soldiers and going to cemeteries to lay flags and to set up a table for the missing soldier. Either way we thought we would honor him with a blog about the wonderful things he has done and continues to do. He hasn't posted anything in a while according to his face book page. However we support him and his operation. So we are giving him former blogger Detective Longcock award and the highest medal given out by us. See his info to help support his mission. His information is pictured below.

Thank you to all of our veterans.
God bless.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Chicago Police sent to Southworst Airlines for two men carrying a box and speaking Aribic

2 guys from Philadelphia that own a pizza parlor were not allowed on the aircraft because they were speaking Aribic and fellow passengers were concerned for what was in the box. Hours later they were allowed back on the plane after a strip search, cavity search and 4 pizza later they bored the plane for the city of brotherly love.

Animal escaped Brookfield zoo and was found

A Berwyn woman driving on 31st Street said she saw the naked trekker around 9:25 a.m. west of Maple Avenue. Brookfield police weren’t able to find the swift streaker after several calls came in around 9:30 a.m., according Brookfield Police.

Blue Island cop arrested with criminal sexual assault

John Miller, a Blue Island police officer, is charged with two counts of predatory criminal sexual assault. Miller, 51, appeared for a bond hearing at the criminal courthouse in Bridgeview - but it never happened. The hearing was transferred to another courthouse after his defense attorney convinced the judge that he had no jurisdiction to hear the case because the alleged crimes happened in Blue Island, which is in another jurisdiction.

Cook County sheriff's deputies arrested Miller on Wednesday morning, about a week after investigators said someone came to the Blue Island Police Department accusing the veteran cop of a sex crime. Police officials then called in the Cook County sheriff's office, which began investigating the allegations.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

ISIS Threatens to blow up NYC

A new video produced by the Islamic State's (ISIS) media Furaat Media Center threatens an attack on New York City.

The video shows TGI Fridays in Times Square and the Gap in Herald Square as well as yellow taxis driving by, according the The New York Post. The video also features jihadis praising "soldiers of the caliphate in France" for their "blessed operation" that killed 129 and injured more than 350 on Friday, according to the Post.

Late Wednesday night, Mayor Bill de Blasio said there is no "specific and credible threat" against the city.
Police Commissioner William Bratton agreed with the mayor during an evening news conference by both men in Times Square, adding that there was nothing new about the video, which he called "hastily produced."

"There is no credible and specific threat against New York City," de Blasio said, encouraging New Yorkers to "go about their business" as normal, while remaining watchful.

"While some of the video footage is not new, the video reaffirms the message that New York City remains a top terrorist target," New York City Police Department spokesman Stephen Davis told Fox News.

"While there is no current or specific threat to the City at this time, we will remain at a heightened state of vigilance and will continue to work with the FBI, the Joint Terrorism Task Force and the entire intelligence community to keep the City of New York safe," according to another NYPD spokesman, J. Peter Donald.

The video is an effort by ISIS to build on the momentum of the attacks not only in Paris, but in Beirut and Baghdad as well, National Review columnist and terrorism expert Tom Rogan said Wednesday on Fox News

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Obama to declare martial law

Obama is preparing to declare martial law in America. He may decide not to do so but it is a prepared option that requires nothing more than the say-so of one man. The necessary Executive Order has been authorized. The National Defense Resources Preparedness grants Obama power over “resources and services needed to support…plans and programs” in “the event of a potential threat to the security of the United States.” The grant of authority is so complete that it includes the ability to commandeer technology, industry, and the nation’s other resources down to its “food resources, livestock resources, and the distribution of farm equipment and commercial fertilizer.”

The legal framework for martial law is in place.

The signs are unmistakable. They include: Homeland Security recently purchased $1.6 billion worth of ammunition for domestic use by its 100,000+ armed enforcement agents; it also acquired thousands of military-style armored vehicles.

What is martial law?

Martial law occurs when the military or militarized law enforcement replaces civilian authorities in order to impose military rule during an emergency. Civil liberties are suspended. In the United States, a pivot point that signals  martial law is the suspension of habeas corpus – the right to a hearing on whether an imprisonment is lawful. In practice, habeas corpus means a person cannot be imprisoned without legitimate charges and due process. The U.S. Constitution recognizes the suspension of habeas corpus as an identifying feature of martial law in Article I, Section 9, “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”

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