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Make-A-Wish boy continues royal treatment at Boise State

I love hearing stories like this one. ktvb.com:

A Minnesota boy, whose big wish was to meet the Boise State Broncos and be part of the team, continued his dream tour in Boise on Friday.

12-year-old Shane Swanson has battled spina bifida his entire life. He received a wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation and his headed straight for the Boise State blue.

On Thursday, Swanson received star treatment when he arrived at the airport. And on Friday, he got a blue carpet welcome from some of the Bronco cheerleaders, BSU's swim team and other athletes.

He was then escorted to a news conference set up just for him, where he could answer questions and sign a letter of intent as an 'Honorable Member of Bronco Nation.'

"I'm like, 'Wow.' That's about the words that could come out of my mouth," said Swanson. "I thought it was awesome."

Swanson's incredible experience is the third wish granted by Boise State in the past four years.

He will be at Bronco Stadium for the game on Saturday.

Unwanted segment of the population

Creepy Uncle Sam

California College Forbids Passing Out Constitutions... On Constitution Day

I'm sorry, you need to get a permit to request a permit to be permitted to speak.  Seen at thefire.org:

MODESTO, Calif., September 19, 2013—In a stunning illustration of the attitude taken towards free speech by too many colleges across the United States, Modesto Junior College in California told a student that he could not pass out copies of the United States Constitution outside the student center on September 17, 2013—Constitution Day. Captured on video, college police and administrators demanded that Robert Van Tuinen stop passing out Constitution pamphlets and told him that he would only be allowed to pass them out in the college’s tiny free speech zone, and only after scheduling it several days or weeks ahead of time. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has written to Modesto, demanding that the college rescind this policy immediately.

Two fathers, both protecting their kids, two entirely different outcomes

First, from last week in Texas:

A Texas father who discovered a man raping his five-year-old daughter and beat him to death with his bare hands will not be charged with homicide under state law.

A Lavaca County grand jury decided not to press charges against the 23-year-old father in the June 9th death of Jesus Mora Flores, 47, who was killed inside a remote shack after he was caught molesting the young girl.

Under Texas state law, deadly force is authorized and indeed, justified in order to stop an aggravated sexual assault and coupled with the fact that the harrowing 911 calls made by the father back claims he even tried to save the pedophile’s life led to the grand jury’s decision.

Then, more recently in New Mexico:

Emilio Chavez III of Albuquerque allegedly beat Dylan Maho so badly after he found the man naked outside his home that he has been charged with aggravated battery. Maho had to be taken to the hospital in critical condition but is now stable.

The incident occurred Thursday around 2:30 a.m. when family members heard something outside of the 13 and 15-year-old girls’ window.

Sentenced to death for a sip of water

After a hot day of picking berries in the fields, all she wanted was a cool drink of water.  Now she is facing death by hanging.  Read the whole store at nypost.com:

I’ve been locked up, handcuffed and chained, banished from the world and waiting to die. I don’t know how long I’ve got left to live. Every time my cell door opens my heart beats faster. My life is in God’s hands and I don’t know what’s going to happen to me. It’s a brutal, cruel existence. But I am innocent. I’m guilty only of being presumed guilty. I’m starting to wonder whether being a Christian in Pakistan today is not just a failing, or a mark against you, but actually a crime.

But though I’m kept in a tiny, windowless cell, I want my voice and my anger to be heard. I want the whole world to know that I’m going to be hanged for helping my neighbor. I’m guilty of having shown someone sympathy. What did I do wrong? I drank water from a well belonging to Muslim women, using “their” cup, in the burning heat of the midday sun.

I, Asia Bibi, have been sentenced to death because I was thirsty. I’m a prisoner because I used the same cup as those Muslim women, because water served by a Christian woman was regarded as unclean by my stupid fellow fruit-pickers.

That day, June 14, 2009, is imprinted on my memory. I can still see every detail.

Developing Story in Texas involving a DHS Operation

Sourced from misguidedchildren.com:

Ladies and gentlemen, if this information is even half-way accurate, it is very disturbing and possibly the beginning of a serious situation in this country. Either way, wrong or right, fake or real, if there is even a 50% chance that this is a legitimate piece of information, I feel it is my duty to report it, even if I end up looking like a fool later.

I have heard numerous chirps, stirrings, tips, and flat-out warnings by people on the ground in Texas, specifically two sources that I know personally who are there. I have been told that this is indeed a real situation and that while not all the information may be 100% spot on, most of it is.

It is being reported by multiple sources that DHS and various agencies in Texas law enforcement, as well as the FBI, are carrying out a Homeland Security Training Operation in Austin, Texas, over the next few weeks (yes, weeks, you did not misread) and if the length of this operation was not disturbing and suspicious enough, a trusted source has told me that there is the same kind of operation being carried out in Pasadena, California.

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by Dr. Radut