One surprise, and many predictable outcomes

There was one small surprise in the news.

The Alabama Senate has voted to allow a church to form its own police force.

Lawmakers on Tuesday voted 24-4 to allow Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham to establish a law enforcement department.

The church says it needs its own police officers to keep its school as well as its more than 4,000 person congregation safe.

Critics of the bill argue that a police department that reports to church officials could be used to cover up crimes.

The state has given a few private universities the authority to have a police force, but never a church or non-school entity.

Police experts have said such a police department would be unprecedented in the U.S.

Every link below could be summarized as “Not a big surprise.”

MIT professor expresses doubt regarding chemical weapons:

Land really is a factor of production:

Wall Street is crooked:

CNN cuck advocacy:

Cracked is cucked:

Precariat has one foot in the grave, and aging shoves them in:


Literal whores:

On Saturday, female sex workers took to the streets of Paris protesting a lack of clientele and poor working conditions.

The rally, which started in the afternoon at Pigalle Square had about 200-300 prostitutes screaming slogans such as “Stop hypocrisy. But not our customers!”, “Sex business is my work,” “My body is my business,” and so on.

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One Response to One surprise, and many predictable outcomes

  1. BMan says:

    I live across the street from a small Baptist church that employs its own security detail made up from off duty cops.

    As far as I know, there has never been any altercations that warrant such a thing.

    My community is very safe and 95% white.

    Not sure why they do it, but I know many of them and they are decent ppl.

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