Tag Archives: Uvalde

Moving to the sounds of the guns…

I am told that the statistics here in the States are pretty clear. When police forces end shooting and killing sprees, the average toll of dead is 14.3 people. When a private, armed citizen is the one who stops the … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary on the News, Nathan's Rants | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

More about Texas and Uvalde – and the American police state

Yesterday’s commentary was and is a condemnation of the State of the former Republic of Texas. And of the County of Uvalde. And the City of Uvalde. And of the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District. But we want to point … Continue reading

Posted in Nathan's Rants | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Is Uvalde the event that brings the whole charade down?

The charade of how government “protects” us? How “taxes are the price we pay for civilization?” Ever since that murdering madman went into a government-run, tax-funded (“public”) school in Uvalde, Texas, the questions and the revelations have be tumbling out … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary on the News, Nathan's Rants | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

The cowardice in school (and other) shootings

As we discussed last week, the Uvalde school killings are the latest in a long and growing string of school invasions in which school and police responses were – to put it tactfully – suboptimal. And as TPOL has already … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary on the News, Nathan's Rants | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Cowards in uniforms

Publisher’s note: Workload, sickness, and other factors caused an unexpected and unwanted gap in publishing. Hopefully, TPOL will be back on schedule now for the rest of May. We will seek to have more, shorter commentaries and look forward to … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary on the News, Nathan's Rants | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments