EppsNet Archive: Virginia

No Political Violence on the Left?


I’m still shaking my head on this one: Even left-wing stalwarts like The Atlantic know that the Post’s “no violence on the left” premise is bogus: Look how peaceful and non-violent everyone is in the Post photo. Contrast that with, for example, these protesters at Berkeley earlier this year: I’m drawn to Berkeley examples because our son went to Berkeley and still lives in the area, because I know some current Berkeley students, and because Berkeley, ironically, used to be synonymous with the Free Speech Movement. The photos above show the protesters who showed up to violently shut down a scheduled talk by Milo Yiannopoulos, but the same thing seems to happen whenever any university schedules a conservative speaker. Here are a couple more left-wing protests, in Chicago and Charlottesville: We could go on and on with this . . . we’ve all seen this before so I don’t know… Read more →

My Dog Sends a Bark Out to the Puppy Heroes


A 3-year-old Virginia boy was rescued Saturday after spending the night in the woods with only his puppies to keep him warm. . . . Around 300 people helped search for the missing child, and a command center was set up at the local Baptist church. “God really protected the boy,” Grace Baptist Church Pastor Dave Kline said. “We are happy that we were able to help.” — FOXNews.com God is “dog” spelled backwards! I say God could have saved everyone a lot of time by not letting the boy get lost in the first place. Good thing he had his puppies to keep him warm! Don’t try this with kittens! — Lightning P.S. That is a photo of me keeping my owner warm when I was a puppy. Read more →