Eric Morris

Eric Morris 14 hours, 18 minutes ago on Jury's verdict: Former Craig police officer not guilty of child abuse, third-degree assault

Since I am anti-state, I like incompetent state actors like Barkey, but, really, has this guy ever won a single trial? He must have the lowest winning percentage in the easiest job in the world, government prosecutor in 2016.

I found this interesting in the paper covering the other place I am a tax slave. This prosecutor would have pulled a Barkey and not charged if it was a trusted man in blue, not one of these fairer-sex interlopers like Bantle and Reneau. It's almost like they want to force them out of the ol' boys club.

http://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2016/12/09/indiana-father-charged-toddlers-accidental-shooting/95211434/

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Eric Morris 2 days, 16 hours ago on City, county close to ordering schematic designs for shared law enforcement facility

If they add some space for Boomer II and the nice couple funding his training spring for the steroid sniffing package (after all, the cops don't like people using the all night gym), maybe the doggie could get some easy busts. Naw, the whole place has been reformed, just listen to the new chief tell it to Council, so need to watch the watchers.

http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/cop-roid-rage-are-steroids-behind-worst-police-abuses

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Eric Morris 4 days, 3 hours ago on Private donors step up to fund a second drug-sniffing dog to cut down on heroin in Routt County

I hope these fools donating this money are the first people whose constitutional rights go to the dogs.

In a positive, why can't all government "services" be based on what people are willing to voluntarily pay or donate for them?

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Eric Morris 1 week, 2 days ago on Ben Beall: Another vision to consider

Yes, Debbie, I am blessed and eternally grateful to God for that. I just wish that people saw that zoning is anathema to His natural law and is actually counter-productive to goals like affordability, density, and diversity.

I posted a longer version of this rant on the other discussion.

Houston, we don't have a problem?

http://houstonstrategies.blogspot.com/2016/10/houstons-lack-of-zoning-held-up-as.html?m=1

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Eric Morris 1 week, 2 days ago on Bob Woodmansee: Selective listening

And hopefully notice that for all of Houston's geographic and climate disadvantages, leftists and right-anarchists agree that lack of nanny-state zoning (i.e. restrictions on private property) may actually allow places to be denser, more affordable and more diverse economically and demographically. Maybe people don't attend the meetings because innately they know it is wrong, counter-productive and some high government official will overturn it anyway as they see fit.

http://houstonstrategies.blogspot.com/2016/10/houstons-lack-of-zoning-held-up-as.html?m=1

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Eric Morris 1 week, 2 days ago on Ben Beall: Another vision to consider

Didn't people like Castro have "master plans"? The eternal boogeyman "over there".

I already have my luxury condo, bought and paid for, so I hope "We the People" shrink the growth boundary rather than expand it. After all, it is the "Land of the Free".

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Eric Morris 4 weeks, 1 day ago on K-9 sniffs out heroin, meth

Why a constitutional right to kill a baby in her womb but she can't ingest any product her heart desires? Double standard. Land of the free where dogs are more honored than fetuses or the right of the women to mess up her own life.

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Eric Morris 4 weeks, 1 day ago on Harriet Freiberger: In your honor

The US collaborated with Stalin. Western Europe now is nearly as socialist as eastern was. Plus, all that blood and $20 trillion in treasure hasn't made Routt County safer but less safe.

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