The Secretary of the Interior under Reagan and pro-developer would have sold the land to McDonald's. No World War II Vet Memorial would exist to close today. The economy would continue as McDonald's would be serving up fried, ground up cow gristle and paying illegals with dirty hands a pittance of a wage.
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A person suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head at Fletcher Arms in Waukesha Tuesday afternoon.
The subject was transported via Flight for Life for emergency medical care for his life-threatening wound, Capt. Ron Oremus said.
Waukesha police responded to Fletcher Arms, 1441 E. Main St., just before 3:10 p.m. Fletcher Arms is an indoor gun range and shooter supply store.
Oremus said it is unknown at this time whether it was intentional or accidental as it is "very early on in this investigation."
But he said it has been confirmed that no other individuals were involved.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
12 cases of collateral damage so far, a couple of in critical condition.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
It's just collateral damage. Some Fantastic, Bounty paper towels, paint scrappers to scoop up blown out brains and some sparkling compound and the office will be good to go.
There's more than one way to fire government employees sucking up our tax dollars.
WASHINGTON — The Washington Navy Yard was placed on lockdown after multiple shots were fired inside a building on the base, the U.S. Navy said. Four people were killed, according to several news reports. The Navy confirmed multiple fatalities, but would not immediately confirm that figure.
At least 10 people were injured in the shooting, including eight civilians, one Washington, D.C., Metro police officer and one base officer, D.C. Metro Police said.
CARLSBAD -- A Carlsbad boy is accused of fatally shooting his cousin late Wednesday night. Carlsbad police said Michael Schultz, 15, shot Jeremy Hatfield, 12, around 9 p.m. Wednesday at a home in the 400 block of North Olive Street.