Mayor Pete Buttigieg said today Police Chief Ron Teachman committed no wrongdoing and will not face discipline for a complaint of misconduct — a decision that prompted the chairman of the Board of Public Safety to resign.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg will not be handing down any disciplinary action on Police Chief Ron Teachman related to the events at the Martin Luther King Jr Rec Center.
The office of Representative Raul M. Grijalva (D–AZ) distributed a “Dear Colleagues” letter to House Republicans on March 1 that seeks to debunk what it describes as four “myths” about the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). The truth is more complex than the letter allows. Taking the four “myths” in turn:
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday signed a controversial U.N. treaty on arms regulation, riling U.S. lawmakers who vow the Senate will not ratify the agreement.
Secretary of State John Kerry has officially signed the U.N Arms Treaty, many countries have signed the treaty but it will not take effect until 50 nations have ratified it. On March 23, Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) introduced an amendment to prohibit the U.S. from entering into such a treaty. The amendment passed the Senate by a vote of 53 to 46. But since Kerry has officially signed the treaty it can be called up for future Senate votes to accept or reject a resolution of ratification. If ratified, the treaty could lead to a national and international gun registry for Americans. Fox News has more on the story. The following is a list of the 46 Senators Who Voted to Turn Your Gun Rights Over to UN:
Elgin Community College in Elgin,IL, has invited domestic terrorist Bill Ayers to speak on Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
“We lose a lot of football players because their teams lose so badly,” Robert Rochin, deputy commissioner for the league, told KCRA-TV. “If they are constantly getting beat, who wants to play anymore? We lose kids all season long because of that.”
Sen. Ted Cruz ended his nearly day-long filibuster at noon Wednesday, having held the chamber floor for more than 21 hours straight, etched his place in the record books with the fourth-longest filibuster in Senate history, and raised his own profile and boosted his quest to defund the health care law.
Wayer did ask the court to let him serve his sentence in the St. Joseph County Jail where he could visit his mother. Wayer said he has developed skin cancer on his arm but that he planned to refuse treatment and, “let the cancer take me.”