Tammy on April 23, 2017
Patricia, Pippa and Corkie Our friend and longtime TAM Patricia Smiley passed away last Thursday, April 20. She was surrounded by family in the comfort of her home. Patricia was one of the first TAMs and provided wonderful advice and support when Tammy Radio went independent. A regular contributor for the blog and excellent researcher and helper for Tammy Radio, her support and friendship really helped make our work easier, smarter and more successful. On Twitter, she was always active, sharing stories and making sure her followers were well informed and encouraged. Her pups and social media representatives, Pippa and Corkie, would always make me smile. In addition to being a great independent conservative, like most of us, she was...
Tammy on April 19, 2017
Thanks to Judicial Watch. Judicial Watch today announced that a California U.S. District Court has ruled that 75-year-old veteran Robert Rosebrock is not guilty of violating federal law for displaying two four by six inch American Flags above a Veterans Affairs (VA) fence on Memorial Day, May 30, 2016. The rulings were handed down in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California (United States of America v. Robert L. Rosebrock, (CC11, 4920201; 4920202; 6593951). Rosebrock had been charged with desecrating the VA grounds by hanging the displaying the two napkin-sized American Flags on a section of the fence adjacent to the Great Lawn Gate at the entrance to the Veterans Park. Rosebrock attorneys pointed out that in the...
Tammy on April 18, 2017
It’s over. Thank god no one else was hurt. Via Fox News. Steve Stephens, the so-called “Facebook killer” who sparked a multi-state manhunt after he brazenly gunned down a Cleveland man at random, killed himself Tuesday morning in Erie County as cops closed in, Pennsylvania State Police said on Facebook. Stephens was spotted by members of the state police who attempted a traffic stop and “after a brief pursuit, Stephens shot and killed himself.” Murder suspect fatally shoots himself after "brief pursuit" in Erie, Pa., cops say; officials to give update on case https://t.co/WhW2Ivo94u pic.twitter.com/K9amnNrVRa — CBS News (@CBSNews) April 18, 2017
Tammy on April 17, 2017
It killed itself. Good riddance. Via Washington Times. Arcan Cetin, the man charged with killing five people with a rifle at a Washington state mall last fall, was found dead over the weekend in his jail cell. Police took Mr. Cetin into custody after a Sept. 23 rampage inside a Macy’s department store at Burlington’s Cascade Mall. Officials with the Snohomish County Jail found the twenty-year-old hanging in his cell Sunday night. “He apparently committed suicide,” Chris Ingalls, a reporter for a local NBC affiliate, said Monday. “I think they found his body last night in the county jail. … If he’s put on suicide watch that’s usually pretty intensive and labor intensive for the jail. Snohomish County Jail in...
Tammy on April 16, 2017
Okey-dokey. Yes, but was she wearing a pajama top? I suppose if you’re going to resort to robbing banks you might as well be comfortable! LOL! Via Fox News. Utah police are searching for a woman in pajama bottoms who tried to rob five banks in a 90-minute period Saturday. The woman struck the banks in Salt Lake County between 9:21 a.m. and 11:55 a.m., Fox 13 Utah reports. Her bank robbery spree also includes a robbery Friday afternoon at a sixth Salt Lake County bank. Police say the woman netted cash in five of the heists, according to the station. She ran out of a bank Saturday empty handed apparently after becoming spooked. “It’s very brazen; she feels like...