Here’s the background on this story which I discussed at length on Tammy Radio today. The dad and son are terrific, thank goodness they stood their ground. Now this morning they appeared on Fox and Friends. The 11 year-old son’s reaction to the police visit? “It was getting me really mad.” Great stuff.

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  1. ancientwrrior says:

    Typical of this governments administration, intimidate to get whatever they want whether it’s legal or not (the ends justify the means).

  2. Shifra says:

    We are becoming a fascist country. If the Left succeeds in taking away everyone’s guns, we are doomed.

  3. midget says:

    God Bless this family standing up for their rights we still have. I thought the story about the kid with the pop tart was bad but then I was watching an old rerun of the sitcom Roseanne (in the 80’s) and there was her “son” DJ laughing at how he had eaten his POP TART IN THE SHAPE OF A GUN.Dont remember any fallout about that. I guess it helped to have Reagan in the WH.

  4. Cernunnos81 says:

    Smart little lad, that. I’d have had to seriously keep my temper. Especially when the CPS idiot stated that if I didn’t open the safe they’d take my kids. I’m sorry, you can’t do that. You have no evidence of illegal activities, you have no probable cause for your search, you have no warrant or court order stating that you Can search, let alone that you have the authority to take the children if I refuse the search, so No search. There’s the door. You can either grab my kids and I’ll be suing the state and making sure you never work again, as well as making sure your supervisor gets hammered, or you can walk out the door and come back when you find a judge to get you that warrant, so I can sue you And him.

    MWAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Hate social workers. Bane of the intelligent free world. I see the use for CPS, there are people that are Horrible, but they Keep their kids and guys like This get screwed with.

  5. Kitten says:

    You know these people had every intention of making an example outta this “law-abiding” Father and son. Well, I say they should turn the tables and make an example outta the State (like Cern said) and sue them. Sue the police department, child protection services and every other department that had any part in this travesty on this American family. This is still America, right?

  6. Charles_TX says:

    As bad as the blatant anti-Second Amendment stance of NJ is, the most troubling part of the story was that the CPS worker refused to identify herself. We have allowed petty bureaucrats to remain nameless far too long which has given them a sense of immunity from the consequences of their actions.

  7. Alain41 says:

    Agree with all of the above.

    Off-topic, column has new info. about Adam Lanza, more to come, I’m sure.

    “…“We were told (Lanza) had around 500 people on this sheet,”…It had to have taken years. It sounded like a doctoral thesis…“This was the work of a video gamer, and that it was his intent to put his own name at the very top of that list…“They believe that (Lanza) believed that it was the way to pick up the easiest points. It’s why he didn’t want to be killed by law enforcement. In the code of a gamer, …, if somebody else kills you, they get your points. They believe that’s why he killed himself….“He [Lanza] didn’t snap that day…“He had been planning this thing forever…he learned something from his game that you learn in (police) school, about how if you’re moving from room to room — the way he was in that school — you have to reload before you get to the next room…The police in Connecticut believe that Lanza’s mother, a gun lover herself, was an enabler of her son’s increasing obsession with guns, that she was making straw purchases of guns for him all along, and ignoring the fact that he was getting more and more fixated on them….”

  8. TheGreenHornet says:

    Wow, what a shocker. The police are once again on the front lines, destroying the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Those “heroes” and that loser from child protective services need to all be fired. They simply could not believe that someone actually stood up to them. I wish someone would pass a law that would take away the pensions from police and government employees who knowingly and willfully violate the rights of the people. The pocket book is about the only thing these people understand. I know that will never happen. I hope this guy lawyers up.

  9. strider says:

    Again pouncing on an opportunity to use children as an aid to move an agenda.

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