A calm, sane response to the Insanity in Kentucky and the White House

Today we are calling for the removal of Louisville Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Chief of Police  Robert Schroeder as well as the prosecution of the officers involved with the Breonna Taylor murder. Not just a token indictment (slap on the wrist) to one officer for “recklessly discharging his weapon”. All three officers need to be indicted and prosecuted for murder.

And while a 12 million dollar settlement for Ms. Taylor’s family is a beginning, Ms. Taylor, the murdered EMT, is no longer alive to see that money. And obviously law enforcement in Kentucky, have not learned anything about ‘recklessly discharging’ their firearms, since the murders continue.

And while talk about a Kentucky Derby Boycott is an idea, like the slogan ‘Black Lives Matter’ or ‘Me too’ or ‘De-fund the Police’ — it is not a great idea.

The message is no more ‘Black Lives matter’ than it can remain ‘White Lives matter’ or ‘Blue Lives Matter’, the message has to be ‘All Lives Matter’ or we have missed the point.

No one I know — cares about the Kentucky Derby, so it has limited real impact outside of Kentucky. Now say Boycott some of the bigger businesses in Kentucky, such as PAPA JOHNS amd YUM’S FOOD. And you are starting to say something financially, and potentially something globally.

So as of today let us initiate Boycotts of companies who do not come out requesting in writing, prosecution of the 3 involved officers. And in addition mandate the Louisville Police Force to put in place a program of community policing as well as more hiring of police from the populations being policed. As well as mandatory and quarterly sensitivity training and bias and psychopathy training for all police officers. Routine testing can help detect and remove unfit police, before they abuse the public trust, and ruin lives.

And as mentioned, we also request the immediate removal of Louisville Attorney General Daniel Cameron (his crocodile tears demeanor, as he gave excuses for not indicting the three officers for murder, and giving just a token indictment to one officer — would do his mentor, Donald Trump proud) and Police Chief Robert Schroeder (since the failure of the led, is always a failure of leadership. Those officers felt empowered to turn a neighborhood into a shooting gallery, because that is the way that Department views that neighborhood and the people in that neighborhood).


Till such time as this happens, let us show Kentucky our displeasure — by boycotting some of Kentucky’s biggest employers.

Let’s make taking lives—- costly. In the only language racists and psychopaths seem to understand, dollars and cents.


Boycott the Following businesses, wherever you are in the US or in the world:








And feel free to let them know why you are boycotting them. Breonna Taylor could have been their friend, their sister, their daughter, their loved one, and as they would demand murderers answer for such crimes, then likewise Breonna Taylor’s murderers need to answer, and not quietly get a slap on the wrist and have it covered up by a city, and a state that is moving backwards.

I do have to say, some positives coming out of this, is the sweeping reforms proposed by Mayor Greg Fischer. He is meeting major opposition from people, who are not helping to address the crime against Ms. Taylor, and people who seem not motivated to enact change to stop such abuses in the future.


Till next time, be well!



ABRAHAM LINCOLN VAMPIRE HUNTER- What sounds, and probably should remain a gag/fan short film, is actually going to be hitting our theaters in June of 2012, helmed by some major talent. Most notably Director Timur Bekmambetov of WANTED fame. I enjoyed WANTED, I thought it was way better than the joyless and annoying comic book it was based on, and find Bekmambetov to be a talented and visually exciting director, and those gifts are in full effect in this trailer.

Our 16th President may not exactly, in the great beyond, be enthused about this usage and monster-mashup mythification (yes I did just make that up)of his image, but it seems to be, if not exactly respectful, at least in the spirit of fun tall tales, and if anyone can understand that it’s a good old Kentuckian like our former President.

And the trailer visually looks like a lot of fun. If there’s a story to hold it together it may be a fun, brainless summer flick. Or it could be in excessively bad taste… time will tell.

View the trailer here.

I also watched three other trailers:

SPIDERMAN- The 2nd trailer makes me no more interested. The trailer commits the cardinal sin of just being boring, plus I don’t like anyone in the film. Particularly the new Peter Parker, just no personality. This is looking like a definite wait for DVD for me. It just looks boring as all heck.

7500- Instead of SNAKES ON A PLANE, you have ghosts on a plane. looks like a talented cast, interesting premise, but it’s directed by the director of the GRUDGE, and I wasn’t a fan of any of those films. And the reason is shown in this trailer, it’s all jump cuts and screeching sounds, rather than making a scary movie, the director just makes a discordant one. Just going by the trailer it looks like a hack job, a rental at best.

BOURNE LEGACY- The trailer is okay. Doesn’t really blow me away or give any impression that it will be up to the first trilogy, specifically the last film. That said the film sports great actors, so that alone is swaying me to check this one out on the big screen.

Okay, that’s all for now.