New UFC Heavyweight Champ Gives Police Shout-out

The Champ stands up for police.
The Champ stands up for police.

Brock Lesnar may have had the Canadian Maple Leaf prominently displayed on his gear prior to entering the ring to duke it out with New Zealander Mark Hunt, but he made his All-American sentiments quite clear. As he stated after receiving the mixed martial arts UFC Heavyweight Championship Belt, Lesnar made an impromptu and impassioned plea for national unity and support for police officers and sheriff’s deputies everywhere.

As reported by the news portal, the hulking 265.5 pound prize fighter won a unanimous decision against Mark “Super Samoan” Hunt at the UFC 200 series of bouts held at the brand spanking new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. But it was what the Champ stated in his post-fight quickie interview with Joe Rogan:

“One thing I do want to do: America, a shout out to the men in uniform who protect and serve this country, from sea to shining sea. From one white boy to all nationalities: We need to stand together, people.”

Born and raised in the farming community of Webster, South Dakota, Lesnar now resides in just as agricultural and rural Maryfield, Saskatchewan. According to the Canadian press, the American citizen Champ recently stated he hopes “to become a dual citizen and eventually a Saskatchewan resident.”

As quoted, Lesnar stated, “I grew up on a farm. I love the country. I like the wildlife. I like everything that Saskatchewan has to offer.” Also reported was that “Lesnar has always taken great pride in his roots, saying the way he grew up instilled many of the values that have helped him in life. He lives a famously simple lifestyle, preferring quiet time with his family over the fame and party lifestyle that his profession can offer.”

Said Lesnar in 2013: “I just want to raise my kids on the farm and have them grow up learning how to work on the farm and building that strong work ethic, just like I did.”

Exposed: Dallas killer was never diagnosed as ‘mentally ill’

Doc Obama gives his mental illness diagnosis.
Doc Obama gives his diagnosis of mentally ill.

In the never ending quest of both Barack Obama and the mainstream media to paint a picture of the Dallas Killer as somehow mentally ill, holes are starting to be poked into that particular myth. Continue reading “Exposed: Dallas killer was never diagnosed as ‘mentally ill’”

Ebola hits DFW: Symptoms and prevention tips highlighted

Poster from UN.ORG
Poster from UN.ORG

“There is no indication that the sickness has become ‘airborne’ …”

With the first case of the Ebola virus diagnosed in the United States, as reported by the Washington Post on Sept. 30, 2014, the little personal information on the patient that has been released is that he arrived in the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Sept. 20 from the West African country of Liberia. Due to privacy laws, the yet to be publicly identified male is undergoing intensive care treatment at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas. The hospital is also observing a strict isolation protocol while the medical staff attempts to keep the strain isolated from the general public.

Continue reading “Ebola hits DFW: Symptoms and prevention tips highlighted”