Colorado Cable Company Launches an Assault on Free Speech

As we turn our heads from the obvious fact the world is on fire, we find, smothered in Colorado, a silent attack on free speech.

Peak Internet of Colorado offers ISP services to the Pikes Peak region. Russell Petrick tried their services and was disappointed. He says that their speed was consistently below the benchmark they advertised. When Petrick complained, he says that Peak Internet told him he was getting above their stated minimum speed, so he should be happy with the 12 Mbps he was getting, even if it didn’t reach the advertised 20 Mbps top speed.

Petrick complained online on Yelp and elsewhere. Peak Internet, an American company that values American ideals like freedom of speech, recognized Petrick’s right to complain and responded forthrightly to the complaint. No, wait, Peak Internet strongly disagreed with Petrick’s complaints so it responded online with specific facts and circumstances showing how particular elements of Petrick’s complaints were untrue.

Wait, no. I forgot. This is America. So Peak Internet….. Read More

5 Tips To Help Prevent a DWI Arrest in Houston

Experiencing an event where the police arrest you for DWI, DUI, or for the suspicion of either, can be a frightening experience to say the least, therefore we feel very good about offering a few tips that you can use to prevent garnering a criminal charge for driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

#1 Don’t Drive While Intoxicated

In short, this is one of most simple measures one can take in regard to the prevent of DUI related criminal charges by law enforcement. If you’ve been out drinking, or at home drinking, and know you’ll need to travel, you can try the following;

  • Contract with a cab or taxi service,
  • hire a limousine service for the night if you are intending on enjoying a night on the town,
  • designate a driver if there is one among you doesn’t drink or use drugs,
  • Walk to and from your destination, however this may leave you open for a Public Intoxication related arrest by law enforcement,
  • Call a family member or friend for a ride,

and whatever other idea you can come up to steer clear of driving while intoxicated related criminal offenses in Houston, TX.

#2 Know Your Legal Blood Alcohol Limit

In some cases, people can legal drive after they’ve consumed alcohol so long as they aren’t intoxicated by appearances, or by legal alcohol blood content levels.

To learn more about your physical limitations as it relates to staying under the legal blood alcohol limit for while driving, it helps to have access to a handy BAC Calculator that you can use to get an idea of how much you should, or shouldn’t, drink or consume alcoholic beverages prior to driving.

This tool has proven to be a big help for people convicted of a 1st time offense for DUI when it comes to the prevention of future DWI offenses.

#3 Don’t Give Police A Hard Time, Be Nice

Although you may be intoxicated and pulled over by the police, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be arrested and jailed for a DWI offense in Houston. Sometimes being courteous and polite can go a long way in the eyes of law enforcement, and if they don’t notice that you are drunk, you may get off with a warning for whatever traffic offense they stopped your vehicle for in the first place.

Even having your drivers license, insurance, and registration ready for the officer can help prevent a DUI arrest. By having this information handy it will drastically cut down on the time that you will have to interact with the officer, thus limiting your potential to be arrested by law enforcement.

#4 Obey Traffic Laws

90-99.99% of DUI arrest occur due to the motorist drawing the attention of the police by violating local traffic laws, speed limits, and blowing through stop signs and red lights. Aside from the potential of killing or seriously injuring another motorist who may be sharing the road with you at the same time, is the ease of which such actions draw the attention of law enforcement who may be patrolling the area at the time.

Following local traffic laws is the best way to avoid being stopped by police.

#5 Consider The Consequences of a DWI

Being mindful of the possible consequences of a DWI conviction can go a long way to making you think twice about driving after you’ve consumed considerable amounts liquor. Below are a list of consequences that can help to illustrate the importance of preventing a DWI arrest.

  • Innocent people can get killed of injured as a result of driving while intoxicated.
  • Drivers license suspension.
  • A criminal record.
  • Jail time of up to 20 years if someone is killed or seriously injured.
  • Fines and other penalties such as an increase in your insurance premium.

In short, its best to be smart about your future when drinking alcoholic beverages while knowing you will need to travel shortly, thereafter. If you are ever arrested for DUI, talk with a Houston DWI lawyer with skill and experience handling such cases.

A Look At The Liberal Failure of Detroit

If you look at liberal politics, states like California and New York, destroyed liberal strongholds like Detroit, then you can see its no mystery why Detroit has fallen. Detroit automakers have always had a terminal disease in its industries due to unions. As you can see by watching the video below, Detroit, Michigan is in shambles.

Detroit: From Motown To Murder Town

Listed below are a few of the more interesting points we’ve noted from the video.

  • Looking at the blighted remains of Detroit, its very difficult to see the former glory of the great America city.
  • Detroit is so violent, that normal citizens have to keep weapons in order to have a chance at being safe.
  • Even church congregations don’t feel safe as they have been robbed at gunpoint on many occasions.
  • Detroit is home to two great industries; the auto industry, and the music industry. Both have suffered.
  • The people of the Detroit need to realize they were sold out by Asian Slave Labor, Auto Workers’ Insurance, Communist Socialist Worker Unions, and democrats. Even Barack “The Fraud” Obama had to step in and socialize the auto industry.