Mark Megahan

Mark Megahan

Biography

I have been living in Arizona since the mid-1980’s. Formerly a personal injury paralegal, I have been active on social media for several years in the realm of Conservative politics. I also volunteer as an advocate to help those who are disabled by Chemical Hypersensitivity, such as myself, to obtain their rights.

  • American Strength

Library Shut Down, Bomb Squad Called In As Librarian’s First Day Ends With Closet Surprise

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Abby Noland had a very exciting first day on her new job as director of Gleason Public Library. The bomb squad had to be called. While settling in to her new office she noticed a box in the closet. Inside were big rusty metal objects. They also had a label that said they had “been examined by a munitions expert and could be live.” The Seasoned librarian wasted no time and called the cops. “I’ve been a director of...

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Man Chooses Jail Time Over Helping His Ex-Wife As Court Looks On Stunned

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Brian Blatherwick has led a very interesting life. His divorce case alone is the stuff movies are made from. Even jail can’t make him pay the ten million the Court says he owes his wife. He just won’t do it. “I have a 200-page court document that says I have an entitlement to a settlement, but until Brian is willing to write a cheque, I have nothing. I haven’t won anything. I’ve lost more. I’ve lost everything” Barbara Blatherwick...

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  • States’ Rights

Corporal Punishment, Wooden Paddles Reintroduced Into Texas Public Schools

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Three Rivers Independent School District, in Three Rivers, Texas, announced the board has approved spankings with a wooden paddle for students who misbehave in the classroom. Using force to deliberately inflict physical pain as a method of discipline, either with your hand or a paddle, is called “corporal punishment.” Trustees unanimously agreed to okay the principle or “campus behavior coordinator” to administer a paddling at their discretion provided the parents give consent. As parents register their kids for the...

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  • Liberal Corruption

Man In Trouble After Local Government Officials Quote $65,000 And He Builds It With $550

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73-year-old Adi Astl is a retired mechanic. For the past eight years he watched time and again as old folks and children alike struggled up and down an embankment at Toronto’s Tom Riley Park. The flimsy yellow rope tied in place by the parks department was totally useless, especially when the ground would get slippery after a rain. The pathway was a frequently used shortcut between the parking lot and the “beautiful Horizons community garden” next to the soccer...

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  • American Strength

Police Unveil New Punishment For Parking Violations

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The police in Stuart, Florida, along the state’s eastern coast, have recently announced they are phasing out “the boot” as a way to get ignored parking tickets paid. A new technology has been tested in Ft. Lauderdale, Allentown and other cities with great reviews and is starting to gain popularity across the country. Some people feel it is unfair to pay for parking. They think the same taxes that pay for the roads should automatically allow the opportunity to...

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