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Sunday, December 21, 2014

 





  

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They gave their lives
The slaughter of two NYPD cops focuses the mind
on how far we've fallen.
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Police turn their back on DeBlasio
A silent wall of fury and revulsion greets NY's
race baiting mayor.
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Police believe New York City cop killer was a
member of the Black Guerrilla Family: sources

Which is more of an act of war. Cold blooded Guerilla
murders or a bad movie review?
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De Blasio accused of having ´blood on his hands´:
Hundreds attack New York City Mayor for backing anti-cop protesters*

Mayor better add several more feet to new Gracie Mansion fence.
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Raul Castro: Don´t expect detente to change Cuban system
Obama bought himself an island full of commies
and even they don't like it.
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Emanuel´s son robbed near family´s North Side home
If they had stop-and-frisk maybe he could get his phone back.
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Sharpton: Use of Garner, Brown Names by NYPD Killer
‘Reprehensible and Against the Pursuit of Justice’

Putting the 'Ick" in Icarus, Sharpton finally flies
too close to the Sun King.
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One killed, as many as 10 more
shot at south suburban house party
Chicago Tribune, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/21/2014 9:10:38 AM     Post Reply
One man was killed and as many as 10 others were shot during a large house party in Calument City early Sunday morning, authorities said. About 1:50 a.m. Sunday, Calumet City police responded to a call of a shooting at a home in the 600 block of Escanaba Avenue in the south suburb, police said. About 100 to 150 "young adults" had gathered in the basement of the house for a party when gunfire erupted, according to a police statement. When officers arrived on the scene, they saw a people fleeing the house, police said. Calumet City Police Chief Edward Gilmore said the shooting stemmed from an argument during the

Obama Calls For ‘Patient Dialogue’
After Police Officers Murdered
in New York City
Breitbart Big Government, by Charlie Savage    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 12/21/2014 9:07:26 AM     Post Reply
Shortly after midnight on the east coast, President Obama issued a statement from his vacation in Hawaii, condemning the murders of the two police officers in New York City. “Two brave men won’t be going home to their loved ones tonight, and for that, there is no justification,” Obama said, reminding Americans that police officers “risk their own safety for ours every single day.” The president was golfing in Hawaii when he was first briefed about the murders, but the White House released a statement reassuring Americans that administration officials were monitoring the situation. After Obama returned from his golf

Naomi Feil: the Spirit of Hanukkah
and Christmas in America
American Thinker, by Clarice Feldman    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 12/21/2014 8:34:07 AM     Post Reply
Things are rarely what they seem, and sometimes it takes a bit of digging to catch on. (a) Class Warfare Hurts the Poor and the Middle Class For blacks or Hispanics who voted for Obama in the belief that he’d improve their economic situation, their financial situation at the end of this year proves they made a mistake. For blue-collar Americans, and the middle class in general who voted for Obama believing he’d soak the rich, the end of the year makes obvious that they were soaked, not the putative target: According to Pew, [Research Center] which used data from the Federal Reserve's Survey of Consumer Finances,

  


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Obama condemns NYPD killings,
calls for ´patient dialogue´
The Hill [Washington, DC], by Justin Sink    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 12/21/2014 8:21:16 AM     Post Reply
President Obama called for “patient dialogue” in a statement Saturday night “unconditionally” condemning the shooting deaths of two New York City police officers. “Two brave men won´t be going home to their loved ones tonight, and for that, there is no justification,” the president, vacationing in Hawaii, said in a statement. “The officers who serve and protect our communities risk their own safety for ours every single day - and they deserve our respect and gratitude every single day.” Obama went on to ask for a rejection of “violence and words that harm,” and said people should instead “turn to words that heal -

Wear blue to support cops
American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 12/21/2014 8:14:55 AM     Post Reply
For months, ever since the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, the left has been rampaging against the police. They implicitly (and sometimes explicitly) urged violence, and maintained systemic police racism was the cause of disproportionate numbers of young black males arrested and convicted of crimes. The rest of us mostly remained silent as the men and women who wear blue as they protect us from the criminals who live among us were vilified. Now, two of them have been assassinated, and it is time to be silent no more. As a first step, wear something blue today. If you live in New York City or anywhere nearby, stand ready to

Eyewitness claims 'people were
CLAPPING AND LAUGHING' at
the scene where two cops were killed
Associated Press, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 12/21/2014 8:13:28 AM     Post Reply
Mayor Bill de Blasio said this is ´not the time for politics´ following the murder of two police officers in Brooklyn on Saturday. This as New York City´s police commissioner said the gunman who ambushed and killed two police officers had made online posts that were ´very anti-police.´ Police Commissioner William Bratton choked up at a news conference at the Woodhull medical Center on Saturday afternoon as he talked about the fatal shootings of two officers in Brooklyn´s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. Meanwhile, an eyewitness who spoke to The Daily Beast said that ´a lot of people were clapping and laughing´ following

Obama: North Korea´s hack
not ´war,´but ´cyber vandalism´
CNN, by Eric Bradner    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 12/21/2014 7:19:29 AM     Post Reply
Washington -- President Barack Obama says he doesn´t consider North Korea´s Sony hack "an act of war." It was an act of cyber vandalism," Obama said in an interview with CNN´s Candy Crowley that airs Sunday on "State of the Union." But he stuck by his criticism of Sony´s decision to cancel its plans to release the movie "The Interview," which depicts the cartoonish assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, after the country threatened attacks against theaters that showed it. Obama said in a Friday news conference that Sony made "a mistake," and that he wished the company had called him first.

  


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There is blood on hands of those
who demanded ‘dead cops’
New York Post, by Bob McManus    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 12/21/2014 6:53:37 AM     Post Reply
“What do we want?” drones the blood chant. “Dead cops!” comes the reply. Done. Thus does rhetoric have consequences. There may have been just a single shooter in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Saturday afternoon. But New York’s failure to denounce without nuance the bloodlust that’s been boiling out of the corners of the Eric Garner-Michael Brown demonstrations for weeks now boils down to this: There is blood on many hands this morning. Yes, First Amendment. Yes, redress of grievances. Yes, peaceful protests — even as clogged bridges and mobbed boulevards created, however temporarily, very real peril for

A Tree Is Known By Its Fruit
Texas Monthly, by Sonia Smith    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 5:39:51 AM     Post Reply
The late afternoon of March 25, 2012, a voice crackled over the police scanners that perch on the coffee tables or hang on the belts of many residents in San Saba: an ambulance was headed out to Harkey Pecan Farms. Scanner chatter is a rich source of gossip in this tiny Central Texas city of 3,099, and ears perked up that Sunday as paramedics and law enforcement officers rushed four miles west of town to Harkeyville, where a 1927 red-brick house sat among three hundred acres of pecan orchards. The Harkeys had long been one of San Saba’s most prominent families, and their property sat next door to a stretch of

The United States of Anxiety
National Review Online, by Kevin D. Williamson    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/21/2014 5:29:34 AM     Post Reply
In ten days about 1 million Americans will be gathered in Times Square waiting for a ball to drop, a strange spectacle indeed for a country that seems to be waiting on both of them. If 2014 had a grand theme, it was testicular absence. In science fiction, corporations are deathless juggernauts imposing their will on governments and galaxies, but in the real world Sony, one of the most powerful business entities in the world, got cowed into submission by the release of some embarrassing e-mails and threats from hackers acting on behalf of the Evil Kingdom of the Hermit Midgets. Hollywood is forever congratulating itself on its

Police turn their back on DeBlasio
New York Post, by Shawn Cohen, Kirstan Conley *    Original Article
Posted By: Fiesta del sol- 12/21/2014 5:28:40 AM     Post Reply
A blue wall of silently seething police officers turned their backs on Mayor de Blasio Saturday night — literally. As the mayor and his entourage snaked through a jammed third-floor corridor at Woodhull Hospital, where two officers had been pronounced dead just hours earlier, scores of grieving cops faced the walls — and away from the leader they believe has failed them. Earlier, de Blasio approached a cluster of cops at the Brooklyn Hospital and offered, “We’re all in this together.”“No we’re not,” an officer replied tersely, according to a cop who witnessed the icy scene.The rank-and-file’s anger at the mayor

  


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‘They Deserved It’: The Repulsive
Reaction to Brooklyn Police Executions
Mediaite, by Joe Concha    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 5:27:18 AM     Post Reply
It’s a dark time in America — a time when two uniformed officers who had absolutely nothing to do with what happened to Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., or to Eric Garner on Staten Island, are executed without warning, and some witnesses actually say “They deserved it.” Again: “They deserved it.” They being two men marked for death because they wore a New York Police Department uniform. One of those men was the recently-married Officer Wenjian Liu; the other, Officer Rafael Ramos, who leaves behind a wife and 13-year-old son. In a related story, both were reassigned from an anti-terror beat to enhancing security at

Hollywood betrays team America
USA Today, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 5:19:27 AM     Post Reply
If trailers are any indication, Sony Pictures´ The Interview is like much that comes out of Hollywood these days: banal, superficial and unrealistic. The plot centers on a CIA plan to have a celebrity talk show host assassinate the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, who is portrayed in the film as a doltish fan of the show. But as insignificant as the movie may be, Sony´s decision to cancel its release — in the wake of a cyber attack on its computers, release of embarrassing information and terror threats linked to North Korea — is anything but. The film's fate raises serious issues about Hollywood's spineless behavior and about

At The End Of The Day,
Feminism Is A War On Due Process
Daily Caller, by Stephen Baskerville    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 12/21/2014 5:12:41 AM     Post Reply
Now that the University of Virginia “rape” case has been exposed as yet another hoax, it is time to start looking at other feminist-generated hysterias, which are just as dishonest and dangerous. This case did not arise out of the blue, nor is it disconnected from other similar accusations of criminality perpetrated by radical ideologues. Rather, it is part of a pattern of ideologically driven witch hunts designed to criminalize innocent people and “empower” feminist operatives. The common factor behind all of them is a radical sexual political ideology driven – as all ideologies are – by resentment and the lust for power.

Feds haven´t compensated
Native Americans 28 years
after ordering them to move
Washington Examiner, by Sarah Westwood    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 5:09:29 AM     Post Reply
Four decades after Congress passed a law forcing the relocation of two Native American tribes, some families have yet to receive the government benefits they were promised in exchange for leaving their homes. The protracted relocation effort has cost U.S. taxpayers $564 million so far, with as much as $82 million left to go before the special government office established to oversee the process can shut its doors for good, according to the Department of Interior inspector general. Congress passed the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act in 1974, but efforts to relocate Navajo families living on Hopi land are still underway.

  


  

Inside the ‘Surprisingly Great’
North Korean Hacker Hotel
Daily Beast, by Michael Daly    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 5:01:59 AM     Post Reply
North Korea is so isolated that rather than bring the Internet to its hackers, it brings them to it—in a swank hotel in China. The luxury hotel that has been called a command post for North Korean hackers would make for a unique holiday getaway and give you lots to talk about back home. “Surprisingly Great Hotel - Clean, Tasteful.... and North Korean!” says a trip advisor review for the Chilbosan Hotel in Shenyang, China. For just $53, you get “a deluxe twin room,” including a North Korean breakfast considerably more substantial than those enjoyed by the vast majority of North Koreans.

Drumbeats for Liz
Boston Herald, by Howie Carr    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 12/21/2014 4:56:58 AM     Post Reply
Elizabeth Warren for what? Granted, the American electorate has been significantly dumbed down over the past few decades — think Barack Obama and Deval Patrick. But is the country really so far gone that it would turn to a plagiarizing fake Indian who thinks western Mass. has a seacoast and that Jeanne Shaheen is from Vermont? Er, yes. So by now you know about this boomlet for the former one-32nd Native American who now claims to be Okie down to her toes. Hundreds of Obama aides (enough said) are swooning over her. Some of the moonbat groups have posted Internet videos of her greatest hits, ripping Wall Street for

Giving away the store to the Castros
Washington Times, by Alex Cardenas    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 4:54:54 AM     Post Reply
After fifty-some years, and eight presidents later, U.S. policy of relative isolationism towards Cuba all came to an end when President Barack Obama declared a “new day” in U.S.-Cuba relations. The President’s core message is that after fifty years, our policies towards Cuba have not worked. The fundamental question is: worked to do what? How about this: after fifty years of communism, Cuba is about to crumble, not because of anyone else’s policies; it has failed for the same reason most oppressive, freedom-depriving Communist regimes fail: Communism does not work. Forget the Missile Crisis, Angola, Venezuela, espionage,

They gave their lives
New York Post, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 4:49:31 AM     Post Reply
It’s come to this. Two NYPD officers, Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, doing nothing more than sitting innocently in their car — murdered in cold blood, in broad daylight. Officials say it was revenge for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Hours earlier, the suspected gunman warned in an Instagram post, “I’m Putting Wings on Pigs Today.” His reasoning: “They Take 1 Of Ours.... Let’s Take 2 of Theirs.” Let’s stipulate upfront: The depraved, horrific actions of one crazed killer is not cause to revoke Americans’ 1st Amendment right to protest. But words have consequences. Clearly, the protesters — egged on by politicians

Con Ed workers confronted
gunman after he shot cops
New York Post, by Terry Celona    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 4:46:31 AM     Post Reply
A pair of hero Con Ed workers risked their lives in confronting the monster who assassinated a pair of cops in Brooklyn — who otherwise might have escaped if not for their bravery. The unnamed men had been working in Bedford-Stuyvesant near where Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, gunned down Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos at just before 3 p.m. Saturday. They saw Brinsley wordlessly open fire into the passenger side of the cops’ patrol car, and followed in their Con Ed truck as he ambled away from the carnage, still holding his silver Taurus semi-automatic. When they confronted Brinsley on the street, attempting to stop him,

  



Why single payer died in Vermont
Politico, by Sarah Wheaton    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/21/2014 4:43:25 AM     Post Reply
Vermont was supposed to be the beacon for a single-payer health care system in America. But now its plans are in ruins, and its onetime champion Gov. Peter Shumlin may have set back the cause. Advocates of a “Medicare for all” approach were largely sidelined during the national Obamacare debate. The health law left a private insurance system in place and didn’t even include a weaker “public option” government plan to run alongside more traditional commercial ones. Story Continued Below So single-payer advocates looked instead to make a breakthrough in the states. Bills have been introduced from Hawaii to New York;

Sharpton: Use of Garner, Brown Names
by NYPD Killer ‘Reprehensible and
Against the Pursuit of Justice’
PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 4:39:51 AM     Post Reply
Al Sharpton posted a statement through his National Action Network this evening condemning the deadly ambush of two New York Police Department officers and promising to follow up with a press event Sunday morning. Officers Rafael Ramos, 40, and Wenjian Liu, 32, were shot to death as they sat in their patrol car Saturday in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Identified gunman Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, then killed himself on a nearby subway platform. Brinsley left a Facebook message stating, “I’m Putting Wings on Pigs Today… They Take 1 Of Ours, Let’s Take 2 of Theirs #ShootThePolice #RIPErivGardner [sic]

Rand Paul Battles Marco
Rubio Over Cuba Policy
Bloomberg News, by David Weigel    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 12/21/2014 4:35:14 AM     Post Reply
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul took his time responding to this week´s Cuba policy thaw. Florida Senator Marco Rubio, the son of immigrants who fled the pre-Castro regime, called a press conference that began just a few minutes after President Obama´s statement ended. Paul did not respond on the day, and media requests for a reaction were rebuffed. Not until Thursday morning, when Paul appeared on West Virginia´s NewsTalk 800, did he reveal his realist, libertarian response. "The 50-year embargo just hasn´t worked," Paul said. "If the goal is regime change, it sure doesn´t seem to be working, and probably it punishes the

By 2025, the Definition of
´Privacy´ Will Have Changed
Atlantic Magazine, by Adrienne LaFrance    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/21/2014 4:31:43 AM     Post Reply
When living a public life becomes the new default, what does privacy even mean? That´s one of the central questions in a new report about the future of privacy from Pew Research Center, which collected the opinions of more than 2,500 experts in computer programming, engineering, publishing, data science, and related fields. Some respondents told Pew they are confident that policymakers will, in the next decade, establish privacy rights that protect individuals from government and corporate surveillance. (In the United States, there are practically no protections for individuals against the companies and governments that track

Things that annoy North Korea:
Christmas trees, soap operas and K-pop
CNN, by Jethro Mullen    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 12/21/2014 4:29:28 AM     Post Reply
North Korea´s fury over the movie comedy "The Interview" appears to have taken the secretive state´s oversensitivity to new extremes. Kim Jong Un´s regime had already branded the film "the most undisguised terrorism and a war action." Now, the U.S. government is set to blame Pyongyang for the hacking of Sony Pictures, the studio responsible for the movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco that shows the assassination of Kim. Sony has pulled the film after a threat was made against people going to see it in theaters. "North Korea has provided a new gold standard for weakness in international politics: a state that feels

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