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Officer threatened Sandra Bland with Taser, police video shows. And that’s not all. The video that shows her stop for FAILURE to SIGNAL when changing lanes appears to have been edited. And now she’s dead.
City Hall, in counterattack, casts Uber as corporate behemoth. Yeah, like New York isn’t home to dozens of corporate behemoths. If that weren’t enough, as I predicted on another show last night, Gov. Cuomo has weighed in against the mayor’s position. Sheeeesh!
Hackers expose first Ashley Madison users. You knew this was coming. Divorce lawyers must be licking their chops. Ashley Madison’s parent company calls it a form of terrorism. Over the top, or what? Anyone feel sorry for the people about to get exposed?
NYSE halts trading after major technical glitch. Think they’ll tell the truth about what happened? Don’t be too sure.
Malfunctioning computer network router caused grounding of United flights. What, both in the same morning? Maybe it’s just coincidence. Then again….
Confederate flag’s fate is in hands of polarized South Carolina House. They’re already trying to torpedo getting rid of the flag with amendments. Why do they hold on so tight?
Greece given until Sunday to settle debt crisis or face disaster. Is this really all Greece’s fault? There is some evidence otherwise. Could somebody be trying to kill democracy?
Why Berne Sanders’ momentum is not built to last. Last? A month ago nobody was giving him even a small shot. Don’t believe the hype.
San Francisco murder case exposes lapses in immigration enforcement. True, but that doesn’t mean Mexicans are rapists.
The prosecutor who says Louisiana should kill more people. This is insanity, pure and simple. The man should be removed from office.
Wrongfully convicted man released after 27 years in prison starts new job as paralegal. Not all the stories of exonerated people end up this happy.
Georgia “shop of death” sold guns that killed 2 NYPD officers, Nebraska cop. What, and no license lifted? Is this what people mean by the Second Amendment?
Donald Trump blasts efforts to review contracts he has with NYC, wants city to thanks him for amazing work. Blind lunacy is the only way to describe this man.
Amid new overtime rules, more employers might set e-mail curfew, Maybe their employees will thank them for it.
Calls to drop Confederate flag spread nationwide. This is nothing more than a safe, easy way to say you’re not racist while not doing anything about racism. Would anybody, Wal-Mart, South Carolina, Mississippi, NASCAR, anybody have even talked about that flag is nine people hadn’t died?
Here’s what the designer of two Confederate flags used during the Civil War had to say about their meaning:
As a people we are fighting maintain the Heaven-ordained supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race; a white flag would thus be emblematical of our cause.
NYPD Commissioner Bratton says it’s hard to hire black cops because too many have criminal histories. SAY WHAT??? This gives his enemies not just fuel, but a full gas tanks. How stupid is Mr. Broken Windows?
Narcotics cops ordered to stop arresting suspects over 40. What?
Guest: Professor Eugene O’Donnell, Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
A recently released analysis by PunditFact revealed that out of every statement made by a Fox News host or guest, over half of them were completely false. What’s more, only 8% percent could even be considered “completely true.” But for anyone who regularly tunes into the conservative news show, such revelation is nothing new. PunditFact only confirmed what many have been aware of for a while now: Fox News lies – like, a lot. What might be most intriguing is that despite the blatant spin doctoring of the show, Fox News still captivates a large portion of the news watching audience. Programs like “The O’Reilly Factor” and “The Kelly File” cause a staggering amount of viewers to tune in on a regular basis, and given what we know about the content Fox shares, such is concerning. As you can see, Fox’s statements range mostly between “Mostly False” all the way to “Pants on Fire”… and only 40% can even be said to fall into the category of “Somewhat True.” But keep in mind it’s not just Fox that tends to weave more tales than truth… Read