Monday, December 29, 2014

Tensions with New York City police go beyond racial issues: commissioner

Tensions with New York City police go beyond racial issues: commissioner
 Tensions between New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and the police are rooted in issues that go beyond racial relations, the police commissioner said on Sunday, a day after the funeral of one of the two officers slain a week ago in their patrol car.

You have to sympathize with the NYPD. Believing that you are being aggressively and unfairly policed is a horrible feeling.- LOLGOP

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam

Few things are funnier than when Americans who despise America's government take time out to defend the Confederate flag.- John Fugelsang

NSA Response To FOI
Responding to a Freedom of Information lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Security Agency has reported instances when it violated individual privacy. The NSA says ‘the vast majority involve unintentional technical or human error.’

Republican Shenanigans

The Pope is more pro-science than any Republican candidate for president. He'd be a heretic in today's GOP.- LOLGOP

Obviously, Fox Noise Is Not Strong In The Area Of Math
Fox News host Anna Kooiman speculated on Sunday that an AirAsia flight could have gone missing because international pilots were trained using the metric system.

Conservatives firmly back police union they firmly believe should not exist.- LOLGOP

Rock The Voter News

Having to pay slightly higher taxes because you're rich is pretty much a sign you've already won.- John Fugelsang

Meanwhile, Back To Ebola
Roche Holding AG said U.S. health regulators have approved its Ebola test for emergency use in response to the world's worst outbreak of the disease in West Africa.

NYPD Commish Told Boys In Blue Not To Dis The Boss
The commissioner of the New York Police Department, Bill Bratton, has given strong backing to Bill de Blasio, denouncing the protest of rank-and-file officers who turned their back on the mayor at a weekend funeral as politicised and inappropriate.

Woman shoots up neighborhood, aims at police, but still alive thanks to the ultimate body armor-- white skin. - Top Conservative Cat

A Quick Look Back At 2014
From the rise of the Islamic State group to the truculence of Vladimir Putin, new tensions surfaced that may presage global shifts in power and prosperity in 2015.
Lots happened in 2014. The news was a daily parade of discrete events. Here are some, picked (almost) at random: Afghan opium production hit a record high, calling into question government control outside Kabul. More investment cash flowed out of China than in...

80's pop music + TV ads for life insurance = Demographic Harassment. - John Fugelsang

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Business/Tech News

"The U.S. is re-establishing relations with Cuba. But before President Obama can lift the embargo, it will need approval from the Republican-controlled Congress – or as Republicans who called Obama said, 'Close, but no cigar.'" –Jimmy Fallon

SONY Makes Money, Thanks North Korea.
In a landmark moment for digital movie distribution, "The Interview" has earned more than $15 million through online sales in its first four days of release.

"President Obama announced yesterday that he's pardoning 12 convicted felons. Political experts say the move could have huge implications for your fantasy football teams." –Seth Meyers



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

I would love to fly over the Alatna River Valley, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Alaska.


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