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    Portland's police department has warned residents of the woke but crime-ravaged Oregon city to expect delays in cops answering all but the most serious 911 calls.    On Monday, Portland Police were only responding to priority 1 and priority 2 calls - codes that refer to incidents that are life-threatening or with a potential for physical injury, as well as major property crimes.  It came in the wake of a busy day for cops in the city, which included two carjackings, one of which ended with police shooting an armed suspect dead.  Responses to any crime-in-progress that didn't pose an immediate threat to persons or property were 'delayed,' the department tweeted. Ongoing staff shortages were also blamed for the slump in emergency services provision.  The ominous announcement came as the city of roses hit an all-time high in homicides. The 80 murder milestone reached on Friday far surpasses Portland's record of 67, attained in 1987, and is likely to rise before 2021 comes to an end in 24 days.  That number has been ramping steadily - in 2020, 53 homicides were...
    SCAMMERS are behind more than a third of all crime, figures suggest. An estimated five million incidents of fraud took place in the year to June — up 32 per cent year-on-year. 1UK Finance called the rise in fraud a 'national security threat'Credit: Getty That accounted for 39.4 per cent of the 12.7million recorded crimes, an Office for National Statistics report shows. Phone fraud rose by 82 per cent while online shopping scams were up by a third, according to Labour’s analysis of official figures. It came as Cabinet Minister Steve Barclay warned Black Friday shoppers of fraudsters. He said: “This new wave of criminals will stop at nothing to steal our hard-earned cash.” Some 4,000 online shops have seen payment pages tampered with to nick money. And the National Cyber Security Centre has taken down 700,000 phishing campaigns in the last year alone. UK Finance called the rise in fraud a “national security threat”. Shadow Security Minister Connor McGinn said government inaction was “putting the public at risk”. Most read in The US SunCASHING IN States issue 'surprise holiday...
    "Tucker Carlson Tonight" guest host Brian Kilmeade slammed California lawmakers for not investigating or prosecuting the organized retail theft that has overtaken some California cities. BRIAN KILMEADE: It’s a free-for-all in San Francisco. Crime and looting are out of control. This past weekend mobs of thieves ransacked retail stores, pharmacies, and luxury shops. Law enforcement is calling many of these raids "organized." You think so? In a single 24 hour period, a mob of looters targeted a Louis Vuitton high-end shopping district store. As many as 80 looters in ski masks raided a Nordstrom just outside the city. Eyewitnesses described the scene as something out of a movie. That’s what I’d think. In nearby Oakland, about 17 miles away, the same period of time hundreds of vehicles reportedly targeted marijuana dispensaries and other stores. Car break-ins are on the rise in San Francisco as well. Compared to last year, break-ins are up, get this, 753%. As the Hoover Institute recently noted, San Francisco is now more dangerous than 98% of the U.S. cities.  WATCH THE FULL MONOLOGUE HERE: Video This article was written by Fox News staff.
    Suspect in Wisconsin parade attack to appear in court as prosecutor prepares charges House members decry toxic atmosphere in Congress between lawmakers Have Excellent Credit? These Cards Are for You Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/51 SLIDES © TriStar Pictures 50 best gangster movies of all time The rise of...
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     The big cat chaos is not over yet. Netflix has dropped the trailer for the second season of hit docuseries Tiger King, and it’s promising even more crime and madness than the first. “When you think you’ve seen it all, you haven’t quite seen it all,” someone says at the opening of the trailer, which was released on Wednesday. The trailer then cuts to Joe Exotic making a call from Federal Medical Center Fort Worth prison, as he was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison after being convicted of attempting to hire two men to kill animal rights activist Carole Baskin. He also faces 17 charges of animal abuse. “There’s an innocent man in prison. Everybody from the zoo is out there making money, and I’m paying the price for every one of them people. If you give a damn, it’s time to speak up,” Exotic says in a call from the Texas prison. The first season of the series largely revolved around Exotic’s relationship with Baskin, who likely will not be participating this time, as she has other...
    In the 1980s and ‘90s, California embarked on a disastrous social experiment. Legislators embraced reactionary law-and-order policies that ratcheted up punishment in criminal cases. The negative impact of these policies overwhelmingly fell on poor, Black and brown communities. Sentence lengths and the corresponding cost to taxpayers skyrocketed, with California’s prison population ballooning from 23,000 in 1980 to more than 160,000 by 1999. While the number of people behind bars has dropped since then, there are still more than 157,000 Californians under some form of supervision, costing the state more than $13 billion annually, with local jurisdictions spending billions more on jails, police and sheriff’s deputies. California’s addiction to incarceration has created a moral crisis and an economic sinkhole as well. Proponents of “tough-on-crime” policies continue to sell the public a false promise that more punishment means more safety. But their math doesn’t add up. When California and other states reduced their prison populations over the last two decades, their crime rates declined to lows not seen since the 1960s. And despite fearmongering claims, there is no evidence that the recent...
    'Whatever starts in California,' observed President Jimmy Carter, 'unfortunately has an inclination to spread.' If he's right, then America's in for a very nasty shock. Governor Gavin Newsom had already established himself as the world's most woke political leader, a man so dripping in virtue-signalling PC-crazed drivel that he makes even Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau look like a right-wing nutjob. But this weekend he excelled himself with a barrage of new bills that cement his reputation as a self-righteous, sanctimonious, hypocritical humbug of gargantuan proportions. Empowered by his recent recall election win, Newsom fired off a raft of laws that included making it illegal to use gas-powered 'off-road engine engines' including leaf-blowers, lawn mowers and golf carts, ordered schools to teach all students 'ethnic studies', and large toy stores to have gender-neutral sections. The first will cause huge financial pain to millions of Californians, especially to the 50,000 small businesses it directly effects, for minimal benefit to the environment. The second has sparked fears of critical race theory now becoming a mandated subject in schools, something that many think...
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    The mysterious disappearance of Gabby Petito took the internet by storm. Gabby Petito's boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, returned home from a heavily documented road trip without her. Because there was so much information available online, her story captivated true crime fans and led to amateurs combing through every social media post. The fact that Laundrie, the obvious suspect, had fled authorities only added to people's intense interest. Despite the intense media attention to the case, something many have rightly pointed out only happens if the victim is young, pretty and white, Gabby's body was found in Wyoming and her cause of death has been ruled a homicide. As this article is being written Laundrie has still not been captured by authorities after being on the run for five days. Women in particular are drawn to true crime stories, especially those where other women are the victims of domestic violence, because we live with the danger of that violence in our everyday lives. Seeking out true crime stories not only provides us with tools to learn about our fears, and hope...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Two men were robbed and beaten in River North over the weekend as bystanders looked on and took video, video shows.Video from the city's POD security camera, first obtained by CWB, shows the scene in the 400-block of State Street around 1:30 a.m. Saturday There is no rush to stop the attack.Residents and businesses said incidents like it are becoming more common in River North and the Near North Side."I think the video is brutal," said Steven Levy, president of Sudler Property Management. "What we're seeing today is the complete breakdown of a civilized society and these issues should be addressed by public officials."The owner of the 7-11 on the corner showed video of the late night crowds in the story. She said employees have quit out of fear for their safety.Gary Kolesar, who lives in the neighborhood said he avoids that particular area."This is the only area in Streeterville that I don't feel comfortable," he said.Sudler Property Management oversees nearly 40,000 residential units in the area."I've heard from many residents. They are concerned. Several have said...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Many communities in Chicago live with the fear of gun violence every day. CBS 2’s Jim Williams spoke to people who work every day to curb shootings. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Warning For Parts Of Area For 40 years, Helen Williams has lived in Englewood and sees her community through a wide lens. “We’re plagued in Englewood with senseless murders and most of them are aimed at our children and it’s sad. Really sad,” Williams said. “But we do a lot of things in Englewood people don’t see that are good things.” Take this past Saturday: The community gave scholarships to several college students from Englewood. what does that say about the community. One resident had an answer. “We keep moving. We keep moving. We keep celebrating.” Asiasha Butler of the Resident Association of Greater Englewood (RAGE) said while no one sugar coats violence in Englewood, she and her neighbors are not paralyzed by fear. There’s simply too much at stake. “If I put all my energy towards worrying, I would drive myself crazy,” Butler...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Many communities in Chicago live with the fear of gun violence every day. CBS 2’s Jim Williams spoke to people who work every day to curb shootings. READ MORE: She Is A Gem Of This City: Mourners Pay Tribute To Fallen Chicago Police Officer Ella French For 40 years, Helen Williams has lived in Englewood and sees her community through a wide lens. “We’re plagued in Englewood with senseless murders and most of them are aimed at our children and it’s sad. Really sad,” Williams said. But we do a lot of things in Englewood people don’t see that are good things.” Take this past Saturday: The community gave scholarships to several college students from Englewood. what does that say about the community. One resident had an answer. “We keep moving. We keep moving. We keep celebrating.” Asiasha Butler of the Resident Association of Greater Englewood (RAGE) said while no one sugar coats violence in Englewood, she and her neighbors are not paralyzed by fear. There’s too much at stake. “If I put all my energy towards...
    This is a rush transcript from "Special Report with Bret Baier," August 3, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. SHANNON BREAM, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: All right, Howard Kurtz, thank you very much. Let's bring in our panel now, Washington Post columnist, Marc Thiessen. Morgan Ortagus, former State Department spokesperson and Harold Ford Jr., former Tennessee congressman and CEO of Empowerment & Inclusion Capital.All right, panel, I want to start with what we heard from President Biden just a short time ago when asked point blank about this report today, here's what he said.(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Are you now calling on him to resign?JOE BIDEN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Yes.UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: And if he doesn't resign, do you believe he should be impeached and removed from office?BIDEN: Let's take one thing at a time here. I think he should resign. I understand that the state legislature may decide to impeach. I don't know that for fact. I have not read all that data.(END VIDEO CLIP)BREAM: Marc, the president stood by his...
    (CBS Local)– Remy Ma has been a big name in music for decades and this week she showed fans her range as the host of the new VH1 series “My True Crime Story.” The series, which premiered on August 2, features first person narratives about ordinary people getting caught up in extraordinary criminal activity and how they turned their lives around. CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith recently caught up with Remy Ma to discuss what people can expect when they check out the new VH1 series, her personal journey from the Bronx, New York, working with musician Fat Joe and the best moments of her music career. READ MORE: Chargers Training Camp: Team Holds First Practice With Pads “There were a lot of parts that were interesting. The actual crime itself, what made them do it and some of them were really young, so their ages were mind-blowing,” said Ma. “Some of the schemes and scams they came up with were borderline genius. Then at the end, you see the redemption part and all they’ve been through and how they are in...
    A teenage woman was shot dead and a teenage man was injured at a California movie theater on Monday during a showing of the horror film The Forever Purge, cops said on Tuesday. The woman, 18, and the man, 19, were attending a showing of the film at the Regal Edwards Corona Crossings the film when gunshots rang out around 11:45 p.m., the Corona Police Department said in a news release.  Cops said that the woman died at the scene and the man was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. The Forever Purge, which is the fifth installment in the successful Purge franchise, follows a migrant couple and the wealthy ranchers they work for in a dystopian version of the United States in the year 2048 in which the government allows all crime for a 12-hour period - including murder. A teenage woman was shot dead and a teenage man was injured at a California movie theater on Monday during a showing of the horror film The Forever Purge The woman, 18, and the man, 19, were...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The nation’s top crime fighter was in Chicago, talking to top law enforcement in the city. But parents and kids in the neighborhoods said talk to them, too. READ MORE: Child In Critical Condition After Being Pulled Out Of Pond At Lake In The Hills Golf Course CBS 2’s Chris Tye reports about the feds new plan to cut crime. From the White House to City Hall to CPD headquarters, the key word on summer violence was urgency. Strike Forces are rolling out to make a quick impact. Educators said a more lasting approach needs attention too. “We’re out here having an activity. Giving them something to do on a Friday,” said Darnell Payne. A hot Friday in city playing defense. Out of a new crime playbook. New dollars from Washington tackling how guns get to Chicago. But new trends are forming on the South Side. “Now you’re 16 and you’re in the grave. You’re 17 and you’re the shooter. We want to take that same energy and bring them back into education.” Payne is the Dean...
    After more than a year of the pandemic, protests and riots, rising violence and homelessness, Portland, Oregon, Mayor Ted Wheeler wants to welcome people back to the city’s struggling downtown.  "Welcome Back to the Heart of Portland!" kicks off this weekend and will include free concerts, pop-up markets, sing-alongs and light displays. "My hope is that we get back to the most important thing and the most valuable thing about our city, and that's the people," David Jackson, the official DJ for the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers said, according to FOX 12 in Portland.  Monique Claiborne, president and CEO of Greater Portland Inc., said it’s not about the city going back to the way it was, "but really we're one step closer to imagining a future city that's inclusive and prosperous." PORTLAND SHOOTING LEAVES 1 WOMAN DEAD, 6 HURT: POLICE; MAYOR TALKS ‘GUN VIOLENCE PROBLEM’ IN NEWS CONFERENCE  Wheeler tweeted about the event Wednesday and received more than a little criticism from all sides in the comments. Portland Police released an image of the crime scene where a...
    More from: Steve Cuozzo Train fanatic reveals underground secrets of the NYC Subway labyrinth New Subway sandwich menu items taste just as vile as the old ones Times restaurant of the summer implodes over charges of colonialism, misogyny Contemporary art hotspot Petzel Gallery is expanding and relocating Eric Adams win in high-crime areas proves liberals are out of touch In the 1954 classic film, Godzilla was a city-destroying, malevolent monster who lays waste to Tokyo.  When tanks and rockets fail to fell the dinosaur, a scientist invents the “oxygen destroyer” — a volatile chemical weapon deadly enough to kill the creature, but so horrific the inventor resists using it, fearful it could fall into the wrong hands.  A colleague urges him to deploy it, arguing: “You have your fear which might become reality. And you have Godzilla, which is reality.”  New York City is now facing a real-life Godzilla — the plague of street violence that seems to worsen each week. Our likely next mayor, Eric Adams, is the only human who can stop the beast’s rampage, and he...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As businesses start bringing more employees back to work, a lot of their concern has shifted from COVID-19 safety to public safety. As CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reported Wednesday, former NYPD Chief Terence Monahan‘s new job is to help with that part of the city’s recovery. Monahan walks a different kind of beat these days. “You’re not getting those phone calls in the middle of the night anymore,” he said. FLASHBACK: NYPD Chief Of Department Terence Monahan To Retire, Join Mayor’s Recovery Team The retired NYPD Chief of Department traded in his police uniform for a suit and tie, and a new office at the city’s Department of Small Business Services. “I’m senior advisor for COVID recovery safety planning. It entails, What can we do to make businesses feel comfortable to come back to New York? How do we get tourists back to New York?” Monahan said. Monahan said at this point, most companies and businesses feel like they have protocols in place to keep employees healthy. But now their concern is public safety. Workers told Grymes...
    This is a rush transcript from "Special Report with Bret Baier," July 12, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)BIDEN: We know there are some things that work. And the first of those that works is stemming the flow of firearms used to commit violent crimes.ADAMS: We've responded immediately when we saw those students with assault rifles that hit our college campuses in suburban counties, and it was the right thing to do. But the problem in America is the handgun.Yet the demographics of the victims of black, brown, and poor, we've ignored it for far too long.(END VIDEO CLIP)BAIER: Let's talk about all of this bringing our panel early Trey Gowdy, former congressman from South Carolina, Harold Ford, Jr., former Tennessee congressman, CEO of Empowerment and Inclusion Capital.And as mentioned before, a special panelist tonight, Jesse Watters, co-host of "THE FIVE", author of the new book, How I Save the World.This is a rare event, Jesse.WATTERS: It is. I'm feeling very special, and I will try not to ruin...
    How irredeemably stupid is the media? This irredeemably stupid. Montage of Avenatti love: Cuomo: you got lucky tonight, we are back with attorney Michael Avenatti. He is a main player//Navarro: to me, you are like the Holy Spirit. You are all places at all times. //Behar: he is out there saving the country//Matthews: look I think you are doing a hell of a job//I don’t think you are in this for money//Stelter: looking at 2020, one reason I am taking you seriously as a contender is because of your presence on cable news.//Gayle king: he is a rock star I think. It will be interesting to see his next chapter. Hey Gayle, the title of the next chapter is in: you're all stupid idiots. Behold. Fox News' Trace Gallagher report: Michael Avenatti, lawyer who represented Stormy Daniels in legal battles with former President Trump, sentenced to 2 and a half years in prison. The jury convicted Avenatti of trying to extort up to 25 million dollars from Nike and this is not the end of his legal troubles.  He still...
    Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro lead the all-star cast of Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh's latest outing, "No Sudden Move." The crime thriller is set in 1950s Detroit, and is full of twists and turns that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.In the film, all sorts of criminals are brought together over one job that sounded so simple at the start, but is actually quite complex."They kind of reverse-engineered a story around really heavy and heady historical information," Cheadle said.Ray Liotta added to the explanation: "A car company had something that would be able to help the climate, to help what's going on, but they refused to do it. And some people are paid to steal what it is."This genre-bending film is a crime drama, a thriller, a mystery and more."It's a comedy heist movie about a scandal within the car industry," said co-star Frankie Shaw.And it goes beyond that, too!"There's a film noir thing in this movie," Del Toro said. "It's just a lot of fun seeing these characters. You don't know who to trust.""You're along...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Target says it's closing all six of its San Francisco stores early because of crime specifically thefts and shoplifting.All the stores in the city are now operating from 9 a.m. until just 6 p.m.RELATED: SF Walgreens stores average 4x more thefts than rest of country, company saysThe company says that for more than a month their stores have experienced an alarming rise in theft and security incidents.San Francisco Mayor London Breed says cutting hours is not the answer."We need to make sure when these crimes occur that there is an accountability component. When police make an arrest which they have - which you saw on the news with the guy on the bike and arrest has been made. Will they be held accountable for what they did?" said Mayor Breed.That man the mayor is talking about is facing 15 counts in multiple shoplifting cases in San Francisco.VIDEO: Suspect from viral SF Walgreens heist video to face 15 charges, San Francisco DA saysEMBED More News Videos The charges are in connection to seven shoplifting-related cases that occurred...
    Guardian Angels founder and animal rights activist Curtis Sliwa joined "Hannity" on Monday to lay out his plan to take back New York City from the "looters and shooters" that have become increasingly prevalent under Mayor Bill de Blasio and a heavily liberal city council. Sliwa, who essentially bootstrapped the anti-crime organization from the ground up in 1979 in response to an uptick in subway crime under Mayor Edward I. Koch, said he will take his tough-on-crime reputation to city hall if given the opportunity. Earlier this week, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said during a Zoom session with fellow liberal Bronx Democratic Rep. Jamaal Bowman that public concerns about an urban crime wave are "hysteria." During the interview, Sliwa pointed to Ocasio-Cortez's progressive politics and de Blasio's policies, which have included support for cutting the NYPD budget in 2020, telling host Sean Hannity that he decided to run for mayor because crime prevention has always been his top priority. "AOC-All-Out-Crazy by the way has armed security officers with her at all times like the rest of her Democrat Socialists of...
    This is a rush transcript from "Special Report" June 21, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.  (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)JEN PSAKI, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: There has been actually a rise incrime over the last five years, but really the last 18 months. And so it'san opportunity for the president to speak to what he's going to do to helpaddress that. And as we have seen around the country, it is a concern ofmany Americans, Republicans, but also Democrats, too. Not necessarilythrough a partisan lens.MAYOR LORI LIGHTFOOT, (D) CHICAGO: We are seeing a downward trajectorywhere other cities are continuing to see a climb. I'm the first to tellyou, that's cold comfort to a single person who has been shot, a singleperson who has been killed.ANTHONY NAPOLITANO, (I) CHICAGO ALDERMAN: Politicians won't blame familiesfor raising their kids. The gangs are raising their kids right now. We haveover 117,000 gang members. That's your problem. That is your absoluteproblem.(END VIDEO CLIP)BAIER: Crime wave through some big cities across the country, and it'svery tangible. You can see...
    Former President Donald Trump formally threw his weight Friday behind Alaska's Commissioner of Administration Kelly Tshibaka, who is challenging Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the 2022 GOP primary.  'Lisa Murkowski is bad for Alaska,' Trump said in a statement. 'I look forward to campaigning in Alaska for Kelly Tshibaka,' he added, giving her his 'Complete and Total Endorsement.'  Trump called Tshibaka a 'fighter who stands for Alaska values and America First.'  'She is MAGA all the way, pro-energy, strong on the Border, tough on Crime and totally supports our Military and our great Vets,' he continued. 'Kelly is a powerful supporter of the Second Amendment and JOBS!'  Former President Donald Trump officially threw his weight behind Alaska's Commissioner of Administration Kelly Tshibaka, who is challenging Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the 2022 GOP primary Alaska Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka got former President Donald Trump's endorsement in the Alaska Senate GOP primary on Friday. Tshibaka announced she would challenge GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski in late March Trump hammered Sen. Lisa Murkowski for voting to confirm President Joe Biden's Interior...
    The Democratic candidates in New York's Mayoral race clashed on policing, race and what kind of foods should be allowed in the city in their final debate ahead of the primary next week, with one candidate telling her black opponent that he 'doesn't speak for minorities' in his criticism of defunding cops - even though he is black. Front-runner Eric Adams, a former NYPD cop who has been endorsed by George Floyd's brother, was slammed by his opponents for his promise to bring back stop-and-frisk and the controversial anti-crime unit that de Blasio disbanded last June in the heat of the BLM movement.  Maya Wiley, one of the most liberal candidates who is ranking third in the polls, didn't raise her hand when all of the candidates were asked if they'd put more cops on subway cars amid a surge in violent public transit crime.  Neither did Dianne Morales, who wants to cut the NYPD's budget by $3billion, or Scott Stringer.  The other candidates did raise their hands.   When asked what she'd ban in the city, Wiley said 'every sugary...
    Australian editor Julian Assange has been behind bars in the United Kingdom since his April 2019 arrest after being evicted from the Ecuadorian embassy where he had been given refuge for years. Now, as Assange fights extradition to the United States where he faces charges that could land him in jail for more than 100 years, his family is speaking out against the parameters of his incarceration. Assange’s father, John Shipton who is currently touring the United States to raise awareness of his son's situation, told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Wednesday that Assange really didn’t do anything wrong or commit any "specific crime at all." "He just offended some people in certain sections of Washington," he said. "And consequently has faced 12 years now of persecution and harassment."  PAMELA ANDERSON PLEADS WITH TRUMP TO PARDON ‘FREE SPEECH HERO’ ASSANGE Shipton pointed out that even though Assange is not an American citizen, he’s been charged under the U.S. 1917 Espionage Act, threatening 175 years in jail over "nothing at all." Gabriel Shipton, Assange’s brother, shared that the last time he was...
    The wife of a jogger who was shot in the wealthy Atlanta neighborhood of Buckhead has said locals are 'very disturbed' and 'all feel violated' by an uptick in violent crime. Andrew Worrell was jogging in Buckhead at around 8:35 a.m. on June 5 when he was shot twice, though he survived and has since been released from the hospital.   His wife Anne Worrell appeared on Fox News on Tuesday, telling host Tucker Carlson that she never imagined violent crime would 'really be knocking on my door'. Asked if what happened to her husband felt like part of a bigger pattern, Anne agreed. 'It does. We've been saying for the past year 18 months that it just feels like its creeping in closer and closer to the neighbourhoods, I mean it's been in Buckhead but it just feels like it's getting closer and closer and I never imagined that it would really be knocking on my door like this but I think this is one reason why the citizens of Buckhead are very disturbed by this because we all feel violated.' Anne...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. t State tragically late in reopening effort We should remember that California is late opening up. We are finally restoring what some states never lost and many reinstated in June 2020. Other states wonder why California, which arrogantly claims to be the entrepreneurial heartbeat of the country, couldn’t keep our kids in school, gyms open and businesses afloat. Our tolerance for draconian restrictions that punish everyone, virtue-signaling outdoor masking, and shaming those who suggest we’re paranoid baffles them. It took a recall, protests, lawsuits and several trips to the Supreme Court to reclaim what we shouldn’t have lost. Forty-eight other states aligned with CDC guidelines last month. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Mark Ghaly and our public health officials followed fear, not science. They manipulated data (thanks, Alameda County, for correcting yours) and disregarded collateral damage until it was too much to ignore. We should have reopened months ago. Julie Colwell Sunnyvale Congress must promote an all-electric future In their letters published June 10, both David...
    Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell applauded women buying more guns along with the rest of the population, saying “they want to protect their family” and are “afraid” of the falling levels of police support. WATCH: Gun sales continue to surge, as they have throughout the coronavirus pandemic. “Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt prompted the exchange by stating that “half” of gun buyers are women. “Bravo. Bravo,” Terrell responded. “Because women, just like men, just like anyone in this country, want to protect their family. And they feel if they cannot rely on law enforcement, they have no other person to depend on other than [themselves].”(RELATED: Millions Of Americans Bought Guns Last Month) “People are looking at what’s going on every day in these Democratic cities, and the government wants to take your guns away. People are afraid,” Terrell continued. He said that given moves to defund police, people “have no other choice but to protect themselves. And I applaud them because government is abandoning its number one obligation, to protect citizens.” The Fox News contributor insisted the increased...
    Savannah Rychcik May 19, 2021 0 Comments Former President Donald Trump is firing back at New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) after her office announced the investigation into his organization “is no longer purely civil.” “There is nothing more corrupt than an investigation that is in desperate search of a crime. But, make no mistake, that is exactly what is happening here. The Attorney General of New York literally campaigned on prosecuting Donald Trump even before she knew anything about me,” the former president said in a statement on his website. He argued, “This is something that happens in failed third world countries, not the United States.” Trump continued, “If you can run for a prosecutor’s office pledging to take out your enemies, and be elected to that job by partisan voters who wish to enact political retribution, then we are no longer a free constitutional democracy.” Accusing Democrats of wanting to “cancel the Make America Great Again movement,” Trump added, “No President has been treated the way I have. With all of the crime and corruption you...
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