Take a look at this excerpt from a New York Times article from a couple of days ago:
The main Chicago police union is standing behind the white officer who was charged this week with first-degree murder for gunning down a black teenager. It is facing a backlash from leaders of the city's black community as a result.
I have been more than patient with this situation, as have my neighbors. I have held my tongue on things I could not provide "proof" for even though I knew they were true.
Thanksgiving is not what it once was...Then again, America is not what she once was.
17-year-old Laquan McDonald was shot dead by officer Jason Van Dyke on October 20, 2014. Here is how the police union described the shooting to the Chicago Tribune for an article published on October 21:
Police in Florida busted a game of mahjong in Florida at a condominium clubhouse. The group accused of the crime: four women between the ages of 87 and 95.
With dismaying predictability, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu lost no time in exploiting the massacre in Paris.
(This essay is biased - as we all should be - toward the family man, the working man - a real man--as opposed to the State and its minions.)
Peace is impractical. War is inevitable.
Belgian police are still hunting for a key suspect in the Paris terror attacks after keeping Brussels in an unprecedented lockdown for three days.
As governors across the United States publicly deny refuge to the Syrian citizens who've been displaced entirely as a result of US foreign policy, some would-be neo-Nazis want to take it a step further.
... and profits by selling genetic information to corporations
A Post-Paris 'Clash of Civilizations'? It's ISIS's Dream and Marco Rubio Agrees
The Paris attackers weren't Syrian, and they didn't use encryption, but the US government is still using the carnage to justify attempts to ban them both
French President François Hollande was quick to declare a state of emergency in the wake of Friday's bloody terror attacks in Paris.
Washington, D.C. Fox affiliate WTTG-TV reporter Emily Miller posted to Twitter Wednesday night an internal police memo on four suspicious bearded men seen at the Pentagon on Sunday.
The police have been violating the laws to confiscate assets all over the country. A scathing report on California warns of pervasive abuse by police to rob the people without proving that any crime occurred.
Inadequate planning, poor training and unclear policies for Baltimore police led to an undermining of protesters' basic rights - and many are concerned as the trials of the officers involved in Gray's death begin and the city's murder rate ri
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler told Congress yesterday that, following the attacks on Paris, wiretapping laws should be expanded, The Washington Post reports.