“A mob, turning abusive, will, ironically, imitate the abuse of power that the demonstration was called to protest in the first place.” Lance Morrow opines on his reflections, past and present in his latest article posted in City Journal, Fire, Again.
Rich Lowry writes in today’s NY Post: Ending the riots is as simple as letting the police do their jobs.
Former VP Biden, longing to be the president, won’t respond to questions regarding the dozen or so staffers who have donated to pay bail for those arrested while protesting and rioting.
From the Washington Free Beacon, Review: Foretelling the End of Capitalism.
Chairman Kassar signed the Conservative Action Project stating U.S. POLICY MUST REQUIRE CHINA TO TEAR DOWN ITS GREAT FIREWALL.
Do you think this hypocrite holds the Bible when she pushes through legislation to end the lives of innocent babies? Pelosi, holding a Bible, urges Trump to help the country heal.
The Daily Signal says it is time for an honest conversation about race in America.
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) has this to say about the unlawful riots occurring in our nation: The 2020 Riots Threaten to Undo Hard-Won Progress on Police Accountability.
Food for thought. Contact Tracing: Laying the Foundation for Real-Time Social Tracking (is government putting the “frogs” in a pot of cold water to slowly bring it to a boil?)
Gordon G. Chang writes in Gatestone Institute about China: What We Must Do, What We Must Not Do.
Today’s presser by Governor Andrew Cuomo is, without doubt, one of worst that he has held over the last 94 days. In all honesty, I could not listen to all of it. His patronizing attitude is getting under my skin; but when he said that “the police must stop the looting and the criminal activity – that is the essence of the police…they are supposed to protect the community and protect the property. They did not do this…” I had to turn it off. He and the democrats that control the legislature have tied the hands of the police, endangering all New Yorkers, when they passed and he signed the criminal justice reform bill last year! Your inability to have a reasonable curfew, yet keep people locked in their homes and out of work, shows how little you really care for the citizens of New York who respect the rule of law.
How dare you blame the police for the riots when your insufferable laws and rules have been a major contributor to the chaos that Ne Yorkers have be subjected to, especially this last week.
Andrew Cuomo, the anguish that New York is suffering through lies squarely on your doorstep.
You can and must provide leadership not the insupportable platitudes (required to keep your progressive base happy) that you have been handing out during your pressers.
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