“Mark and Patricia McCloskey had previously been charged with felony counts of exhibiting weapons–for pointing guns at protestors outside their central west end home.”
Who needs malice by the IRS when some good, old fashioned bureaucratic indolence can do the job just as ruthlessly.
Since last week’s press conference, that already flimsy case excusing Taylor’s killing has taken four significant body blows.
One indictment has been handed down against a police officer involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
A seemingly endless summer of discontentment leaves us no closer to better than we were before.
After months of chants and hashtags, the hard numbers are in for Fiscal Year 2021, and “Defund the Police” is not happening.
It is utterly unsurprising nobody considered the impact of the law on victims or to ensure it did not further strip them of their will.
There’s been a lot of doom and gloom around as of late and I thought I’d pitch in with a couple of songs where virtually everyone dies.
What counts as a “crime” in our society is a political, contested thing. It always has been and always will be. So too are the consequences
The following story is humorous. As far as we know Mike Pence could, in fact, use his fingers to count to ten, were it necessary.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving half of the brothers who were behind the Boston Marathon bombing, is off death row — for now.
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“The documents include a deposition given by Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the draft of a memoir she was writing about her experiences inside the sex-trafficking ring, and email exchanges between Maxwell and Epstein.”