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Thoughts on Ferguson, Charles Darwin Actually Took Michael Brown’s Life

Ferguson, MO—Michael Brownwas an accomplished thug. He was a large and cruel monster that a just moment before he died was captured on tape terrorizing a shop owner while committing a vicious strong-armed robbery. Contrary to fanciful thoughts we are not all equal. Show More Summary

Pension Win

It seems that the Law, as written, has obligations and responsibilities - binding one might say: A judge on Friday struck down the state’s landmark pension law that sought to fix Illinois’ $104.6 billion government retirement systemShow More Summary

What Bit Me?

Well, if you're at HQ, it's either someone looking for a promotion or bedbugs: There are some unwanted guests inside Chicago's Public Safety Building.The 35th and Michigan Avenue location has a bedbug problem.Both the Chicago PoliceShow More Summary

Promotional Exams?

Someone said there's a sign up for an ET test. That probably means a class of ET's to be made shortly to burn the list out, but maybe not. In any event, long overdue. ET's are regularly handling homicides lately since there are only like seven Forensic Investigators any more. Show More Summary

Here's What We Don't Get

There's a troll here who likes to pop in and say things like "How can cops be Republican? You're union people, Republicans want to screw you. etc etc" We'd publish it, but he calls everyone stupid and ignorant and has a potty-mouth, so we flush it.We troll back at sites like that sometimes if we're bored. Show More Summary

Equality, Race and Culture Always Collide Despite the Social Engineers.

Los Angeles, CA—In an location with more representation of clashing races and cultures than any other I’m searching for answers. When looking for race relation solutions p olitical correctness is an obvious problem, not a solution. First I must debunk the biggest lie ever told. Show More Summary

Detectives in Uniform?

Couple e-mails saying everyone is in uniform in anticipation of a Ferguson decision coming down tomorrow. We wish they'd just pull the trigger on this and get it over with so we can get on to "healing" and "understanding" and whatever other liberal "excuse-of-the-day" is.

Rauner Hoping for "Guidance"

Forget guidance - how about some leadership? Making his first post-election appearance at the Capitol on Thursday, Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner said he hopes the Illinois Supreme Court eventually will provide guidance on what changes areShow More Summary

Don't Like Taxes? Don't Pay 'em

Hey, if the president's "adviser" on Ferguson can do it, why not you? The Rev. Al Sharpton on Wednesday sharply criticized a New York Times article that explored his history of unpaid taxes, rent and other bills, calling the report “misleading...Show More Summary


Three-hundred-fifty-seven being monitored in New York City, and this happens : Just a week after Dr. Craig Spencer was declared 'Ebola-free', The Daily Mail reports a woman, who had arrived from Guinea 18 days ago (and was on the NYC Ebola monitoring list), dropped dead in a Brooklyn hair salon this afternoon. Show More Summary

Classy Fans

We like hockey. A lot. And this is one of the reasons why: These were Canadian fans stepping up in the midst of technical difficulties to assist in completing the United States national anthem. After the terror attacks in Canada, fans at NHL stadiums across the US stood in solidarity with the Canadian people. Show More Summary

Immigration Announcement, Obama Double Speak at it’s Best

Washington, DC—Beginning with perennial and always empty promises of future border enforcement and deporting criminals, Barack Obama offered Amnesty and Green Cards to millions of border jumping trespassers. Obama’s bogus claim thatShow More Summary

Breaking News! A Horrible FAA Civilian Drone Regulation Appeal Ruling!

Los Angeles, CA –Today the NTSB ruled that the FAA may continue to ban any commercial use model aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles or drones. We are anxiously awaiting the FAA’s long overdue and final regulations on the drones that have become so popular primarily to photographers. Show More Summary

The Crimefile Review of, A MOST VIOLENT YEAR

Los Angeles, CA—I attended a SAG screening of A Most Violent Year put on by the SAG Foundation. I never really know what to expect at these events however this was a very enjoyable and entertaining experience. J.C. Chandor expertly wrote the script and directed the film. Show More Summary

Interesting Statistics Regarding the Little Camera Drones and Safety

Los Angeles, CA –Nearly everywhere there are some frightened members of Congress, various state legislatures and city councils that are considering ways to ban or severely regulate the little multi-rotor camera drones. Must we always...Show More Summary

Missing Propoganda

A reader asked another question that someone in the media should have done months ago:...and where's the weekly Table Of Guns for the TV cameras? And a reply: Lol!They have "minders" not so much to secure the guns at these agit-prop "Look at ALL these bad guns" media events, but to keep people from scanning the inventory tags... Show More Summary

Rahm Needs More Money

A pair of amusing rumors: Word out of city hall is that Tiny Dancer is pissed about his convoy being caught and dragged through the media for running red lights, so he intends to respond after the new year with a new policy.Any cityShow More Summary

Pathetic Media

King Obama is going to announce a sweeping abuse of power tomorrow regarding immigration. We recall a war fought over this sort of behavior nearly 240 years ago. Guess who isn't interrupting regular programming to broadcast the address...Show More Summary

Toy Gun

One for the "suburban dumbass" files : The owner of a bakery in Calumet City shot a man who was using a toy gun to usher him and an employee to the back of the store during a robbery, police said.The incident happened about 3:30 p.m....Show More Summary

De Paul Cost Overruns

Not just a little cost overrun - a huge one : The Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority is negotiating with a general contractor for the proposed DePaul arena near McCormick Place, but the two sides are struggling with a price tag...Show More Summary

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