NYPD Practically Stops Making Arrests; Total Chaos Follows

By “ total chaos, ” I mean nothing really changed, except a lot fewer people were harassed by police. And yes, I used the term “harass,” because I’m “anti-cop,” a “cop-hater,” “cop-killer sympathizer,” and I love Mayor de Blasio. Any criticism at all of police policies means that I’m a liberal who loves murderous and destructive Ferguson protesters. The NYPD inadvertently showed their city that they’re really not needed all that much. In fact, their only real purpose Read more […]

Police Commissioner says NYPD has shown “Remarkable Restraint”

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton was on NBC’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd on Sunday where he defended his officers and their reaction to the recent events in New York City. “The common ground here is really to, one, as we’ve been doing in New York, is to deal with the demonstrations in a way so that they don’t turn into police riots, to allow some breathing room in the sense that we’re allowing people to demonstrate, to vent, and at the same time, showing, on the part of the police, remarkable Read more […]

NYPD Justified In Turning Their Backs On Bill de Blasio

Mayor de Blasio’s actions left the NYPD justified in publicly renouncing him. Google defines “Respect” as “a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.” Nowhere in the definition of respect is a requirement to revere, or honor someone simply by virtue of their position of power. We have been told our entire lives that we should “respect the office,” if not the person holding it, but the two are inextricably linked. There can Read more […]

Joe Biden Speaks at Funeral for Fallen NYPD Officer

Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the funeral service for NYPD Officer Rafael Ramos on Staurday. “Being a cop was not what they did. It was who they were. It’s who you are,” Biden said speaking to a room full of police officers. The entire service was emotionally charged, and VP Biden did his best to bridge the gap between pain and reconciliation for a police force and a city that is reeling.     Vice President Joe Biden: Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio, Commissioner Read more […]

Why I Agree With the Exoneration of Officer Pantaleo

Did Officer Pantaleo cross the line? “There are no facts, only interpretations.” – Friedrich Nietzsche On July 17th, 2014, New York police approached Eric Garner outside a Tompkinsville strip mall. They believed that he had been selling loose cigarettes, which is illegal in the state of New York. Upon questioning him, Garner became agitated, stating that he had done nothing wrong, and that he was being unfairly targeted by the police department. When the officers attempted to place handcuffs Read more […]

NYPD Beat Up, Hospitalizes 84-Year-Old Man For Jaywalking

The NYPD are cracking down on jaywalkers. In their attempt to “keep the streets safe,” they beat up and bloodied an 84-year-old man for his street-crossing violation. I guess they literally want the streets to be safe, not people. The New York Post reported: Kang Wong was strolling north on Broadway and crossing 96th Street at around 5 p.m., when an officer told him to halt because he had walked against the light. Police were targeting jaywalkers in the area following the third pedestrian Read more […]

Gun-Grabbing New York Police Chief Gets Entourage Of Taxpayer-Funded Armed Security

Ray Kelly is the current police chief of the NYPD. He’s on his way out. He and Bloomberg have been New York’s gun-grabbing dream team. In addition to trying to eliminate the 2nd Amendment, they’ve also been active in nullifying the 4th and 5th Amendments with their “stop and frisk” policies, which have been made necessary by their nullification of the 2nd Amendment. Like most liberals, they don’t at all practice what they preach. They want guns among law-abiding citizens confiscated, Read more […]

Federal Judge Disciplined, Pulled From Case Involving NYPD ‘Stop-And-Frisk’ Policy

In August, US District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin ruled that New York Police Department policy called stop-and-frisk violates the constitutional rights of minorities.  The NYPD would stop and frisk anyone they deemed suspicious, but Scheindlin said that the majority of those stopped were black or Hispanic and that they would not have been stopped if they were white.  She said that it violates their Fourth Amendment rights of minorities. Ray Kelly, NYPD Commissioner responded to the judge’s Read more […]