By John Ruberry Chicago is five days removed from its bloodiest May in twenty-one years. Two decades Chicago had more residents, so on a per capita basis May 2016 is even worse than it seems. The Tuesday tally for Memorial Day weekend carnage was six dead and 69 wounded. You might as well add a seventh … Continue reading Why is Rahm letting Chicago’s murder crisis go to waste?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – It was only a matter of time before Captain Clay Higgins of the St. Landry parish sheriff’s department drew the ire of the ACLU and frankly, it’s surprising that it hasn’t happened before now. Captain Higgins makes Chuck Norris tremble. Captain Higgins is the tough talking, straight shooting spokesman for … Continue reading Report From Louisiana: Captain Clay Higgins for President!
Lorenzo: I'm not afraid of you. Sonny: You should be. Lorenzo: I know who you are, Sonny, I know what you're capable of, and I would never step out of line, you can ask anyone in the neighborhood who knows me. But this time, you're wrong. A Bronx Tale 1993 The War Doctor: Time Lords … Continue reading On MLK Day Where are the Black McCartney Sisters?