America's half-black, articulate, bright, clean and nice-looking President (channeling my inner Biden, sorry!) needs to seriously shut his pie hole even there is pie in it. Hmmmmm, pie.
In historic visit to Hiroshima, Obama calls on the world to morally evolveI won't bother listing any of the other drivel that leaked out of his loose-lipped sphincter.
Pampers or Depends ... don't care, someone needs to make a bib for this clown.
After 85 years of Democratic leadership (the last Republican Mayor of Chicago was William H. Thompson, 1927-31, and he was no prize either),black Chicago denizens have reached an evolutionary plateau; a long time ago their moral DNA hit a brick wall and said "Screw it, we're done, let's kill everybody."
As of Friday morning, homicides in Chicago were up 52 percent in 2016, compared with the same period a year ago, and shootings had increased by 50 percent, though the pace of violence has slowed in recent weeks, the police said. Only five months into the year, at least 233 people have been killed.To give my readers an idea of how bad it is in Chicago, only 20% of this years homicides have been cleared by arrest (source). Historically, murder once had a very high clearance rate (80-85%) simply because the victim and the suspect generally knew each other and it was a crime of passion. No more.
Officials are struggling with the problem and are employing a range of strategies as the murder rate in Chicago, the nation’s third-largest city, outpaces that of New York and Los Angeles.
Bernie "It's All Free" Sanders needs to emigrate to Venezuela and rent a dark, festering rathole in Caracas.
Dark, because there is no electricity, and festering, because that's what people do under socialism in every country where it has taken root.
CARACAS, Venezuela — The courts? Closed most days. The bureau to start a business? Same thing. The public defender’s office? That’s been converted into a food bank for government employees.
Step by step, Venezuela has been shutting down.
This country has long been accustomed to painful shortages, even of basic foods. But Venezuela keeps drifting further into uncharted territory.
In recent weeks, the government has taken what may be one of the most desperate measures ever by a country to save electricity: A shutdown of many of its offices for all but two half-days each week.
But that is only the start of the country’s woes. Electricity and water are being rationed, and huge areas of the country have spent months with little of either.