Powderhorn Park, an older neighborhood consisting of upper-middle-class, white leftist families South Minneapolis, is a microcosm of what happens when leftist policies are actually implemented without restrictions. You may recall a New York Times article from a few weeks back that quoted local resident Mitchell Erickson as saying he regretted calling the police after a few young, black thugs held him at gunpoint while demanding his car keys. His - anyone's - natural response was dialing 9-1-1 and reporting the crime. However, because he has also accepted the narrative that blacks commit crimes because we call the police, or something to that effect, he chose not to cooperate with them. Did those young gangbangers go on to commit more violent crimes?
If you have an anxiety disorder skip ahead to the next paragraph - a kind of joke. There are 138 days, 9 hours, 59 minutes, and 32 seconds as of this writing until Americans cast their ballots for 2020 elections. That is for all races, not just Presidential. Right Wire Report will be addressing why you should pull the lever for the incumbent President, Donald J. Trump, in a separate article forthcoming. But for now, the focus will be on key down-ticket races. If President Trump wins re-election, his policy initiatives and legislative success are dependent on having a Republican-controlled Senate and House to support and advance them. And if the unthinkable happens, and he loses, a republican controlled Senate will be
Minnesotans, the country, and the world watched shocked as over 1500 buildings and businesses were damaged or destroyed in Minneapolis from days of rioting that broke out following the death of George Floyd. Now the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (DFL) who control the Minnesota House, in emergency special session, demand passage of a $300 million economic aid package to rebuild the charred battleground that remains following the abject failure of DFL leadership. This week those same DFL lawmakers who poured gasoline into a tinder box then stepped back, stood down law enforcement, and watched it all go up in smoke, seek taxpayer funds to tidy up their moral deficits. They proposed The Promise Act - Shameless! MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The legislation is aimed
By now, we have all seen the shocking video of George Floyd, 46, who died Monday after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by Minneapolis police officers. In one video taken by a bystander, Floyd could repeatedly be heard stating, "I can't breathe" as an officer held him to the ground with a knee on his neck. Other videos show that George Floyd was or was not resisting arrest, rather fell to the ground - which calls into the question the motives of the police officers. That video and others have sparked outrage, fueling calls for the officers' arrests and, more broadly, for Congress to take another look at the racial disparities in the nation's criminal justice system. Right Wire