A video of the Prince of Wales greeting officials at an Auschwitz event in Israel showed him walk along a row of seats, shaking hands with guests, but did not shake hands with Mike Pence.

at an Auschwitz event ... was it a comedy?


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A video of the Prince of Wales greeting officials at an Auschwitz event in Israel showed him walk along a row of seats, shaking hands with guests, but did not shake hands with Mike Pence.

_at an Auschwitz event _... was it a comedy?

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Color of Change study takes a hard look at how the crime genre portrays racial injustice

All week long, the TV shows us images of brave, intelligent, morally superior black cops, black doctors, black judges and black neighbors. This well cultivated image rapidly falls apart once The First 48 or Live PD starts.

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He wasn’t giving up his dough without a fight. A pizza delivery worker in North Carolina shot three goons who he says tried to rob him while he was on the job, according to a report. The chao…

How sad... the robbers survived their wounds.

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Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg elicited a moment of awkward silence during a campaign event in Iowa that’s sparking...

The crowd isn't here for a political rally. It's a small town in Iowa; the crowd showed up because they've never seen a self-avowed homosexual. They came to see a queer.


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The crowd isn't here for a political rally. It's a small town in Iowa; the crowd showed up because they've never seen a self-avowed homosexual. They came to see a faggot.

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“Breaking News: The first U.S. case of the Wuhan coronavirus has been confirmed in Washington State, federal officials said. The virus has spread from China to at least 4 other countries. https://t.co/ahjgXTS9sM”

Reading the Twitter responses are hilarious. It's the fault of Trump, Republicans, building walls, xenophobia and of course, climate change.

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A 69-year-old man facing eviction is accused of fatally shooting two Honolulu police officers who were responding to the scene of a stabbing. The suspect then apparently set a raging fire that destroyed at least seven homes and damaged others in an affluent community on the slopes of Diamond Head. ⁣ ⁣ In a news conference Sunday afternoon, a visibly shaken Police Chief Ballard identified those killed as: Officers Tiffany Enriquez, a seven-year veteran of the force; and Kaulike Kalama, a nine-year veteran of the force. As Ballard spoke to reporters, her voice shook with emotion as she fought back tears. “On behalf of the men and women of the Honolulu Police Department, we extend our deepest condolences,” she said. “I knew each one of them very personally.”⁣ ⁣⁣ The rampage rocked a state unaccustomed to violence and left many in disbelief. “This is a family and people are grieving,” Mayor Kirk Caldwell told reporters. ⁣ Ballard identified the suspect as Jerry Hanel, and authorities believe he died when the home he was in went up in flames. His remains have not yet been located, but Ballard said processing the scene could take days. ⁣⁣ Court documents show Hanel has a history of erratic behavior and making false 911 reports. His attorney said he had delusions that he was being tracked by the FBI. Ballard said he had no permits to own firearms. Meanwhile, two people ― both women ― remain unaccounted for in the wake of the day’s events. Their identities have not been released.⁣ ⁣ The video above shows the suspect, Jerry Hanel from a police body cam in May of 2019 and the second part of the video shows the fire Hanel set yesterday.

The lesbian Chief of Police, Susan Ballard, is anti 2A. She has red flagged gun owners.

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A 69-year-old man facing eviction is accused of fatally shooting two Honolulu police officers who were responding to the scene of a stabbing. The suspect then apparently set a raging fire that destroyed at least seven homes and damaged others in an affluent community on the slopes of Diamond Head. ⁣ ⁣ In a news conference Sunday afternoon, a visibly shaken Police Chief Ballard identified those killed as: Officers Tiffany Enriquez, a seven-year veteran of the force; and Kaulike Kalama, a nine-year veteran of the force. As Ballard spoke to reporters, her voice shook with emotion as she fought back tears. “On behalf of the men and women of the Honolulu Police Department, we extend our deepest condolences,” she said. “I knew each one of them very personally.”⁣ ⁣⁣ The rampage rocked a state unaccustomed to violence and left many in disbelief. “This is a family and people are grieving,” Mayor Kirk Caldwell told reporters. ⁣ Ballard identified the suspect as Jerry Hanel, and authorities believe he died when the home he was in went up in flames. His remains have not yet been located, but Ballard said processing the scene could take days. ⁣⁣ Court documents show Hanel has a history of erratic behavior and making false 911 reports. His attorney said he had delusions that he was being tracked by the FBI. Ballard said he had no permits to own firearms. Meanwhile, two people ― both women ― remain unaccounted for in the wake of the day’s events. Their identities have not been released.⁣ ⁣ The video above shows the suspect, Jerry Hanel from a police body cam in May of 2019 and the second part of the video shows the fire Hanel set yesterday.

I found images of the Chief Susan Ballard. She looks like a square jawed, short haired lesbian. Until the shooting, her biggest issues were probably harassing people that displayed Trump stickers on their cars.

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A 69-year-old man facing eviction is accused of fatally shooting two Honolulu police officers who were responding to the scene of a stabbing. The suspect then apparently set a raging fire that destroyed at least seven homes and damaged others in an affluent community on the slopes of Diamond Head. ⁣ ⁣ In a news conference Sunday afternoon, a visibly shaken Police Chief Ballard identified those killed as: Officers Tiffany Enriquez, a seven-year veteran of the force; and Kaulike Kalama, a nine-year veteran of the force. As Ballard spoke to reporters, her voice shook with emotion as she fought back tears. “On behalf of the men and women of the Honolulu Police Department, we extend our deepest condolences,” she said. “I knew each one of them very personally.”⁣ ⁣⁣ The rampage rocked a state unaccustomed to violence and left many in disbelief. “This is a family and people are grieving,” Mayor Kirk Caldwell told reporters. ⁣ Ballard identified the suspect as Jerry Hanel, and authorities believe he died when the home he was in went up in flames. His remains have not yet been located, but Ballard said processing the scene could take days. ⁣⁣ Court documents show Hanel has a history of erratic behavior and making false 911 reports. His attorney said he had delusions that he was being tracked by the FBI. Ballard said he had no permits to own firearms. Meanwhile, two people ― both women ― remain unaccounted for in the wake of the day’s events. Their identities have not been released.⁣ ⁣ The video above shows the suspect, Jerry Hanel from a police body cam in May of 2019 and the second part of the video shows the fire Hanel set yesterday.

At least they have a women chief of police. It would be a real tragedy if the police force wasn't "woke."

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Opioid overdoses may have leveled off last year after soaring over the last ten, but Americans are still dying in droves from another, far more popular substance: alcohol.

Here's another quiet crisis: black on white murders and assaults.

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