Jul 14, 2014

Crime and the Black Politician

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering and other corruption that spanned his two terms as mayor - including the chaotic years after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005.

Nagin was convicted on February 12, 2014 of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars from businessmen who wanted work from the city or Nagin's support for various . . . Read more

Police Search for Black Suspect in Shooting Death of White East Hartford Man

Police are searching for the man accused of fatally shooting a 44-year-old . . . the night of July 2 and have obtained an arrest warrant charging him with murder.

Lawrence Williams, 18 . . . will be charged with criminal attempt to commit first-degree assault, criminal use of a firearm, first-degree reckless endangerment and second-degree threatening in connection with the shooting death of Michael Mikulse.

Mikulske was shot three times . . . He died from his injuries. . . . Read more

Stop the Violence?

. . . Indianapolis is dedicating vast resources to fight the almost exclusively black-in-origin violence in the city. Remember? The city introduced a touted anti-violence plan in March... to stop black crime (if your city has training sessions to create new "violence interrupters" it's time move).

And this is only for a population that constitutes 28 percent of the city's population.

In case you [were] wondering, the . . . Read more

White Jewelry Store Owner Shoots One of a Pair of Blacks Attempting to Rob His Store

A jewelry store owner who defended his Santa Rosa business with a gun for the second time in less than a year said he was faced with a do-or-die decision when he returned fire at two suspected armed robbers Thursday afternoon.

“I was the shooter,” Ty Visscher said Friday evening, adding he did not want to share specific details while police continue to . . . Read more

Anthony Cumia and the Inverted Samurai of the American Ghetto

Anthony Cumia, known along with Gregg “Opie” Hughes and Jim Norton as part of The Opie & Anthony Show, was fired last week after having been apparently attacked by a Black woman on the street and posting about it on Twitter. Sirius XM, the satellite radio company who had been syndicating the show, called Cumia’s comments on Twitter “racially charged and hate-filled”, evidently making them . . . Read more