The Smiths could get a lawyer and ask the court to issue a judgment on the couple, which affects their credit and garnishes future wages until it’s paid back. So far, they’re reluctant to do so.
Commissioner John Wiley Price said the officers brought it on themselves.
The official social media account for the Women’s March is blasting an individual who held a hateful, racists sign amongst NRA counter-protesters this weekend. The Women’s March says the sign is held by a National Rifle Association (NRA) counter protester, but Red Alert Politics has identified the individual as a left-wing supporter of the Women’s March.
Hey, that's me, I am saying this is WRONG! Do u think I would possibly be serious wearing wild pants and a flower hat? Come on!
— goodlittletiger (@goodlittletiger) July 15, 2017
A new study that analyzed the use of Twitter in the 2016 presidential election discovered that President Donald Trump utilized social media much more effectively than opponent Hillary Clinton.
It appears that Kid Rock’s run for the Senate in 2018 is officially happening.
— Kid Rock (@KidRock) July 17, 2017
Trump has announced only 36 percent of the 188 leadership positions below the secretary level, according to the New York Times analysis. Obama had announced 78 percent by the same time.
Democrats are apparently spooked by a sudden drop in voter registrations in the key swing state of Colorado, with Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez arguing that it is connected to President Trump’s investigation into electoral fraud in the 2016 election — and promising to fight back against it.
A 70-year-old veteran working at a Home Depot store tried to stop shoplifters taking thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, but his attempted intervention cost him his job.
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One individual in a Spiderman mask crouching on the floor begins rambling semi-incoherantly, stating, “No Trump says no to racism.”
— Austen Fletcher (@fleccas) July 17, 2017
GORE: Every day it’s another set of tweets and another set of controversies, and they’re not getting anything done.
I then ran through a list of accomplishments that will be posted later.
“As far as the Trump administration’s efforts on immigration, this is something they campaigned heavily on,” he said. “At six months, where we are on meeting those promises, we are seeing nothing short of miraculous. If you look at the rhetoric that President Trump has given, it has caused a number of illegal border crossings to go down. We have never seen such a drop that we currently have.”
A new Bloomberg poll shows that Trump has a 47 percent approval rating on job creation versus 40 percent who disagree and 46 percent approval ratings on the economy versus only 44 percent who disagree.
Only 37 percent of respondents believed that the Democratic Party “stands for something,” while 52 percent of respondents said the party “just stands against Trump.”
On the other hand, Democrats do not appear to be benefiting from Trump’s unpopularity.
Line-of-duty police deaths for the first six months of 2017 were up 30 percent over police deaths for the same time period in 2016.