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Re: “DPS Board of Education Condemns ICE Raids; Teen's Sister Makes Tearful Plea at Meeting

Illegal immigrants should be sent back. .. get in line the right way, there is no right way to steal, rob or invade! If we went to Mexico or Honduras And over stayed our visas. .. not only would we be put out of the country, but we'd probably be put in jail and face heavy fines!

Posted by Tony P on 07/12/2016 at 11:51 AM
Posted by Starzz on 07/12/2016 at 3:07 AM

Re: “The Morning Roundup: The Criminal Justice Edition

You can bet the NC Sheriffs' Association will endorse Newton. There are few to the right of them and the groups leader, Sam Page, is a textbook example of a brown shirt.

Posted by ScottB on 07/11/2016 at 10:11 AM

Re: “The Morning Roundup: Don’t Worry, Guys, Donald Trump Has a Big Ol’ Penis

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Posted by Dereck Naveed on 07/09/2016 at 12:40 PM

Re: “Mipso covers Drake, refuses to admit doing so was fun

Drake most underrated rapper ever. Hold On We're Going Home one of the best songs i ever heard in my life...

Posted by EliotG on 07/09/2016 at 12:24 PM

Re: “William Barber: "This Is Violence and Death Gone Wild"

Thanks to Rev Barber,
Well said!

Non -Violent protest is the appropriate answer, the only answer to discrimination.

Dude; In Ferguson the Police department targeted minorities for traffic fines, often contrived, to fund the department and the city. Years of such blatant racist harassment and racial profiling led to a pent up anger now released. The same equation holds true throughout the country.
Ironically Dallas had been addressing the issue, with training and community- sensitivity in mind, and complaints in Dallas of police misconduct had dropped, from 147 complaints in 2009, to only 13 so far this year. The Dallas program needs to be adopted throughout the country.

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Posted by Zion999 on 07/09/2016 at 10:35 AM

Re: “Vigil to Be Held in Raleigh Tonight for Victims of Police Violence; UPDATE: Durham Holding One, Too

Let's hope the Black Lives Matter crowd doesn't show up and start shooting up the place. #PrayforPeace #LoveWins #NoH8

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Posted by Dude on 07/08/2016 at 3:40 PM

Re: “William Barber: "This Is Violence and Death Gone Wild"

It's time the government designate the Black Lives Matter movement a terrorist organization. They've rioted and destroyed Ferguson, and now they've shot dead five cops. Barber is complicit with his rhetoric.

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Posted by Dude on 07/08/2016 at 3:39 PM

Re: “The Morning Roundup: Things Are Bad


They won't update because the people who write for The Indy are glad there are four dead cops now in Dallas.

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Posted by Dude on 07/08/2016 at 3:38 PM

Re: “Wake County Judge Michael Denning: 'China Wouldn't Be So Bad If It Weren't for All the Chinese'

Judge Michael Denning stayed on a case where he personally knew the Plaintiff and the Plaintiff's family and friends!!

He based his decisions on what his friends wanted! Judge Denning does not follow the Judicial Code of Conduct, he feels that the rules don't apply to him. As Americans, we have throughout our history we stood up against corruption, we have made positive changes to our country because we have not remained silent in the face of corruption. As a proud American, I stand up against the comment made by Judge Michael Denning during a court hearing, which he stated "China wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for all the Chinese." To the cowardly response posted by panthriot above which tries to defend Judge Michael Denning's discrimination, my response is you're just as ignorant as him. There is no excuse for discrimination.

Judge Robert Rader, Chief District Court Judge has done nothing to address Judge Michael Denning making this comment in the court. He has ignored the issue and even tried to pretend he didn't know he made the comment. What kind of a Chief District Court Judge tolerates behavior like this??? The discriminatory comment was presented to Judge Rader and he removed Judge Michael Denning off of the case but never addressed his discriminatory comment. No wonder Judge Michael Denning feels he can do whatever he wants.

The Superior Court election is in November. Judge Denning should have already been removed by the appropriate officials as a District Court Judge, yet he has the arrogance to run for Superior Court Judge. Could you imagine how terrible it would be if he becomes a Superior Court Judge? If you're not his personal friend, then the case will be lost. Judge Denning should learn that all discrimination is wrong!! There is no excuse for his discriminatory remark and no excuse for him intentionally staying on a case where there was a clear conflict of interest. Judge Robert Rader should also stop letting his personal friendships with the Judges affect his decisions. He is there to serve the public and not cover up completely inappropriate behavior of the Judges. Judge Robert Rader gets a huge salary and instead of acting in the best interest of the litigants in the court, he instead lets his personal friendships with the Judges affect his decisions. Judge Robert Rader, try standing up for what is Right for once. Judge Robert Rader, think about stepping down as the District Court Judge because you have a Judge, Judge Michael Denning whom made a discriminatory comment during a court hearing. You are completely aware of the comment yet do nothing about it. Shame on you Judge Michael Denning and Judge Robert Rader. The court system focuses on serving the public and not both of you making huge salaries and abusing the litigants of the court.

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Posted by No Discrimination in the Courts on 07/08/2016 at 2:45 PM

Re: “The Morning Roundup: Things Are Bad

Ya' pushed the PUBLISH button on this one just a few hours too early, it needs an update after Dallas.

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Posted by Norf Cackalackie on 07/08/2016 at 9:43 AM

Re: “The Morning Roundup: Things Are Bad

Would you have been happy if the officer killed the white guy? Maybe, just maybe, not all cops are bad. I'm just as pissed about what has happened to innocent blacks s well, but your snark does nothing for me.

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Posted by Joseph C. Luthman II on 07/08/2016 at 6:56 AM

Re: “We Went to the Trump Rally and Boy, Was It Terrible

Saddam Hussein was a human rights violator, anti-democratic dictator, and ruled with a strong fist. But the argument that he kept terrorists out is factually sound and one many on the left (including myself) have used for years in explaining why George W Bush was such an idiot. He would stomp out anything that was a threat to his power and that included radical groups. It also included a lot of innocent people. We didn't go in to free them though. We went in because of a huge intelligence failure regarding WMDs. But there would be no Al Qaeda in Iraq, ISIS, or other such groups if it hadn't been for the invasion opening the door for them to rise from the ranks of Saddam's former army that wanted to still resist, the local oppressed Sunni minority that the US backed Shia government (which is now Iranian allied) stomped on which turned increasingly radical/skeptical of any peace, and the Sunnis from other parts of the world coming in to help.

Even a broken clock is right twice a day. It's impossible to say how much longer Saddam could've held power without the American invasion (he wasn't good to his people and we saw elsewhere that the discontent festered during Arab Spring) but the fact is we removed him and a large mess took his place.

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Posted by Roy B. on 07/06/2016 at 4:33 PM

Re: “Trump Bringing Corker to Raleigh; FBI Recommends No Charges Against Clinton

"We know, Donald. It's terrible. Just terrible."

Mr. Hooley, your sarcasm exposes you, yet the shame of your hypocrisy is non-existent. Rather than be embarrassed, you wear your double-standard as a badge of honor. An easy test for the legitimacy of your stance is a simple exercise: simply reverse the roles of the players and see whether your outrage at their behavior reaches the same level. If it doesn't, you're exhibiting partisan favoritism and will excuse the most blatant abuses of power and the most outrageous attacks on decency. Aware of my own flaws, I am much more comfortable being loyal to Ideals rather than to commonly accepted human standards.

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Posted by Yamaha Grampa on 07/06/2016 at 11:38 AM

Re: “We Went to the Trump Rally and Boy, Was It Terrible

I do believe that Trump Looooooves dictators. Then shouldn't he love Obama? I thought Obama was a dictator? Isn't that what the radical right wing has been saying for the last 7 years?

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Posted by John Cross on 07/06/2016 at 11:10 AM

Re: “Trump Bringing Corker to Raleigh; FBI Recommends No Charges Against Clinton

What we have seen is Politics at it's worst. The FBI Director was trying to secure another 4 years of job security should Hillery be elected. T DoJ is fixed by the President and Bill to insure that Hillery was not prosucted for actually breaking the Law. Further, it is not coincidence that the FBI announcement came befor POTUS traveled with Hillery. Could not be precived he approved of a potential fellon. But Hillery knew befor any investigation that POTUS would cover for her and direct his agencies in DOJ and FBI to not recommend punishment. Hillery and Bill have been above the law all their careers and have amassed millions of dollars at the expense of the tax payers. It is a shame all Dems can not see the deciet and lying that has occured all these years.

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Lacy English on 07/06/2016 at 10:21 AM

Re: “Trump Bringing Corker to Raleigh; FBI Recommends No Charges Against Clinton

Did Corker give Trump the brilliant idea to praise Saddam Hussein for his ruthlessness when dealing with terrorists (and Iraqi people in general)? Tremendous move, tremendous...

1 like, 2 dislikes
Posted by saturn8 on 07/06/2016 at 9:37 AM

Re: “Welcome to the INDY's Raleigh City Council Live Blog

How many millions of dollars has Steve Schuster's firm made from the City of Raleigh? I.e., taxpayers have enriched him immensely. His strong business ties with the city make his role on the planning commission an obvious conflict of interest. And, of course, the whole being a rubber stamp for developers over citizens as well.

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Posted by Protect Falls on 07/05/2016 at 9:17 PM

Re: “The Morning Roundup: Dear North Carolina, You Are So Precious to These Two Candidates

The News & Observer had an article on the KKK a few days ago --… -- and thankfully it seems Barker’s claim of having 3,800 Klansmen in NC alone is a gross exaggeration; the Anti-Defamation League puts total KKK membership nationwide at around 3,000.

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Posted by Jon Howell on 07/05/2016 at 10:13 AM

Re: “Budget "Correction" Set To Take $500,000 From Emergency Relief Fund To Pay For HB 2 Litigation

That's real smart, with hurricane season coming up and the possible threat of zika looming. I'm sure we'll have no need for those funds.

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Posted by Laurie B. on 07/04/2016 at 11:12 PM

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