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Intolerance I: Who are America’s worst terrorists?

This is the first of two offerings on intolerance.

President Pussygrabbers seized the White House at the end of a campaign designed to rouse racist fears in a masterful act of misdirection, shifting blame for the very real pains of his grass roots base away from the real culprits — people like Trump himself — onto alien Others. 1,323 more words

Politics

Police conduct Montreal-area drugs raids Friday

Police are in the process of dismantling several drug laboratories that may have been producing the deadly opioid fentanyl in Montreal, L’Assomption, Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu and Brossard. 151 more words

Local News

Natural causes succeed where mob hit men and gangsters failed — Johnny K-9 is dead

As hugely colourful as he was just huge, Ion Kroitoru — better known by his nickname Johnny K-9 — was a biker, gangster, former professional… 1,166 more words

News

River Linklater charged with murder in Pelican Narrows, Sask. death

Mounties have laid a murder charge against River Blade Storm Linklater after a teenager died in the northern Saskatchewan community of Pelican Narrows.

At around 1:20 a.m. 170 more words

Crime

"The Way" of Technology

Well, my bold Westworld binge-watching bonanza proclamation turned out to be nothing more than a bunch of ballyhooed BS…

I only got through the fourth episode before running out of time. 591 more words

Spirituality

Meet Burl Barer and Ken Eurell, co-authors of Betrayal In Blue.

Crime Wire on February 22.
BETRAYAL IN BLUE: The Shocking Memoir of the Scandal That Rocked The NYPD is the story of Mike Dowd and Ken Eurell, two cops who ran the most powerful gang in New York’s dangerous 75th Precinct, the crack cocaine capitol of 1980s America. 205 more words

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Guest Post: A Breakthrough in Guatemala's Fight Against Judicial Corruption

GAB is honored to welcome Judge Claudia Escobar, who contributes the following guest post:

Guatemala usually does not get a lot of attention from the international media, and when it does it is usually because of widespread violence or political instability. 1,444 more words

Guest Commentary