Had to be in Brazil!!!
Wednesday, May 25, 2016: A Trump campaign rally in Anaheim, CA was about to get underway without the National Anthem having being sung. Mr. Trump called the lady who was supposed to sing up to the stage.
PEOPLE have slammed a new development in Melbourne, calling it “a ghetto of Islam”.
A block in Melton South will be transformed into housing targeted at the Islamic community, with 75 separate lots and a mosque built in the middle of the neighbourhood.
It’s called Iqra Village and is said to become Victoria’s largest faith-based housing.
The development, which featured on A Current Affair on Monday night, sparked a lot of outrage on social media and there were myriad racist comments, with some even saying it shouldn’t be allowed.
“What a joke. If Australians build an Australian only suburb, we would all be racists,” a comment on Twitter said.
Police in Albuquerque donned riot gear and fired smoke grenades Tuesday night after hundreds of protesters threw rocks, bottles and burning Trump T-shirts outside the New Mexico convention center where the presumptive Republican presidential candidate was speaking.
Several police officers were treated for injuries after being hit by rocks and at least one person was arrested as protesters crashed through barriers around the Albuquerque Convention Center, the police department said on Twitter.
The developments were part of a night of clashes between anti-Trump demonstrators and authorities as Trump addressed a crowd estimated at up to 8,000. Trump dismissed the chaos, tweeting: "Great rally in New Mexico, amazing crowd!"
Later he tweeted a more stern review of the crowd outside the rally.
"The protesters in New Mexico were thugs who were flying the Mexican flag," Trump said. "The rally inside was big and beautiful, but outside, criminals!"
Protesters lit fires, smashed a door and threw rocks outside a Donald Trump rally Tuesday night in New Mexico -- the latest scuffle to follow the presumptive Republican nominee's campaign.
The scene outside Albuquerque's convention center was chaotic as police ushered protesters away from Trump's event and into the nearby streets.
There, anti-Trump protesters -- many critical of his positions on immigration -- loudly chanted, "F--- Donald Trump."
The protesters had broken a glass door to the convention center. Some taunted police and jumped on police vehicles as officers in riot gear and on police horses moved them away from the convention center's exits.
Trump had already left the event, by that point, but responded on Twitter Wednesday morning.
"The protesters in New Mexico were thugs who were flying the Mexican flag. The rally inside was big and beautiful, but outside, criminals!" he tweeted.
The International Socialist Organization holds a conference at Portland State University, entitled "Socialism In The Air", featuring marixst author Paul D'Amato, where they discuss methods to "overthrow the system".
SUNRISE, FLA. (WSVN) - Police arrested seven students after responding to reports of unruly students at a high school in Sunrise, Tuesday.
Hundreds of Piper High School students were reported as being unruly, causing the school to go under a code yellow.
According to students, at around 1 p.m., many of their classmates spontaneously left their classrooms as an end-of-the-year prank. “We had this thing going on Instagram for everybody to go crazy,” said student Sandina Frais. “It’s the end of the school year, so everybody has to go crazy.”
Another student was outraged by how some of her classmates acted. “Throwing water, throwing food, throwing all the trash on the floor,” exclaimed Sandy Samson. “That’s very rude and disgusting! We know better than that … Everybody was recording and posting on social media. How do you think this school is going to be looking when you do all this stuff?”
Police were seen corralling students and instructing them to go back into their classrooms.
Pope Francis has met the grand imam of Cairo's Al-Azhar Mosque at the Vatican in a historic encounter that was sealed with a hugely symbolic hug and exchange of kisses.
extreme up-close 4k footage of very strong tornado south of Dodge City, KS yesterday as the second occlusion of this prolific tornado producing supercell!
Driver lost control, crosses 4 lanes of traffic and median and is not ran over. He tries to merge onto I-20 at a high rate of speed on wet roads and loses control by hitting the shoulder on ramp and over correcting. I missed him by about 10-15 yards. My truck was weighing just under 80k pounds. MOSTRAR MAIS
Pedestrians in Gujarat's Valsad had a nasty surprise waiting for them on Saturday. As they got onto this road, shoes and slippers stuck to the melting tar. Dismay written large on their faces, they struggled to free their shoes. Some retreated altogether, others gingerly braved the crossing.
4 shot at venue where T.I. was scheduled to perform at Manhattan venue. Three people were shot at Irving Plaza, a concert hall in New York, according to NYPD Detective Hubert Reyes. One of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries, Det. Reyes confirmed to CNN
When Clinton ran for president during her second term as New York’s U.S. Senator, she gave a tepid speech at the NASDAQ headquarters on December 5, 2007 — before the financial crisis reached a boiling point — about reforming Wall Street’s housing loan practices, largely excusing financial criminals for their behavior.
“Now these economic problems are certainly not all Wall Street’s fault – not by a long shot,” Clinton said early in the speech.
Clinton’s NASDAQ address amounted to essentially asking the financiers assembled to take voluntary action or else she would “consider legislation” to stop banks from kicking families out of their homes. But early on in the speech, Clinton placed equal blame for the subprime mortgage crisis on low-income homeowners alongside Wall Street.
“Homebuyers who paid extra fees to avoid documenting their income should have known they were getting in over their heads,” Clinton said.
Scotia New York High School...Angry Vice Principle...Loving Street Preacher
A State Department watchdog concluded that Hillary Clinton failed to comply with the agency’s policies on records while using a personal email server that was not — and, officials say, would never have been — approved by agency officials, according to a report released to lawmakers on Wednesday.
The long-awaited findings from the State Department inspector general, which also revealed Clinton expressing reluctance about using an official email account, were shared with Capitol Hill Wednesday, a copy of which was obtained by POLITICO. The report detailed how some employees who questioned the wisdom of the homegrown setup were told to stop asking questions, and the audit confirmed apparent hacking attempts on the private server.
It's the latest turn in the headache-inducing saga that has dogged Clinton's campaign. While the report concludes that the agency suffers from "longstanding, systemic weaknesses" with records that "go well beyond the tenure of any one Secretary of State,” it specifically dings Clinton for her exclusive use of private email during her four years at the agency.
“Secretary Clinton should have preserved any Federal records she created and received on her personal account by printing and filing those records with the related files in the Office of the Secretary,” the report states. “At a minimum, Secretary Clinton should have surrendered all emails dealing with Department business before leaving government service and, because she did not do so, she did not comply with the Department’s policies that were implemented in accordance with the Federal Records Act."
The report also notes that she had an "obligation to discuss using her personal email account" but did not get permission from the people who would have needed to approve the technology, who said they would not have done so, if they had been asked.
Five days ago, on a sunny, Sunday morning, two Milwaukee County sheriff's deputies stopped a car for speeding on I-43 near Loomis Road.
The driver's license was suspended so deputies called a tow truck.
Dash cam video obtained only by CBS 58, showed the passenger out of the car with deputies nearby. All of a sudden, the driver puts the car in reverse, slams into the squad car and speeds off.
The jolt caused one of the deputies to fall and roll into oncoming traffic, while another grabbed and held on to the driver's side door. Meanwhile, the passenger is knocked into the concrete wall, unable to get up from the force.
The horrifying situation is immediately radioed in to dispatch.
Deputy: "I'm not injured. A passenger got injured."
Dispatch: "What injuries to the passenger?"
Deputy: "Leg injury. She got smashed into a wall."
Dispatch: "Copy. Conscious and breathing?
Deputy: "Conscious and breathing."
A backup squad car also caught the crash on camera.
Drivers slow down, but some don't even move over, putting a defenseless law enforcement officer in more danger. It's the reason why authorities strongly enforce the move over law.
One of the deputies runs to his car, checking his own injures, before speeding off to catch the driver Kelvina Freeman, 23, from Milwaukee.
Freeman was caught just days later and would have gotten a ticket and a fine for her initial violation. Instead, she could spend up to 45 years in prison.
Charges for multiple felonies and misdemeanors are pending.
Hillary Clinton : “So I’m going to speak out. I’m going to do everything I can to rally people against this pernicious, corrupting influence of the NRA, and we’re going to do whatever we can. I’m proud when my husband took them on and we were able to ban assault weapons but he had to put a sunset on it so, 10 years later, of course, Bush wouldn’t agree to reinstate them. We’ve got to go after this. Here again, the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment and I am going to make that case every chance I get.”
NEW YORK — Blood was spilled this weekend during the postgame handshake at a football charity game between the NYPD and FDNY. Proceeds from the game went to charities both services support, but as viral video posted to the web shows, they weren’t exactly charitable with each other. The New York Daily News reports the fracas began when players confronted each other during the postgame handshake. One firefighter was seen bleeding after the fight broke out, while another was reportedly decked as well. Both sides later made up and shook hands during a second postgame handshake.
So I just saw the Angry Birds movie and holy shit it was nothing like I thought it would be. When I first saw the trailer during Zootopia's previews, I thought I could predict the entire movie before seeing it. You know, take a guess: this green pig is the bad guy and throughout the movie the main character learns that not all pigs are bad, and after defeating the villian, in the end they all learn to live together. Right? Nope. While Zootopia's message was basically, racism is bad & you should love everyone and *ahem* try everything, Angry Bird's message is the exact opposite, and I found that fucking hilarious.
Wilfredo Moncada 56, better known as "El Abuelo" was hit multiple times by motocross competitors as he attempted to cross the track at the Dunlop Cup National Motocross Championship in Honduras resulting in his death.