This. Police aren’t there to solve your political problems. They’re there to protect life and property and that is exactly what they were doing in this video by stopping an obvious ambush.
Egregious oversight, or intentional bias. I think most media outlets would prefer not to have to admit to either one.
I’m pretty sure the paint booth would prefer spraying as many cars in the same colour as they can, for maximum efficiency. The small but nonzero interruptions for special colours get a “cost” assigned to them; how real that cost is will likely vary depending on the manufacturer. Read more
San Francisco has a huge problem with needles on the streets.
This is like dying in a car accident and blaming the death on “acute blood loss.”
As the American heartland has been missing out on the coastal economic growth of the past decades, people are becoming more insecure. That has to have played a part in the current fad of “weaponised” car design, especially in the US market. And the loosened lending regulations ensure that every poor financial… Read more
I think Alfa Romeo is supposed to be more mainstream and lower price bracket. Both the Giulia and Stelvio [supposedly] start at under $40k in the US market.
Even if licensing is hard, that doesn’t prevent people from reverting to assholery after getting said license.
If you give people the right to expression without consequences, you can be damn sure that the assholes will use it to express assholey things, including willful misinformation disguised as legitimate journalism. That’s a very slippery slope of unfettered expression. Read more
Lots of people hate Trump and oppose his policies, but VERY FEW of us will actively ask for the violent death of a person who is not a legally convicted criminal.
Starred for the Registered Trademark. This part of American education really bothers me, as an American.