- 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
- 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
- 8:20 AM – State Sen. Phil Williams
- 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
- 9:20 AM – AL.com’s Cameron Smith
- 10:00 AM – Top Ten Tweets at 10
Let’s be clear, both Trump and Clinton are unethical and terrible…
POLLING. BLOOD. BATH? (For Clinton)
How bad are things getting for Clinton?
Eric Parker is about to be back on the job…
Does this surprise you?
It shouldn’t, the guy executed poor judgement and probably should not be a cop BUT they tried to put him underneath the jail and his boss assisted them.
Madison Police Officer Eric Parker is back from leave and headed for active duty today after Madison’s acting police chief decided he did not violate policy in the sidewalk stop and takedown of an Indian pedestrian that led to federal civil rights charges and international publicity.
Major Jim Cooke, acting chief, said in a memo published today by AL.Com news partner WHNT News 19 that Parker is back from administrative leave until he completes re-certification requirements. “After his training is complete,” Cooke wrote, “he will receive his duty assignment.”
Parker and a trainee stopped Sureshbhai Patel on Feb. 6, 2015, walking near his son’s house days after Patel’s arrival from India. The stop ended with Patel on the ground needing spinal surgery, and Madison police moving to fire Parker and have him arrested for assault.
Parker was later charged by the U.S. Attorney’s Office with a more serious civil rights violation that carried up to 10 years in prison. Parker faced back-to-back trials last year, both of which ended in a hung jury. The judge acquitted Parker earlier this year, saying there was no reason to expect a third jury to find differently.
The state then dropped the assault charge and Parker appealed his dismissal from the Madison force.
Can’t fire him now.
Lawmakers returning to Washington after a seven-week break picked up right where they left off — feuding about legislation to battle the mosquito-borne Zika virus and deadlocked over the defense budget.
A tightening presidential race and pitched warfare for control of the Senate this November promise to overshadow whatever Congress accomplishes in an election-shortened September session — which, for now, looks like little more than a temporary government-wide spending bill to prevent a shutdown at month’s end, possibly linked to money to battle Zika.
In its first vote Tuesday, Senate Democrats for the third time blocked a $1.1 billion Zika funding package and an accompanying Veterans Administration spending bill over restrictions on Planned Parenthood. They then voted to prevent the Senate from turning to a $576 billion Pentagon spending measure.
How does Florida fall out of the Top 25..
The Hillary Clinton Press is super tough on her…
Trump’s Press isn’t much better…
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