Author Archive | Ed Krayewski


File a FOIA, Get Sued

Government agencies forget they work for the public. Ed Krayewski|Sep. 19, 2017 4:37 pm Martin Bowling/flickrState and local agencies around the country have taken to suing people who file Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, the Associated Press reports. The agencies don’t sue the citizens for monetary damage, saying they simply want a judge to […]

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Off-Duty Cops Ought to Pay On-Duty Consequences

A New York police officer is expected to turn himself in today, to be arraigned on charges related to his alleged assault of a man whose friend might have spilled a part of his drink on the cop’s shoe. The cop, O’Keefe Thompson, was already on some kind of desk duty due to an unspecified […]

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Trump Headed to UN Summit, Hurricane Maria Headed Toward Caribbean, Alec Baldwin Wins Emmy For Trump Impersonation: A.M. Links

President Trump heads to his first United Nations summit in New York. Hurricane Maria is following the same path as Irma, headed toward the Caribbean and increasing in strength. Riot police broke up a protest in St. Louis over a cop acquitted of murder they said turned violent after dark. Human Rights Watch is calling […]

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Trump Still Sticking to Iran Deal

Donald Trump has taken another step to secure the future of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, reaffirming an exemption on sanctions authorized by Congress. Trump’s decision to maintain the nuclear deal is the right one. Remaining committed to the deal offers the U.S. the best opportunity to de-escalate tensions between the two countries. It also […]

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Philly D.A. Frontrunner Backs Safe Injection Sites for Drug Users

Larry Krasner, the Democratic nominee for Philadelphia district attorney, has announced he would support “properly run and appropriately supervised injection facilities” for drug users. His Republican opponent has also expressed support for the idea, saying in April that “at the very least” a pilot program ought to be opened. Krasner is the frontrunner in the […]

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Trump Admin Imposes New Visa Restrictions, Burma Refugees Face Land Mines, Cassini to Crash into Saturn: P.M. Links

Ed Krayewski|Sep. 13, 2017 4:30 pm NASAThe Trump administration announced visa restrictions on four countries, Cambodia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Eritrea, which have not been accepting deportees. President Trump’s choice for deputy administrator of FEMA, Daniel Craig, withdrew himself from consideration after reports he falsified records during the Bush administration. Rohingya Muslim refugees escaping ethnic […]

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Canadian Cops Claim They Won’t Be Ready for Marijuana Legalization by 2018

GoToVan/flickrThe Canadian government plans to legalize marijuana by July 2018, fulfilling a pledge made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau before he was elected prime minister. But police are urging Parliament to delay the legalization effort, insisting they need more time to learn how to enforce the new laws. “We are asking that the government consider […]

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Better Relations with Russia Should be Welcomed, Not Feared

Did you hear the one about Moscow hoping to normalize relations with the United States? BuzzFeed has obtained a Russian document, composed in March, that laid out a proposal for “the wholesale restoration of diplomatic, military, and intelligence channels severed between the two countries after Russia’s military interventions in Ukraine and Syria.” A spokesperson for […]

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China and Russia Warn U.S. About Regime Change in North Korea

As the United Nations passes new sanctions against North Korea, watered down at the behest of Russia and China, the two countries warned the United States against pursuing regime change in North Korea. The Russian representative at the U.N. expressed concern the U.S. wasn’t reaffirming “the four nos”—no regime change, no regime collapse, no accelerated […]

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