Via LawNewz.com: The Los Angeles Police Commission, the civilian bosses of the LAPD, are expected to approve a new policy on Tuesday that will implement major changes to the department’s use of force policy, in an effort to curb officer shootings. The commissioners will be allowed to look back and determine whether less than lethal […]
Via the Chicago Tribune: On his first full day as president of Chicago’s largest police union, Officer Kevin Graham appeared at a news conference to address reporters seeking details of his plan for leading the embattled rank-and-file of the police force. With cameras and reporters ready at the Fraternal Order of Police lodge in the […]
No matter how you feel about Donald Trump, this bit from “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will leave you laughing.
Deputy Martha Lohnes of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Department in South Carolina has responded to some weird 911 calls, but this one takes the cake. Aaliyah Ryan is just two years old. But she knew enough to call 911 when she was having a problem. The dispatcher told Deputy Lohnes that it sounded like a […]
If only these crooks could have stolen somebody else’s brain. Enjoy!
1. You were about to call in shots fired from home, but it turns out it was just the sound of your knees and back cracking as you got out of bed. 2. The kid you’ve been assigned to train wants to know if the chicken from the sandwich you bought him is organic and […]
It’s hard to imagine the work slowdown, grievance filings, and other forms of protest that would erupt in the U.S. or Canada if your members were forced to wear diapers working a dignitary detail. But that’s exactly what’s happened in Manila, the capital of the Phillipines, over the weekend. More than 2,000 traffic cops working security […]
We love receiving emails from our readers, especially when they’re as awesome as the one we got this morning from Dade County PBA President John Rivera. “This is the McDonald’s located on 117 Avenue SW 122 Street (south side of the sign)…photo taken 15 minutes ago by a friend,” he wrote. “Think I might go have lunch […]
There’s something about a law enforcement officer that some people—and animals, as this video clearly demonstrates—just find irresistible. Usually, cops only have to deal with groupies at the local cop bar. But every once in a while, they have a run-in with a badge-bunny/kitty while they’re in uniform, on duty, and conducting official business. At any […]
Dr. Steve Brule is not a licensed medical doctor or therapist. In addition, he has no special training in or knowledge of anything in particular. And that’s exactly why Dr. Steve is the go-to source for new information on the latest trends such as email, skateboards, and two-sided adhesive tape. Dr. Brule’s videos are perfect […]
Make no mistake- a lot of what we know about the world, each other and ourselves we learned from the movies. So PubSec Alliance is proud to present (with a little help from our friends at the Freelancers Union) seven of the greatest labor flicks of all time. If anyone’s still confused about why we […]
1. Your chauffeur (that’s the guy that drives you to your plane) doesn’t have his own chauffeur. 2. You vote in elections instead of just buying the candidates you need to vote one way or another in committee. 3. You’ve used cash at some point in the last decade. 4. When people criticize you do […]
The idea that pro-business policies help people get jobs is about as realistic as “The Princess and the pea.”
Leading newsreel producer makes 85,000 historical clips available on YouTube. According to Larry Ferlazzo, writing in The New York Times, British Pathé, one of the leading producers of newsreels and documentaries during the 20th century, is turning over its entire collection — over 85,000 historical films – to YouTube. The archive — which spans from […]
Now this is something you don’t see very much. A priest singing a rousing rendition of Hallelujah at a couple’s wedding. He gets a standing ovation.
Check out these video reviews of 3 new movie releases – “Transcendence,” “Fading Gigolo” and “Manakamana.”
Check out this video with reviews of 3 new movies out this week: “The Unknown Known” (documentary on Donald Rumsfeld), “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Under the Skin.”
The guy is pretty lazy or pretty stupid or maybe a combination of both. At least that must have been what the cops thought when they pulled over a man driving in the carpool lane who had his passenger seat adorned with nothing but a baseball hat and a jacket. Unluckily for the driver, he […]
Created by New York Post Reporter Tim Donnelly “Strange Brew” (1983) Trailer The movie responsible for more Canadian stereotypes than Dudley Do-Right gave us. The boozy adventures of Bob and Doug McKenzie (Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas). Really makes you hosers crave a cold one, eh? “Sideways” (2004) Trailer Paul Giamatti’s disdain […]
You’ll be surprised where it came from. by JR Sanders “He is like a sheep dog, feared by the flock and hated by the wolves.” In an August, 1896 interview with the San Francisco Examiner newspaper Wyatt Earp made this observation while discussing the perils of riding a treasure-laden stagecoach across outlaw country. Although he […]