Posts Tagged ‘nypd’

Given yesterday decision that found New York’s “stop & frisk” program to be unconstitutional, future crime-busting methods could look a lot more like the airport security measures employed by the TSA.

I was reading the horrible story about Michael Jones, the young soccer coach whose throat was slit on a NYC street over the weekend. It’s a very sad story and now, on top of everything, it’s possible the dead man, who grew up in Liverpool, England, may have been the victim of mistaken identity. And […]

My friend Allen has taken to calling me Lucky LaRosa and I’d be the first one to admit that, yes, I have been very lucky in life. I believe luck is a much undervalued element of life, probably because it cannot be controlled. You can’t study for it. You can’t inherit it. You can’t pay […]

There was a lot of back and forth between the NYPD and the OWS protestors yesterday but, in the end, what happened? That’s the question a lot of people are asking about this movement which celebrated its two-month existence with a lot of talk and civil disobedience. Don’t get me wrong. I think it is good […]