“An indictment was unsealed this week which charged 45-year-old Chinese national Cheng Bo (AKA Joe Cheng) with violating U.S. export laws to illegally ship controlled power amplifiers to China. The power amplifiers in question have potential military applications, according to Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers of the National Security Division.”Read more
“The world witnessed in the streets of Minneapolis this spring and summer the feature presentation after many increasingly violent coming attractions, created, produced, and distributed by a one-party, radical left government. If you want to know what the real-time self-destruction of a city looks like, Minneapolis offers the perfect model.”Read more
'It looks like a war zone:' Minneapolis developers shy away from city projects after unrest and calls to 'defund the police'
Downtown Minneapolis is a ghost town. “Developers have long had challenges navigating the aggressively liberal agenda of the Minneapolis City Council, but for some, the move to cut police funding was the last straw.”Read more
“Minneapolis City Council on Thursday approved a controversial budget which is set to move $8million of funding from the police - despite record crime rates since the May death of George Floyd.”Read more
“Carjackings in Minneapolis during November were up 537% from the same month last year amid an ongoing spike in violent crime in the city since George Floyd’s death in late May. “The numbers are staggering,” Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder told the Star Tribune. “It defies all civility and any shred of common human decency.” "Read more
"A district court judge rejected Minneapolis’ request to dismiss a lawsuit filed by eight residents who believe the city has failed to adequately staff its police department."
"In a Friday ruling, Hennepin County District Court Judge Jamie Anderson said the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor Jacob Frey “have no authority to divert funds from the Minneapolis Police Department if they have not met their public duty to fund a police force of at least 0.0017 employees per resident,” as mandated by the City Charter."
A thank you to Alpha News and The Upper Midwest Law Center.Read more
“The latest news from Minneapolis is... totally predictable, actually. Minneapolis officials are considering bringing in officers from other jurisdictions to help the city’s Police Department as they face a wave of violent crime and an officer shortage.”Read more
“Who would have guessed that residents of U.S. cities wouldn't want to see their streets and businesses burned to the ground, with civil unrest and riots persisting as a result of Democratic leadership and a media who continues to embolden the behavior?”
“That is why in Minneapolis, at least, it is being reported that the summer's chaos is leading to silent support for President Trump in the upcoming election. This comes as Trump trails Joe Biden in Minnesota, according to polls, and as Minneapolis has slashed its police budget by $14 million.”Read more
“Residents of the Jordan neighborhood in north Minneapolis are suing the city over a lack of law enforcement protection, according to CBS Minnesota.”Read more