“Nothing can better represent the hysterical pearl-clutching of the ‘progressive’ elite.”
Police used it as a way to keep annoying shoppers from flooding the city in the ’60s. No, really.
Why is a long-standing ordinance forbidding vending after midnight suddenly being enforced? No one seems to know.
The city was prepared for between 35,000 and 50,000 protesters daily. Did we even come close?
27 protests have been approved, including one from Donald Trump’s campaign and the Westboro Baptist Church.
As many as 500 high school kids have jammed near Dilworth Park after school the last few months, putting officers on high alert.
“The long story short around the country,” said a watchdog, “is police departments have generally procured surveillance technology absent any oversight.”
“We’ve got to bridge the gap,” says officer Chan Nheb. “If you don’t love the cop, fine, but you love the horse.”