Fallen Deputy Adam Gibson Remembered By Fellow Marine: ‘He Was Willing To Lay Down His Life For Me’ FBI Arrests 2 Sacramento-Area Suspects Who Posted Videos From US Capitol Riot Sacramento City Council Approves ‘Safe Ground’ Ordinance For Homeless As the energy surrounding the Inauguration dies down, Mayor Steinberg is hoping downtown will get back to normal. … [Read more...] about ‘That’s Not An Instant Snap Of The Fingers’: How Long Could Massive Law Enforcement Effort Remain Downtown?
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Matthew Davis, a friend from law school, recalled the time he called Harris, then San Francisco district attorney, to encourage her to write a note to an old woman, Naomi Gray, who was nearing the end of her life at a nursing home. Gray had supported Harris and was overjoyed that she had won the seat. Harris had a better idea. She dropped what she was doing, went to the nursing home, and spent 20 minutes holding the woman's hand and comforting her. The woman died a few days later. … [Read more...] about The Kamala Harris you don’t know
“But they can’t keep me from protesting,” Deel said. Then he pointed to the police cars in the distance. “‘We the People’ pay for them to be out here and I’m not afraid of them. I guess that makes me a proud insurrectionist now.” … [Read more...] about Trump Voters Weigh in as Biden Begins Presidency
Klippenstein specifically faulted the Trump administration’s reduced emphasis on domestic extremism, saying he had spoken to an expert on such threats who had been told to focus instead on “students from overseas who had overstayed their visas, and he thought it was ludicrous that he’d undergone all this training and had all these clearances and accesses to just be doing stuff that any sort of local law enforcement could be handling.” … [Read more...] about Intercept reporter says military buildup around inauguration was ‘security theater’
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