Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘NYC’

Back At Him

I am sometimes concerned about my basic feelings about unions. There are many ways in which union protection is good…maybe even great. Take in point the action by NYC police officers toward the leftist mayor, Bill de Blasio, when he walked through the hospital where the two executed police officers were taken. As the liberal mayor walked by the police all turned their backs on him in a show of disrespect as they fee that he does not have their backs.  Without union protection these officers would surely be hunted down and punished.  Hell hath no fury like a liberal scorned.

Naked Heat

imageThis is the sequel to the best selling murder mystery, Heat Wave, and based on the television series Castle.  In Naked Heat investigate the murder of a powerful newspaper gossip columnist. Needless to say this writer had more than a few enemies, but to have one hate her so much so bad to kill her?  You’ll have to read the story to enjoy all of the plot twists and turns involving some of New York City’s elite citizens.

Occupy Deepwater

Two comments; One - where is PETA as this cannot be good treatment for that poor dog; Two - How will the protester "pop" her microwave popcorn?

When is the “Occupy Wall Street” like the Deepwater Horizon oil spill?  I was thinking about the cost to the communities besieged by the Occupy folks and started to think about the similarities to the Gulf Oil spill two years ago.  There are many and there are some things that should be similar and I hope that they come to pass…