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  • Prosecutors On Dad's Rage Killing Rage

    05/11/2005 6:29:48 PM PDT · by kennedy · 25 replies · 1,027+ views ^ | May 11, 2005 | Staff
    The man accused of stabbing to death his 8-year-old daughter and her best friend hunted his child down in a park in a fit of rage because she was supposed to be confined to the house for stealing money, prosecutors said Wednesday. A judge denied bail for 34-year-old ex-convict Jerry Hobbs after prosecutors said he admitted in videotaped and written statements to beating and stabbing his daughter Laura Hobbs and 9-year-old Krystal Tobias on Mother's Day. He claimed the older girl pulled a knife on him, but prosecutors said they doubt that. The girls were found dead Monday in a...
  • "Bean Rage" Husband Fined

    04/18/2005 5:44:23 AM PDT · by NRA1995 · 7 replies · 285+ views
    A husband who assaulted his wife after she bought the wrong brand of baked beans was ordered to pay £500 compensation yesterday. David White, 42, flew into a rage after noticing that his wife, Sharon, had bought HP beans when he wanted Heinz. Mrs White had intended to buy Heinz beans but the shop only had HP, which she knew White would be annoyed about. White threw the beans at her at their home in Rhydyfelin, near Pontypridd, but they missed. He continued to shout abuse that evening and kicked Mrs White in the thigh, the court was told, telling...
  • Opponents say pass to proposed 'Road Rage Reduction Act' (GET OUT OF THE LEFT LANE!)

    04/08/2005 6:29:31 AM PDT · by RedBloodedAmerican · 197 replies · 2,303+ views ^ | Last update: April 08, 2005 | By JIM HAUG
    TALLAHASSEE -- Slowpokes could get a $60 fine for hogging the fast lane and ticking off motorists who want to pass. The "Road Rage Reduction Act" is speeding through the Legislature following a 27-10 vote in the Senate on Thursday, two days after the House passed a similar bill by an even wider margin, 109-4. A spokesman for Gov. Jeb Bush said the governor must still evaluate the issue. The bill requires drivers to stay in the right lane unless they're passing a vehicle or making a left turn. Supporters -- including the Florida Sheriffs Association and Florida Police Benevolent...
  • Rage over 'roids rage over Bonds(race card comes out in steriod controversy)

    03/30/2005 9:30:17 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 45 replies · 3,958+ views ^ | 3 28 05 | JASON WHITLOCK
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- So now we're supposed to believe that American sports -- and American society -- lost their innocence because baseball players used steroids to hit home runs. Repeat after me, please, and say it loud: American sports have never been innocent, and America's capitalist society has a built-in set of checks and balances because we know unfettered competition for money breeds corruption. So, Sports Illustrated, spare me the whining about the congressional hearings on steroids and baseball. Spare me the whining about the lost summer of '98 and what to do with your scrapbook. I was a...
  • Mother Hotheaded Over Snowballs --- Snowball Rage!

    03/23/2005 12:19:42 PM PST · by bedolido · 139 replies · 2,563+ views
    Fox News ^ | 03/22/2005 | Paul Wagenseil
    A Massachusetts woman may have succumbed to "snowball rage." Marie Needs, 48, was picking up her daughter at Andover High School (search) last Wednesday afternoon when a snowball struck her car. Then another. And another. Needs yelled at the kids throwing the snowballs, then got out and chased them — with a tire iron. More snowballs pelted her, and she went back into her car to get her pepper spray (search). While all this was going on, student Joey Cataldo, 16, came out to the parking lot to find Needs' Honda blocking his car. He asked her to move her...
  • A Blow To The Rule Of Law ( New York Times Two-fer Masthead Editorials: Part I)

    03/21/2005 9:57:54 PM PST · by goldstategop · 22 replies · 570+ views ^ | 03/22/05 | New York Times Masthead Editorial Part I
    f you are in a "persistent vegetative state" and there is a dispute about whether to keep you alive, your case will probably go no further than state court - unless you are Terri Schiavo. President Bush signed legislation yesterday giving Ms. Schiavo's parents a personal right to sue in federal court. The new law tramples on the principle that this is "a nation of laws, not of men," and it guts the power of the states. When the commotion over this one tragic woman is over, Congress and the president will have done real damage to the founders' careful...
  • Cost of roadblock rage? $15,328 (Good Security or Gov't Run Amok - You Decide)

    03/18/2005 5:58:06 AM PST · by drt1 · 37 replies · 1,092+ views
    Washington ^ | 03/18/2005 | Carol D. Leonnig
    Capitol Hill man pays the price for comments about bomb, train. Gerry Dunphy grew increasingly angry last summer about the new police checkpoints choking his Capitol Hill neighborhood. And one morning in August, as he was driving his son through one of three checkpoints to get to Union Station, his temper got the better of him. Dunphy, 70, recalls shouting at the officers that they should stop wasting their time on passing cars and worry instead about whether a bomb could be placed on a train passing through Washington. Law enforcement officials say that he went further than that, pointing...
  • Liberals and the Rage of Impotence - (powerful writing)

    02/27/2005 9:08:46 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 23 replies · 1,132+ views
    When Amasis went to bed with her he was unable to have intercourse with her, though he had shown no lack of virility with other women. Astonished the king thus addressed his bride, “Woman, you have certainly bewitched me—now therefore be sure you shall perish more miserably than ever woman perished yet.” Ladice protested her innocence, but in vain; Amasis was not softened. Herodotus, The Persian Wars, Book II, 181 The day had been hot and that heat lasted long into the night. The window was open to let in what cool air there was. An hour or so after...
  • Rage and humiliation at the Washington Post

    02/26/2005 6:54:04 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 2 replies · 251+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Feb. 26, 2005 | Ed Lasky
    Richard Cohen's column yesterday exemplifies the incoherent rage of the left which pervades our media. In this column "Rage in Riyadh," Cohen bemoans the "rage" which Saudis feel when they face such inconveniences as "humiliating" immigration delays or the anger when one would-be immigrant was denied a visa because he had ignored a traffic ticket. Yet, many law enforcement and terrorist experts have long-complained that the Visa Express program, which permitted Saudis extraordinarily easy access to America was one of the causes of 9/11, because it gave an upper hand to terrorists, as a column in Thursday's Washington Times stated....
  • My new disability claim

    02/17/2005 7:23:26 AM PST · by Millicent_Hornswaggle · 27 replies · 1,597+ views ^ | February 16, 2005 | Dr. Mike Adams
    Dear Human Resources Director: Recently, I gave serious consideration to filing a sexual harassment suit against a fellow employee who was talking about her husband’s erectile dysfunction in the workplace. All of her angry ranting about her husband’s lovemaking deficiencies infringes on my right to feel comfortable at all times in the workplace. I am aware that the right to feel comfortable is not found in the United States Constitution. Fortunately, it is found in the campus diversity handbook, which trumps state and federal statutes as well as the U.S. Constitution. I learned that during Black History Month, which was...
  • Left-lane drivers beware( Tampa, FL article about I-75 )

    01/27/2005 6:08:40 AM PST · by devane617 · 221 replies · 3,766+ views
    Bay News 9 - Tampa, FL ^ | 01/27/2005 | Bay News 9
    Aggressive driving along Interstate-75 appears to be more problematic than ever. "We're seeing the problem of road rage increasing," said Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Norman Parks, who has been patrolling the interstates for almost 15 years. "It's scary to drive down here," said one driver. "Weaving, tailgating, cutting people off," said another driver. "When you get all of that, it can pose real problems," said Parks. That's why Florida Senator Mike Bennett is pushing for the Road Rage Reduction Act to be made into law. It's designed to reduce the amount of people in the left lane. "We have a...
  • Man Charged With Sandwich Rage in Houston

    12/10/2004 2:19:03 PM PST · by rocksblues · 15 replies · 640+ views
    My Way ^ | 12/10/04
    HOUSTON (AP) - Road rage? Try restaurant rage. A 34-year-old man apparently angry that his $6 steak and cheese sandwich was too cold was arrested on a charge of threatening to kill the restaurant manager Wednesday. Police said the manager offered to reheat Devlin B. Nelson's sandwich or make him a new one when he complained. Authorities allege he instead demanded a refund, threw the sandwich at the manager, then threatened to kill her and blow up the restaurant. Nelson, a Houston public works employee, has been relieved of his duties pending the outcome of the investigation. He remained in...
  • Student disrupts protest

    10/27/2004 12:39:07 PM PDT · by real saxophonist · 65 replies · 2,966+ views
    Greeley Tribune ^ | October 26, 2004 | Julie Piotraschke
    Student disrupts protest Julie Piotraschke, October 26, 2004 The detaining of a college student shattered hours of passionate but peaceful protesting by hundreds who lined up Monday morning outside of Island Grove Regional Park. Michael McCarthy, a journalism student at the University of Northern Colorado, was wrestled to the ground by police after he continued to smack an officer on the top of his head with a red and blue "Veterans for Kerry" sign. According to witness Monica McRae, who had come up from Denver in support of the president, McCarthy had ignored the officer when he was asked...
  • Conservatives On Steroids

    09/17/2004 3:45:24 PM PDT · by Bonaparte · 21 replies · 732+ views
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  • Dead Snake Used as Assault Weapon

    08/25/2004 9:24:40 AM PDT · by NRA1995 · 47 replies · 2,276+ views
    WKMG TV News ^ | 8/24/04
    Snake owner uses his dead pet to whip the man who killed it
  • Fast-food rage spurs arrests of 3 teens

    08/19/2004 2:42:35 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 39 replies · 925+ views
    Pioneer Press ^ | 8-18-04 | SHANNON PRATHER
    A forgotten cheeseburger sent two McDonald's drive-through patrons into a rage Friday. The pair stormed into the West St. Paul restaurant, loudly cursed at the staff about the botched order and later allegedly clubbed an intervening customer with a baseball bat. Dakota County prosecutors on Monday charged Miguel Hernandez, 18, and Michael Anthony Lee, 19, with a felony — making terroristic threats. It's the second fast-food rage case to come across Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom's desk this week. A confrontation with a customer in an Arby's drive-through in Burnsville the same day landed Robert Chan Nguyen, 19, in jail,...
  • Bush-Cheney '04 Launches New Web Video

    06/24/2004 3:32:34 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 35 replies · 1,812+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | June 24, 2004
    ARLINGTON, VA -- Bush Cheney '04 today launched a new web video titled "Kerry's Coalition of the Wild-eyed."  The ad highlights the pessimism and rage of John Kerry and his fellow Democrats.A script of the web video is below.  To view the web video, please go to '04 WEB VIDEOKerry's Coalition of the Wild-eyedGraphic:The Faces of John Kerry's Democratic Party The Coalition of the Wild-eyedVideo Clip of Gore:"How dare they drag the good name of the United States of America through the mud of Saddam Hussein's torture prison?"  (Al Gore, Remarks At New York University, 5/26/04)Video Clip of...
  • <Beheading of a S. Korean> Exploding Demands to Military for Retaliation

    06/23/2004 7:34:10 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 120 replies · 1,747+ views
    Yonhap News ^ | 06/23/04 | Hwang Dae-il
    /begin my translation <Beheading of a S. Korean> Exploding Demands to Military for Retaliation (Seoul: Yonhap News) Hwang Dae-il reporting After the news of Kim Seon-il(age:33)'s murder by Iraqi Resistance Group spread over the country, the website of Ministry of Defense was flooded with messages urging retaliation. Especially, some posters were so consumed with rage that they vent their hatred against not only the terrorist group which murdered Mr. Kim, but also Iraq as a country and the Iraqis as a whole. A guy whose handle name is 'I am a corporal, too' exhorted, "Wipe out everything in Iraq, to...

    06/21/2004 3:43:22 PM PDT · by Happy2BMe · 89 replies · 163+ views
  • Tell Me, Where Is the Liberal Anger About Nick Berg?

    05/12/2004 7:32:58 AM PDT · by MegaSilver · 23 replies · 244+ views
    ChronWatch ^ | 12 May 2004 | Leo Lacayo
    As most Americans wind up a week of frenzied news about the ''abuse'' perpetrated by 16 soldiers out of 300,000 rotated troops in Iraq, we learn of the horrendous beheading of Nick Berg, an American small businessman helping to build the infrastructure in that country.. Where is the rage, Mr. Kerry" Where is the rage Mr. Kennedy? Do we have a reaction from the Grand Dragon, Klansman Robert Byrd? Will Michael Moore be making a documentary to place the blame on the president? The perpetrators of this horrible crime have stated that it is in retaliation for the alleged abuses...
  • Newsview: Arab Anger at U.S. Is Mounting

    04/20/2004 8:22:46 PM PDT · by Alouette · 100 replies · 258+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Apr. 20, 2004 | Barry Schweid
    WASHINGTON - Egypt's president says Arabs hold a "hatred never equaled" toward America. Jordan's king abruptly postpones a visit to the White House. And those are among the United States' best friends in the Arab world. The war in Iraq, and a shift on the Israeli-Palestinian issue, has left the Bush administration facing growing hostility and an estrangement from friends across the Middle East. "There is enormous anger in the Arab world that needs to be dealt with," said Nail Al-Jubeir, a spokesman for the Saudi embassy in Washington. The White House minimized the problem Tuesday, saying President Bush did...
  • The Bush-McCain love-hate relationship

    03/11/2004 2:57:32 PM PST · by shrinkermd · 15 replies · 203+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 11 March 2004 | Howard Fineman
    WASHINGTON - Truth be told, John McCain really can't stand George W. Bush, even if he agrees with him on a lot of things, especially Iraq. It's amusing for us political reporters to watch the senator from Arizona struggle with the role fate handed him: riding shotgun on the Bush re-election stagecoach. It's hard to know whether McCain, deep down, wants to protect his passenger or let the Indians have him. As for Bush, he doesn't trust McCain, but needs him. McCain's rhetorical flirtation with the idea of becoming Sen. John Kerry's running mate is just the latest act in...
  • NYT's lefty banshee dowdifies Kay Report

    02/03/2004 6:20:35 AM PST · by Brian Allen · 38 replies · 195+ views
    BrookesNews.Com ^ | Monday February 2 2004 | Gerard Jackson
    In keeping with the it's Leninist policy of publishing all the lies fit to print, the New York Times once again let the demented Maureen Dowd out of her cage. Seething with all the rage of a deserted harridan, Dowd regaled readers not with withering wit, of which she has little, or a profound grasp of foreign affairs, of which she has none, but the Democratic lie that President Bush lied and that he is an idiot. (Readers should note that all republican presidents are either evil [Nixon] or stupid [Reagan, Bush, etc]) According to her David Kay provided "an...
  • Jumping the Shark: Dean's Deep-water Dive

    01/20/2004 11:03:51 PM PST · by bastantebueno55 · 22 replies · 405+ views
    Townhall ^ | 21 Jan, 2004 | Jonah Goldberg
    Jumping the shark: Dean take deep-water dive Jonah Goldberg January 21, 2004 Howard Dean has jumped the shark! Now, I could be wrong - indeed, all the pundits have been so far - and Howard Dean certainly has a lot of money and staff left to keep going, but he certainly looks to have jumped the shark. Oh, sorry, you might not know what that term means. There's a Web site called that is dedicated to "chronicling the moments when TV shows go downhill." The name is a reference to the "Happy Days" where Fonzie - played by Henry...
  • Poet and activist Nikki Giovanni keeps '60s spirit intact for a new generation

    01/15/2004 10:06:01 AM PST · by ppaul · 7 replies · 649+ views
    The Seattle Times ^ | 1/15/04 | Tyrone Beason
    Poet and activist Nikki Giovanni keeps '60s spirit intact for a new generationBy Tyrone BeasonSeattle Times staff reporter Nikki Giovanni may be a 60-year-old cancer survivor with a respectable teaching job at Virginia Tech University, but her opinions; and hair; are as edgy as ever. A cornerstone of the Black Arts literary movement in the 1960s and early '70s who sported an Afro when Afros were social statements, Giovanni still looks hip with her new, don't-mess-with-me platinum locks. And Monday, when the poet and activist pulled up the left sleeve of her sweater in an auditorium filled with 500...
  • The Age of Rage

    11/28/2003 10:19:17 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 10 replies · 236+ views
    Joseph Sobran column ^ | 11-13-03 | Sobran, Joseph
    The Age of Rage November 13, 2003 The comedian Jackie Mason used to do a routine about visiting a psychiatrist. “You hate your father,” the shrink told him. No, Mason protested, I love my father very much. “Then you hate your mother.” No, said Mason, I love my mother. Told that he didn’t hate his brothers or sisters either, the shrink suggested, “Maybe you’ve got a cousin?” Reversing Tolstoy, the twentieth century decided that unhappy families were all alike. According to Freud, it was natural for boys to hate their fathers. And their brothers too. Phrases like Oedipus complex and...
  • CA: Voters direct rage at their leaders and recall itself

    10/05/2003 8:54:57 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 9 replies · 217+ views ^ | 10/5/03 | Mark Simon - SF Chronicle
    <p>The Golden State - once a symbol of optimism and opportunity for the rest of the nation - has become a very angry place.</p> <p>Californians are angry at each other and at the people who are supposed to be running things.</p>
  • Muslims Rage at Fallaci's Pride

    09/16/2003 8:54:40 PM PDT · by vladog · 14 replies · 180+ views
    Digital Freedom Network ^ | September 16, 2003 | A.E. Huggett
    etting what could become an ugly precedent for censorship in the EU, 11 Muslim men residing in the French city of Lyon have brought a race hatred suit in Paris against Italian writer Oriana Fallaci for writing The Rage & The Pride as her response to the Islamofascist destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Before this personal suit, French race hate issues went through their public prosecutor or various French anti-race associations. According to their French lawyer, Giles Devers, the 11 Muslims have as much of a right to bring suit as any association. He went...
  • The Rage of Oriana Fallaci

    01/23/2003 2:37:59 PM PST · by dennisw · 67 replies · 1,405+ views
    ny observer ^ | January 23, 2003|5:33 PM | by George Gurley
    The Rage of Oriana Fallaci by George Gurley On a recent afternoon, the telephone rang in Oriana Fallaci’s Manhattan townhouse. The tiny, blue-eyed 72-year-old writer put down her cigarette and picked up the receiver. "Oh, it is you!" she said. She assured the caller she was all right, then thanked him and hung up. "He calls to see if I’m alive," she said, "to see if I need something." The caller was a police officer, who has been checking in on Ms. Fallaci since the publication of her most recent book, The Rage and the Pride, which she wrote in...
  • Muslim rage

    09/15/2003 4:48:19 PM PDT · by Alouette · 50 replies · 237+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | Sept. 16, 2003
    Yesterday, this newspaper ran a headline: "US: Israel shouldn't enrage Muslims." This is odd, coming from the United States. It is a clear throwback to the sentiment in some quarters that if only that thorn, Israel, were to be removed from the paw of the Arabs, things would go more smoothly. The headline was based on Secretary of State Colin Powell's comment opposing exiling or harming Yasser Arafat, because "...there would be rage throughout the Arab world, the Muslim world, and in many other parts of the world." But if one were to follow such logic, does not Israel have...
  • Australia: Passenger caught sharing ice cream charged w/ flight rage

    08/11/2003 7:52:40 AM PDT · by yankeedame · 96 replies · 270+ views ^ | August 8, 2003 | Elissa Hunt
    Ice cream led to flight rageBy Elissa Hunt August 8, 2003A MAN who caused a mid-flight ruckus after getting caught sharing his ice cream with his fiancee in economy got his just deserts yesterday. Qantas business class passenger Geoffrey Stephen Pidgeon, 30, has been ordered to pay $500 to charity and say sorry to a steward after an air-rage incident on January 7. The Port Melbourne man faced Melbourne Magistrates' Court yesterday on a charge of common assault on an aircraft. Magistrate Anne Maughan heard the man's fiancee was seated four rows behind him in economy on a flight from...
  • Molecular 'Piggyback Ride' Carries Alzheimer’s Protein Into Brain [potential breakthrough]

    06/24/2003 9:45:57 AM PDT · by B.Bumbleberry · 28 replies · 246+ views
    Scientists studying the brains of mice have discovered how the toxic protein that destroys the brain cells of Alzheimer's patients enters the brain. When the researchers gave mice a drug that blocked the process, flow of the protein into the brain was virtually halted and existing accumulations of it in the brain plummeted by more than 70 percent. The results of the research will be published in the July 1 issue of Nature Medicine. The new findings center on amyloid beta, a tiny protein molecule that accumulates over time to form tell-tale plaques in the brain tissue of Alzheimer's patients....
  • Battles Rage Across Saddam Heartland Where Guerrillas Resist US Occupation

    06/13/2003 4:27:52 PM PDT · by blam · 7 replies · 176+ views
    Independent (UK) ^ | 6-14-2003 | Patrick Cockburn
    Battles rage across Saddam heartland where guerrillas resist US occupation By Patrick Cockburn in Baghdad 14 June 2003 American troops claimed yesterday to have killed 27 Iraqis who ambushed a tank with rocket-propelled grenades north of Baghdad. The number of attacks on US forces north and west of the capital has risen sharply in recent weeks and the military says it has killed a total of 70 Iraqi fighters. But the fighting has brought the loss of an Apache helicopter shot down in an attack on a guerrilla training camp on Thursday. Although President Bush has declared major combat in...
  • ..HILLARY's TELLTALE Photo = CARL LIMBACHER on Judicial Watch Radio..

    06/07/2003 9:35:01 AM PDT · by ALOHA RONNIE · 53 replies · 783+ views
    Judicial Watch ^ | 6/7/2003 | Judicial Watch
    NEVER FORGET's -Inside Cover- Columnist CARL LIMBACHER is guesting on today's JUDICIAL WATCH Report Radio Show to discuss HILLARY's Book of LIES ..and the TELLTALE Photo he found of HILLARY and BILL CLINTON being all Lovey-Dovey together on WALTER CRONKITE's Sailboat at Martha's Vineyard during the time HILLARY is now saying that she was having nothing to do with CLINTON over MONICA-GATE. ...HILLARY's TELLTALE Photo is Posted in's -Inside Cover- 6/5/2003 Article titled: ..'TELLTALE Photo Proves HILLARY Rage a LIE'.. ??? 1-Photo is worth more than 1-BOOK of LIES ??? NEVER FORGET
  • Educating anarchists

    05/19/2003 11:17:15 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 4 replies · 93+ views
    ESR ^ | May 19, 2003 | Alan Caruba
    In a remarkable book, Harvard and the Unabomber, about Ted Kacyznski, its author, Alston Chase, says, "The anger that motivated Kacyznski bears an uncanny resemblance to the rage that drove the schoolboys who in recent years have gone berserk, shooting classmates. Like Kacyznski, the Columbine High School killers, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, were motivated by rage, not only against those they saw despoiling the environment but also against the dominant school culture that ridiculed them." "Meanwhile," Chase noted, "high schools are even less dedicated to learning than they were, choosing instead to ensure that students conform to the canons...
  • Oriana Fallaci: Rage and doubt of a threatened civilisation

    03/15/2003 3:33:34 PM PST · by MadIvan · 102 replies · 2,965+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | March 16, 2003 | Oriana Fallaci
    Oriana Fallaci, the controversial writer who has caused a furore with her views on Islam, says we have realised too late that our values are in danger To avoid the dilemma of whether this war should take place or not, to overcome the reservations, the reluctance and the doubts that still lacerate me, I often say to myself: “How good if the Iraqis would get free of Saddam Hussein by themselves. How good if they would execute him and hang up his body by the feet as in 1945 we Italians did with Mussolini.” But it does not help. Or...
  • Son of NRA Board Member Arrested for Road Rage Shooting

    12/06/2002 12:11:28 PM PST · by foxylady · 102 replies · 396+ views
    WASHINGTON -- News4 has learned the son of a gun activist was arrested Wednesday night and charged with an apparent road rage shooting on the George Washington Parkway. Police believe David Michael Keene, 21, shot a gun from a BMW on Sunday afternoon. The bullet shattered the window of a Mercedes Benz and became lodged in the driver's seat, just inches from the driver's head. Police believe Keene and the driver of the Mercedes were involved in a road rage incident along the George Washington Parkway just before the shooting happened. The driver of the Mercedes managed to get the...
  • Gaza Killings Prompt Palastinian Rage

    12/06/2002 11:10:53 AM PST · by blam · 15 replies · 268+ views
    BBC ^ | 12-06-2002
    Friday, 6 December, 2002, 15:54 GMTGaza killings prompt Palestinian rage Two Palestinian homes were targeted in the raidThousands of angry Palestinians have taken to the streets of the al-Bureij refugee camp in the Gaza Strip to bury 10 people killed in overnight fighting with Israeli troops. Mourners, some wearing masks, followed the bodies of those killed through the narrow streets of the camp chanting "revenge, revenge". Mourners called for revenge"We are committed to the continuation of jihad and martyr operations until our land is liberated," members of the militant group Hamas shouted through loudspeakers. There is ongoing controversy about the...
  • Americans Should be More Angry About 9-11, So Why Aren't they?

    09/09/2002 7:46:09 AM PDT · by republicman · 72 replies · 429+ views
    US News and World Report ^ | 9/16/02 | John Leo
    Culture & Ideas 9/16/02 BY JOHN LEO Rage is not the rage Sociologist Amitai Etzioni sees one thing missing in all the polling data on American attitudes in the wake of September 11–anger. Last week Etzioni's Communitarian Network issued the report "American Society in the Age of Terrorism," an analysis of post-9/11 poll- ing. Unsurprisingly, the report finds more interest in family, spirituality, and volunteerism and more trust in government, though "all these effects have begun to recede, and are predicted to decline further if no new attacks occur." But "there can be little doubt that, by and large, the...
  • Air rage shock

    08/30/2002 5:43:01 AM PDT · by Lorenb420 · 5 replies · 163+ views
    Toronto Sun ^ | 2002-08-30 | Jason Botchford
    HAMILTON -- The family of an off-duty Toronto cop charged in a frightening air rampage looked on in stunned silence as the police detailed their case in a bail hearing yesterday. The particulars cannot be published because of a court-imposed publication ban on evidence but the charges would strike fear in most post-Sept. 11 air travellers. Const. Amarjit Grewal, 32, of Brampton, was released on $10,000 bail. He faces charges he sexually assaulted and threatened to kill a flight attendant while violently disrupting a Hamilton-bound WestJet flight. Grewal, a 13-year Toronto Police veteran currently working on the traffic beat, is...
  • Man sent to prison for killing dog with hammer

    06/07/2002 7:46:20 PM PDT · by rintense · 64 replies · 1,534+ views
    woodtv ^ | 6/7/02
    (Grand Rapids-AP, July 7, 2002, 8:30 a.m.) A Grand Rapids-area man is going to prison for using a hammer to beat his parents' dog to death -- because they invited his ex-wife to dinner. Mark William Kruithoff was convicted of a felony count of animal cruelty. The 36-year-old Jenison resident was sentenced yesterday to 18 months to six-years in prison. Prosecutors said Kruithoff became outraged when he arrived at his parents' home in April 2001 and discovered them having dinner with his ex-wife. They said he grabbed a hammer and smashed the dog's head with it at least five times...

    05/08/2002 9:02:36 PM PDT · by litany_of_lies · 81 replies · 1,014+ views
    Drudge Report ^ | May 8, 2002 | Matt Drudge
    XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX WEDNESDAY MAY 08, 2002 22:53:12 ET XXXXX O'REILLY RAGE AFTER STATION PAYOUT IS REVEALED; WESTWOOD ONE THREATENS TO PULL CASH; FOX NEWS HOST ADVISES: 'DRUDGE SHOULD BE KILLED' **Update** Cable host and now talkradio broadcaster Bill O'Reilly was pushed over the edge this week after the DRUDGE REPORT revealed exclusively that $300,000 was promised to O'Reilly's New York City flagship station WOR-AM to carry the program. Although VIACOMCBSINFINTYWESTWOODONE radio head Joel Hollander publicly denied to reporters that compensation was being paid to affiliates for carrying O'Reilly -- behind the scenes on Tuesday, Hollander threatened to pull...
  • Judge rules against NFL's arbitration request

    03/19/2002 7:42:26 AM PST · by GoreIsLove · 11 replies · 377+ views ^ | Monday, March 18, 2002 | Associated Press
    NEW YORK -- A judge ruled Monday that the NFL cannot force a $200 million lawsuit into arbitration by saying that a union contract governs a player's claim that his career was ruined when his eye was hit by a referee's penalty flag. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Gerard E. Lynch in Manhattan moves the case brought by former Cleveland Browns starting offensive tackle Orlando Brown from federal to state court. He rejected arguments from the NFL that the case should be out of the courts altogether, decided instead by an arbitrator according to the terms of a collective...