Protesters who called for the death of cops just over a week ago have now, sadly, gotten their wish: Two NYC police officers were shot dead Saturday — execution style — in what the killer described as an act of “revenge” for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
“We’ve got a lot of constitutionalists and a lot of people that stockpile weapons.” So said a Washington state sheriff's deputy, explaining why his department needed military-grade equipment.
While everyone is focusing on the North Koreans' alleged hacking of Sony, overlooked is that the real censors of American movies are the Chinese.
Are the fears of terrorism that caused Sony to cancel the Christmas release of The Interview justified? Is North Korea really behind the hacking? And why would release of The Interview provoke a terror attack against the American homeland when the Red Dawn remake and Olympus Has Fallen did not?