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Video- Ferguson Thug Protesters Flip, Then Set Fire To Police Car



A small group of protesters began breaking the windows of a police cruiser on South Florissant Street, the scene of many of the protests that followed the fatal shooting in August of Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old, by Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, who is white. The group tried but failed to overturn the car, but someone tossed an incendiary device at it, and the vehicle caught fire.

About a dozen police cars responded, arriving at the scene from two directions. An announcement went out over a loudspeaker: "This has turned into an unlawful protest. You must disperse or you will be arrested, even media."

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Schumer: President Obama and Dems were Wrong to Pass Obamacare Instead of Trying to Fix The Economy (Video)

Americans weren't looking for changes in health care...


Sen. Chuck Schumer said Tuesday that Democrats were wrong to pass Obamacare.

“Democrats lost the opportunity the American people gave them. We took their mandate and put all of our focus on the wrong problem–health care reform,” Schumer said.

Schumer conceded that health care was an important issue, but it was not the primary issue.

“The plight of uninsured Americans and the hardships caused by unfair insurance company practices certainly needed to be addressed, but it was not the change we were hired to make,” Schumer said. “Americans were crying out for the end to the recession, for better wages and more jobs, not changes in health care.”

If Democrats had done the math, they would have realized that health care reform affected just a small portion of the electorate: 5 percent.


 

16 Million Tune In To Watch #Ferguson Grand Jury Decision


Fox led in total viewers, CNN led in the 25-54 demo

tvnewser
The news surrounding the grand jury’s decision in the Darren Wilson case gave cable news channels a ratings surge Monday.

While the decision had been reached by mid-afternoon, news channels had 7 hours to consider the result as it was not announced until the 9pmET hour, when daytime viewership peaked. During that hour, the big three cable news networks drew a combined 15.72 million viewers. For comparison, 15.27 million were watching the night’s No. 1 broadcast show, “Dancing with the Stars,” as well as an ABC News special report on the Wilson case, at 9pm.

Fox News led in total viewers for the hour, averaging 7.256M, while CNN led in the younger demo with 3.155M.


Huge ratings for Fox News Megyn Kelly- 7.2M (total) viewers tuning in at the 9:00 o'clock hour.
And to be honest, very big ratings for CNN who pulled in 6 million + viewers in the 9 and 10:00 o'clock hour
MSNBC far behind on decision night...

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Video Captures CNN Reporter Getting Hit in the Head By a Rock During Live Report in Ferguson



CNN reporter Sara Sidner was pelted in the head with a rock as she reported live from the streets of Ferguson, Missouri on Monday night.

Sidner was standing across the street from a local business that had recently caught on fire when an anonymous person hit the CNN reporter in the head as she spoke remotely to anchor Jake Trapper.

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NYC Police Commissioner Hit in Face With Red Paint During Protests


In Times Square, a protester hurled red paint at officers, splattering it in the face of NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton.

The man was quickly apprehended and Bratton was unhurt.

Traffic was briefly blocked by protesters on the Triborough Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge, but no arrests were made as of 1am local time.




 

MSNBC Contributor: Michael Brown Latest 'Casualty' In 'War on Black Boys'



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On the November 24 edition of Hardball, MSNBC contributor Michelle Bernard called for the federal Justice Department to "get involved" in prosecuting Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson regardless of the outcome of the St. Louis County grand jury investigation.

Rehashing a charge she leveled earlier this year, Bernard insisted that Brown was the latest "casualty" of a nationwide "war on black boys," and castigated conservatives who support "state's rights" by suggesting that the notion was simply an excuse for racist, unequal treatment of blacks by law enforcement
- See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2014/11/24/msnbc-contributor-michelle-bernard-michael-brown-latest-casualty-war#sthash.5FYclexl.dpuf


 

VIDEO- Fox News' Mike Tobin Caught in the Middle as Police Fire Tear Gas on Group of Demonstrators in #Ferguson



Police fire tear gas in attempt to disperse a  line of demonstrators gathered on the streets of Ferguson. Fox News Mike Tobin gets caught in the middle and some of the tear gas canisters hit just feet away from him.

Watch- He also reports that there were shots fired from the crowd of protesters into the air following the Grand Jury decision and a report of protesters trying to tip over vehicles.

Tobin struggles to get his breath here






 

John McCain: Hagel 'Very, Very Frustrated'...He Was Never Brought Into Obama's 'Tight Circle'

Senator McCain says Defense Sec. Hagel was frustrated by Obama foreign policy...

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New Hampshire 2016: Hillary Clinton Leads Romney, Jeb Bush and Rand Paul


Looks like NH voters don't want that new car smell. In the Dem primary, Clinton has a 49 point lead. Hillary 62%, Elizabeth Warren 13%,  Bernie Sanders 6%

In 2016 presidential matchups, Clinton leads all Republicans



Bloomberg 
Hillary Clinton holds a historic lead in the New Hampshire Democratic primary, although a shift in opinion about the party's brand could be a drag on her candidacy in the general election. Sixty-two percent of likely Democratic voters in the early primary state said they support Clinton in a new Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm New Hampshire Poll of likely primary voters conducted by Purple Insights

Though New Hampshire is a small state, it has voted for the winner of the White House in eight of the last nine presidential elections. Clinton runs nearly even with Romney in a head-to-head match-up, with 46 percent of likely general election voters selecting the former first lady and secretary of state and 45 percent selecting the former Massachusetts governor. She has a wider lead—7 percentage points—against Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, whom she beats 47-39 among the same group.

Head-to-head 2016- Hillary vs. GOP candidates
Romney trails Clinton by one point



 

Sheriff Paul Babeu on Laura Ingraham Show: Convicted Criminals Are Already Being Released From PRISON As a Result of Obama's Executive Action

Babeu: 'This weekend, I got a call from ICE officials here...They are releasing from prison (criminals) that meet the president's amnesty by executive order'

'This is an actual high ranking official from ICE who called me on Friday and said, Sheriff, I'm just letting you know that we're releasing 50 in your county this weekend...Any that meet this criteria for prosecutorial discretion, it says right in this memo, you are to stop lawful action against them, stop court cases against them'

'These were supposed to be the 24K of the 20 million that even President Obama said should be deported. The worst of the worst (criminals). They were on their way out of the country, and THEY WERE JUST RELEASED"


Sheriff Babeu on the Laura Ingraham Show-



 

Breaking: Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Stepping Down





WASHINGTON —(NYT) Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down under pressure, the first cabinet-level casualty of the collapse of President Obama’s Democratic majority in the Senate and a beleaguered national security team that has struggled to stay ahead of an onslaught of global crises.

The president, who is expected to announce Mr. Hagel’s resignation in a Rose Garden appearance on Monday, made the decision to ask his defense secretary — the sole Republican on his national security team — to step down last Friday after a series of meetings over the past two weeks, senior administration officials said
Chuck Hagel will stay on until his replacement
Obama asked Hagel to step down last Friday

**UPDATE**
Hagel was fired

The officials say the White House has lost confidence in Hagel to carry out his role at the Pentagon. According to one senior official, “He wasn’t up to the job.”