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Should we hate cops, or hug them?

The long-delayed release of the Philando Castile video, along with a Minnesota jury’s inexplicable decision to acquit the policeman who killed him, raises basic questions of self-governance in this country. I’ll mention three. First: Is competent, humane policing really that difficult? Second, does our criminal justice system even function in such cases?

Thanks to the obtuseness of Minneapolis’ gay rights leaders and their enablers in the media, a third question arises: Why do liberals keep stepping on their own message — dividing Americans by race, class, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, and now, by profession — all under the banner

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/06/25/should-we-hate-cops-or-hug-them/
Date: 1498384234

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How to take advantage of the retail apocalypse

Amazon’s stunning acquisition last week of Whole Foods signaled an inflection point in the development of retail, notably the $800 billion supermarket sector. The massive shift of retail to the web is beginning to claw into the last remaining bastions of physical space. In the last year alone, 50,000 positions were lost in the retail sector, and as many as 6 million jobs could be vulnerable nationwide in the long term. Store closings are running at a rate higher than during the Great Recession.

Yet, there’s an opportunity opening for cities and regions to take advantage of new space for

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Date: 1498384228

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See photos of Primus, Clutch and Fantomas opening for Tool at Glen Helen Amphitheater

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers deliver the hits to a packed crowd at Arroyo Seco Weekend

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have 40 years on the books now — that’s the point of the band’s current tour — so it almost seems unfair to only get 19 songs in a headlining set on the first day of the inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend in Pasadena on Saturday, June 24.

But that ended up making for two hours of music, and in the end the fans who packed the festival grounds in front of the Oaks Stage — and we really mean packed; more on that in a bit — probably heard most of the hits they came

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Date: 1498384128

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Monday Properties Grabs DC, SoCal Office Assets – Commercial Property Executive

Why millennials living with their parents has become the norm in Southern California – OCRegister

Nick Vertucci Watches On As The Southern California Housing Market Continues to Soar – NORCAL

Wilshire Grand Center, tallest skyscraper in the West, debuts in downtown Los Angeles – Los Angeles Times

Southern California’s dead malls could be places to live – OCRegister

The week in real estate industry deals: June 19-23, 2017 – Inman.com