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9:00 AM ET, December 27, 2014

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Celeste Katz / NY Daily News:
‘DE BLASIO, OUR BACKS HAVE TURNED TO YOU’ Cold war between NYPD cops, de Blasio takes to skies over the Hudson  —  Ashley Chalmers, head of Jersey Shore Aerial Advertising, told the Daily News the people who paid for the airborne message ‘want to remain anonymous.’
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New York Post:
Eric Garner's daughter posts address of cop at his death  —  One of Eric Garner's daughters marked Christmas Day by spreading personal information about an NYPD cop who was present during the chokehold death of her father — outraging officers still reeling from last weekend's execution-style slayings of two policemen in Brooklyn.
New York Post:
Judge frees 2nd cop-hater in 2 days  —  Judge Laura Johnson was at it again, freeing a cop-punching man, Travis Maye, a day after letting a man who made death threats against NYPD officers off without bail.  —  She keeps turning 'em loose.  —  A day after freeing a gang member who posted …
John Cardillo:
BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: NYPD COPS CALL OUT MAYOR BILL DeBLASIO ON HIS “INCENDIARY RHETORIC.”  —  Late last night I was contacted by a coalition of NYPD cops, Detectives, and supervisors hundreds strong and asked to disseminate the following statement on their behalf.
Taylor Berman / Gawker:
Plane Flying Over NYC: “De Blasio, Our Backs Have Turned to You”
Discussion: CBS New York and Booman Tribune
Nikita Stewart / New York Times:
After Killing of Police Officers, Protest Movement Is at a Crossroads
Discussion: Hullabaloo and The Gateway Pundit
Trisha Bee / FOX6Now.com:
Dustin Diamond, actor who played “Screech” on “Saved by the Bell,” arrested in Ozaukee Co.  —  (CNN) — Police arrested Dustin Diamond, better known as “Screech” in the early 1990s sitcom, “Saved by the Bell,” early Friday, December 26th in a stabbing incident in Port Washington.
Ken Thomas / Associated Press:
Clinton economic approach under scrutiny  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — If Hillary Rodham Clinton seeks the White House again, her message on the economy could be an important barometer as she courts fellow Democrats.  —  Members of her party are watching closely how the former secretary …
USA Today:
Wussy nation: Our view  —  From Ebola, to university controversies, to North Korea, why are so many so scared?  —  America has much to be cocky about.  It invented large-scale democracy and nurtured its growth around the world.  It vanquished fascism and communism, became the world's only superpower.
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Ian Swanson / The Hill:
Critics hate ‘The Interview’
Jose A. Delreal / Washington Post:
Michael Brown memorial destroyed overnight  —  People hurriedly cleaned and rebuilt a memorial to Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., on Friday morning after they said a car intentionally destroyed it.  —  Flowers, signs and other mementos, left in remembrance of the 18-year-old who was killed …
Martin Feldstein / Wall Street Journal:
The Fed's Needless Flirtation With Danger  —  Well-designed tax rules are a safe and effective alternative to quantitative easing.  —  This week's good economic news—consumer spending up sharply in November over October, and a surge in third-quarter GDP growth to a 5% annual rate …
Discussion: New York Times
Jonah Goldberg / Townhall.com:
Dear GOP: Show, Don't Tell  —  Hey, Jeb, Ted, Rand, Marco, Bobby, Chris and the dozen or more others I'm forgetting, here's something to write on your bathroom mirror in 2015 and beyond: The “P” in POTUS stands for “President,” not “Pundit.”  —  I understand that the Seinfeldian faux-holiday Festivus …
Discussion: Ed Driscoll
Alirjaafar / Deadline:
‘Exodus’ Banned In Egypt & Morocco, May Face Struggle In Other Middle Eastern Countries  —  Ridley Scott's Exodus has been banned in Egypt after the country's head of censorship objected to the a number of “historical inaccuracies” in the epic Biblical tale.
Discussion: Mashable and Mediaite
Wall Street Journal:
The Steep Cost of America's High Incarceration Rate  —  About one of every 100 U.S. adults is in prison.  That's five to 10 times higher than in Western Europe.  —  One of us is a former Treasury secretary, the other directs a criminal-justice institute.  But we've reached the same conclusions.
 
 
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