GUNS RIGHTS WATCH
An Anti-Gun Coalition Of Mayors
Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, police and press in tow, made a very public point of “visiting the homes of gun offenders,” The Baltimore Sun reported. I guess that beat attending her arraignment in criminal court. “The mayor was charged last month with theft, perjury and misconduct after a state prosecutor’s probe,” the story continued. Dixon is a member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun coalition of mayors.
“Hartford’s mayor turned himself in Tuesday on charges of having a city contractor do $40,000 in work at his home and paying for it only after being confronted by investigators,” the AP reported. Mayor Eddie A. Perez “was charged with receiving a bribe and falsifying evidence … The contractor, Carlos Costa, told investigators he believed he would be shut out of lucrative city contracts had he not done the work for free ...”
Perez is a member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun coalition of ...
“Racine, Wis., Mayor Arrested On Child Porn Charge,” read the CBS2Chicago.com headline. “Gary Becker, 51, Released On Bond.”
Becker was a member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun coalition ...
“Birmingham Mayor Larry Langford was arrested … on federal charges and is being held at the federal courthouse,” wrote reporter Val Walton in The Birmingham News.
“Langford [is] accused in a US Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit of not disclosing $156,000 in payments … as part of a plan to secure Jefferson County financial business,” the story explained.
Langford is a member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun …
“A municipal court judge in this shore town found the mayor of Jersey City guilty of obstructing justice and resisting arrest in a clash with a police officer a little more than a year ago,” Jonathan Miller wrote in The New York Times. “The mayor, Jerramiah T. Healy, said in a news conference after the verdict that he had no intention of resigning his office …”
Healey is a member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s …
“The former Detroit mayor is moving to a new home…a 15-by-10-foot county jail cell where he will spend the next 120 days for lying during a civil trial to conceal an extramarital affair,” Time Magazine reported. “[Kwame] Kilpatrick resigned in September after 8 months of accusations, denials and litigation that cost the city millions of dollars …”
Kilpatrick was a member of …
“Potential jurors’ opinions of Jackson Mayor Frank Melton were mixed … during the second day of jury selection in the upcoming federal civil rights trial of Melton …” Kathleen Baydala wrote in The Clarion Ledger.
“Melton [is] accused of violating search-and-seizure laws related to [his] role in [a] warrantless raid [and faces] five to 25 years in prison if convicted on all counts.”
Melton is a member …
“More than a year after denying it, the newly elected mayor of Portland [Sam Adams] has admitted having a sexual relationship with a male teenager in 2005,” the AP reported.
Do I even have to tell you?
And might it be fair to ask why these mayors with such apparent self control issues are so bent on controlling the rest of us?