Dark Knight Rises
Will there be questions at the first presidential debate about curtailing gun violence? New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to force the issue by running television ads — demanding a plan from the candidates.
The New York Jets have become nothing but a bad soap opera.
Looking dazed with his hair dyed red, James Holmes, the man accused of opening fire inside a Colorado moving theater during a midnight showing of the new Batman movie “The Dark Knight Rises,” made his first court appearance on Monday.
At roughly 12:45 p.m., a loud blast was heard in the area, and the Aurora Police Department said that the detonation was successful at Holmes’ apartment.
Removing the statue of Joe Paterno is the right call. But like every lens that exposed some sickening dysfunction over the last ten months, this one had to be forced upon the warped sensibilities of Penn State.
“Whoever is going to be President of the United States starting next January 1st – what are they going to do about guns?” Bloomberg asked.
Curious Newarkers gathered around City Hall to catch a glimpse of the caped crusader.