Watch: 'Deck the Halls with Rows of Dead Cops' Sang by Ferguson Protesters on Christmas

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By Patrick Howley. Ferguson protesters spent the weekend after Christmas chanting “Deck The Halls With Rows of Dead Cops” just one week after the execution-style murders of New York City police officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu.

Anti-police protesters in Portland, Oregon sang parody Christmas carols Saturday night near Christmas decorations on Peacock Lane in the notoriously liberal city, including “Deck The Halls With Rows of Dead Cops.” (Read more from this story HERE)


Man Threatens to Kill Cops and Innocent White Kids, Gets Downplayed By Friend as ‘Speaking His Mind’

By Dave Urbanski. After a suburban Chicago man made threats on Facebook that he would “kill cops and innocent white kids,” police searched a home he sometimes stays at and arrested him on weapons and other charges, WLS-TV reported.

While Aries Woodfin, 33, wasn’t charged with making threats, a friend who owns the Ford Heights, Illinois, house where Woodfin was arrested downplayed his Facebook threat.

She said it was a reaction over the grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City where white police officers weren’t indicted for their roles in the deaths of unarmed black men.

“He was speaking his mind,” Beatrice Franklin told WLS. “He was expressing how he felt, which is what everyone else was doing on Facebook as well, expressing themselves. They were ranting and they were raving.” (Read more from this story HERE)

Al Sharpton’s Race War Being Funded by Major Retail Chain

By Conservative Tribune. The National Legal and Policy Center, a government watchdog group, has made repeated requests to the international retail giant to stop funding Sharpton’s National Action Network, especially after the shooting deaths of two NYPD officers by an Islamic gang member whom many believe was inspired by Sharpton’s anti-police rhetoric.

But no policy change has been announced by the retailer.

In a 2009 email, Walmart addressed concerns of its shareholders about the company’s annual giving to NAN.

“Our support for NAN is focused on addressing health and wellness issues and other issues important to our customers and associates,” the email read (H/T Got News). “Our company will continue to support organizations that can further our mission to help people live better.” (Read more from this story HERE)