“Midnight basketball was described as paying money so that crackheads could play basketball in the middle of the night,” Scott said. “What they left out was the fact that every time they put midnight basketball in a neighborhood, the crime rate plummeted. You saved more money than you spent on the midnight basketball.
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Life on Mars featured a present day detective who suddenly finds himself back in the 1970s; Ashes to Ashes uses the same idea, but this time it’s set in the 1980s. Both series were written by Matthew Graham and Ashley Pharoah, and they both take their title from a David Bowie song of the time. In Ashes to Ashes, DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glenister), the Neanderthal copper from 1973, has moved to London from Manchester to show the ‘southern Nancys’ a thing or two about policing..
“This was mostly a typical Democratic speech much better than the direction Republicans offer America, but not the bold economic vision that most Americans want and need,” Adam Green, co founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, said in a statement. “Clinton’s allusions to reining in Wall Street, ending corporate tax havens and addressing inequality open the door to a corporate accountability agenda but Americans need to see specifics. We need a Democratic nominee ready to take on the powerful financial interests that keep our economy down.”.