Law and Order

But What About The Cop Horses?

Bill de Blasio has been mayor for about four months and the carriage horses are still here. Now it looks like they'll survive the year, at least, unless of course they get hit by cars. But the Daily News and its incredibly vigorous campaign to save the carriages has taken us down an interesting path: THE POLICE HORSES. Who cries for them?

If it's hard to be a carriage horse, it can't be easy to be a crime horse. NYClass, the organization providing a lot of the money and most of the talking points for the anti-carriage set, says that carriage horses are "unaccustomed to the [...]


Local Paper to Undermine Small (Prostitution) Businesses

West Palm Beach is bringing back public shaming to deter prostitution.

The City Commission has agreed to post booking photos of johns arrested for soliciting prostitutes on the city's web site.

West Palm Beach received national attention in the 1990s when it enacted a similar program, but it cost the city a $10,000 settlement after a man whose name was printed was acquitted and sued the city.

This time, West Palm Beach will only post the photos of johns who have been arrested more than once.