FBI.gov Releases 2014’s Ten Most Dangerous Cities

by Rick Olson

“I’ll vote for whoever is the Democrat. That’s all I need to know.”  —Seth Rogen

Democrat-CorruptionAs with my previous posts on the topic, FBI.gov tracks crime statistics based on property and violent crimes. For 2013, the numbers are in. We have this year’s list of ten most violent cities in America. They are as follows:

  1. Camden, NJ
  2. Flint MI
  3. Detroit MI
  4. Oakland, CA
  5. St. Louis, MO
  6. Cleveland, OH
  7. Gary, IN
  8. Newark NJ
  9. Bridgeport, CT
  10. Birmingham, AL

There are…in order of most dangerous…meaning violence and property crimes. So now folks are wondering how others such as New York, DC or Chicago did not make the list? Well, that’s fairly easy.  Having made the list so often, the figures were reported by county or in the case of NY, by Borough. In the case of DC, crimes were delineated by occurrence in the Federal Enclaves from those outside.

But more importantly, Let us focus on the leadership running these cities. The first question that comes to mind is, who are the mayors? So, let us have a look.

  1. Camden, NJ —Mayor Dana Redd, Democrat
  2. Flint MI — Mayor Dayne Walling, Democrat
  3. Detroit MI — Mayor Dave Bing/Mike Duggan, Democrat(s)
  4. Oakland, CA — Mayor Jean Quan, Democrat
  5. St. Louis, MO — Mayor Francis Slay, Democrat
  6. Cleveland, OH — Mayor Frank Jackson, Democrat
  7. Gary, IN — Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, Democrat
  8. Newark NJ — Mayor Corey Booker/Luis Quintana, Democrat(s)
  9. Bridgeport, CT — Mayor Bill Finch, Democrat
  10. Birmingham, AL — Mayor William A. Bell, Democrat

debt -generational debt that isAll rated as dangerous cities, rife with violent crime. All run by Democrats, some in total fiscal ruin. Detroit and Flint are in receivership. So…While these democrats follow the cues of their fearless leader, Barack Obama to blame the economy and Republicans, Do you think it ever occurs to them that progressive spending and nanny state politics has anything to do with the sad states of these cities?


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  • Radical Moderate

    I think you made an error Rick. You left out Concord, New Hampshire as one of the top violent cities. What? You say that it most definitely did not make that list?

    Hmmm? I wonder why NH politicians feel there is a need to study gun violence in NH then?


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  • granitegrok

    Yo, Chucky!

    1. We really don’t care what color the wrapper is – we DO care what ideas and beliefs are on the inside. We don’t do race mongering (which it seems you have no problem with); you know, that whole character vs skin thingie.
    2. I have written about my ancestry on more than a few ocassions – you haven’t been paying attention
    3. I (and I believe the others) have written about the groups that have brought in the refugees. Which proves that you HAVEN’T been reading the ‘Grok.

    I would proscribe that you look into a couple of anger mgt classes – might put a smile on your face once in a while….

  • ElixirThief

    Big cities with lots of people are usually Democrat, because Republican policies for large populations work even less well.

    • No, the leeches tend to gather in big cities where it is easier to sign up for welfare for life.

      • Apollo

        That’s moronic. Tell that to Silicon Valley…or California, the worlds 8th largest economy their cities arent working.
        Most people there work longer and harder in a day than you probably pull in a month.

    • H M D

      rediculous statement

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