White power signs at high school basketball game gives Dallas a bad name

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DALLAS, TX -  A white power sign at a high school basketball game in Dallas is causing all types of controversy. The picture was taken at a recent hoops contest between Flower Mound and Plano East. It shows a fan holding a 'white' sign and another holding a 'power' sign. Twitter went crazy. Is it a coincidence? Or is this a bad sign of the things taught at Lewisville I.S.D.? U.S. census data says Flower Mound is almost 84% white after all. We just hope it's all one big misunderstanding.

A new marketing campaign is underway in East Dallas. 'East Dallas is...' Dallasites are asked to fill in the blank as they see fit with a big reveal to come in March. However, we have a few suggestions:

  • East Dallas is...overrun with rats as big and shifty as Kim Jong Un.
  • East Dallas is...the record holder for potholes per square mile.
  • East Dallas is...the place with the prettiest bike trail that no one uses. Actually, it’s kind of fun.

Finally, a video posted to the Dallas Police Department's Facebook wall last week show an officer going the wrong way, backwards, on the U.S. 75 service road in Dallas. Looks like he's trying to 'post up' and ticket driver`s. The woman who took the video, Christine Pham, said the officer pulled the dangerous stunt several times so she pulled out her camera and started shooting. What makes your officers above the law, Dallas? Maybe it`s time to start policing yourselves. Yeah that`s the ticket.