Williams made his dramatic debut in the TV movie "Perry Mason: The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host" (NBC, 1993) and later starred in the short-lived CBS series "Matt Waters" (1996) as a concerned and caring high school teacher. While his daytime show thrived, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and he began to actively manage the disease. He occasionally continued to dabble in acting, most notably with a recurring part on a few episodes of the military series "JAG" (CBS, 1995-2005). In 2008, "The Montel Williams Show" was canceled, and he moved on to a stint on the soap opera "Guiding Light" (CBS, 1952-2009). Eventually turning to infomercials, Williams later revisited acting with ...
#nypdlivesmatter #AllLivesMatter Today we mourn Officer Ramos. @joebiden Vice President Biden said it well - every time an officer leaves the house, their wife, their husband, their parents, their kids live every day not knowing if it's the last. They wait for that knock on the door, they dread that middle of the night phone call.
Today, every New Yorker knows what matters. It's two remarkable young men named Justin and Jaden who will never see their father walk through the door again.
I'm angry that his widow is now left a single mother, I'm angry his sons now have to live without their father.
That is what matters. It is not the calls from the cheap seats (outside NYC) for our mayor to resign - it's not the asinine, pathological debate over whether the Vice President of the United States should speak at a funeral carried on by those who had no right to do so, for his being there today showed those two young men that their dad mattered - nothing else matters.
The Governor said it well, an attack on the #NYPD , the assassination of two of its officers, are an attack upon every New Yorker and upon the rule of law.
We are a nation VOLUNTARILY divided - the sad part is many don't realize that no small part of it is that there is money to be made on talk radio, on cable news (yes all three) dividing us.
Let both sides here pause and realize that neither absolute is right. We have a serious DISCONNECT between the police and communities of color and pretending race doesn't play a part in that is simply putting ones head in the sand. So too do we have a CRISIS of lack of respect for the police. The actions of a few officers, a decided minority so small it's hard to quantify cannot logically justify painting all officers with one brush.
We have much work to do and a national conversation to have free from the unfortunate absolutes that have been developed (on both sides) and stoked by the media (all of it) - but today we pause and realize that a system based on the rule of law cannot tolerate the unprovoked, cold blooded assassination of police officers.
This isn't about the Mayor of New York, the President, the police union. This is about all of us standing up and saying enough and being willing to find solutions - no hashtag political campaign, no hashtag campaign period can accomplish that.
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