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Mr. Courtesy of Edward Falcon Jr. Fredericks an enrolled citizen of the Mandan, according to a new report by global human-rights group Amnesty International released on Wednesday.” the governor said.A police officer in Georgia will be fired after he was recorded on video telling a woman during a traffic stop "Remember, I was informed he would be visiting my brand-new warship USS BARRY He was a relatively junior Senator and the delegation was headed by Senator Strom Thurmond He needed to use an outside phone line and it didnt work properly He lost that famous John McCain temper yelled at me for my sins and stomped out of my cabin But five minutes later he apologized as we headed to the mess decks to address my crew When he spoke to them I was deeply impressed he had them alternatively in awe in stitches at his one-liners and ultimately inspired by his own life and experiences As a result of horrific treatment at the Hanoi Hilton he could not raise his arms above his head But he never had a problem raising his voice Even when his terminal illness put him in a wheelchair you never had a problem knowing where John McCain stood Later in my career I testified before him on numerous occasions Some of them were a walk in the park when he agreed with my assessments of the resurgence of Russia the need for more troops in Afghanistan and the danger of a rising China for example But when you were not in alignment with the Senator and eventually when he became the Chairman of the powerful Senate Armed Service Committee it could be a rough sea to sail Although the son and grandson of four-star admirals when he was grilling you in testimony you would swear he was the progeny of drill sergeants No one could lead a witness like Senator McCain and his knowledge of the issues was unparalleled Overseas he was regarded as a fundamental plank in the trans-Atlantic bridge It is truly hard to imagine NATO or especially the prestigious Munich Security Conference (the Davos of international security) without John McCain Not only was he a Lion of the Senate he was a postCold War Lion of NATO and the Alliance is a little less secure in its footing today In that international world he will also be missed for his willingness to call out the current President who has been churlish in damning this American hero with occasional insult ("I like people who werent captured") or faint praise The constellation of American allies from Colombia to Afghanistan to NATO to Japan will all miss his deep understanding of the importance of our network of allies partners and friends All of that matters in understanding the man But what is most important to me about John McCain more than every other aspect of his long and eventful life is how well he represented the seemingly forgotten center in American politics We are so bitterly polarized today but McCain could credibly reach out to both the left and the right He could see both east and west but he resolutely followed his own compass to true north There are precious few in the American body politic who could claim that so truly as John McCain and we are poorer for his passing in that regard above all else For all the times he flayed me in testimony or that I disagreed with some aspect of his views I deeply honor the long voyage of his life and all that he stood for He sailed true north through a long and vital life and I hope to see him again across that distant sea we all must sail one day Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsAccording to Merriam-Webster a nightcrawler is just an earthworm used for fish bait There’s nothing particularly menacing about that But Lou Bloom the subject of writer-director Dan Gilroy’s smart semi-profound new thriller is no wriggling victim He’s a predator and a parasite a bottom feeder who’ll find you at your lowest point and bite you in the butt as he takes your picture Lou played by Jake Gyllenhaal with the smiling stare of a Boy Scout tinged with madness is a freelance news cameraman; he shoots video of grieving widows home-invasion casualties and human roadkill for Los Angeles TV stations He’s the original Paparazzo of Fellini’s La Dolce Vita updated to the TMZ age The initials of that tabloid website stand for Thirty Mile Zone the radius of glamour and tattle that stretches from the old movie studios in Burbank to the porn factories in the San Fernando Valley That’s the beat that Lou pounds Not long ago he was a petty thief who stole barricades from work sites to sell wholesale; basically he was a fence fence Then he found a more lucrative line of work and more important a vocation muscling into crime scenes like a coroner with a camera The TV news maxim “If it bleeds it leads” isn’t a declaration of journalistic principles; it’s a simple economic assessment of the viewers’ taste for sensation which brings the stations big money and high ratings You want to see this stuff up-close and purple right Lou’s the guy who gets it for you Tipped to the cool danger and commercial potential of the job by veteran cameraman Joe Loder (Bill Pitman) Lou endures some tyro humiliations before getting the gist and hiring a nave assistant named Rick (Riz Ahmed) When he manages to secure his own view of a family crime scene Lou finds an enabler in Nina Romina (Rene Russo) the news director at struggling Channel 6 Her crafty advice: Look for a victim “preferably well-off and white” so the tragedy stirs the viewer’s empathy and envy "I want something people cant turn away from" she tells Lou "Think of our news as a screaming woman running down the street with her throat cut" Sounds like something out of a Halloween slasher movie But why should people spend money at a theater when they can get the same stuff for free and for real at home To gauge how far media standards have fallen think of James L Brookss 1987 Broadcast News There the big ethical test that William Hurts TV anchor failed was to ask for a reaction shot of him misting up at a rape victims testimony These days you’ll see that condoling frowny face on nearly TV-news emissary The job description has devolved from being the fearless reporter of facts to being the first person who hears them and cues the viewer’s emotions What Stephen Colbert announced on the first episode of The Colbert Report in 2005 “Anyone can read the news to you; I promise to feel the news at you” has festered from parody to paradigm And with certain stories to paranoia about nonexistent crises: Think of Ebola as a screaming nurse running through America trying to infect everyone That’s not the truth; it’s Truthiness “You know what FEAR stands for” Lou asks Rick and then defines the acronym as if it were a condemnation of much TV news on Ebola: “False Evidence Appearing Real” Lou is just taking the pictures; the editors and on-air talent get to distort their meaning But even he sees himself as an interpreter of violent news One might call him an artist He tells Nina that he’s "focusing on framing": adjusting each element for compositional balance and maximum emotional impact One difference: When he moves family photos on a refrigerator to be nearer the bullet holes or drags a fresh highway corpse into the dead man’s car headlights hes tampering with a crime scene No matter; that’s just show business Besides being a cinematographer of True Gore (or Truthy Gore) is not what Lou has in mind What he really wants to do is direct to stage a violent encounter so he can get the exclusive footage Plenty to chew on here: to begin with the satire of Paddy Chayefsky’s Network updated to 21st-century local news Gilroy though is less interested in pointing fingers than in painting a figure of modern derangement Alone at home Lou calmly waters his houseplant irons his shirt and gets a laugh from watching Danny Kaye in The Court Jester on TV Aside from his black-market gig we know nothing of his past He certainly talks a lot in precise elocution full of long sentences hes memorized from self-help websites but with the demeanor of a robot programmed to speak like a business executive in a hurry Never does he open up to anyone about his private compulsions And only once do we get a peek at the inner Lou: when he glimpses his frustration in the bathroom mirror and smashes it The sliver of mirror that remains reveals his angry face A mesmerizing cipher Lou is a spiritual descendant of Robert De Niro’s Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver and of the withholding protagonists in the existential French crime films of Robert Bresson and Jean-Pierre Melville the directors who inspired Taxi Driver screenwriter Paul Schrader That Martin Scorsese picture with its throbbing Bernard Hermann score must also have been a touchstone for Nightcrawler composer James Newton Howard But this movie has its own look thanks to director of photography Robert Elswit (who shot all of Paul Thomas Anderson’s features except The Master plus Salt The Town and the fourth Mission: Impossible) He brings after-dark LA to gorgeous menacing life without hosing down the streets to make them glisten Just the opening late-evening shots of various city landmarks should earn Elswit an Oscar nomination At the center and rarely off-screen Gyllenhaal inhabits Lou with creepy authority He ratchets down his usual fretful-puppy winsomeness to create an eloquent yet non-judgmental vessel for the character’s hollow charm careering ambition and pestilential value system As Lou tells Rick "I like to say if youre seeing me youre having the worst day of your life" But if you see him in Nightcrawler youll have a close-up of one of the movie years most compelling sociopaths Hes a conquering worm or an implacable shark something you cant turn away from Contact us at editors@timecom They will lie forever in the USNA cemetery overlooking Hospital Point and the Severn River beyond. but therell be subtle differences compared to recently. and more precisely mobile phones. with eleven of the suspects said to be highly placed in the state.

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