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Good Guy With a Gun Stops Armed Robbery Spree

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What’s interesting about this case is that this good guy with a gun would have been the armed robber’s second victim. The first victim wasn’t armed, and the robber stole $900 in cash from him at gunpoint. But not all

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Harvard Law Professor: No One Wants to Study Rape Law!


After reading the title, I bet I can guess your response.  Of Course Not! Why in the world would anyone want to study “Rape Law” unless they were a psychotic feminist who enjoys looking down their nose at the rest

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Experts Baffled How Sydney Hostage Taker Got Firearm

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How did the Sydney hostage taker obtain a rifle? Reaction to the Sydney siege has ranged from absolute horror to stunned sadness, but as the dust has settled, one question remains: How did Man Haron Monis obtain his firearm? Shortly

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Why Won't Lena Dunham Take Legal Action To Stop Her Rapist?

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The way Lena Dunham is responding to her rape is hard to understand. “Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice

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How "Hands up. Don't shoot!" Is Creating A Monster

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You have likely heard the phrase “Hands up. Don’t shoot!” numerous times over the last several months. On August 9th, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri, shortly after strong-arm robbing a convenience store, 18 year-old Michael Brown got into an altercation with

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There Is Not A Widespread Bias Against Blacks Within The Police Force & The Legal System


We need to debunk the Widespread Bias myth. According an NBC/Marist poll: “The grand jury decisions not to indict police officers who killed unarmed men in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York have revealed a huge racial divide in how

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Why I Agree With the Exoneration of Officer Pantaleo

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Did Officer Pantaleo cross the line? “There are no facts, only interpretations.” – Friedrich Nietzsche On July 17th, 2014, New York police approached Eric Garner outside a Tompkinsville strip mall. They believed that he had been selling loose cigarettes, which

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Why Prohibited from Questioning Alleged Rape Victims?

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“It’s really time for people to understand that rape denialism is like Holocaust denialism: Broad refusal to accept reality.” – Amanda Marcotte How do you judge what is, or is not, reality? Human beings are a rash species, prone to

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Conservative Leader says there should be a Civil Rights Investigation into Eric Garner's Killing

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Conservative thinker and leader George Will was on Fox News defending efforts to bring a Civil Rights investigation into the choking death of Eric Garner at the hands of the New York police. “This is exactly what this law was

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This Robber Wished Red Lobster were a Gun-Free Zone

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Thankfully, Red Lobster hasn’t fallen for Bloomberg’s campaign to make all businesses and establishments gun-free zones. Apparently, the restaurant simply follows respective state laws regarding open and concealed carry. It’s a good thing, because this Las Vegas Red Lobster got

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President George W. Bush says Garner Grand Jury Decision "Hard to Understand"

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Former President George W. Bush doesn’t often second guess what happens in daily political life… but he took the time on Friday to do just that when asked about the recent grand jury decision in the death of Eric Garner.

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Vile Race Hustlers Trying To Use The Pantaleo Exoneration To Invalidate The Wilson Exoneration

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Recent events have been an opportunity for race hustlers. Two weeks, two hearings, two grand juries, two potential crimes, two exonerations, anger, and violent mass protests. The proximity of the exonerations of Officer Darren Wilson, and Officer Daniel Pantaleo have

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