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Philadelphia Decriminalized Marijuana, and the City Saved $1 Million as a Result

marijuana leaf

The city of brotherly love decided to decriminalize the possession of marijuana, and what they’ve found is that in the first three months of this year, the city saved an estimated $1 million. It was able to save so much

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State Officials Find 2 Correctional Officers Participating in Baltimore Looting

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When reviewing video footage of the rioting and looting that was going on in Baltimore last month, state officials spotted two officers who work for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services walk out of a 7-Eleven with

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Does Malik Shabazz Hate All Cops, Or Just The White Ones?

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“People who fly into a rage always make a bad landing.” – Will Rogers On Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” Malzberg spoke with Malik Shabazz, the former national chairman of the New Black Panther Party and current national president

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Who Needs the Police when You’ve got Armed, Responsible Neighbors Like This?

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Don’t misunderstand me. I respect the police. And this guy did call the cops to arrest the suspect. But I’d much rather people be armed, vigilant, and responsible like this California man than paranoid and calling the cops all the

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Supreme Court Rules Against Giving Murderer Sex Change Operation

Robert Kosilek

The Supreme Court threw out an appeal by a convicted murderer in prison who wanted to sex change surgery at taxpayer expense to become a woman. Robert Kosilek killed his wife Cheryl McCaul about 25 years ago and was convicted of

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A Note to Those Trying To Justify the Baltimore Riots

Baltimore flames

“Violence is like a weed – it does not die even in the greatest drought.” – Simon Wiesenthal Unmitigated rage has been loosed from its cage once again—but this time in Baltimore. Stores have been looted and set on fire,

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Eric Holder says Farewell and America says Good Riddance!

Eric Holder

“I think we can say now Eric Holder is free,”  — Eric Holder While Eric Holder may think that he is finally free, the truth is that we are finally free of him. One can only hope that new Attorney

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Why is Feeding the Poor Illegal?

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Many individuals are being ticketed for feeding the poor in their cities. The story from San Antonio of Chef Joan Cheever is an illuminating example: On the night she was ticketed, Chef Joan Cheever’s menu included fresh vegetable soup, lamb

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Ending the Vicious Child Support Cycle

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Many commentators have noted the police brutality angle of the Walter Scott shooting, but fewer have mentioned the reason that Walter Scott ran from the police in the first place. He was avoiding child support. Walter Scott had already been

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Police Body Cameras Don’t Ensure Justice, But They Might Decrease Injustice

police body cameras

An interesting article in Slate presents a compelling argument concerning police body cameras: The theory behind the use of body cameras is that video evidence will provide us with some objective truth about what happens in violent encounters between civilians

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FBI Investigates South Carolina Killer Cop for Civil Rights Violations

fleeing car

It was big news the other day when authorities released the dash cam footage showing the initial traffic stop that ended with four bullets in Walter Scott’s back. What we don’t have and probably won’t ever have is what happened

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11 Cops Taser and Beat Surrendered White Suspect

white suspect

First things first. I’m not here to defend the actions of the white suspect who led the police on a high-speed chase that ended when the horse bucked him off in the middle of the desert. The guy’s got a

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