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Prove Your Case, or Shut Up: A Letter to Darren Wilson Haters

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Darren Wilson has not been proven guilty. “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” – John Adams We enjoy anger

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Child Protective Services Attacking Parents for Letting Kids Walk Home

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When you were a kid, would anyone have thought that your parents were neglecting you by “letting” you walk home from school? My guess is, that that’s just the way it was. Everyone walked. You felt safe and didn’t even

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Killing Cops Soon to be a “Hate Crime?”

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Should killing a police officer constitute a “hate crime?” It’s pretty amazing how the media are able to give their viewers and readers certain opinions, without those viewers and readers even realizing it. Just six months ago, I doubt most

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New York Vet Has Guns Confiscated by Police Because He Had Trouble Sleeping

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A man had his guns confiscated on a crazy pretext. This is supposedly New York’s attempt at keeping guns out of the “wrong hands.” Under New York’s SAFE Act, medical professionals have to report to police if they believe one

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NYPD Practically Stops Making Arrests; Total Chaos Follows

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By “ total chaos, ” I mean nothing really changed, except a lot fewer people were harassed by police. And yes, I used the term “harass,” because I’m “anti-cop,” a “cop-hater,” “cop-killer sympathizer,” and I love Mayor de Blasio. Any

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Is There Really a “War on Police” on Account of a “Few Bad Apple” Protesters?

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I keep seeing headlines around the web detailing occurrences involving civilians trying to kill cops, and writers attributing these incidents to a “war on police.” Other articles pull statistics showing that assaults on cops as well as gun-related police deaths

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Man Jailed for Recording Police

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An Orlando man was jailed for recording police as they arrested another individual. The man subsequently sued for taking his phone and for false arrest and won a settlement of $15,000. The Blaze reported: Alberto Troche, who sued Orlando police

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Cop Says They Need MRAP to Deal with “Constitutionalists?”

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But why DO the Spokane Sheriffs need an MRAP? A Sheriff’s deputy in Spokane, Washington was being interviewed by someone regarding the department’s possession of an MRAP. The woman interviewing him asked if the MRAP isn’t something that’s more appropriate

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76-Year-Old Tasered Over Expired Tag

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Was this a good reason to be tasered? On top of that, the car was exempt from an inspection, meaning he didn’t have to have proper tags, just the dealer tags it already had. The car was owned by a

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No-Knock Police Raid Victim Shot in the Back, Face Down

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Here is how the no-knock police raid went down: The police had gotten a warrant to search the house of David and Teresa Hooks for meth. But guess who gave the police this information? A meth addict who had come

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What the CIA Torture Report Means for Law Enforcement

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New documents exposing CIA “torture” tactics have been interpreted very differently by different people depending on their political agenda. But one thing is for sure: the CIA agents responsible for the most abhorrent of the alleged actions, whether they constitute

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Illinois Makes it a Felony to Record Police

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Despite the state supreme court, it is now a felony to record police. How many times has a citizen’s recording of his encounter with a police officer (or even the cop’s own dashcam video) helped to corroborate the civilian’s story

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