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Thank Obama For Placing Portland Police In A Straightjacket

BY BOB BARR Thanks to the Obama administration’s legacy of promoting baseless charges of racism against police departments across the country, the Portland Police Department...

Red Light Cameras Headed to Graveyard of Bad Ideas

BY BOB BARR When America’s first red light camera system was installed in Jackson, Mississippi in 1992, it was hailed as the beginning of a...

Reserve Police Officers – A Timely Resource for Combatting Crime

BY BOB BARR On the surface, national crime statistics confirm that violent crime rates have decreased significantly from their peak in the early 1990s. The...
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President Trump Gives Remarks on MS-13 to Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement

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Leftists Use Black Lives Matter to Exploit Blacks, Again

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Recently, my black brother shared an unfortunate incident. Years ago, police in two unmarked cars blocked his car. They jumped...

John Brennan’s Deserving CIA Reorganization Plan

BY BOB BARR We tend to meet any new situation by reorganizing, and a wonderful method it can be for creating the illusion of progress...

Court Blocks Sheriff From Arresting Illegals

BY PHYLISS SCHLAFLY Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was doing his job and enforcing Arizona laws against illegal aliens who used stolen identities to get...

Obama Police Task Force Report Includes Worrying Recommendation

MATTHEW FEENEY, CATO INSTITUTE Yesterday, President Obama met with the Task Force on 21st Century Policing, which on the same day released an interim report...

Militarizing Law Enforcement – “We’re Not in Mayberry Anymore”

BY BOB BARR The University of the Incarnate Word is a highly-rated Catholic college in San Antonio, Texas. It is hardly a hot bed of...

Chicago mobster dies behind bars after a life of murder and mayhem

BY JIM KOURI A top Chicago mobster serving a life sentence in federal prison died behind bars on Christmas, according to a law enforcement source...

Afghan cop murders American police advisor in Kabul

BY JIM KOURI An American police advisor contracted by NATO was shot to death on Christmas Eve (Monday) when an Afghan female police officer allegedly...

Mexican president unveils his new law and order strategy

BY JIM KOURI Newly elected Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced on Monday his new security and public safety strategy, which "focuses on the transformation...

Kiriakou Charged with Disclosing Classified Information

U.S.NEWS, PETER FOWLER (Newsroom America) -- A former CIA officer, John Kiriakou, has been charged with repeatedly disclosing classified information to journalists, including the name...

New Poll Shows Strong Dissatisfaction with Washington

LIBERTY ALERTS, CORRUPTION CHRONICLES (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch, the organization that investigates and fights government corruption, today released the results of a new nationwide...

Major Lawsuit Filed Today Seeks to Shine Light On Georgia Law

Georgia has some of the worst civil forfeiture laws and practices in the country.

National Security Agencies Fail To Protect U.S.

Nearly a decade after the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, government agencies charged with protecting the nation from terrorism can’t seem to get their act together, repeatedly failing to adequately shield the U.S. from threats mainly because they won’t work together.

Are Cameras the New Guns?

In response to a flood of Facebook and YouTube videos that depict police abuse, a new trend in law enforcement is gaining popularity. In at least three states (Illinois, Massachusetts, and Maryland), it is now illegal to record an on-duty police officer even if the encounter involves you and may be necessary to your defense, and even if the recording is on a public street where no expectation of privacy exists.

Feds Warn Of Terrorists Sneaking Into U.S. Through Mexico

The Department of Homeland Security has warned Texas law enforcement agencies that a renowned Al Qaeda terrorist is planning to sneak into the U.S. through Mexico, illustrating that Middle Eastern extremists continue to exploit the porous southern border in their quest to harm Americans.

State Law Aims To Protect Felons

To facilitate life after prison and avoid discrimination, Massachusetts is on the verge of enacting legislation that will protect convicted criminals by concealing their records from potential employers and landlords.