Law Enforcement

Mississippi city councilman Kenneth Stokes is well known for making controversial statements unbecoming of an individual holding public office, however, his latest comments against law enforcement will leave you shaking your head. Perpetuating anti-law enforcement sentiment following recent police chases in his jurisdiction, Stokes decided to advise members of the community on how they can keep

The death of 25 year old Freddie Gray in Baltimore served as a tipping point for a nation already divided amongst themselves under the failed leadership of a petty and trivial charlatan named Barack Obama. Serving as an example of the absolute worst leadership this great nation has to offer, the death of Freddie Gray

Immediately after websites began advertising genealogy tracing through DNA, privacy advocates warned of the unseen ramifications if that DNA were to land in the wrong hands. While these individuals were initially dismissed as conspiracy theorists, their concerns are now becoming a reality. As websites like Ancestry.com began to sell the idea of using a genetic

Samantha Bennett was stunned to witness the reaction from a group of State Troopers after her 3 year old son waved at them outside of an Alvin, Texas Chili’s Restaurant. The heartwarming encounter reportedly occurred Saturday evening and is likely a moment that neither Grant or the officers involved will ever forget. While Grant Bennett sat

In a world where the daily news is filled with reports of crimes against law enforcement, what this couple did when they saw a police officer at Starbucks has many talking. As the couple sat at a table enjoying their frappuccinos, they noticed an officer walking by and decided to stop him before he left.

Yet another incident proving that anti-law enforcement sentiment is alive and well in Obama’s America… A Pembroke Pines, Florida Arby’s employee has sparked outrage after refusing to serve a customer simply because the individual was a member of the local police force. The sickening incident happened at the Pines Blvd Arby’s on September 1st as a

ABC News reports the DOD has donated 165 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Armored Vehicles to local police across the nation since August! The recent acquisition of an MRAP by municipal law enforcement in Norfolk, VA and the VA/NC border town of Currituck is contributing to the national debate over the militarization of civilian police.

In the wake of this week’s deadly Washington Navy Yard shootings, many Americans are asking why more troops, who could have stopped the shooting, weren’t armed on base.  Here are some straight answers. All military bases throughout the nation only permit law enforcement personnel to carry loaded firearms, reports The Blaze. One Marine dad expressed

Patriotic bikers who requested authorization for a non-stop ride through DC were denied the permit received by Muslim advocacy groups who are marching on DC today. The Bikers are riding anyway and they’re taking DC by storm, reports The Washington Times!  According to The Examiner, 800,000 patriotic bikers, many of whom are veterans, are “swarming”

The Department of Justice is proposing that cellphone records be made more accessible to government.  DOJ deputy assistant attorney general, Jason Weinstein, claims that warrants “cripple” police and prosecutors, at the onset of an investigation.  Consequently, he believes they should be abolished. The Supreme Court ruled on behalf of privacy, earlier in the year, contending

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