Blaming the military for police shootings is too easy

July 22, 2016

In the last two weeks, 8 police officers from Dallas and Baton Rouge have been massacred by two black men who both served their country in the military.

How 'sanctuary hospitals' cost America big

July 22, 2016

What’s so galling is that while Americans struggle to pay their bills, freeloaders from other countries get the same care at no cost by gaming our generous open-door hospital policies.

From AMIA To Nice: A War We Still Fail To Agree To Fight

July 22, 2016

Since terrorist attacks are likely to multiply rather than recede, an effective show of unity to prevent further attacks would be the best homage we could pay to the victims of AMIA, 9/11, Brussels, Paris, Istanbul, Bangladesh, and Nice.

Freddie Gray Case: The War on Cops ... in the Courtroom

July 22, 2016

After four trials – a hung jury before a panel that Mosby did her best to taint with unfair prejudice, plus three acquittals on all charges by Judge Williams – the critical facts are now abundantly clear.

Five questions for Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott

July 21, 2016

In the wake of the nationwide ambush-shootings of police officers, Sheriff Leon and his Sheriff’s Dept. reflect an entirely different dynamic wherein a mutual respect and public trust seems to exist between all parties.

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