Police Punish the ‘Good Apples’

Police officers in the United States engage in all manner of bad behavior, such as excessive force, sexual misconduct, financial impropriety, and the manipulation of evidence. Holding them to account criminally, civilly, or professionally is extremely difficult, even in cases involving blatant malpractice and misconduct.

Gun crime down 80%. But why does the media say differently?

(note: we've started this video at 4:30 for purposes of our point. But viewing the entire video is highly recommended! -Ed.)

Sheriff Grady tells rioters, looters to stay out of Polk County

How Police Unions Became Such Powerful Opponents to Reform Efforts

Over the past five years, as demands for reform have mounted in the aftermath of police violence in cities like Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and now Minneapolis, police unions have emerged as one of the most significant roadblocks to change. The greater the political pressure for reform, the more defiant the unions often are in resisting it — with few city officials, including liberal leaders, able to overcome their opposition.

Kobach: The Riots Remind Us Why We Need the Second Amendment

For years, Philadelphia has been run by liberal progressives who oppose private gun ownership. In Philadelphia, a permit is required to carry a gun or transport one in a vehicle. Although Pennsylvania state law prohibits Philadelphia from enacting all of the gun control measures the city’s leaders wish, the city’s website reads like a gun control propaganda sheet.

American Gun Owners Help Each Other Defend Businesses, Homes, Against Rioters

Philosophical figures as diverse as “traditionalist” Edmund Burke and “naturalist” George Santayana have stated similar versions of the phrase, “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” And today, many Americans are “learning that they’ve learned.”

They remember the indie Koreatown store owners who, often left without police protection during the 1992 Los Angeles Rodney King Beating riots, defended their lives, their property, and the well-being of their neighbors, by wielding guns against the wilding hordes.

Headline: This is Why You Need The Second Amendment

Armed Neighborhood Groups Form In The Absence Of Police Protection

Cesia Baires knocks on the three apartment doors above her restaurant and a neighboring taqueria just before curfew.

A woman opens the door. Her two young children are inside.

"Remember," she says to them in Spanish. "Same thing as yesterday. I'm going to come check on you. If there's anything you guys need, give us a call right away."

America Has Added 2 MILLION First-Time Gun Owners In Five Months, Including 800,000 Women

When the chips are down, gun sales are up! Americans have become acutely aware of various threats to their safety and their rights in the last six months.

We reported earlier this week how May of 2020 saw record breaking gun sales. In fact, sales were up 80% over May of last year.

Deadly shooting near George Floyd protest as looting, arson grip Minneapolis

Protests in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd took a dramatic turn for the worse Wednesday night as city police responded to stores in the city being looted and burned as well as a deadly shooting at a protest location.

Multiple reports indicated that Mayor Jacob Frey reached out to Gov. Tim Walz to deploy the National Guard to the city. The mayor’s office did not immediately respond to Fox News seeking comment.


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