In a press conference, after the neutralization of the Dallas shooter, Chief David Brown said “We saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was. Other options would have exposed our officers to grave danger. The suspect is deceased…He’s been deceased because of a detonation of the bomb.” I’m … Continue reading Here’s To Hoping The Dallas “Bomb Robot” Remains The Exception For Lethal Force
Social scientists understand racism as a multidimensional and highly adaptive system—a system that ensures an unequal distribution of resources between racial groups. Because whites built and dominate all significant institutions, (often at the expense of and on the uncompensated labor of other groups), their interests are embedded in the foundation of U.S. society. If you just read the above quote, you’re probably angry or at … Continue reading Hey Republicans, It’s Time For A New Strategy On America’s Racial Tension
“How strangely will the Tools of a Tyrant pervert the plain Meaning of Words!” -Samuel Adams When it comes to big government, progressive Statism, words are merely a nuisance that obstruct the growth of government power. When those words have meanings that seek to limit the scheming of Statists abroad, how often do we see them ignore the planing meaning of those words? The Constitution is … Continue reading A Clearer Bill of Rights- Amendment IV
There have been several incidents as of late in which cops have been accused of “excessive use of force, and of course, racism. The first incident took place at a poll party in McKinney, Texas. The officer resigned amidst allegation of excessive of force and racism. Last week, police in Fairfield, Ohio, were involved in a similar incident which took place at a public pool. … Continue reading Fairfield, Ohio Police Are Not Racist
In the scuttlebutt about the Michael Brown/Darren Wilson incident in Ferguson, an incident which occurred just a few weeks before slipped from our minds and the news media. Now that a grand jury has ruled that Officer Wilson will not be indicted, and most of the rioters in Ferguson have gone home, we recall the tragic death of Eric Garner which occurred on July 17, … Continue reading The Zehnder Weekly: Eric Garner and Michael Brown are not the Same Story
It is time for Americans at large to watch what is going on not just in Ferguson, MO, but all across the country with local police forces. In the waning years of the Iraqi and Afghan wars, surplus military vehicles and supplies have made their way onto the market for small town police forces to grab up and take to the streets of Everywhere, USA. … Continue reading Riots in Missouri Bring Needed Attention to Police Power in the U.S.
In recent days, police power has been the highlight many news broadcast across the nation. Everyone from your neighbor to the President himself has addressed the issue because of how pressing the matter is. We want to hear from you! If you would care to explain your rationale, please do so in the comments section! Continue reading Poll: Police Power in America
In his closing monologue on July 18, liberal comedy show host Bill Maher hit hard against the overwhelming militarization of America’s police force as a danger to our society. Maher highlighted the possession of tanks and grenade launchers by small town police forces as being completely unnecessary and an abuse of power. We all know what it’s like when we get a new toy: we … Continue reading Bill Maher Slams America’s Militarized Police Culture