Exodus of Cops from Anti-Police Locales Benefits Pro-Police States

By Stephen Owsinski With decaying environments exacerbated by anti-police politicians and totalitarian-like governance closeting cops like mere brooms, and the constant barrage of denigration infiltrating every cell of a police officer’s being, the extent to which we feel so compelled to take a grand leap of faith in starting over, far away from the malignancy Read More >

Did We Forget About School Safety?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. Before COVID the public outcry for school safety developed closer working relationships with law enforcement agencies. Among those responses was expanding police presence in schools to act as a deterrent, first response, and behavioral intervention to reduce the occurrences of school violence. Now headlines continue to report the canceling Read More >

The New McCarthyism: A Domestic Terrorist Behind Every Badge?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. President Biden advocates a federal domestic terrorism law. Given that the Constitution guarantees not only free speech but free association, even the ACLU is skeptical that the government can keep from repeating past mistakes in criminalizing political and religious activity. Although concerns about radicalization through social media and hate Read More >

Biden Following the Obama Model of Being Bad for Cops

By Steve Pomper  President Donald Trump often showered accolades on America’s men and women in uniform. Many appreciated that sentiment coming from the highest office in the land. It was a change from President Obama’s persistent hostility toward cops. Joe Biden made it clear during a recent CNN town hall that he will be following President Read More >

Sheriff: Slain Trying to Protect the Public, Deputy ‘Stepped Up…Like Cops Do!’

By Stephen Owsinski Yet another occasion to recite the “enough is enough” cry is upon us, and it is once again in my neck of the woods where the community recently said goodbye to Hillsborough County Deputy Brian LaVigne after he was intentionally rammed and killed by a fleeing felon. In stark resemblance, tragedy played Read More >

The Lack of Respect for Cops is Astonishing

By Steve Pomper  Three quasi-adult delinquents threw a fit and demanded a Massachusetts police officer dig out a car they’d just plowed into a pile of snow. The three, Nathaniel Chickering, 18, Bianca Torres, 19, and 21-year-old Michael Rodriquez were driving through a snowstorm on February 2, 2021, at about 12:30 a.m. The driver, Torres, lost Read More >

A New Attack on Police: Police Violence is Gun Violence

By Steve Pomper  In an email update from Dr. John Lott, President of the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC), and author of More Guns, Less Crime, Dr. Lott illuminates yet another disturbing anti-police trend. Something lefties might call intersectionality. Gun control radicals are saying police violence equals so-called gun violence—because cops carry guns. I’m sure we can count Read More >

Cops: Reporting for Duty Despite Calls for ‘Unity’ Contradicted by Anti-Police Noise

By Stephen Owsinski As we enter 2021 with the anti-police rancor still wafting and a new commander-in-chief supplanting the former law-and-order president, it is astonishing that through it all…our nation’s law enforcement officers who took tons of heat, ridicule, criticism, and hatred unwaveringly report for duty and help mete-out societal woes—as best they’re permitted (Google Read More >

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