National Police Association Files Amicus Brief Supporting Minneapolis Residents Seeking Adequate Staffing of Their Police Department

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 3, 2021 — The National Police Association (NPA) has filed an amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) brief supporting Petitioner Minneapolis resident Cathy Spann and others seeking state district court relief demanding that the City maintain its police force as required under the City Charter. The Minneapolis City Council and Mayor have sought to circumvent the Read More >

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DC Mayor Under Scrutiny Following MAGA Rally

By Steve Pomper   The legacy media didn’t give the “Million MAGA Rally,” held on Saturday, November 14th, 2020, fair coverage, or, for some, any coverage. But it’s already important to revisit some disturbing incidents that occurred at the event because it called police responses into question. And, people need to remember that police department responses Read More >

Cops and Comedic Capers Resulting in Head-Scratching Moments and Hilarity

By Stephen Owsinski As has been stated many times before, with gobs of evidence to back it up, cops have/enjoy the front-row seat to life. The antics and hairbrained scenarios people hatch with seemingly zero forethought is enough to keep offering real-time material for the Dumbest Criminals series. Ergo… According to WFLA News Channel 8, Read More >

Young Boy Prays Over All Police Officers: ‘I Think They Are My Heroes’

By Stephen Owsinski The holiday season is without a doubt a time when people share heartfelt sentiments, gifts, and kindness in an emphasized show of solidarity with other humans. And, boy, do we need a generous sprinkling of those things in the COVID-age (with health-minded modifications, of course). 2020 has been especially rocky, and police Read More >

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