Public Safety and the Glue That Backs the Blue

Public Safety and the Glue That Backs the Blue

By Stephen Owsinski One of the reasons I went into law enforcement stemmed from my childhood, watching NYPD cops and FDNY firefighters and all manner of folks standing behind them, in support, proud of do-gooders in their midst. Many years later, I would feel that same way, except I was in a blue uniform working Read more »

The Reality of Defund the Police on the Streets

By Steve Pomper Logic applies to even the ridiculous defund/abolish the police movement, right? After defunding or abolishing the police, setting aside its massive foolishness, cities must replace it with something else. Most police abolitionists advocate for replacements to be social workers and other unarmed “first responders.” But, some truly unthinking radicals believe the cop void Read more »

Atlanta’s Mayor Shifts Blame from Killer to the Police

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. Robert Aaron Long, 21, was arrested for killing 8 persons and wounding others at 3 massage parlors in the Atlanta, Georgia area that began Tuesday, March 15th, 2021. Long was arrested in Crisp County, GA as law enforcement staged along routes of escape after an alert about the murders. Read more »

Pushback on Open Society Foundations’ Efforts to Purge Traditional Law and Order from American Society

By Steve Pomper  It’s easy, if you’re not paying attention, to be fooled into believing the efforts to defund, abolish, or otherwise disappear traditional American law enforcement is a spontaneous and organic grassroots uprising. Something terrible happened, and people got pissed. But this is too simple and wrong. The complicity of the legacy media with their Read more »

‘I’m Glad Cops Like This Exist’

By Stephen Owsinski I write this a day before the police funeral for Tampa Master Police Officer Jesse Madsen who was killed when he intentionally veered his patrol car head-on into a wrong-way drunk driver traveling at 100 mph on an interstate, saving countless lives in his final action as a law enforcement officer. In Read more »

Will Biden’s New DOJ Encumber Local Law Enforcers?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. The short answer is yes. No advocate of quality policing objects to accountability of police officers or police agencies. The honest question is how to achieve that without gutting the essentials of policing. So far, many of the voices calling for police reform range from the abolition of policing Read more »

Watch the National Police Association Report 3-14-2021

Sunday March 14th at 10am ET with Dr. Jean Kanokogi PhD, Director of Mental Health & Peer Support Services, Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, online at https://Pluto.TV/live-tv/The-First or on the app or after broadcast on

Portland: City Officials Take No Blame for Violent Crime Surge

By Steve Pomper  Portland, Oregon government officials conjure a pathetic excuse for the massive surge in violent crime after months of incessant city-sanctioned leftist violence and efforts to defund and weaken the police. Last July 25th, during one of the nightly exhibitions of anti-government violence, two men were shot, one wounded and one killed. The 27-year-old Read more »