The police could have moved the white supremacists to the back of the park and loaded them on buses. Instead, the Klan was pushed out onto E. Market Street, where Antifa was waiting.
Seattle sent the message that law enforcement will take pretty reasonable measures to ensure that tense situations don’t explode into violent situations. Durham didn’t.
Emily Ekins, director of polling at Cato Institute, joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the results from polling of Americans on specific issues.
Despite racial disagreement on the way police interact with their communities, no demographic is ‘anti-cop’—and a majority agrees on needed reforms.
If you’re scared an Arab is going to kill you, you need to question your narrative. You need to do the same if you’re walking down the street fearing the cops are going to shoot you.
There may still be time to head off violence on a level of Watts, Rodney King, or the Holy Week uprisings of 1968. Any viable solution to the problem must involve greater accountability from everyone.
Black Lives Matter protesters call for the New York City Police Department to be disbanded. Mayor Bill de Blasio awards them a scalp.
Jimmy Kimmel says policing Muslim neighborhoods will lead to more violent jihad. What a bigoted idea.
When the details of a handful of police shooting cases radically form public opinion, we’re likely to end up with a badly distorted picture.
When you refuse to hold individuals to account for their actions and assume we’re all victims of the system, going cop-free makes sense.
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