It’s come to this, and won’t end this weekend. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden condemned the shooting Sunday, but still refused to name the organization behind the violence on our streets.
By the end of a year five police officers were killed and dozens wounded and hospitalized by Black Lives Matter radicals, BuzzFeed fondly looked back on 2016 as ‘the year Black Lives Matter went global.’
Every time I hear of a black man being killed by the cops, he’s almost always a criminal thug I have no desire to defend.
Mac Donald discussed the “Ferguson Effect”, discretionary policing, Freddie Gray, the broken windows theory, and what policing is becoming in Chicago, Detroit, and other urban areas.
Laquan McDonald’s death, Tamir Rice’s death, the San Bernardino attack, James Foley’s beheading, nor the Fort Hood attack have moved the president to tears.
Conservatives are usually eager to champion civil liberties against the whims of oppressive government. So why don’t they care about police brutality?
In Baltimore, the government is confronted with a choice between two constituencies: unions and people in need.
Facts get in the way of progress. Fiction, or what is more fashionably called ‘the narrative,’ is the foundation for our great society.
Government agents free to kill unarmed Americans like Freddie Gray—and have the support of conservatives while they do it—is simply unimaginable.
The empty Baltimore Orioles game is a sad commentary on the future of the West.
The opportunity costs of rebuilding Baltimore after its riots will be steep.
Ta-Nehisi Coates wants to avoid hard questions because the case supporting the Baltimore riots is so weak.
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