We need to ensure police officers are well trained, trustworthy, and of sound character, but we also need laws and rules of conduct that encourage the best outcomes.
During a Monday press conference, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said it was time for CHOP to close down. ‘Enough is enough,’ she declared.
They came, they saw, they killed and raped and pillaged. CHOP was clearly a wild success.
With weak mayors and powerless police, we have little choice but to take our safety into our own hands.
Americans must resist the push to conflate dissimilar events in order to promote the radical political aims of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Proudly labeling Camden’s transformation as the result of disbanding its police force isn’t the whole story. Camden reorganized and grew its police force.
A social worker and an abortionist won’t do you much good when an armed intruder is breaking into your home in the night — and if Democrats had their way, you’d be rendered defenseless as well.
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What does any of this have to do with healing our nation? The answer is, ‘nothing.’ And that’s the point.
Circumstances around Floyd’s death reveal a list of failures, most of which could have been addressed with deliberation, persistence, and follow-up — things notoriously lacking in our political system.
According to Chief Arradondo, the decision was the result of a set of reforms that he intends to use to “[ensure] the public safety of our residents.”
With aspirations for change beyond racial justice, organizers instead left the meeting disappointed and “out of patience.”
While it’s not yet clear when the NFL season will start, one thing is certain: If and when play resumes, the fiery debate over systemic discrimination, police brutality, and the American flag will return.
If the entire concept of policing were no more than slave patrolling with badges, fixing it would be impossible. But modern police departments are a product of 1829, not 1619.
Emotions are high, and kneeling now is very tempting. But NFL players should just know this: Once you kneel, you will never get up again.
In the court of public opinion, perception decides whether an officer has exercised his powers prudently. The tragic death of George Floyd is no exception.
“I am not going to accept the narrative that this is the best the black community has to offer,” said conservative activist Candance Owens in a viral video.
Racism isn’t solved by exalting race to a daily catechesis and ‘elevating black voices’ in a form of white saviorism. This paternalism is everywhere.
There’s more to this chaos than the unjust killing of George Floyd. The mob will never be satisfied.
By all accounts, the death of George Floyd looks like murder by a police officer. Attempting to burn down one of the Midwest’s most beloved cities won’t ensure justice.
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