After days of riots and looting and some mostly peaceful protests following the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott — a black man — in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) has released the dashcam and bodycam videos of the shooting. And while — as Charlotte officials had previously said — the videos do not conclusively show Scott pointing a gun at officers, the videos do seem to confirm the officers’ account of what happened Tuesday.

As violence and lawlessness reigned in Charlotte, North Carolina, in the wake of an officer-involved shooting of an armed black man earlier this week, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) crowd claimed that those committing mayhem and violence were “protesting” against racism. But is BLM responding to a real problem or simply using the shooting as another pretext for bringing about revolutionary changes via terror?

Albuquerque police are ignoring laws against civil asset forfeiture and continuing to abuse authority and steal property from residents.

Senator Lindsey Graham is promising to oppose the funding of the federal government if the Export-Import Bank is not funded.

A Nashville city ordinance requires homeowners to obtain city permission before offering their property for rent on Airbnb.

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