VIDEO - With the recent multiple police attacks, many in positions of power have amped up their plan to nationalize the police. Alex Newman exposes more of this unconstitutional agenda and how you can help solve the problem of corrupt police officers, right in your local police departments. Newman also shares how you can resist nationalization by supporting the independence of local police, rejecting federal grants and regulations and staying educated on these issues.

A customer with a concealed-carry permit probably saved the life of a Washington-state convenience-store clerk Sunday morning by shooting a man who was attacking him with a hatchet.

Local police forces in Connecticut are asking for the ability to use weaponized drones, raising several questions about where the line should be drawn between military forces and local police.

A new report highlights several gross abuses of civil asset forfeiture law by Oklahoma law enforcement. 

The Mississippi Highway Patrol has witnesses who confirm that a silver car swerved toward the SUV driven by Black Confederate activist Anthony Hervey, 49, causing his death as the SUV ran off the highway and rolled over multiple times.

Police have for years used radar scanners to see into homes, but the good news is that, so far, only 50 police departments are using this technology.

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation making California the first state to allow family members to ask a judge to remove firearms from a relative who appears to be a threat to themselves or to others. The bill was inspired by 22-year-old Elliot Rodger, who killed six people on May 23 in a rampage in Isla Vista, California, before taking his own life. Rodger’s parents had stated that they had made multiple attempts to seek help for their troubled son with no success.

Collecting rights along with the garbage, Seattle politicians have decided to micromanage people's refuse.

A newly naturalized oncologist rendered false cancer diagnoses and then administered sickening, body-rending chemotherapy to healthy patients, killing some of them and making millions of dollars in the process.

Intended or not, the consequences of Chicago's continuing efforts to limit gun ownership are falling most heavily on its poor black population, making the situation reminiscent of America's 19th-century racist gun laws.

 

 

 

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