Sunday’s ballyhooed “Unite The Right 2” rally in Washington, D.C., was a laughable failure, but Antifa was there in full force, attacking cops and expressing desire to kill the president.
Several technology executives have come out against the sale of facial-recognition technology to police.
Protests in Chicago continued Monday after police released body-cam video of Saturday's shooting of a 37-year-old black man.
A man who threatened to murder Senator Rand Paul and his family with an ax has been arrested by U.S. Capitol Police.
The FBI arrested a man allegedly plotting to explode a bomb in Cleveland on July 4, but the plot was largely cooked up and abetted by an undercover agent.
Government may not be good at securing borders, balancing budgets, or teaching kids to read, but it apparently can read minds. How else could we have hate-crime law, which is used to punish a person more harshly if he commits a trespass for the “wrong reason”?
Jarrod Ramos killed five people and injured two others at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, Thursday. Lives could have been saved had the victims been able to carry weapons.
“Please Stop Helping Us,” reads the title of a 2014 book by black author Jason Riley. This plea could be uttered to the black race hustlers and white liberals who hamper policing with “racial profiling” propaganda, a move that has helped many blacks — into graves.
“SPLC” may not stand for Sneaky Propaganda and Libel Center, but more and more Americans think it should. This is especially true after the organization had to pay a large settlement to an Islamic reformer it falsely labeled an “anti-Muslim extremist,” a victory that has inspired other targeted entities to also consider suing the SPLC.