The tactic continues to work, moving once-local police departments under the de facto control of the federal government.
And Not a Shot Is Fired: Baltimore City Council Assents to Federal Consent Decree Over Its Police DepartmentWritten by Bob Adelmann
In the consent decree that was forced on the city of Baltimore by the federal government, for those with eyes to see, the pattern of the takeover is clear.
The discovery process in the case against Baltimore's state attorney Marilyn Mosby for malicious prosecution of six officers in the Freddie Gray case has the potential to uncover much of Mosby's intentions, connections, and deliberate assault on the judicial process in Baltimore.
The Obama administration, in its waning days, is busily destroying public records to protect its image, charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
After Fridays' shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport, Florida State Representative Jake Raburn said "there could have been the potential for people to protect themselves in that situation” if a bill he filed had already been law.
It's one thing to continue to work well past retirement age, but reporting income to the Social Security Administration after dying is ridiculous.
Data released by the Chicago Police Department reveals that 2016 was the city’s deadliest year in 20 years, proving once more that strict gun laws do little to reduce gun violence and in fact turn law-abiding citizens into prey for criminals.
Texas law-enforcement officers are continuing their investigation of the fatal shooting of a man who was fishing on Falcon Lake, which straddles the U.S.-Mexican border.
“Free us or you die, cracker!” This was among many incendiary comments made by armed Revolutionary Black Panther agitators marching through Milwaukee streets on Sunday. Calling themselves a “human-rights tribunal,” the men directed vulgar chants at police and complained of “genocide” against black people.