Category Archives: Police

Seething Mob Shuts Down Speech by Pro-Cop Writer Heather Mac Donald as Event Turns Violent

Heat Street: An “angry mob” of protesters effective shut down a speech by a pro-law enforcement scholar at Claremont McKenna College on Friday, surrounding the building, screaming obscenities and banging on windows. Manhattan Institute fellow Heather Mac Donald, who is … Continue reading

Posted in Blacks, BLM, Heather MacDonald, Police | Comments Off on Seething Mob Shuts Down Speech by Pro-Cop Writer Heather Mac Donald as Event Turns Violent

Two Police Murdered In Palm Springs

Steve Sailer writes: “There are always many crazy people in this world. But when the authorities figures of government, politics, media, NGOs, and academia encourage angry young men to feel even more unjustly victimized by cops than they would anyway, … Continue reading

Posted in America, Police | Comments Off on Two Police Murdered In Palm Springs

I’m glad police are mowing down the mentally ill who are a social menace. If someone is a threat to hurt innocents and they won’t obey police orders, put them down.

If somebody is so mentally ill that they don’t know what they’re doing and they’re threatening the public order, they shouldn’t be allowed around decent people. A woman who claims a man was so charismatic that she couldn’t help sleeping … Continue reading

Posted in Police | Comments Off on I’m glad police are mowing down the mentally ill who are a social menace. If someone is a threat to hurt innocents and they won’t obey police orders, put them down.

ADL Criticizes ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Bill That Would Make Police Shootings a Hate Crime

You rarely find Jews in any movement that seeks to enhance the rights of the majority at the expense of minorities but you frequently find Jews in movements that seek to enhance the rights of minorities at the expense of … Continue reading

Posted in ADL, Police | Comments Off on ADL Criticizes ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Bill That Would Make Police Shootings a Hate Crime

NYT: Bratton, Who Shaped an Era in Policing, Tries to Navigate a Racial Divide

New York Times: As he signals the end of his tenure as New York City police commissioner, William J. Bratton is attempting perhaps his most difficult task: tackling mistrust between officers and minority communities. Good luck with that. There’s no … Continue reading

Posted in Blacks, Crime, Police | Comments Off on NYT: Bratton, Who Shaped an Era in Policing, Tries to Navigate a Racial Divide