Category Archives: Police and Law Enforcement
The past week has been one of many sorrows. Adding to them is the death of a pivotal figure in the liberty movement, William Norman Grigg, a cofounder of the Libertarian Institute and a fastidious investigative reporter documenting corruption within … Continue reading
In Should Libertarians Support a Police State? open borders advocate Jacob Hornberger writes: Our American ancestors tried to protect people from unreasonable searches by federal officials. They understood that a free society necessarily depends on external constraints placed on the … Continue reading
Courtesy of a 2014 study conducted at Washington State University. The summary summarizes the findings succinctly (bold emphasis added). Participants in an innovative study of deadly force were more likely to feel threatened in scenarios involving black people. But when it … Continue reading
Like police in El Paso did when a woman’s car fell into a drainage canal, according to the local news station.
No joke. During a recent City Council meeting, Indianapolis Police Chief Rick Hite said the following: I am a soldier in an army.