Month: December 2020

NO GUNS FOR YOU

Sometimes, the weak spots in a law are not clear until a situation comes up that brings them into focus.  Currently, there is a case of a police officer charged with felonies, yet still being allowed access to firearms, which points out such a flaw in the law. Ronald Letendre, former police officer in Dover,…

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A BA TO BECOME A C O P

Studies show that police and wardens who are twenty five and older or who have a college degree are less likely to commit excessive force. California is considering making this a requirement. I support this decision. Police are the only American citizens legally licensed to kill other American citizens. It is a job with great…

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Oh Criminal Tree

An Alabama Sheriff’s department is in hot water over their Christmas tree ornaments.  Seems the department decorated their tree with photos of their “frequent flyers” – criminals they labeled as “thugs” who are habitual criminals that they have seen go through the system a number of times.  Some of the THUGSHOTS are of those arrested, and some…

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