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Comey’s statement fails to deliver the smoking gun Democrats craved

Alan Dershowitz, Former FBI Director James Comey’s written statement, which was released in advance of his Thursday testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, does not provide evidence that President Trump committed obstruction of justice or any other crime. Indeed it strongly suggests that even under the broadest reasonable definition of obstruction, no such crime was

Students Hijack Pro-Police Speech at Southern California School

Cortney O’Brien, Author Heather Mac Donald was scheduled to speak about her book “The War on Cops” at Claremont McKenna College in southern California last week, but student protesters had other plans. Mac Donald didn’t quite get 30 minutes into her speech before angry activists began pounding on the windows, shouting “f*** the police!” and “black lives

Sessions warns that overhaul of Baltimore police may result in ‘a less safe city’

Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned that the agreement negotiated under the Obama administration to overhaul the troubled Baltimore police force may result in “a less safe city.” His warning comes after a federal judge approved the agreement despite the harsh objections from the Justice Department. President Trump’s attorney general said in a statement Friday that the

On Criminal Justice Reform, Alabama Should Look To Texas

Young Voices Advocates, Editor’s note: This column was authored by Jonathan Haggerty.  Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley recently announced a new initiative aimed at addressing the state’s overcrowding problem,with 23,000 prisoners in facilities designed for about 13,000. The “Alabama Prison Transformation Initiative” would consolidate the state’s fourteen prisons into four mega–prisons, costing taxpayers about $800 million. Amazingly, Bentley