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Southern California police agencies missing more than 300 weapons

Police might not know where their guns are, and the law says that’s OK. Southern California police agencies regularly lose track of all manner of firearms, from high-powered rifles and grenade launchers to standard service handguns – weapons that often wind up on the street. An Orange County Register investigation of 134 state and local

It’s time for a law enforcement contract with America

Wayne Allyn Root, Randy Sutton, Five police officers died in Dallas on one terrible day a week ago. Now three more police officers are dead in Baton Rouge and another one is fighting for his life. Don’t “Blue Lives Matter?” How many more cops have to die before politicians and the people unite and announce

Trump University v. Corrupt Judge / Felon Lawyer (Clinton Crooks)

PP Simmons Trump University is getting sued. But who’s suing Trump? A pack of racists and convicted felons – who are friends of Hillary Clinton! Plus, the Judge belongs to racist group LA RAZA! If that’s not shocking, try this: The law firm suing Trump was founded by a convicted FELON who spent 2 years

Find Out How This Law Could Make Praising Obama Mandatory In Schools

 Common Core educational standards already mandate that leftist propaganda be included in virtually any public school lesson taught. Such activism is apparently not enough for Democrat California Assemblyman Chris Holden, though. A recent bill he sponsored – which passed the Assembly and is now headed for the state Senate – would force high school history

Migron and the Threat to Israeli Democracy

By Tuesday, 50 Israeli families will have been tossed out of their homes in their village of Migron, which is set for destruction. They will not be dispossessed because they unlawfully squatted on someone else’s property. The residents of Migron will be tossed from their homes – on the order of the Supreme Court –

Ohio Must Restore Three Days of Early Voting, Judge Rules

A U.S. judge in Ohio threw out a Republican-backed law that cut three days of early voting for most of the state’s citizens, handing a victory to President Barack Obama’s campaign organization. In a third setback for Republican-sponsored election law changes this week, U.S. District Judge Peter Economus in Columbus ruled that Ohio can’t give