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America’s Prison Guards Are The ‘Ugly Stepchildren’ Of The Criminal Justice System

Erin Fuchs, A shocking indictment of 13 Baltimore prison guards is an extreme example of what happens when people on the “lowest rung” of the criminal justice career ladder succumb to corruption. The Baltimore case is the most disturbing case of prison guard corruption in recent memory. Guards allegedly snuck cellphones and other contraband to Black

The Real Victim: When a crazy stabber belongs to an intersectional “marginalized” group.

Daniel Greenfield, Kenny Herring was very angry over a neighbor’s barbecue fire. It was early in the morning in St. Louis. Kristy Lynn Thompson, Kenny’s wife, handed him a large butcher knife. And then Kenny tried to make mincemeat out of his neighbor. When the cops came, the neighbor had stab wounds on his face

Search underway for 10 sailors after USS John S. McCain collision near Singapore

American, Singaporean and Malaysian armed forces on Monday are searching for 10 U.S. sailors missing after an early-morning collision between a Navy destroyer and a tanker near Singapore–the second collision involving a Navy ship in the Asia-Pacific region in two months. The Navy says five sailors were hurt in Monday’s collision between the USS John

Pedophile Sanctuary State: 32 Illegal Alien Sex Offenders Busted in 10 Days in New York

Daniel Greenfield, It’s actually worse than I’m making it sound. 32 illegal alien pedophiles were arrested in 10 days only in Long Island.   Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 32 convicted sexual predators during a 10-day period, ending Aug. 3 in Long Island in an enforcement effort dubbed

California Plotting to Defy Sanctuary City Crackdown

Lloyd Billingsley, What the radical state attorney general has up his sleeve. The Trump administration aims to withhold nearly $18 million in federal grant money from states that offer sanctuary to illegals. California’s attorney general Xavier Becerra is pondering a plan to grab the federal money and still protect those who entered the country illegally. 

The Lyin’ Queen: Heroic “victim” of right-wing terror pleads guilty to fake death threats

Lloyd Billingsley, On June 1, Karen Mathews Davis pleaded guilty to composing fake death threats, mailing them to herself, then lying to federal agents. That fakery could land the 68-year-old in prison for five years, possibly longer if prosecutors take a second look at her career as the heroic victim of right-wing terrorists.  Karen Mathews

Sanctuary city bans could spread to other states after Texas law signed

A new Texas law cracking down on ‘sanctuary cities’ could inspire other states to take a similar approach, even as the changes spur strong opposition from local Texas officials.  Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed SB-4 into law in a Facebook Live event Sunday evening, effectively banning sanctuary city policies in Texas and giving law enforcement