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Kentucky Passes Blue Lives Matter Law, Makes It A Hate Crime To Target Police

Matt Vespa, To counter the instances of shooting in which police officers were targeted, the state of Kentucky has passed a new law that makes it a hate crime to target law enforcement. Republican Gov. Matt Bevin signed the blue lives matter bill into law. Louisiana also passed a law that afforded hate crime protections

DHS Issues Report About Sanctuary Cities That Refused to Cooperate

Leah Barkoukis, The Department of Homeland Security on Monday issued its first ‘detainer’ report, identifying sanctuary cities where local police have released illegal immigrants despite requests by federal authorities to detain them. The report lists 118 law enforcement agencies that refused to cooperate with federal authorities.   The new report by the Department of Homeland Security

Navy admiral, 8 others indicted in ongoing ‘Fat Leonard’ corruption dragnet

Doug G. Ware, The charges say naval officials took bribes that included expensive watches, cigars, liquor, prostitutes and wild sex parties. The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday leveled new corruption charges against several current or former Navy officers in its far-reaching “Fat Leonard” investigation — which is shaping up to be one of the

‘Outmanned & outgunned:’ Tribal police officers face dangerous challenges

The shooting death of 27-year-old Navajo Nation Police Officer Houston James Largo, who was responding to a routine domestic violence call in the remote community of Prewitt, N.M. on Sunday, highlights the unique challenges his agency faces in fighting crime. Tribal officers often patrol vast, desolate areas – sometimes 1,000 miles at a time –

Here Are 15 Things Trump Has Done Since His Inauguration

Aaron Bandler, The Hill recently published a piece summarizing what has occurred in the first 50 days of Donald Trump’s presidency, as well as what he has accomplished. Trump hasn’t signed a lot of legislation, but The Hill notes that he has signed 16 executive orders so far. Barack Obama signed 17 at this point in his presidency. Here

Bay Area Trump Event Marred By Violent Clashes With Left Wing Protesters

Matt Vespa, It’s not really shocking this happened, but it should be. Whenever American flags are burned and people are assaulted for exercising their First Amendment rights, it should be disturbing. In San Francisco Bay Area, left wing protesters did just that at a “March 4 Trump” event held in Martin Luther Jr. Civic Center Park. In

Munger’s Well-Intentioned But Stupid Plan That Handed Over California to the Democrats

Bruce Bialosky, Back in the early part of the last decade, people often asked me about running for public office. Other than I could not afford it because I was putting two kids through private school, I told them I could not run for any office except a statewide position because as a Republican it

Capitol Hill hijinks over long-awaited ObamaCare bill signals GOP urgency

The late, great Leonard Nimoy of “Star Trek” fame later hosted the syndicated TV show “In Search Of …” back in the 1970s and early 1980s. The program probed the mysterious and paranormal. The show examined phenomena like Big Foot, the Loch Ness Monster, UFO’s, ghosts, the Bermuda Triangle and whatever happened to Amelia Earhart.

Lawmaker wants bill banning police from having sex with prostitutes during investigations

A Michigan lawmaker and professor are crafting a bill that would ban police officers from having sex with prostitutes during investigations, Michigan Radio reported. The report, which was published on Monday, said that Michigan appears to be the only state that grants immunity to police officers. “The reason the law is structured the way it