Disgusting Police Violence

From More Adventures In Police Professionalism by Radley Balko: U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson recently awarded Barron Bowling $830,000 for the beating he suffered at the hands of DEA Agent Timothy McCue. McCue and Bowling got into an accident in … Continue reading

Claire Berlinski On Why Margaret Thatcher Matters

The video of Glenn Reynolds interview of Claire Berlinksi at PJTV [Reynolds video no longer available but see the video below, TeeJaw 6-3-2012] is well worth watching. It’s about 12 minutes. Berlinski wrote There is No Alternative: Why Margaret Thatcher Matters. I read it … Continue reading

Gloria Allred Has Done Meg Whitman a Favor

Celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred is after Meg Whitman for firing her housekeeper when she learned the housekeeper is illegally in the United States. Allred gave a press conference showing a tearful women who apparently is the former housekeeper. This is, … Continue reading

Obituary of Mr. Unsworth of Rome, Georgia

One can get a glimpse of human mortality make a connection of sort with those who have passed into it by visiting cemeteries and reading obituaries. Lives that are gone leave their larger legacy on those who knew them, or … Continue reading

Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Dan Maes A Fired Cop

Republican candidate for governor of Colorado Dan Maes was fired from the Liberal, Kansas police force in 1985 for revealing confidential information about a criminal investigation to his girlfriend. It was her family that was being investigated for running an … Continue reading

Prosecutorial Injustice in the Criminal Justice System

In 1978, Curtis McGhee and Terry Harrington were convicted of murdering a retired police officer in Pottawattamie County, Iowa and sentenced to life in prison. Twenty-five years later, the release of new files in the cases revealed that prosecutors had … Continue reading

Just 38% Of Voters Say They Would Vote To Re-Elect Obama In 2012

According to the latest POLITICO / George Washington University Battleground Poll. A significant majority of voters are considering voting against President Barack Obama in the 2012 election, expressing sour views of his new health care law and deep skepticism about … Continue reading

Coates Testimony Reveals Justice Department Policy Never to Prosecute Voting Rights Violations When Victims Are White

Former Justice Department Prosecutor Christopher Coates revealed in his testimony yesterday before the U.S. Civil Rights Commission that the Obama Justice Department policy is to never bring prosecutions under the Voting Rights Act of 1965 whenever the perpetrators are race … Continue reading

The Tea Party Explained

J.R. Dunn at The American Thinker: The organization of the Tea Parties, and the effects produced by that organization, are emergent properties, rising out of nowhere with no planning, forethought, or external input, coming into being solely as a result … Continue reading

DA Throws Out 79 DUI Cases Due To False Police Reports

Fox40 News in Sacramento reports: Sacramento District Attorney Jan Scully announced Friday morning that she is dismissing 79 criminal cases, mostly DUI cases in which a former Sacramento Police officer falsified reports. The dismissal of the cases in a result … Continue reading