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Category Archives: law enforcement

Gathering aims to relaunch Minutemen, fortify border, in response to caravan. Operation Cinco de Mayo: In this video from the San Diego Union Tribune the founder of the Minutemen, former California State Assemblyman Tim Donnelly explains why he called for the muster on the border of California and Mexico. The groups that responded to the call […]

by Mert Melfa Media Poughkeepsie Police Officer: “I REFUSE TO ENFORCE THE NY SAFE ACT”! If you believe in the mission of Oath Keepers, to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, please make a donation to support our work.  You can donate HERE.

By Bob Egelko  4-6-2018 A law enforcement organization whose members include every county sheriff in California and across the nation threw its support Friday behind the Trump administration’s challenge to the state’s sanctuary laws, telling a federal judge that the laws interfere with immigration enforcement and could even subject local officers to criminal charges. California “compels […]

By Faye Higbee  April 5, 2018 A Calif proposal seeks to change the standard for police officers from “reasonable force” to “necessary force.” What does that mean? It means police officers will no longer be able to shoot someone based on what appears to be a weapon.  It removes the presumption that police officers in “reasonable […]

(Oath Keepers and a recent article, Gun Control is Racism, by Greg McWhirter are mentioned.) Exclusive: Erik Rush urges Americans to stop accepting unconstitutional dictates. by ERIK RUSH   March 7th, 2018   Last week in this space, primarily citing firearms laws and the nascent surveillance state in America, I criticized some on both the right and the left for […]

by Eric Inman Ten years ago, a private security company in Texas posed a question to the TX dept. of public safety – whether churches were subject to the regulations of occupational code section 1702, which regulate and license  private security companies.  The resulting opinion was that, yes, they were. From that time forward, Texas […]

by Brian Krogmann One September morning a few years ago I entered an office building in Washington DC. I immediately was faced with thousands of employees running out the doors I was trying to get in. Strobing fire alarm lights, the klaxon of the alarm and screams nearly overwhelmed the senses. I began to square […]

Forced To Cap At 300 After Huge Response by Tyler Durden   2/25/2018 An Ohio sheriff who offered free firearms training to 50 teachers was forced to cap his offer at 300, after a flood of local school employees signed up in the wake of a Florida high school shooting that left 17 people dead. “We put […]

Why do you suppose this boy fell through the disciplinary cracks so many times? Was it by design? by  Jacque Guinan This was an incredibly heart-breaking event. Hearts and prayers across the nation are lifted up to these children and their parents/families. Every day across the nation, parents send their children off to school, as […]