• NYPD Police Officer: Why would anyone do this job today?

    I just read a great article in the N.Y. Post written by author and police supporter, Thomas A. Reppetto. As I’ve mentioned on this blog before, I rarely post other people’s articles, but again I must make an exception for this exceptional column written in support of the NYPD. I’ve posted a link to the article below.

    Reppetto details the attitudes of many police critics, including politicians, and puts into context the situation facing those who dare to pin on a Read more…

  • New Jersey’s Gun-Derangement Syndrome: Shaneen Allen

    How much does one have to support a particular, partisan political issue that would allow one to throw a normally, law abiding citizen, the mother of two young children, guilty of, primarily, being honest, into jail? I’d say, the answer to that is, an awful lot—with an emphasis on, awful. Many New Jersey politicians are victims of a syndrome: Gun Derangement.

    The October edition of America’s 1st Freedom magazine, published by the NRA, features Shaneen Allen: Is Shaneen Allen the Victim Read more…

  • Police Officers: No Right to Personal Opinion

    Regarding the as yet unresolved police shooting of a young, male robbery suspect in Ferguson, Missouri, and its continuing fallout, I recently read a column by Ansel Herz in Seattle’s leftist publication, the Stranger. It appears that to some people police officers have no right to express a personal opinion that differs from theirs or runs afoul of what they believe is politically correct. What is it about police opinion that it gets such little respect? Apparently, supporting a fellow officer Read more…