In this video, David R. Payne discusses what you should and should not say when talking to the police. It is very important to understand how what you say can be used against you, and how to guard yourself against this. The answer? Give questions, don’t answer them.
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The US criminal justice system is hopelessly broken, riddled with bad incentives and bad actors. In the wake of recent police shootings, Dr. Ed Stringham joins Jeff Deist to help us understand how and why private security firms could create vastly better outcomes for crime victims, society, and even perpetrators. This is a fascinating discussion […]
The Second Amendment was intended to deny the government a monopoly on force, which is why the Regime has tirelessly subverted it. http://k003.kiwi6.com/hotlink/a3cdpx852d/Freedom_Zealot_Podcast_February_25_2017.mp3 Source: Freedom zealot podcast february 25 2017 – FreedomZealot – Kiwi6 Mp3 Upload
by Will Grigg Adams Lin literally fainted as he read a court order authorizing federal marshals to confiscate his property. The officers seized his car, his designer clothes, a flat-screen television, golf clubs, computer, and even his treasured Samurai sword. Unlike countless other Americans who have been pillaged by federal law enforcement officials, Lin was […]
It’s not just the feds that are spying on you. State and local agencies collect a LOT of information, then share it upstream to the federal government through a program called, “Information Sharing Environment” (ISE).
The case against the FBI is pretty darn good, and Ryan McMaken to make that case.
Some people want you to think that the solution to problems with police is to get the federal government more involved. But they’ve got things completely backwards.
by Justin Murray On Thursday 7 July 2016 during a Dallas protest of the killings of Philando Castle and Alton Sterling an attack on officers tasked to watch left five deadand an additional seven hospitalized. Politicians offered up meaningless platitudes and appear to use the attack as a method to gain exposure, offering up little […]
By Robert Wenzel We have video of two more police killings (here and here) this week, In both cases, the men appeared to be no serious threat to police, but they are both dead. There are lessons to be learned from these killings on how to deal with police. In the first video, it should […]
by Ryan McMaken One of the most successful ideological movements waged by government agencies in recent decades has been the so-called Broken Windows theory of policing. Popularized in the 1980s by George Kelling, the theory states that if minor violations are ignored — such as the breaking of a window on private property — then those […]