Battlefield America author John Whitehead talks about the move, largely sponsored by corporate interests, to militarize local police departments, fostering the us vs them (cop vs civilian) mentality. He suggests a move back toward community policing so that police and civilians regard each other as team members not adversaries.
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by Tate Fegley Compared to the general population, advocates of a minimal state and those of a stateless society overwhelmingly agree on a vast majority of political issues. I wish to argue here that there should be at least one more agreement between them than there traditionally has been: policing services need not be monopolized […]
“States and local communities can nullify the practical effect of federal police militarization programs by simply withdrawing from them.”
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).
Prepare to be outraged. According to the Department of Justice, at least 25 dogs are gunned down by police officers on a daily basis. To make matters worse, a high number of these family pets are innocent bystanders—fatal victims of reactionary, “worst case scenario” police training.
The case against the FBI is pretty darn good, and Ryan McMaken to make that case.