Law and order

FTC: Company lied about claims of 'made in the USA ', being veteran-owned and donating to military charities

12.22.23 | Jenna Curren News

Florida-based company Old Southern Brass nailed by the FTC. Found to have lied about being veteran-owned, donating portion of sales to military charities, and that it makes its products in the USA.
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Ski resort town without homeless shelter gets influx of Venezuelan migrants, many are sleeping five to a car

12.21.23 | Jenna Curren Analysis

With no jobs in Denver, over a hundred Venezuelan migrants have headed to a ski resort town that has no homeless shelters and so they are now sleeping at least five to a car.
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LA DA promotes woman who called LAPD officers 'barbarian' and called prisons 'obsolete' to Chief of Staff

12.21.23 | Jenna Curren News

George Gascon promoted Tiffiny Blacknell who has recently been serving as a grade four prosecutor in his office.
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NSSF: The Biden administration has massively overstepped with gun laws, and bypassed Congress illegally

12.21.23 | LET Guest Editorial

NSSF has been critical of Final Rules enacted by the Biden administration that have bypassed Congress to create criminal law through Executive overreach, including the ATF’s Final Rules on Frames and Receivers and Stabilizing Pistol Braces.
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U.S. faces repercussions for bombs left in Afghanistan: Mexican cartels smuggle these explosives 'back into our backyard'

12.20.23 | Kallista Cazares Analysis

The $7 billion in weapons left behind in Afghanistan appears to be backfiring on America today. 
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Business owner speaks out against far-left-leaning city leadership: Thieves steal car from LAPD impound lot then steal $100K in tools from construction company

12.18.23 | Jenna Curren News

A construction company lost $100,000 in tools and equipment after a group of thieves used a stolen car from an LAPD impound lot to crash into their building.
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2A saves the day: Food truck owner shoots knife-wielding man who was menacing motorists, threatening to kill them right before holiday parade and tree lighting

12.18.23 | Jenna Curren News

A food truck owner acted in self-defense, saving others from a knife-wielding man who was in and out of traffic, threatening to kill people right before a holiday parade and tree lighting ceremony.
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'They spit in our face': Man who fired 28 bullets at a car, wounding a mother and her two children, gets plea deal

12.18.23 | Jenna Curren News

Devon Loper fired 28 bullets at a car with a mom and her two children in it, hitting one child in the forehead and the other in both of her legs. Two years later, Loper has gotten a plea deal with only 12-years and is eligible for parole after six.
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Grand jury decides criminal charges will not be brought against officer who shot and wounded 11-year-old boy during domestic disturbance call

12.18.23 | Jenna Curren News

A grand jury has decided to not charge a police officer who shot and wounded a young boy during a domestic disturbance.
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Your voice matters: Public outrage causes bond for attempted cop killer to be raised from $100K to $1M

12.17.23 | Jenna Curren Analysis

After public outrage, the bond for Leland Williams has increased from $100,000 to $1 million. Williams has been charged with attempted murder of a peace officer.
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Minneapolis approves MPD spending of $1M to partner with NYU Law school group to 'reimagine' policing in city

12.17.23 | Jenna Curren Analysis

Minneapolis is another city that has signed up to work with an NYU Law group that is set on "reimagining" the police force.
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Biden's DOJ refuses to divulge 'pattern and practice' investigation results to Phoenix PD before forcing city to sign consent decree

12.15.23 | Pat Droney Editorial

For just over two years, the Phoenix Police Department has been under a "pattern and practice" investigation by the Department of Justice. The city has been asking for a preview of their report, however, the DOJ wants the city to sign a consent decree before giving them such a preview.
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Urgent: Law enforcement sends internal safety alert after 10 IEDs found at the southern border during a drug cartel gunfight

12.15.23 | Jenna Curren Analysis

As the southern border crisis continues, CBP agents warned to remain vigilant after 10 IEDs were found at the border.
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Hunter Biden’s alleged recurring ‘car payments’ stirs up money laundering controversy

12.11.23 | Kallista Cazares Editorial

Hunter Biden’s attorneys have claimed that recently uncovered payments that were funneled into his father’s bank account were payments for a vehicle.
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Congress: Americans have little idea how much the Chinese Communists have infiltrated American institutions

12.09.23 | Pat Droney Analysis

A bipartisan House committee report warns the Chinese Communist Party's influence in American institutions is unknown by most Americans.
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