Law and order

San Fran jails reach breaking point with overcrowding and staffing shortages, and the Board of Supervisors want answers

05.19.24 | Jenna Curren News

San Francisco jails are overcrowded with inmates suffering from mental health issues and individuals who were arrested for public drug use.
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In just two days this month, more Chinese nationals illegally crossed into U.S. than the entire year of 2021

05.18.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

As Biden's open border bonanza continues, The Federalist reported that in the first two days of May, 2024, more Chinese nationals illegally entered the United States than in the entire year of 2021.
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Teacher fired for her Christianity, what she 'might' do if a student wanted her to use fake pronouns wins big settlement

05.18.24 | Jenna Curren News

A California school district used a teacher's personal Instagram to allege that due to her Christian faith, she would discriminate against students who are transgender.
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Wyoming Sheriff uses billboard to call out Denver city government for defunding the police

05.18.24 | Sarah Akey News

Laramie County Sheriff Brian Kozak places a new billboard in Denver to recruit officers with hard truth that the city of Denver does not agree with.
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Police department testing use of artificial intelligence in writing of police reports...good idea or bad?

05.18.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

Fort Collins is currently beta testing the use of artificial intelligence to assist officers in writing police reports, with initial reports saying it is reducing time spent writing reports by 67%. The system, manufactured by bodycam company Axon, still requires police officer interaction and doesn't allow the system to get "creative."
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NY Democrats kill 'Laken's Law' bill in favor of the state's 'Sanctuary City' policies

05.17.24 | Jenna Curren News

Democrats with the state assembly shoot down Laken's Law legislation.
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EPA whistleblower says agency's response to East Palestine, Ohio train derailment was 'not normal'

05.17.24 | Pat Droney Analysis

An EPA whistleblower said the agency's deployment of a high-tech plane meant to detect chemical compounds in the air was "the most unusual deployment I've ever seen," calling into question the Biden administration's response to the environmental and health disaster.
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Special ops, former Pentagon director warn: U.S. tech 'falling behind' Russian jamming capabilities

05.17.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata (ret.), Former Director of Strategy for the Pentagon's National Counterterrorism Center, and other Special Operators warned that U.S. technology has continued to fall behind our adversaries.
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Investigation: Two Georgia departments under auspices of the Dept. of Public Safety receive vastly different salary, benefits

05.17.24 | Pat Droney Analysis

The Georgia Department of Public Safety oversees the Georgia State Patrol and the Motor Vehicle Compliance Division, both law enforcement agencies, yet there is a huge disparity between the salary, benefits, and retirement programs between the two departments.
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Fifth-grader launches interfaith prayer club, gets green light after school administrators violate First Amendment

05.16.24 | Jenna Curren News

Fifth grader who wanted to start an interfaith prayer group was initially told no just one week after an LGBTQ Pride Club was allowed to start up.
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Goodbye DEI! University scraps DEI program, shifts funding to public safety in wake of pro-Hamas demonstrations

05.16.24 | Pat Droney News

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees is shelving DEI programs at the state's flagship university and will divert those funds to public safety. The move comes amidst pro-Hamas demonstrations and after a faculty member was shot and killed in August.
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Report: Two So Cal Antifa members convicted by jury after four-week trial for felony conspiracy to riot

05.16.24 | Jenna Curren News

A total of 12 out of 12 So Cal Antifa members have now been convicted for felony conspiracy to riot.
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NGOs are making money hand over fist thanks to Biden's open border policies

05.16.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

At least three nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are making a windfall thanks to the open border policies of the rogue Biden administration.
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After two Boeing whistleblowers die, a third has come forward to say he was pressured to lie about safety concerns

05.15.24 | Pat Droney News

Another whistleblower has come forward and accuses Boeing and subcontractor of subverting safety issues to rush planes off the production floor.
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Secret Service investigates Maine man over Biden jokes, raising serious First Amendment concerns

05.15.24 | Eddie Killian News

The U.S. Secret Service recently conducted an investigation into a Maine man's social media activity after he made jokes about President Biden and his family.
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