Opinion

'USA! USA!': How cops can stand up to death-to-America crowd

05.18.24 | LET Guest Opinion

"USA! USA!" It’s no mere slogan. It's a battle cry, a symbol of American strength and resilience in the face of adversity.
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Under attack in America: Rising crime should be a wakeup call for city leaders

05.17.24 | LET Guest Editorial

The unsettling contrast between perceived safety and actual risk in Dallas necessitates an urgent reassessment of our crime strategy—before we end up like New York City.
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Anti-Christian group demands Birmingham (AL) Police stop praying before their shifts

05.15.24 | Pat Droney Opinion

Freedom From Religion, an anti-Christian group, is demanding the Birmingham, Alabama Police Department cease the practice of having officers pray before going out on their shifts, citing First Amendment concerns.
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Report: Spoiled rich kid (40) who lives in $3.4 townhouse is one of the anarchists who led Columbia University building takeover

05.15.24 | Noah Webster Opinion

James Carlson, 40, owns a $3.4 million Brooklyn townhouse and was one of a number of outside agitators arrested after police broke up the takeover of a building at Columbia University.
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White suspect with knife in a car: held without bond. Black suspect firing 26 rounds from AR-15 at car: released on house arrest

05.15.24 | Noah Webster Opinion

DC Magistrate Judge Lloyd Nolan, a self-described "woke" activist, released a black suspect charged with firing 26 rounds from AR-15 at moving vehicle to house arrest; three years ago ordered white suspect charged for having a knife in his car and a confederate flag on his truck held without bond.
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Connecticut drag queen tells little kids at story hour to repeat 'If you're a drag queen and you know it, free Palestine'

05.12.24 | Noah Webster Opinion

A drag queen story hour in Massachusetts drew outrage when children in attendance were told to repeat "Free Palestine," the latest case where children are being indoctrinated in far-left causes.
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Report: Biden's General Services Administration sent pallets of docs to Mar-a-Lago a year before Jack Smith stormtrooper's raid

05.03.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

Information uncovered by The Federalist shows that the General Services Administration sent at least six pallets of documents to Palm Beach, including two to Mar-a-Lago, one year before Jack Smith's political persecution squad of FBI agents raided the home of former President Trump.
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Retired Special Agent: Is it time to outlaw the Democratic Party?

05.03.24 | Leah Anaya Opinion

A retired special agent analyzes the damage done to the Republic, ostensibly at the hands of far-left Democratic leadership.
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Hypocrisy? Biden cheers ban on TikTok while he uses 'influencers' to boost his sagging campaign

04.30.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

Joe Biden promised to sign a bill that will provide military aid to Ukraine, Israel, and the Indo-Pacific region, that also bans TikTok if it isn't divested from a Chinese-owned company by January. However he uses TikTok "influencers" in an attempt to boost his sagging campaign with younger voters.
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Trans student writes out 'hit list' of 45 students, school blows it off and takes side of the offender

04.29.24 | Pat Droney Opinion

A seventh grade student at Watertown (MA) Middle School compiled a "hit list" of 45 students at the school, yet the school district is taking the side of the offender and blowing off concerns of district parents and the proposed victims
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Biden admin rule will put a stake through the US energy industry, force electricity prices higher

04.29.24 | Noah Webster Opinion

The Environmental Protection Agency is set to issue a rule that will spell a virtual end for the coal industry in the US; coal currently powers a significant number of electric generating plants in the country.
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Blue states look to eliminate mandatory reporting in suspected child abuse, neglect cases. Because...racism.

04.28.24 | Pat Droney Opinion

A Colorado task force is expected to recommend the state radically change its law mandating certain professionals report suspected child abuse or neglect.
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Op-ed: Prevention and accountability should be the White House mass murder protocols

04.28.24 | LET Guest Opinion

The White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention is hosting the first in-person meeting of federal agencies to figure out what to do after a tragic mass murder and criminal misuse of firearms.
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FBI Director warns of 'heightened threat environment' from China, open borders, and terrorism

04.27.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

FBI Director Christopher Wray warns that the U.S. is facing a "heightened threat environment" with the primary threat being China; he also addressed open borders and domestic and foreign terrorism as major concerns.
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Op-Ed: Law enforcement needs a Protector-In-Chief, and there's one man who can do it

04.27.24 | LET Guest Opinion

If President Trump were to lean into his Patton-like leadership style and leverage his deep bonds with America’s guardians, it may uniquely position him to transform policing on an epic scale.
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