Unions, in general, are full of good people whose leadership is singularly power seeking and often corrupt. Police unions are no different. We honor and appreciate our law enforcement, but understand that every bushel has a few bad apples. Police unions protect the bad apples from accountability, thus throwing the good fruit under the bus. If we want to change this, we need to start protesting union bosses, not the good men and women in blue protecting our lives on a daily basis.
Let's throw out a few numbers so we can put in perspective the NFL players taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem.
Ordinary black people cannot afford to go along with the liberal agenda that calls for undermining police authority.
ACRU Senior Fellow and Policy Board member J. Kenneth Blackwell spoke to Lou Dobbs on the continuing crime crisis in Chicago and the unfair accusations against its police department.
The vast majority of our police officers are well-trained professionals who work hard every day to do their best to protect law-abiding citizens and ensure public safety.
It is obvious from the column that Davidson has drunk the Kool-Aid on the claim that “most” of us “carry some implicit bias” that influences our behavior.
The ACLU and the media teach the cops how to behave.
The law is designed to protect everyone equally.
Moral relativism at the top has distorted the meaning of justice.
As the sun sets on President Obama’s tenure, it seems his administration is taking every last opportunity to make its mark on our culture.