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The New Orleans Killings What To Do About Black-on-Black Violence?

The New Orleans Killings What To Do About Black-on-Black Violence?

By Earl Ofari Hutchinson When the FBI released its latest annual crime report showing that violent crime is on the upswing in many big cities, a bevy of law enforcement, officials, and criminologists prayed that the report was just an aberrant blip on the crime chart. There was good reason to hope that: murder rates […]

DUI Checkpoints are unconstitutional – Big Time

DUI Checkpoints are unconstitutional – Big Time

By Bruce Boyer Once again it is that special time of the year, no not Christmas–checkpoints. To help us celebrate the season our local police departments will be engaged in setting up checkpoints. Ventura has one planned for Dec 12th. We have the right to be free from unreasonable searches. Where is their Probable Cause? […]

Ferguson’s Frauds Revealed?

Ferguson’s Frauds Revealed?

By Phil Erwin The Ferguson result was telegraphed in media ruminations long before it was officially announced: “What’ll happen if he is not indicted?” and “We’ve seen this movie before, with Trayvon Martin…” Yes, we’ve seen it before. It’s a staple in old Westerns to ‘Seventies TV. It’s called a “lynch mob,” and it’s always […]

Why “checkpoints’ are a violation of our 4th Amendment rights

Why “checkpoints’  are a violation of our 4th Amendment rights

Editor’s note:  We are presenting a three part op-ed on the Unconstitutionally of DUI checkpoints. This is part two.  Mr. Boyer is a community activist and proponent of the 4th Amendment.  We invite opposing views from all quarters, including law enforcement.     By Bruce Boyer Our rights as enumerated in our Bill of Rights […]

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