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It’s Time To Abolish The Teachers Unions

It’s Time To Abolish The Teachers Unions

by Larry Sand | Frontpage Mag “All Government employees should realize that the process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service. It has its distinct and insurmountable limitations when applied to public personnel management.” The above caveat about government unions – usually known by the kinder and gentler “public […]

‘Karen’ Reports Kids for Playing Football in the Street–Then Cops Respond by Joining the Game

‘Karen’ Reports Kids for Playing Football in the Street–Then Cops Respond by Joining the Game

BY LOUISE BEVAN After an unidentified caller reported a group of children to the police for playing football in the street, officers promptly responded. But rather than reprimand the children, they chose a different response by joining in the game. Shaker Heights, Ohio, mom Wendy Brown says that she encourages her children to “just be kids” by playing outside. […]

The Media is Telling the Wrong Story About Police and These Cops are Proving It

The Media is Telling the Wrong Story About Police and These Cops are Proving It

ANDERS HAGSTROM | Justice Reporter      It’s popular these days to demonize the police, but this video shows a side of policing most people never get to see. Please share to help us get this story out widely. People need to see it. At a time when cameras are always rolling and the […]

Shop with a Cop – Cops for Tots in Port Hueneme: Port Hueneme News – Tom Dunn

Shop with a Cop – Cops for Tots in Port Hueneme: Port Hueneme News – Tom Dunn

   Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a digital newspaper (facebook @huenemenews)  and host of  “Hello Port Hueneme” a video interview show about people, places and things in Port Hueneme. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE    

The “Chicken” Choke Hold as a policing tool: Then and Now

The “Chicken” Choke Hold as a policing tool: Then and Now

By Armando Vazquez In the mid-1970’s I was hired as a Deputy Probation Officer with the Los Angeles County Probation Department. Affirmative action was the cause de jour of the times. I met the minimum requirements: Chicano male, college graduate, literate, no arrest record, and bilingual.  I was hired. I recall receiving very little legal […]

I am thankful my Chicano sons are alive

I am thankful my Chicano sons are alive

I am the father of two young Chicano males. If they approached you, certainly you could mistake them for being Mexican, yet they are as American as any blued-eyed blond-hair kid  they went to high school with about a decade ago. My two brown Chicano kids survived/lived through their somewhat turbulent and chaotic adolescent years […]