COPS Program Has Spent Billions Since 1994 Portraying Criminals as Victims and Police as Criminals

COPS Program Has Spent Billions Since 1994 Portraying Criminals as Victims and Police as Criminals

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Trump administration is continuing to implement the COPS program in the Department of Justice, a provision of the Clinton-era 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act (P.L. 103-322), a program that President Clinton promised would provide the federal grants needed to hire and equip 100,000 new police officers.

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How the Violent Hard-Left “Antifa” Movement Copies Communists in Weimar Republic Germany

How the Violent Hard-Left “Antifa” Movement Copies Communists in Weimar Republic Germany

The violent, confrontational nature of Antifa anarchists presents a challenge to U.S. law enforcement that is unprecedented; they reject the free speech principles upon which civil discourse depends, while seeking to achieve the demise of the U.S. Constitution, as it holds as illegitimate any compromise with their communist worldview.

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President Trump Declares War on Salvadoran Street Gang MS-13

President Trump Declares War on Salvadoran Street Gang MS-13

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Speaking at a rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on April 29, 2017, President Obama declared war on the Salvadoran gang known as MS-13. MS-13 is an abbreviation for Mara Salvatrucha, the most notorious and dangerous Hispanic street gang operating criminally today in the United States.

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A Mounting Law Enforcement Crisis: George Soros Funds a Racially Charged Drug Epidemic in America - Part 2

A Mounting Law Enforcement Crisis: George Soros Funds a Racially Charged Drug Epidemic in America - Part 2

This article traces the ideological origin of Obama’s drug policies to the millions of dollars George Soros’ Open Society Foundation has poured into creating “social action” organizations dedicated to implementing a disinformation campaign aimed at advancing a socialist view of criminal justice.

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