Law enforcement

 
September 1, 2017
DD-BNails

Pardon WHO?

Like an 11-year-old boy who just discovered that his sister’s bath gel can turn a shower into a rapturous interlude, T**** has found something he can do that gives him instant gratification. And he can do it all by himself – without interference from pesky judges or congressmen. It’s The […]
May 23, 2015

What would Edwards Deming do about racism?

Journalists, political pundits and candidates are lining up to make the pronouncement that the Big Issue for 2016 will be criminal justice reform — encompassing everything from police conduct and prosecutorial policies to minimum mandatory sentencing, restoration of felons’ rights, and mass incarceration: the hot new buzz-phrase of the year. […]
May 10, 2015

The Case for a Carry Permit

Between several recent events in the usually quiet community where I live and the wisdom of an NRA friend who constantly reminds me that “an armed society is a polite society,” it’s clear that the time has come to join the ranks of the ready-aim-fire set, and get a permit […]
April 8, 2015

Florida Cops and Racism: Just a few bad apples?

Last week, three North Florida prison guards affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan were charged with conspiring to murder a black man after his release from the facility where they worked. Last month, three Fort Lauderdale police officers were fired and a fourth resigned after an investigation found they had […]