Search Results for: police

No refunding police

With a history-making 77 homicides in the Liberal Dimocrat city so far this year, and multiple small business owners complaining of an epidemic of shoplifting for which the short-staffed cops can’t help, you’d think Austinites would be in favor of … Continue reading

Refund the police

Give back the one-third of their budget the progressive Dimocrat (and one self-proclaimed communist) Austin city council took away? Well, it’s on the ballot anyway. Enough alarm about rising violent crimes got it there by petition. Whether it will pass … Continue reading

The Crying Police Chief

Austin’s chief Manley wasn’t so manly in a presser yesterday evening. In discussing an apparent protester critically injured by an errant bean bag round, Manly broke down several times. Strange behavior for law enforcement. So was some Austin officers kneeling … Continue reading

Mum, the police!

We used to call these “brights” in the new biz. A parrot warning Brazilian drug dealers of a raid. Then, after its arrest, clamming up and refusing to talk to the police. Via Breitbart

The American Police State Flourishes

“…with its roadside strip searches, government surveillance, biometric databases, [cash and home asset forfeiture], citizens being treated like terrorists, imprisonments for criticizing the government, national ID cards, SWAT team raids, censorship, forcible blood draws and DNA extractions, private prisons, weaponized … Continue reading

Alt-left attacks the Phoenix police

Bottles of urine again. From Antifa. They of, as the president said, at last: helmets, black masks and clubs. This time they were met with pepper spray and tear gas. Way to go, cops. UPDATE:  And rubber bullets and concussion … Continue reading

Our Barry Hussein demilitarizes the police

Yep. His Earness finally has listened to reason. He’s demilitarizing the police. Officer Friendly will no long seem to be on a war footing everytime he takes to the streets in numbers of more than two. “Items on the prohibited … Continue reading