Tuesday, January 24, 2017

No “Blue Privilege” for Kenneth Drew: Repo Man Imprisoned Because Thief Killed Herself

Pleasant Grove, Utah resident Ashleigh Holloway Best killed herself in the early hours of May 17, 2016, when she lost control of the stolen...

The Routine Lawlessness of America’s Law Enforcers

Enforcers of drug prohibition can be perversely ingenious in devising methods to subvert due process guarantees. One tactic widely employed by police officers looking...

“Build the Wall” With Slave Labor, Urges Massachusetts Sheriff

“Liberty, if I understand it at all, is a general principle, and the clear right of the subjects within the realm, or of none,”...

Inside the Tiny, Uncluttered Mind of a Cop

A retired member of the exalted Brotherhood of State-Sanctified Coercion recently rebuked a heretic: I take umbrage with your article for Lew Rockwell. While certainly...

Want Crime to Go Down? Abolish the Local Police

Bunker Hill, Indiana, is a village of 900 people. It has not been consumed by the maelstrom of criminal violence that – we are...

Snouts in the Trough, Hooves in the Till: Why You Shouldn’t Donate to Police...

The median annual household income in Idaho is roughly $49,000. Mark Furniss, 46, was making almost $20,000 a year in excess of that figure...

‘Qualified Immunity’: What Cops and Slave Overseers Have in Common

Michael Slager, the former North Charleston, South Carolina police officer killed an unarmed man and then attempted to frame the victim, will not be...

‘Justice Has No Expiration Date’: The Continued Wrongful Imprisonment of Christopher Tapp

There were about twenty people gathered in an Idaho Falls courtroom on November 22 for a hearing about Christopher Tapp’s appeal for post-conviction relief....

William C. Bradford and the “Law” of Negan’s Bat

President-elect Donald Trump has thousands of executive branch positions to fill, including the spot in the Office of Legal Counsel once occupied by the...

“Not My President” — No Matter Who He Is

“How small, of all that human hearts endure, that part which laws or kings can cause or cure.” When Samuel Johnson wrote those measured words...