Millions of dollars worth of military equipment is transferred to more than 8,000 law enforcement agencies nationwide. Some of the equipment is deemed necessary but other equipment, well…you be the judge. Use this database to see where the military equipment is going by state and county and the type of items being received, The listed …

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By Thomas Madison The first three rules of How to Not Be a Racist 101: 1. Never question a black person who is obstructing traffic. That is racist. 2. Never question a black person who fits the description of a suspect in a robbery that was committed minutes ago in the same area. That is …

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On August 25 2014 Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson issued an order striking down a Baton Rouge ordinance banning guns in bars and in the parking lots of bars, including other places that sell alcohol, like “restaurants and grocery stores.” The decision was the result of a case brought by Ernest Taylor, who was …

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The White House said Friday night in response to an online petition to free a U.S. Marine jailed since March in Mexico, that Secretary of State John Kerry had spoken to Mexican officials “at the highest level” and authorities there had been “very willing to engage on the issue.” However, there was no indication of …

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Gun sales in the United States have slipped in 2014 compared to last year, but they’re still higher than at any other point in the last decade. Over the last three months, sales at the gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson dropped 23 percent, with profits declining 32 percent compared to the same quarter in 2013. …

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Just as President Obama is promising to reform veterans’ health care and restore “dignity” to the system, the Veterans Affairs office in Philadelphia is apologizing for depicting dissatisfied veterans as Oscar the Grouch in an internal training guide. A slide show presented to VA employees last week portrayed veterans as the grumpy Sesame Street character who lives in a …

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Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com The FBI’s most recent national threat assessment for domestic terrorism makes no reference to Islamist terror threats, despite last year’s Boston Marathon bombing and the 2009 Fort Hood shooting—both carried out by radical Muslim Americans. Instead, the internal FBI intelligence report concluded in its 2013 assessment published this month …

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The “10 Deadly Errors” hung in my locker every day of my career. I originally obtained them from the book, Officer Down, Code Three, by Los Angeles Homicide Detective Pierce Brooks. After attending “too many” police funerals, Brooks compiled a list of errors that were being repeatedly committed in officer-down cases. Here is my take on …

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Got News to Court: Free #MichaelBrown Documents Now By Charles C. Johnson, Got News Last week GotNews.com initiated a lawsuit against St. Louis County Court to release the juvenile criminal records of Michael Brown. Unfortunately, the court and its officials are playing games to deny the people their legal right to see those records. It’s time those games …

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Posted on August 29, 2014 by thomas madison From American News Poor, sweet, innocent Mike Brown. That is the racially-charged story that is sweeping the nation. And it’s a compelling one—to think that an evil officer shot an innocent boy for no apparent reason other than race. But it’s not the truth. In fact, the media’s version of …

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The millionaire CEO of an arena concessions company is in the doghouse after an elevator surveillance video showing him kicking a pal’s puppy mercilessly went viral. The frightening video shows Hague enter the elevator and the dog huddling in the corner. The dog absorbs a series of kicks and is lifted into the air by …

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A laptop recovered from an ISIS hideout reportedly contained a hidden trove of secret plans by Islamic jihadists. Among the many files on the computer, there was a 19-page document on how to weaponize the bubonic plague from infected animals, lessons on disguise, bomb-making and stealing cars. A man identified by ForeignPolicy.com as Abu Ali, a commander of a …

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From Bob Unruh, WND Attorney Larry Klayman, fresh off a preliminary court ruling that the National Security Agency’s spying on Americans likely is unconstitutional, now has named President Obama and others in a racketeering complaint. Klayman, founder of Freedom Watch and a columnist for WND, alleges the president and others laundered U.S. taxpayer money that …

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Islamic terrorist groups are operating in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez and planning to attack the United States with car bombs or other vehicle born improvised explosive devices (VBIED). High-level federal law enforcement, intelligence and other sources have confirmed to Judicial Watch that a warning bulletin for an imminent terrorist attack on the …

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The family of a man who died after police used a stun gun on him as many as 13 times while he was handcuffed has filed a lawsuit against the two former officers of East Point, Georgia, according to the family’s lawyer. East Point police officers repeatedly stunned Gregory Towns Jr. on April 11 after …

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