Category: Police

Shockingly, Police Cars Use Gas!

Will Patrol for Fuel

Gas prices are on the rise.  No revelation there.  According to the Automobile Association of America, the national average for a gallon of gas today (June 10th) is a record-breaking $4.97. Not only has the high cost of gas driven up the cost of ALL goods because everything has to be moved by trucks running on diesel or gas, but it’s also driven up the cost of all services that rely on cars or trucks… at least those services that are able to pass on the high cost of fuel to their customers.

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The Guns of DHS (Updated 9 Dec, 2013)

Some of you have already heard the rumors swirling around the Internet for the past year that the US government – specifically the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is currently in the process of purchasing… • 7,000 assault weapons • 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition (yes, that’s billion with a “b”) – that’s almost 5

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America Militarizes Its Police

A friend of mine recently sent me Radley Balko’s recent article from the Saturday Essay column of the Wall Street Journal titled “Rise of the Warrior Cop: Is it time to reconsider the militarization of American policing?”  I’ve provided that article in its entirety below. Initially I sort of passed the whole thing off because I kinda dig

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58 Minutes in Detroit

It takes an average of 58 minutes for the Police to respond to a 911 call in Detroit.  Many times there is no response at all if the Police become involved in other, more pressing matters.  What can four young gangsters do to you and your family when they know the Police are 58 minutes

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Denver Police Response Time

Denver Police response time was an abysmal 14 minutes and 21 seconds in 2011 – well above the national average of about 9 minutes.  But in 2012 it got much worse!  In 2012 the response time lengthened to an incredible 16 minutes and 50 seconds! YA!  Hey, let’s pass a bunch of asinine new anti-gun

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