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Law Enforcers or Peace Officers

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Article Image by Joseph Mercola

Richard Mack, a retired sheriff and current president of Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers (CSPOA),1 is hard at work, educating sheriffs around the country to get them up to speed on the Constitutional rights of U.S. citizens.

Article Image by Tyler Durden

While BLM would have one believe that cops are inherently evil and must be abolished, a new Gallup poll finds that's most minorities in America don't feel that way. Of those surveyed, 61% of Black Americans are just fine with current levels of police

Article Image by Patrick J Buchanan

With the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse under nightly siege from violent radicals, and Portland's police hard-pressed to protect it, President Trump sent in federal agents to secure the building.

Article Image by Erick Erickson

There is no police power in the federal constitution. The police power is left to the states. To the extent the President can send federal officers into Portland, OR, it must be to protect federal buildings and laws.

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