ix major law enforcement organizations representing more than one million law enforcement officers across the country have sent scathing letters to Senators and President Obama opposing Adegbile's nomination.
Earlier this week the National Fraternal Order of Police, an organization representing 330,000 men and women in law enforcement, sent a letter to President Obama strongly opposing Abegbile's nomination.
We should be proud of our legal system’s recognition that we can protect ourselves with efficient means of self-defense—and saddened by law enforcement officials who refuse to recognize this right.
What’s the worst example of bureaucrats harassing and persecuting parents? Was it the Texas woman who was arrested because her children were playing outside? Or how about the Michigan woman who wasthreatened for looking after her neighbor’s kids?
President Barack Obama said no group is more important than law enforcement officials in the gun debate. He said he recognizes the issue "elicits a lot of passion all across the country" but that Congress will pay attention to police.
"They're asking for everyone in the country to be turned into suspects before they have any evidence they've committed a crime."
In response to Tax Collection Violence in Italy: Mail Bombs in Rome, Police Clashes in Naples, Molotov Cocktails in Livorno I received an email from Frank who lives in Canada but owns property in Italy.
If there is one thing we have learned from the Obama presidency, it’s that electing someone we barely know based on an ideal will end in certain disaster unless we fully analyze the candidate’s available record.