Category Archives: Public Safety – Police

State of Denial

“Courage is being scared to death – and saddling up anyway.”                                                          John Wayne Good Day my Fellow Americans and Patriots So, we got really big problems following the horrific terrorist attack that occurred in San Bernardino last week. I’m … Continue reading

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Principle of majority rule is cornerstone of democracy

“Courage is being scared to death – and saddling up anyway.”   John Wayne Good Day my Fellow Americans and Patriots   “Lex Majoritis Partis” – literal translation being the law of the majority party or in practical terms – … Continue reading

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Stark Reality on the mean streets of Los Angeles

There has been a lot of negative press over the past six months about law enforcement and the actions of some individual police officers.  I must admit that some of the news reports are concerning but these few incidents pale … Continue reading

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The decline of Social Capital in America and the link to police relations

October 29, 2015 The current state of policing and police relations is extremely troubling to me. Having spent most of my career in the law enforcement profession it troubles me deeply when everyday there seems to be another video of … Continue reading

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