Though this month’s cop-killers are no BLA, they share the same twisted thinking.
This is starting to look like a trend.
Barack Obama mouthed some healing words at the Dallas memorial, but continues to contribute to a distortion of the larger American picture.
The president started off well, but one couldn’t escape the creeping fear that after the strong opening he would revert to his customary smug, lecturing tone.
Domestic unrest, such as the Orlando and police shootings and Black Lives Matter protests, embolden ISIS, North Korea, and Russia.
An examination of President Obama's Dallas memorial speech.
Even from Obama's perspective, politicizing a funeral speech is a bad idea.
The New York Times' bias against cops and dishonesty on black crime helped create the environment for the Dallas shooting.
The president declined to speculate on the motives of the man who murdered officers in Dallas; he hasn't held back in other cases.
FBI data show that discrimination probably isn’t driving much of the overall racial disparity in police shootings of civilians.