Democrats stoke the gun-control and police-brutality debates to distract from the fact that they've run America's cities into the ground.
On Friday, in speaking of the previous night’s atrocity, President Obama said, “I believe that I speak for every single American when I say that we are horrified over these ...
The Dallas massacre is another example of why angry rhetoric on all sides of the police-shooting debate needs to be toned down.
3:46 P.M.: From Black Lives Matter’s official statement, this rather remarkable line stands out: “To assign the actions of one person to an entire movement is dangerous and irresponsible.” Indeed. 3:31 P.M.: ...
It is hard to avoid politicizing a tragedy like the murder of police in Dallas, even if we all want to avoid it. But doing so will pay dividends in ...
The crisis of race and policing reached a boiling point after five officers were killed in Dallas.
A Few Thoughts On The Shootings in Baton Rouge Minnesota and Dallas
The Dallas Police Department killed suspected shooter Micah Johnson with a bomb delivered remotely by robot, a move that is raising some eyebrows.
The killing of five police officers in Dallas is evidence that America is driving toward the abyss. Both sides of the political divide need to pump the brakes.
A quote from President Obama yesterday, before the Dallas shootings.