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The New EV Tax Credit Sucks!

The Inflation Reduction Act (ha, still love the how they named it something it's...

Everybody is a Terrorist Today

Mike Glover, a former Delta Force operator and founder to American Contingency, posted a...

Gun are neither the answer or the problem

If I had a platform to debate one of the most influential people in...

Policies to Help Limit School Shootings

s a former School Resource Officer, do some more of this: 1. More SROs. In...

CNN+ is off to an expected disaster

According to TechCrunch.com and other tech reporting services, CNN+ has launched and is reporting user information...

Steve Gesell is Running for Office

I worked with and for Steve Gesell. Let me be as clear as I...

The Please Don’t Fire Me Report is Released

The Scottsdale Chief released his "Please Don't Fire Me" report, which is officially called...

Rayshard Brooks & the Taser

I spent from 2006 to 2018 doing digital forensics for law enforcement, including hundreds...

Bias in Policing? – Let’s Look at the Numbers

So every 2-5 years, when there is another wave of civil unrest and the...

It Shouldn’t Be a Crime to Not Help Police

Yep, you heard me right.  It is ridiculous to make it a crime to...

Tulsi Gabbard Wants to be Commander-in-Chief

I'm actually of fan of her in respect to the other Democratic candidates.  But...

Twitter’s Killing Society

I'm a big Joe Rogan fan. When I first heard he had a podcast...

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Chicago PD Officers Charged for OIC

Here is a recent OIC involving Chicago PD. Both officers are being charged with...

Former Mesa Officer Travis Gribble on PTS

Recently, former Mesa Police Officer Travis Gribble was on the Cleared Hot Podcast with...

SPD Raised Pay, Kinda | Servitude Update

The Scottsdale Police Department has announced a pay increase for their officers, but how will it really work?

Commitments, Reimbursements and Servitude

To stop the exodus of police officers from Scottsdale to other agencies, they are now fining those officers up to $4,685 for violating their "commitment" to the Chief.