Mass murder can’t be eliminated with new laws, but…
Democrats can’t let any crisis go to waste, so let’s make a trade Modern day liberalism, like guns, magazines, oil and the genie, are; and they aren’t going back in the bottle. This conservative would be willing to allow blue states to secede and conduct their desired experiment in a world sans fossil fuels and firearms to see how long it takes for the new caveman to | Read More »
US, Atlanta crime down. Government as criminal up?
The Federal Bureau of Investigation reports that crime in America is down, but too many in state and federal governments wouldn’t know a crime if billy club-wielding New Black Panthers intimidated white voters outside of a polling booth on election days. But just let an election registrar ask a black person for a photo ID before they vote for sheriff and the “return of Jim Crow” | Read More »
DeVine Law opposes residence restrictions on sex offenders
Once a person convicted of a crime has been released from jail, prison or a half-way house while on probation or parole, that person should be allowed to live anywhere they can afford, subject only to restrictions concerning proximity to the specific victim(s) of their crime. My interest in this subject was piqued by an excellent column by my fellow member of the bar, Bob | Read More »
Drive-By’s can’t abide crime drop by conservative means
The Charlotte Observer’s vendetta against the new police chief (pictured), that has made the Queen City safer, continues. Originally published by Mike “gamecock” DeVine as Charlotte Law and Civil Rights Examiner for Examiner.com First, it was the validity of his college degree, an irrelevancy given his sterling decades long record police chief in Richmond, Virginia. Now, its the validity of the sharp drop in crime | Read More »