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Posturing following Ferguson verdict puts strain on police

It’s probably not the best time to be a beat cop.

The civil rights hustlers (and their allies all the way up to the White House and Department of Justice) are trying to change the dialogue after the grand jury verdict in the Ferguson case. Read More »

Ferguson verdict: time to learn a lesson

It’s certainly been hinted at enough in recent months, and late Monday before this newspaper was zipped off to the printing plant (early for Thanksgiving), the news came down that a St. Louis County grand jury did-n’t have sufficient evidence to indict Ferguson, MO police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death last August of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Read More »

Column dialogue: is it accurate or ‘embellished’ a bit?

People have often asked me whether the conversations I have with my wife and children in my columns are accurate. I usually respond that they have a basis in truth. That means you make them up, they often say. No, I reply, I embellish.  Read More »

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