A reasonable discussion about blacks and police practices cannot take place without acknowledging the disproportion amount of crime committed by blacks.
Vape Wars: Pro-Smoking Government’s Demonization of Vaping and E-cigarettes
Americans who might make the rational choice to pick e-cigarettes over burning tobacco are now more likely to be killed by conventional cigarettes.
The Ethics of Legalizing Recreational Drugs
Cannabis companies, like alcohol producers, voluntarily trade with others, including their customers who want to consume their products.
Colin Kaepernick Is No Muhammad Ali
Kaepernick’s protest was bogus from the start, and it only helped to create greater unnecessary tension between the black community and the police. “Citizen of the Year,” indeed.
Showman-in-Chief: President Obama on Guns and Crime
None of the things proposed by president Obama is likely to reduce gun violence.
An Unappreciated Tax on the Poor: The Cost of High Crime Communities
Compare the operation of a supermarket in a low-crime neighborhood with that of one in a high-crime neighborhood.
Open Season on the Police
Maybe the parents who are so bitter over the loss of a son in a wholly unnecessary confrontation with a policeman doing his job might ask themselves if they did their job, when they raised a child without teaching him either common sense or common decency.
Three Campaigns That May Save Your Life — If The Government FDA Permits It
We must no longer allow American citizens to die of government bureaucracy.
End Drug Prohibition and Abolish the DEA
The DEA is an outrageous violator of rights.
The “War” on Drugs Creates More Problems Than It Solves
Our Drug War creates the carnage that drives poor Latin Americans to abandon their villages and move north.
Bryce Williams: Victim of Society or Just Plain Evil?
Williams’ sickness resided in his inability and unwillingness to look at people as individuals, and instead to view everything through a collective lens.
Laws without law enforcement are just suggestions.
Why Violent Crime is Going Up
To restrain the police, we have to restrain the government for which the police work — and get that government out of our lives, completely out, provided we are not violent offenders or frauds.
Paying the Price for Being Soft on Crime
Innocent men, women and children — most of them black — will pay with their lives in New York, as they have in Baltimore and elsewhere.
Black Lives Matter
The protest chant that black lives matter appears to mean that black lives matter only if they are taken at the hands of white police officers.
Entitled To Loot: Why Are There Riots in Baltimore?
Why are looters and rioters looting and rioting? The stale claims that it’s “racism” or lack of government funding simply do not ring true. It must be something else.
The Mayor of Baltimore’s Not-So-Freudian Slip
People have to reexamine everything, and soon, if cities like Baltimore are ever to turn around and have a chance.
Books: Inside the Criminal Mind
Criminals are criminals because of the way they think.
Chapel Hill and “Hate” Crimes vs. “Regular” Crimes
There should not be politically correct or incorrect crimes in the first place. There should only be crimes.
Are Facts Obsolete?
Reasoned thoughts on Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Rodney King.
Should Profiling Be Banned?
The true villains, to whom anger should be directed, are the tiny percentage of people in the black community who prey on both blacks and whites and have made black synonymous with crime.
Opinions Versus Facts: Michael Brown, Officer Wilson and The Ferguson Riots
Who benefits from the Ferguson riots?
FDA Horror Stories: How the FDA Denies Drugs to the Terminally Ill
The FDA has vigorously defended its power to deny drugs to the terminally ill, and it has been successful.
A Guide for Confused Leftists on Policing a Riot
On Michael Brown, Ferguson and the militarization of the police.