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‘Treated rather than arrested’ in city/county de-escalation program

The prospect of policing reform hinges on training of police officers and sheriff’s deputies. Training in de-escalation is the key to saving American lives and ending the cop-caused bloodbath that has plagued a submissive American population for decades, with bodycounts begun only in recent years. In 2016 American police and deputies took... [...]

November 7, 2017

Devon Patrick Kelley’s sermon notes in TX church massacre

A review of Devon Patrick Kelly’s atheistic compulsion to gun down 26 people worshiping the one true God. (Courtesy Noogaradio 92.7) The post Devon Patrick Kelley’s sermon notes in TX church massacre appeared first on Nooganomics. Local economy & free markets. ... [...]

November 6, 2017

2 words from judges Poole, Statom could solve jail crowding crisis today

Criminalization of non-criminal behavior and examples of bad behavior and misjudgement is pushing Hamilton County into a jail funding and jail crowding crisis, the pressure of which is intensifying. The judicial industrial complex feeds a host of trades, including the attorney cartel, and has many reasons to continue the status quo... [...]

November 2, 2017

Free speech RIP as 2 TN protests turn into police extravaganza

Two rallies in Tennessee on Saturday ended peacefully, and the security state is taking full credit. White Lives Matter events in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro were met strongly by counter-protesters who outnumbered the original demonstrators three to one or more. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 92.7 According to news reports, 160 pro-white... [...]

October 30, 2017

Cops, deputies get refresher: Talk, patience, grace avoid violence, save lives

Police officers and sheriff’s deputies in the Chattanooga area are learning a vital technique of local economy: Voluntary relationships and free market techniques vs. force and violence. And increasingly angry public concerned about gangland-style police bullying and violence is pushing the Chattanooga police department and the Hamilton County sheriff’s office to... [...]

October 28, 2017

Old? Autistic? Deaf? Mentally ill? Don’t call cops

Anyone who cares for someone with a developmental disability, as well as for disabled people themselves every day in fear that their behavior will be misconstrued as suspicious, intoxicated or hostile by law enforcement. —Steve Silberman, The New York Times By John Whitehead Life in the American police state is an endless series of don’ts delivered at the end of a loaded gun: don’t talk back to police officers, don’t even think about defending yourself against a SWAT team raid (of which there are 80,000 every year), don’t run when a cop is nearby lest you be mistaken for The post Old? Autistic? Deaf? Mentally ill? Don’t call cops appeared first on Nooganomics. Local economy & free markets. ... [...]

October 25, 2017

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