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Democrats have been divided nationally over whether or not the push to “defund the police” severely broken their electoral prospects in 2020 or had no impact in any respect. It’s a debate taking place in almost each huge metropolis in America.

“After George Floyd, the world actually turned its eye to Minneapolis. The strain was on,” mentioned Robin Wonsley Worlobah, a neighborhood organizer and candidate for Metropolis Council. “Actually, we’re seeing what legacy are we creating within the wake of George Floyd. What are we going to do about the way forward for public security? As a result of what

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The late Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson made an astute pronouncement regarding the role of government in managing the citizenry. He wrote, “It is not the function of our government to keep the citizen from error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the government from falling into error.” This kind of thinking has served the United States well for almost two and a half centuries.

Justice Jackson would have been shocked and saddened to see the results of a recent Pew Research Center poll which assessed public perception of the role of government in controlling false information.

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The movement to defund the police, which has been pushed by both Democratic lawmakers and members of the media, has been devastating to police departments across the country, hurting recruitment and retention and hindering response times, according to Dr. Darrin Porcher, a veteran of the New York City police department.

Porcher said media coverage of law enforcement

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