Mother Nature is unleashing her fury across the United States, and as people struggle to stay safe, we must remember that those helping us stay safe are suffering too.
Baton Rouge based organizations Behind the Line and Back the Blue are returning the favor; as the flood waters are receding around Houston, volunteers trucked in household...Read More
In our current world of anti-fascist, anti-white, anti-cop, anti-Trump, anti-government political culture wars, someone standing up for our men and women in blue is a breath of fresh air.
In a column titled “Let’s hear it for those who walk the blue line” in the Fort Wayne News Sentinel, the writer laments about the...Read More
The New York Police Department has come under fire after posting a video titled “Blue Racism.”
The video was made after the Charlottesville protests, where two officers were killed and four others severely wounded. The officer narrating the video explains that he and his comrade are not seen as sons and daughters, or even...Read More
The Thin Blue Line flag – a national symbol of police support – has joined the list of symbols Antifa deems as “fascist.”
This past Saturday, August 19, a “free speech” rally was held in Boston in protest of the riots in Charlottesville, SC. Of course anti-protestors showed up, which included Black...Read More
A 28-year-old police officer from Columbia, South Carolina took his own life July 28th.
According to The State article, Senior Deputy Derek Fish was found in his patrol car behind the station that evening. He had been on the force for six years, and had just been promoted, leaving many to wonder why he took his own life.... Read More
A new tool has intentions of building better relationships between police and the community, and a better chance of catching the bad guys.
“Blue Alert”, a warning system similar to “Amber Alert”, would notify the public when an officer is wounded or killed in the line of duty. The alert would include a description...Read More
Today’s racial turbulence has created an atmosphere where certain people feel entitled to everything, even in the most ridiculous situations.
In Houston, Texas, 18-year-old Zachary Randolph was working at Great American Cookie when an officer stopped by and ordered a cheesecake brownie. To show his appreciation, Randolph paid for...Read More