1.Video Footage Counters Philadelphia Police Version of Fatal Shooting
2.Video Exposes Lying Cop Who Punched a Man in the Face and Charged HIM with Assault
3.Feds Threaten D.C. Officials with Prison If they Go Through with Pot Legalization on Thursday
4.Cop Brutally Attacks 78-Year-Old Grandma For Delivering Cupcakes To Her Grandchildren
5."Stop Resisting" Cop Yells After Kneeing Complaint Cuffed Man In Stomach So Hard He Ruptured His Spleen
6.The Disappeared: Chicago Police Detain Americans At Abuse-Laden 'Black Site'
7.Think You Have The Right To Demand Police Identify Themselves? Look Closer.
8.Forced Blood Draws, DNA Collection and Biometric Scans: What Country Is This?
9.Study After Study Shows The DHS Has An Intense Morale Problem That Can Apparently Only Be Solved By Study After Study
10.Virginia Lawmakers Attempting To Reform State's Asset Forfeiture Debacle By Pushing For A Conviction Requirement
America's #Hashtag Foreign Policyby Wendy McElroy
A foreign policy driven by twitter and celebrity 'selfies' holding signs is an embarrassing disaster. On April 14, 250+ Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped by the radical Islamic Boko Haram, which is on America's terrorist list. (Sources vary on the number of girls.) As of May 8, #BringBackOurGirls had been tweeted more than 1.6 million times and by such luminaries as Sean Penn and Angelina Jolie. Apparently that's enough for President Obama to send a team including military advisors into Nigeria.
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