Is there anything more pitiful than La-La-Land progressivism?


Six reasons that could lead to a “cop free world” are listed. Not surprisingly, they totally ignored encouraging people to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights by being properly trained to defend themselves and others if necessary. People who can defend themselves do not always need to rely on the police, but Rolling Stone skipped that fairly large point.

It’s probably for the best though, because when RS tries to talk about guns they embarrass themselves horribly — and they already have enough of a problem on the credibility front.


10 Responses to “Rolling Stone keeps its foot on the throat of credibility: Imagine a world without police”

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  3. David on June 14th, 2016 3:29 am

    Oh!!! That’s a bull shit!!! I can’t imagine a world without police. Police officers have been doing a great job in their duty life. They haven’t getting much time to spend with their family. So I appreciate each and every police officer in the world. editorial makeup artist

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  7. O.S.I. on June 1st, 2017 4:13 pm

    Let's face it there was a time when cops were called Peace officers. Now they are para-military private armies with tanks, assorted aircraft, and a system that holds them to less responsibility than a soldier on the battle field. Time for a citizen Geneva rights accord to limit police war crimes against a civilian population.

  8. Roger on June 1st, 2017 5:48 pm

    You of course might think so.

    Police officers are locally hired, locally controlled and if you don't have a good relationship with the law enforcement officers in your locality, perhaps you should examine your style of dealing with others?

  9. Rufus Y. Ritchey on August 1st, 2017 1:09 pm

    If the public can be prefect without doing any crime than there is no need of policing or police officers only. Recently I was surfing who can write an essay for me and have read an interview of city police commissioner which was published in a news, and he is saying that they are spending 75% of their budget money on policing and night searches only.

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    Recently I was surfing who can write an essay for me and have read an interview of city police commissioner which was published in a news

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