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CPRC in the Pittsburg Tribune-Review: “Twisting statistics to smear cops”

John Lott’s latest piece at the Pittsburg Tribune-Review starts this way: False claims about police brutality are poisoning race relations. This feeling of “unfairness,” as President Obama noted in his weekly address on May 16, is “fuel(ing) the kind of unrest that we’ve seen in places like Baltimore, Ferguson and New York.” The riots it…

Georgia Permit Holder Uses Gun to Stop Carjacking

The fact that the police shook the permit holder’s hand says it all.  Apparently this is the second time that the permit holder has used his gun in self defense.  As the TV anchorwoman says, the permit holder certainly doesn’t plan on becoming a victim any time soon.  In this case the permit holder was…

CPRC at Fox News: “Where’s the coverage of heroes who stop mass killings?”

John Lott’s newest piece at Fox News starts this way: Heroic citizens stopping someone from killing a large number of people don’t seem to be considered news worthy.  Don’t people want to read about a brave soul risking his life by running towards the sound of gunfire while others run away?  Yet, such stories never…

Is this really a big surprise?: “In Baltimore, Arrests Down and Crime Up”

Police are afraid if they arrest someone or confront a criminal something will go wrong — that the criminal will die or get hurt and the police officer will become the official criminal. From the Wall Street Journal: The number of arrests has fallen here since Freddie Gray’s death put the police department under intense…

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