Posted February 24, 2015 2:24 pm by Comments

By Tom Hudson


Every day, hundreds of thousands of men and women wake up and get dressed, put on dark blue, khaki, green, black, or gray pants and shirt. They attach a badge — whether star or shield shaped, it doesn’t matter. They wear a belt with all of the necessary tools to fight violence and lawlessness. They drive in a vehicle emblazoned with “Police” or “Sheriff” or “State Trooper” on the sides and the back, with the requisite light bar on the top. They patrol burgeoning cities and small country towns; congested expressways and desolate stretches of highway, all things announcing …read more

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