. . . while most people are decrying the fact that these police officers receive better treatment, the greater tragedy is not that police officers received it, but that thousands of non-police officers do not—when they in fact probably could and should. . . . the point of concern should not be that officers get this treatment, but rather that everyone else does not.Read the rest here.
December 06, 2014
Who Watches the Watchmen? (#5)