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Dear Stefan Molyneux, Police Are Criminals.

Dear Stefan Molyneux, Police Are Criminals .
Dear Stefan Molyneux, Thanks for taking the time to read this. You’re a very big influence on me, my personal relationships, and my work. I watch or listen to everything you produce. I’ve listened to your audio books. I frequently reference your work in my own. I donate to you. So please know that I write to you today out of genuine concern. I’d frankly prefer to speak to you directly, but I have sent numerous emails to Mike on
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NYPD Officer Brian Moore – Just Another Dead Gun Grabber

NYPD Officer Brian Moore - Just Another Dead Gun Grabber
Apparently, it’s a crime to adjust your belt in Queens now, because that’s why NYPD Officer Brian Moore approached Demetrius Blackwell on Saturday. It was just after 6pm on 212th Street in Queens Village. Moore and his partner, Erik Jansen, both “anti-crime” officers, were in an unmarked car with Officer Moore at the wheel near 104th Avenue when they approached a man who was “walking and adjusting an object in his waistband”. In New York City, there is a “stop & frisk” policy that basically
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Sorry Molyneux, Competition is not Theft

Sorry Molyneux, Competition is not Theft
Stefan Molyneux recently released a video discussing the death of Eric Garner in Staten Island at the hands of NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo. Pantaleo put Garner in a chokehold for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes on the street, in an effort to arrest him. Garner died as a result, and a grand jury refused to indict officer Pantaleo. It’s not the first time Molyneux has chimed in the subject. I wrote an article recently blasting him for stating that you have to obey
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Dead Cops Means Less Oppression

Dead Cops Means Less Oppression

“When, then, does plunder stop? It stops when it becomes more painful and more dangerous than labor.” ~ Frédéric Bastiat In the wake of two NYPD Officers being gunned down in Brooklyn, the New York Post is reporting that traffic tickets and summonses for petty offenses are down 94%, arrests for drug offenses are down 84%, and overall arrests down 66%. It has helped contribute to a nose dive in low-level policing, with overall arrests down 66 percent for the week

What A Good (Living) Cop Looks Like

What A Good (Living) Cop Looks Like

Some people say “The only good cop is a dead cop”. I have a great deal of sympathy for that statement, because police are violent, dangerous criminals who pose a threat to the safety of all decent people. It is often overlooked however, that police have another option. They don’t have to be gang members, they don’t have to die for their life of crime. They can just quit their jobs. That’s right officer so and so, don’t tell me

Dead Cops Chose Their Fate

Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos Chose Their Fate

Two NYPD cops are dead in what appears to be an execution motivated by the Eric Garner and Michael Brown killings by police. The alleged shooter, Ismaaiyl Brinsley is reportedly dead as well, of a self inflicted gunshot wound. Given previous statements I’ve made when police have been killed, a lot of people were anxious to see what I had to say about the subject. Surprisingly though, I don’t find this story all that interesting. In fact, I don’t give a

Killing Cops on Free Talk Live

Killing Cops on Free Talk Live

The police don’t care anymore. Pete in California is sick of hearing about police brutality, and wonders what it’s going to take for people to start fighting back, and killing cops. Personally, I couldn’t agree more. That’s kind of unusual, because Pete in California is a religious zealot who usually calls in to complain about homosexuality, but he started this call off making a lot of sense. Ian predictably doesn’t like the idea of violence, even against brutal agents of

Molyneux: “If an officer commands you… obey”

Stefan Molyneux Says You Have To Obey Police

Stefan Molyneux recently released a video about the Eric Garner situation in New York. To his credit, I think Stefan did an excellent job of pointing out the nonsense of the race hysteria surrounding the situation, and he closes out with an important message striking the root of the problem, not dissimilar to the piece I published yesterday on the subject. A reader had brought it to my attention though, because he wasn’t sure what to make of what Stefan said

On Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, & Eric Garner

Protests over Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and Eric Garner

When racial hysteria dominates liberal media, and protests turn into riots, California is never far behind on joining in on the fun. In response to the grand jury decisions not to indict officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, or officer Daniel Pantaleo for the strangulation death of Eric Garner in Staten Island, New York, riots have broken out in Berkeley. To a lesser extent, there is also some talk of Tamir Rice, a 12 year old black