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Virgil – American Centurions: The Thin Blue Line Is Blue Collar America’s Gift to the Nation

Like the latter days of the Roman Empire, in this American republic, much of the elite has abandoned its national duty. So it’s been the commoners, with no higher title than citizen, who have undertaken the hard work of defending. America’s cops have been our steady blue-collar centurions fighting crime. In fact, a 1971 study found that police force had overwhelmingly blue-collar backgrounds; the fathers of 80 percent of NYPD recruits in that era were laborers or service workers.

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Texas Legislators Commit to Targeting ‘Sanctuary’ Havens

Texas legislators are sticking to their guns and are coming after cities and campuses in Texas that declare themselves havens for illegal aliens. They vow to put an end to the illegal sheltering and punish those who do it.

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Exclusive — Michele Bachmann on ‘Deranged’ Protesters Targeting Donald Trump’s Supporters, Motorcade: ‘Rent-A-Thugs’ Were ‘Looking for a Beat-Down’

The “deranged” progressive protesters who attacked GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s motorcade and targeted Trump supporters in Minneapolis on Friday night are being protected by Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told Breitbart News exclusively.

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Lehigh Prof: ‘Law and Order’ Has Been About Criminalizing People of Color

James Peterson, Lehigh University Associate Professor of English and Director of Africana Studies, reacted Saturday on MSNBC to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump calling himself the “law and order candidate” during his speech at the Republican National Convention by arguing

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Peru: Vigilantes Upload Viral Videos of Street Justice

Peru has been gripped by a massive crisis of law and order, with trust for ineffectual police and courts dropping to fearfully low levels. Vigilante justice is now being meted out on the streets—and, of course, uploaded to Facebook.