President Trump announced Monday that he’ll light the White House blue to honor police officers for Monday’s Peace Officer Memorial Day.
The president signed a proclamation Monday declaring the day “Peace Officer Memorial Day” and the upcoming week “Police Week.” At the signing ceremony, Trump said that he would also request that American flags fly at half-mast to memorialize fallen officers, according to a pool report.
“During Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week, we honor the men and women of law enforcement who have been killed or disabled in the course of serving our communities. Police officers are the thin blue line whose sacrifices protect and serve us every day, and we pledge to support them as they risk their lives to safeguard ours,” Trump said in the text of the proclamation…. read more
….“Nearly every police official interviewed agreed that for the first time, law enforcement not only felt that their national political leaders [publicly] stood against them, but also that the politicians’ words and actions signified that disrespect to law enforcement was acceptable in the aftermath of the Brown shooting,” the study said. As a result, “Law enforcement officials believe that defiance and hostility displayed by assailants toward law enforcement appears to be the new norm.”….
….The report cited an example in which an officer was slammed to the ground and beaten but refused to shoot the assailant “for fear of community backlash.”
“The officer informed the superintendent that the officer chose not to shoot because the officer didn’t want his/her ‘family or department to have to go through the scrutiny the next day on the national news,’ ” the study said.”… read more
Matthew 24:10 And then many will be offended and repelled and will begin to distrust and desert [Him Whom they ought to trust and obey] and will stumble and fall away and betray one another and pursue one another with hatred. 11 And many false prophets will rise up and deceive and lead many into error. 12 And the love of the great body of people will grow cold because of the multiplied lawlessness and iniquity, AMP
There are consequences when a nation turns from God.
It’s a rescue some officer never imagined they would have to make but two Cincinnati police officers helped a tangled goose.
Most of us dial 911, but this time it was a peck that caught the attention of Sgt. James Givens.
But there was something more: when Givens eventually followed the goose, he found her gosling all tangled up in the string of a balloon.
“It isn’t going to live long because it was all around its neck, his feet, his body, and I didn’t want to get too close cause I heard they will attack you,” said Givens…. read more
lhwm notes: Sweet story!
Neighbors in Hurst are now pushing back after a police drone hovered over a resident’s backyard without warning.
Bobbie Sanchez said the feeling of privacy disappeared when her child said “Mommy there’s a drone over our roof.”
Sanchez said it was hovering long enough for her to take photos and then call for help.
“They’re watching my children play in the backyard,” said Sanchez. “I called the Hurst Police Department and was pretty surprised to hear that it was them.”… read more
(Natural News) If you thought that your search engine history was private, think again. It’s not. Or, at least, it may not be, depending on whether or not you’re under police investigation.
According to The Free Thought Project, a court in Minnesota has recently ruled that an entire city’s search history should be made available to police, an Orwellian first as far as anyone can tell. It may well mark the beginning of the end of Internet freedom.
Cops in Edina, Minn., were granted a warrant that requires search giant Google to provide search history information and the names of everyone in the city who utilized specific search terms between Dec. 1, 2016, and Jan. 7, 2017. (RELATED: BOMBSHELL Investigation: Google An “Information Dominance” Front For The CIA)…[read more]
lhwm notes: These search engines protect your privacy when searching,
Duck Duck Go
These browsers protect your privacy and are similar to internet explorer, chrome etc.