Police chases do more harm than good

When the good motives of police drive them to take actions that pose a demonstrable risk to the public, like in the instances of high speed chases, it is necessary to erect more rigid restrictions on police activity.

Sit down, Romans

Just because locker room talk can get inappropriate and unethical, we have to point at ourselves when trying to assess who to blame in times like these — like moronic, hedonistic Romans, we have created the Williamses in this arena and we love the violence they bring us.

Clarification of self-defense and stand-your-ground

In a nutshell, a person can claim to have acted in self-defense when s/he protects him/herself, a third party or his/her property against an injury attempted by another person.

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