Police reform requires starting over from the ground up. Anything less is just an adhesive bandage on a gaping, hemorrhaging, pus-filled wound.
Journalists who believe they are empowered to invade other people’s lives and private property for clickbait and airtime don’t care whose lives they destroy.
Oregon-elected officials and law enforcement use the Proud Boys failed attempt to stir up trouble as an excuse to remove restrictions on violence against Black Lives Matter protesters, brutally attacking them.
As Black Lives Matter protesters try to navigate peacefully in the streets of Portland, the rules for doing so are constantly shifting based on the whims of the system they seek to reform.
The Portland Police are guilty of numerous crimes and they act as if the law does not apply to them, they need to be held to account. F.I. Goldhaber examines their actions.
There’s the picture painted by right-wing media about protests in Portland, Oregon, and then there’s what is actually going on. Veteran Sean Davis experiences it firsthand.
Jason Arment follows up with Eric Parker, the Bundy Sniper, after a federal jury in Las Vegas deadlocks on federal charges, resulting in a mistrial. Parker remains in jail and is scheduled for another trial on June 26, 2017.
In the middle of publishing Jason Arment’s three-part interview with the Bundy Sniper, Eric Parker, Parker was arrested by FBI agents and immediately placed in solitary confinement without explanation.
Jason Arment concludes his fascinating, in-depth interview with “The Bundy Sniper,” Eric Parker. They continue discussing events in eastern Oregon and talk about other activist movements.
As Jason Arment continues to interview “The Bundy Sniper,” Eric Parker, their conversation turns to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge standoff, regarding who and what was taking place there.