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Police get their budgets back

Police get their budgets back

Bertha Rendon Delgado is president of the East Town Lake Citizens Neighborhood Association, representing her historic minority neighborhood in Austin, Texas. Delgado worried when the Austin City Council voted last summer to cut a significant portion of the police budget. Since then, the average police response

Canceling Thomas Jefferson

Canceling Thomas Jefferson

After more than a century, the New York City Council is removing a statue of Thomas Jefferson from its chamber. The decision, which was made by the New York City Public Design Commission, was unanimous. It was wrong, too. Justifying the move, Councilperson Adrienne Adams proposed

There is no proof that involved, concerned parents are a dangerous threat to school boards

There is no proof that involved, concerned parents are a dangerous threat to school boards

President Joe Biden’s top law enforcement official has made a mountain out a molehill, and as a result, school administrators may threaten parents who are speaking up on behalf of their children.  On Monday, Attorney General Merrick Garland released a memorandum describing how the Federal Bureau of Investigation will

A desperate cry

A desperate cry

Three weeks before a notorious Haitian gang kidnapped 17 missionaries visiting an orphanage outside Port-au-Prince on Oct. 16, armed gunmen attacked the morning worship service of First Baptist Church in the capital city’s downtown. As shots flew near the front gate, Haitian church members ducked