Friday, June 5, 2020

It’s time to stop the squabbling and start safeguarding the communities and homes of everyone.

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It’s time to stop the squabbling and start safeguarding the communities and homes of everyone. Mayors and governors ought to bring all of the available public safety resources to bear to stop violence in our communities. The U.S. military, including the National Guard, can provide trained, responsible, and appropriate lawful assets available at the request of state and local officials. The federal government should not have to step in and direct those efforts. At the same time, the federal government needs to take the lead going after the professional agitators. Federal, state, and local law enforcement and intelligence officials must pool their efforts and resources. Tap our stories to read more from James Carafano Photo credit: Win McNamee, Getty Images

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New column from Andrew Napolitano: Colonial America was filled with summer soldiers and sunshine patriots who wanted triumph over tyranny but were afraid to fight for it. Of course, enough did fight. They won the Revolutionary War and they enacted a Constitution intended to prevent both anarchy and tyranny. ➤Tap the link in our bio to read more Today, we have both. America is under attack by three deadly viruses. COVID-19 has killed more than 107,000 Americans since March. Yet, it pales in comparison to the virus it provoked — hubris. And that, in turn, provoked the virus that has bedeviled America since the 17th century — racism. Right now, the largest U.S. cities in at least 28 states are under curfew and many are patrolled by National Guard troops as the cities have been beset by violence. #opinion #commentary #editorial #covid #riots #libertarian #law #justice #politics #washingtontimes

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