• Defunding the Police

    This is the statue of the Texas Ranger….the epitome of law enforcement professionalism and, the State of Texas itself, the Texas Rangers are highly regarded as one of the finest Law Enforcement Organizations in the world. Last week it was removed under the order of the City of Dallas because people are distorting history in an effort to tear apart our Country.


    How are we supposed to act when it seems like the world is self destructing?  The stories of defunding police departments is one of the most idiotic ideas so far.  If we care about poor people trapped in ghettos, this is one of the most harmful policies yet.  The police are often the only thing standing between them and violent criminal predators.

    Sadly, we now have a bunch of lynch mobs trying to kill people, harm innocent businesses, deface our monuments, trash our neighborhoods and destroy our Country.  When is it going to stop!!!

  • What’s A Person To Do?

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    There’s a right way and a wrong way to handle being pulled over by a member of the law enforcement community. Many of the problems Ferguson has are related to how the police and citizens view each other.

    In the short summary, most of our problems are created by ungodly attitudes on both sides. Police officers are human beings and are also capable of making mistakes. On the other hand, most of the citizens who necessitate a visit from a police officer are not behaving in a civil manner. That’s why they are interacting with someone who can restore law and order and is expected to do that.

  • Retired Police Officer Gary Wiegert


    Does the sound of a police siren freak you out?

    Have you or a friend ever been pulled over by the police?

    Today we have a conversation with Gary Wiegert, a retired police officer, who can explain to us what is happening to modern day police work and some little known insights into what happened in Ferguson.

    You’ll get some tips that might help you if you ever get pulled over.

    Our guest, Gary Wiegert is also a lobbyist for the St. Louis Tea Party. He shares some thoughts with us about fusion voting and the Transportation Freedom Act being proposed in Congress.