For months, the country has been rocked by constant rioting and people screaming for “racial justice” and police reform. If there has been any good from all this anti-police, anti-American rhetoric, it’s the fact that so many have stood up to show support for our nation’s constitution as well as our peace officers to attempt to drown out all the contempt against them.
I fear that a large amount of that support for the police is slipping away.
It’s no secret to anyone paying attention that the ones who call themselves anti-fascists (Antifa, who are themselves using the tactics of- and often described as- domestic terrorists) have gotten a [...]
Las Vegas, NV – Wounded officers in Las Vegas are getting some assistance from several of local businesses. Distill and Remedy’s, two local pubs, raised money for the Metro Injured Officer’s Fund by promoting drink specials utilizing Tito’s Vodka. The president of the MIOF, Chelsey Stunkle, received the check on behalf of the organization, totaling over $47,000.
Stay tuned to LENN for future news on wounded officer’s charities, initiatives, and donations to causes.
Peabody, MA – Peabody High School Principal and School board have fored a special education teacher to remove a mural outside of his classroom honoring fallen cops because teachers and students found it offensive.
Greg Schidler, a special education teacher, started a mural outside of his classroom five years ago honoring cops that have been killed in the line of duty.
The Peabody High School Principal along with the school board told Schidler last week that he had to remove the mural because students and teachers were “feeling threatened” by the mural honoring those who have sacrificed their lives to protect and serve their communities.