Democrats in Asheville and Charlotte have found themselves targeted by angry leftists for not falling in line with far-left demands on policing. Listen Here:

The City of Asheville is launching a 60-day initiative to increase policing, litter and graffiti removal, and monitoring of areas prone to vagrancy and drug use. The move comes after the leftist local government reduced policing in the wake of the Summer of Mostly Peaceful But Fiery Protests. Listen Here:

Heather MacDonald at City Journal writes: The idea that policing is racist, both in its treatment of black suspects and in its hiring of black officers, has led to manpower loss, a lowering of standards, and a drop in proactive enforcement. The resulting increase in crime then puts more downward pressure on hiring standards in […]

The Biden administration plans to end the public health emergency in May. The Hill has more:  The Biden administration on Monday announced that the COVID-19 public health emergency, which has been in place since January 2020, is set to end on May 11.  “The COVID-19 national emergency and public health emergency (PHE) were declared by the Trump […]

While activists try to make the murder of Tyre Nichols a symptom of white supremacy, it’s actually part of a larger issue that many seem uninterested in addressing. Listen Here:

The deadly beating of Tyre Nichols is just the latest tragedy to spark protests around the country. AP news reports:   The Memphis police chief disbanded the city’s so-called Scorpion unit on Saturday, citing a “cloud of dishonor” from newly released video that showed some of its officers beating Tyre Nichols to death after stopping the Black motorist.  Police Director […]

In Hour 1 of the program, Vince talks about the NY police officers and firefighters resisting the vaccine mandate and discusses our need for first responders. 

Our cyber security expert Theresa Payton elaborates on the Facebook Papers, as the social media giant faces scrutiny for their business practices, and a new virtual reality simulation custom made for police de-escalation training.


The move to downsize will dissolve roughly 20 jobs and save the town over $1 million. Among the changes included a three-year, $1.3 million contract awarded to the sheriff's department. Town leaders say it will increase their “boots on the ground” coverage by 75% and eliminate duplication of services, "allowing the town to use resources more efficiently and effectively."


An Army Officer in Virginia is seeking more than $1 million in damages against two police officers after being pepper-sprayed and forced to the ground during a traffic stop in December. The incident caught on video shows Army Lt. Caron Nazario pulled over in a black SUV for reportedly driving without a rear license plate.