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  • Carlo Ancelotti: 'There is a very big problem in America. And police are part of that'

    The Everton manager on the killing of George Floyd, racial inequality, and returning to football in the Mersey derby “Look,” says Carlo Ancelotti, leaning towards the screen, a glint in his eye and a grin beginning to creep across his face. “I used to have a coach that said: ‘Coaching would be the best job in the world

    the Guardian
  • Fortnite removes police cars from the game following police brutality protests in the US

    US video games developer Epic Games has removed police cars from its hugely popular shooting game Fornite amid calls changes in US law enforcement.

    Mail Online
  • Protests Against Police Brutality Continue To Be Met With Police Brutality

    Protesters and press continue to face violent police outbursts at weekend protests. On Sunday, protests against police actions in California, Ohio, and elsewhere ended again in a barrage of rubber bullets and tear gas. In Compton yesterday, police fired at people gathered outside a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department station. The demonstrators were protesting the recent killing of 18-year-old Andres Guardado by sheriff's deputies. "It's unclear what prompted the deputies to resort to...

    Reason.com
  • Amnesty International creates a map of where police brutality occurred during police brutality protests

    Protests against police brutality have been met with an ironic wave of police brutality this past month, with U.S. law enforcement misusing tear gas, pepper spray, and "less-lethal" weapons on peaceful protesters. Now, Amnesty International has used social media to create a map of police violence across the U.S. Released on Tuesday, the map documents 125 separate instances of police violence against protesters occurring between May 26 and June 5. With incidents recorded in 40 states as well as...

    Mashable
  • This Is One of the Big Reasons Why the Nazis Lost the War

    Warfare History Network History, Europe A good thing too. Key point: The Axis were better organized--at least as first. However, Hitler would make many irreversal mistakes that would compound into his defeat. More From The National Interest:  Yes, America Has a ‘Ninja’ Missile  How China Could Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier  How the F-35 Stealth Fighter Almost Never Happened  Russia Has Missing Nuclear Weapons Sitting on the Ocean Floor  In May and June of 1940 the attacking Germans had a...

    The National Interest
  • Police Unions Should Be Protested, Not the Police

    For my internet video this week, my staff showed me clips of violent cops. It’s not just Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd’s neck for

    The Daily Signal
  • Why Police Reform Moves Us Towards a More Perfect Union

    With talk of reforms, the paramount focus cannot be just on “The Blue”     Needless to say, there is so much to talk about when it comes to police reform. We can talk about President Trump’s executive order to incentify police reform. We can talk about US Senator Tim Scott – himself a victim of police misconduct multiple times on Capitol Hill – and | Read More

    redstate.com