Tuesday morning saw another encouraging sign, citizens taking it upon themselves to clean up the damage from the riots. Kids offered police bottles of water, men stood in front of the police picket line, putting themselves between the police and potential troublemakers.
A champion is supposed to be the best, without equal. She was supposed to be America's champion in foreign policy. The world has a foreign policy champion. Unfortunately for us, he resides in the Kremlin.
None of the heads of these agencies can be voted out by the American public. Allowing these agencies to cross the line from administrators of law to creators of law make it easier for statists to subvert the U.S. Constitution gain control over us.
The raids, according to the article, were called for by a partisan political opponent of Governor Walker's, District Attorney John Chisholm, a Democrat. Staring as an embezzlement investigation, Chisholm expanded his investigation to include many of Walker's allies. This expansion coincided, with the protests and eventual passage of Wisconsin's Act 10.
All of the top-tier candidates have both pros and cons. They are all good, but none of them are perfect. I've often wished I could combine two or more of the candidates and create on super candidate.
Reducing pollution seems like a pretty straight forward proposition, if human activity creates waste, that waste should be disposed of in such a way as to not harm the environment. It is something that can be measured, and often the benefits are immediately apparent.
The more conservative parts of the country tend also to be some of the more rural, where the farms and ranches are, where Americans live closest to the land. These areas have the greatest concentrations of hunters, farmers and sportsmen in the country, in short those with the most to lose by not respecting Mother Earth.