Because freedom can't protect itself
I think you are going to be sorry about this one. People out of work and looking for jobs. Could be a mistake.
Law enforcement officials, like Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Is what the country needs more of.
I recently visited a podcast site and radio station that creates a lot of shows on issues like this one. If you go to radioproject.org, you can download any of the podcasts. Check it out!
Profiling of all types exist. How about when a customer walks onto a car lot, right away the salesman will make a unconcious decision as to whether he thinks that customer can afford to buy or not. It won't stop until Jesus comes back.
It is only the "tough on crime" members of law enforcment and the judicial system that your organization seems to despise. But when a pro-crime judge or officer of the law lets a criminal off easy and the innocent are victimized, there is no opposition from the ACLU. I pray for the day when the law-abiding will say ENOUGH and take the law into their own hands. We see what you do for the rights of the criminal, but when are you going to stand up for the innocent?
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