Libertarians warned for years that America's police have become too much like an occupying army. We get accused of being paranoid, but we look less paranoid after heavily armed police in Ferguson, Missouri, tear gassed peaceful protesters, arrested journalists, and stopped some journalists from entering the town. Yet leftists still found ways to blame libertarians and advocates of private gun ownership. Since they seem so easily confused, and since there's plenty of blame to go around, John Stossel breaks down who's to blame for what in Ferguson.
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