The ex-cop charged with killing George Floyd should be allowed to await his trial in safety. That should be the standard for everybody.
Aggressive sloganeering doesn't necessarily lead to policy reforms.
The former Minneapolis police officer, who kneeled on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes, says two other cops failed to de-escalate the situation.
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After failing at the one thing people think they need from government, Minneapolis is getting tough on making damaged citizens pay up.
The fatal encounter demonstrates why police reformers want more departments to train officers in de-escalation.
The family of George Floyd probably won't be able to successfully sue Derek Chauvin in civil court because of qualified immunity, but they will help pay for the killer cop's retirement.
After George Floyd’s death, the city will bring in outside advisers to recommend changes to make policing more transparent and accountable.
A spokesperson for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety says they were scared people would drive too fast.
No amount of protesting is likely to reduce police brutality in the absence of structural reforms that increase accountability, competition, choice, and incentives.
The police aren't good at solving crime in general, regardless of the victim's race, ethnicity, or income. Making this about "privilege" actually undercuts the strength of the argument.
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Three other former Minneapolis police officers are now charged with aiding and abetting Chauvin.
When Minneapolis cops report that they used or threatened violence, blacks are on the receiving end three-fifths of the time.
The answer hinges on Derek Chauvin's state of mind as he kneeled on Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes.
Aggressive police tactics are likely to worsen the situation.
Are we seeing a tipping point where police begin to grasp why the public is so outraged?
So much for the First Amendment.
Police departments exist to protect people's persons and property. The Minneapolis Police Department has failed to do either.
State legislators want to allow duplexes statewide and eliminate local governments' ability to impose aesthetic design requirements.
The polyethylene lining on the cheery seasonal drink containers does not meet the city's exacting composting requirements.
The Minneapolis city council just made the rental business a lot riskier for property owners.
Larry Johnson's pet pigs have run afoul of Minneapolis' ban on city swine.
The local police union promises to defy him.
Urban liberals are won over to libertarian policies, if not libertarian politics.
The most bigoted tree in Minnesota?
When he grows up and gets that food truck, though, he'll probably have a very different experience.
County attorney blames uncooperative police for the delay.