Oakland learns that 'criminal justice reform' makes women easy targets

  (Washington Examiner) : Democratic-run cities always think it sounds good when a liberal prosecutor comes along and talks about ending “mass incarceration” and “criminal justice reform.” Then they get met with the reality of what that looks like in ..

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Legacy at The Grand in York awarded three AA Rosettes

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Russia Prepares Nationwide Drills With Nuclear War Scenario

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