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The Police State
Dr. Ed Stringham writes in the Wall Street Journal on why American's faith in government law-enforcement is at a 20-year low.
Decentralization and SecessionThe Police StateU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionism
A "well-regulated militia," controlled by the states, was once considered essential to providing a counterweight against federal power.
The Police StateWar and Foreign Policy
The greatest threat to American safety is the actions of its own government.
Legal SystemThe Police StatePolitical Theory
Government policing is, after all, a government program. It should be treated accordingly.
Media and CultureThe Police State
Villainous Team Rocket may not have been able to stop Pikachu, but they are mere amateurs compared to the State.
StrategyThe Police StateTaxes and SpendingPrivate Property
It is time to admit that the Broken Windows theory has failed and the answer lies in limiting police powers, not in expanding them.
Legal SystemThe Police StateU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
Because policing is heavily subsidized by taxpayers, people call the police far more than they would otherwise.
Legal SystemThe Police StateInterventionism
Many encounters will police escalate to the point of violence because the list of criminal offenses is so long, and the penalties are so draconian.
The Police StatePrivate Property
Private policing isn't some fantasy, and it isn't just a luxury enjoyed by the rich.
Legal SystemThe Police StateU.S. History
There are two sets of rules that function in America. One set for the political class, and another set for everyone else.