The MMA Road Show with John Morgan, No. 271 – Las Vegas – UFC 250 preview
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Defund the Police
What are the police for? Why are we paying for this?The death of George Floyd and the egregious, unprovoked acts of police violence at the peaceful protests following his death have raised these urgent questions. Police forces across America need root-to-stem changes—to their internal cultures, training and hiring practices, insurance, and governin
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If history is any guide, Americans might get much more from Trump's violent display than just the election of Joe Biden.
Letters to the Editor: Slashing the LAPD budget is an overreaction that will do more harm than good
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