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Be Sure You’re Reaching Your Audience

Government budgets are taking a hit – correction, a big hit. One of the byproducts of this economic fallout, created in large part by the Covid pandemic, is the reduction of police training budgets. Of course, it seems that training budgets always take a hit when money is taken away

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Losing and Winning

I remember clearly my high school basketball coach speaking (yelling?) to us during a timeout. You see, we were ahead by a sizable score to begin the second half. Yet, here we were in the fourth quarter barely holding on to our lead. The reason – we had slowed down

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Avoid the Corners

“…officers then kicked him repeatedly and beat him with batons for a reported 15 minutes. The video showed that more than a dozen cops stood by, watching and commenting on the beating.” “Residents set fires, looted and destroyed liquor stores, grocery stores, retail shops and fast food restaurants.” Are these

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Following the Army’s Lead

In August 2019, the Army Times announced that the United States Army would be introducing a new firearms qualification program. Todd South wrote in the article that the new program would be replacing one that has been in place since 1956. According to the author, soldiers have until October 2020

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The Compounding Effect

Financial experts all agree – the sooner you begin saving for your retirement, the better off you are. It is mind boggling the power of making regular deposits early in our adult lives can have on our retirement funds. And it’s all because of the power of compound interest –

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We Are Our Brothers’ and Sisters’ Keeper

We love the thin blue line family. In our humble opinion, the two most honorable professions are the military and law enforcement. Both fields represent courage, sacrifice, and a desire to serve others. The people who dedicate themselves to public service truly are heroes. Yet, even heroes sometimes stumble. Sometimes

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