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14th Anniversary of 9-11: We Will Never Forget – Though Some Don’t Care To Remember


It is not just about saying “We Will Never Forget” but more that “We Will Always Remember,” and will always honor and will always pass the torch. Read More »

Shot NYC Cop’s Son Mourns His Father – A Fate All Cop Families Always Fear

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Rule number one of police work: cops are going out into something similar to a war zone, and there is nothing their families can do about it but pray that they come home. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Night Shadows’ by Theodore Jerome Cohen


Cohen's writing just keeps getting better. Read More »

Senate Wars Episode II: Attack of the Drones

Like that old movie slogan tells you, “Be afraid; be very afraid.” Read More »

Cop Buying Homeless Man Shoes – A Great Christmas Story

We can only wonder what Police Officer Larry DePrimo thought when he first saw 54-year-old Jeffery Hillman sitting barefoot in the cold. Read More »

Book Review: Death in the 12th House: Where Neptune Rules (Starlight Detective Agency Series) by Mitchell Scott Lewis

After the death of the aging rock star Freddie Finger, astrologer detective David Lowell is brought into the case. Read More »

Book Review: Seven Ways To Die by William Diehl with Kenneth John Atchity

More than a suspenseful crime thriller, it's a labor of love. Read More »

Book Review: We’re Not Leaving: 9/11 Responders Tell Their Stories of Courage, Sacrifice, and Renewal by Benjamin J. Luft, M.D.

First-hand stories told by the 9/11 workers who saved lives and sacrificed their own. Read More »

Book Review: Fraterfamilias by Judith Doloughan and Paula R. Stiles

A look into the question of "Do you really want to live forever?" Read More »

RIP Ford Crown Victoria

It seems only yesterday the last Checker Cab retired. Now the Crown Victoria is headed for the same graveyard. Read More »