Is Mexico a country of stronger institutions, more fidelity to the rule of law, as some claim? Or is it still the stereotypical home to corruption, cops on the take, and a slap on the wrist for politically-connected defendants?
As long as this country remains addicted to current drug laws, the police will have to enforce those laws. But where is it written that they must show up in the dead of night, armed and armored, in order to do so?
There will inevitably be moments when this site's readers will want to kick us straight to mandatory diversity training -- maybe you'll even post a little nasty gram of a comment. We welcome the dialogue.
If Congress wants to prevent violent hate crimes, they should pass legislation allowing men and women to carry a concealed weapon outside their home state: the truth is, law-abiding gun use saves lives.