Is there a middle ground between the aggressive foreign policy of the Bush Administration and the passive and hesitant foreign policy of the Obama Administration? Yes, and New York City is a model. How so? Bret Stephens, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Wall Street Journal, explains how the NYPD's "broken windows" policy--swiftly and forcefully punishing even petty crimes--can be applied by the United States on a global scale. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt
Drugs,Guns and the Assassination of a Rookie Police Officer Edward Byrne
Strategic Protection Group's Michael Zotto is Interviewed about the uptick in Gun Violence and Drugs- Reflecting back to a time Rookie Police Officer Edward Byrne was Assassinated
After a parole officer was found shot dead in his car, the FBI, DEA and NYPD struggled to contain the mounting violence from drug gangs that continued to escalate. Authorities sought to put two ruthless drug kingpins, Howard “Pappy” Mason and Lorezno “Fat Cat” Nichols, behind bars for the crime. THE FBI FILES reveals the crime busting techniques and forensic science used by the FBI to solve the most baffling cases. Former head of the FBI's New York Office James Kallstrom hosts these true stories of crime and detection.