Recent Posts

Walter Williams: Diversity and Inclusion Harm

By Walter E. Williams | cnsnews (Screenshot) In conversations with most college officials, many CEOs, many politicians and race hustlers, it's not long before ...

Read More

113 Mexican Politicians Have Been Killed Since September

Proving the drug war isn’t working, Mexico registered a record 29,168 homicides in 2017, which is the 11th year of ...

Read More

High crime rate in Mexico warrants building a wall

By James Lambert at Renew America Sadly, the US media barely reports the escalating crime rate south of the border. Mexican ...

Read More

ICE raid worries landscapers who say they can’t find legal workers

 Associated Press GOPUSA TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Already facing a severe labor shortage, landscaping businesses that can’t keep up with booming ...

Read More

Trump: Fake News is ‘Our Country’s Biggest Enemy’

President Donald Trump speaks with reporters outside the White House / Getty BY: David Rutz / the Washington Free Beacon. President Donald Trump declared ...

Read More

10 Years Ago Climate Scientists Said We’d Move to Antarctica… It’s -95F Right Now

  BY CILLIAN ZEAL /CT Ten years ago, a study was published that said a lot of us would be living in Antarctica just ...

Read More

Contending for the Faith--APN Report

American Pastors Network Contending for the Faith Loving Sinners while Hating Sin Are Homosexuals "rights" equal to the fight against segregation and racism? How should ...

Read More

House Unanimously Passes Barletta Bill to Fight Opioid Crisis

WASHINGTON – Today the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed H.R. 5294, the Treating Barriers to Prosperity Act of 2018, bipartisan legislation ...

Read More

Generated by  IJG JPEG Library

MEDIA RELEASE FROM LEBANON VA MEDICAL CENTER

Lebanon Veterans Affairs Nursing Home Receives 5-Star Rating Data Show VA Facilities Compare Closely With Private Sector Nursing Homes Overall   For Immediate ...

Read More

Letter writer makes call to action

      PROTECT OUR CONSTITUTION  Members & Friends, Please see the letter that was  mailed to the Attorney Generals  listed at the bottom of ...

Read More

Latest News

[smoothslider]

Crime At University Of Kansas Down After 6 Months Of Campus Carry

Share

Woman with concealed carry (shutterstock) Woman with concealed carry (shutterstock)

Photo of Scott Morefield

SCOTT MOREFIELD
Reporter at The Daily Caller

Six months into a campus carry rule at the University of Kansas that liberals were sure would result in bloody gunfights and grueling body counts, the actual crime statistics are telling an altogether different story.

From 2016 to 2017, crimes reported on campus went not up, but down, according to a Friday university police announcement reported by the Lawrence Journal-World.

According to the KU Office of Public Safety, criminal offenses went down from 770 incidents in 2016 to 671 the following year, an overall decrease of 13 percent.

Read More

Comments are closed.

Polls

Please take our reader satisfaction poll. Please select one from each part.

View Results