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The Weight of Two Worlds: An Officer’s Dilemma

There is a man dancing in my living room right now.  No, I’m not hosting a bachelorette party.  I’m watching my husband make my little boy giggle so hard that he isn’t able to make any noise.  Our son doesn’t … Continue reading

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Because They Signed Up For It.

A certain phrase has been bothering me.  It is a sentence that seems to manage it’s way into every comment section of any news story.  It’s a minimizing phrase.  It’s ignorant, offensive, and ill-intended.  Today, the state of Texas has … Continue reading

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We Will Keep Writing.

We received our first death threat.  I read it over and over again before I submitted it to the FBI for review.  I wasn’t reading it because the person actually made me afraid.  I was reading it because I was … Continue reading

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“Dear Officer, I See You” Video Tribute

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13 Signs You Are a Police Wife

Let’s all be honest.  Police wives are crazy.  We aren’t fooling anyone.  We are flat-out, undeniably crazy. I’m not talking about the kind of crazy where you break into someone’s home and try on all their clothes. I’m not talking about … Continue reading

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There is a War on Goodness.

Michael Moore reminded me of something that I had forgotten.  For a moment, I had narrowed my views to believing that there was a war on police officers.  Don’t get me wrong.  There absolutely is a blatant attack that is … Continue reading

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Officer Down – Lessons on Losing a Brother

This story touched my heart and I needed to share it.  Our friend at COPLIFE.NET, Mike, waited 4 years to tell the story of losing a brother in blue.  Not only was he mourning the loss of his fellow officer and … Continue reading

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