It depends on what you mean by “cops.”
Tag: by the numbers
Was there really an unprecedented spike in shootings of police?
Police are safer than ever — but why?
How many people are killed by police? The numbers are interesting, but not illuminating.
The Council of Economic Advisers says the US has 35% fewer police than the world average; really?!
Jim Clifton, chairman and CEO of the polling company Gallup, published an opinion piece this week denouncing the official unemployment rate of 5.6% as a “big lie.” It’s a lie, he says, repeated to make the Obama administration look good and deceive Americans about the economy. “The media loves a comeback story,” he writes, “the White House wants to score … Continued
It’s flu season again, which means that soon a crop of viral myths and memes about the flu vaccine will spread over the internet. Besides the usual BS about vaccines and autism, one specific claim that I’ve heard probably a couple dozen times in the last five years is that the H1N1 swine flu vaccines actually “killed more … Continued
How dangerous is it to be a cop? That depends on how many cops there are.