WE ARE WARRIORS

  It took me a long, long time to learn my elbow from a hot rock. I think I’m gonna ride down to that village – Vin, The Magnificent Seven, 1960 These people deserve their lives back. – Sam Chisolm, The Magnificent Seven, 2016 Prior to the election of The Donald,...

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PRESIDENTS I’VE KNOWN

  Because I am a “lifer” in the military, I’ve seen the impact of a president more than many of you can imagine.  I enlisted with LBJ and saw just what a Democrat cluster-flock was all about. I went to Vietnam and saw how we were constantly and incessantly...

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SUPPORTING LAW ENFORCEMENT: THE TIME IS NOW

Author’s information:  this article was written by Cole P. Zail and published by the Association of American Mature Citizens.   It is published here because it reinforces the stated goals of CopBlue. In 2017, police face more danger and less cooperation than ever....

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THE HEROES OF HOUSTON

  This article has been written by a current Houston resident.  He is a retired naval officer who commanded river boats in Vietnam.  He speaks from experience.  He is describing the Heroes of Houston.   Hundreds and hundreds of small boats pulled by...

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LOVE IS ALL AROUND

  Love ... really? In the past few years, cops have been kicked, spit on, called horrible names, shot and killed. In the past ten years, one thousand, three hundred and seventy cops have been killed in the line of duty.  Yes.  THAT’S 1,370 of my brothers and...

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I Met Terrence Copeland Today

MEMORIES THAT ARE SEARED INTO A COP'S BRAIN - FOREVER   DATELINE:  Boca Raton, FL, July 26, 2009                         FROM THE CopBlue VAULT I met Terrance T. Copeland Jr. today at about 2:45PM. Terrance seemed a pleasant youngster of about 3 years old.   He...

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IRON FIST IN A VELVET GLOVE

  It’s an old Irish saying: “Iron fist in a velvet glove.”   That is an Irishman’s way to describe a demeanor that is soft and gentle yet prepared to beat your ass, if necessary.  Because there is Irish blood running through my veins, I was raised hearing a whole...

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I welcome you here but a few rules apply before you start crying to your Momma:

1. There is no political correctness here. If you are offended then leave.

2. Most of these articles and stories are for people that possess half a brain. And enjoy a good laugh – or a good cry.

3. Some of these stories deal with issues facing cops often in a humorous manner. Sometimes they are not funny. If you were dropped on your head as a kid and can’t figure this out, please look at the category tag on each article.