Friday happy dance

July 27, 2018

Say meow to my little friend

April 21, 2018

To protect and serve

December 28, 2016

Most cops have heard just about every excuse imaginable for why someone was driving too fast, but I think this might have been a first — the driver didn’t know how to tie his necktie and needed to find someone to help him. Watch this cop go above and beyond the call of duty. 

(This happened in the town where I have lived for the past 39 years. Our cops are the best.)

Friday happy dance

December 23, 2016

Happy Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

January 9, 2016

Many are cold, but few are frozen

February 21, 2015

In case you missed it, the police department of Harlan City, Kentucky, has issued an arrest warrant for Queen Elsa, whom they are blaming for the unseasonably cold weather.

In other news, the most recent Gallup poll finds that approval for global warming has risen to 63%.

Pinpricks of light amid the darkness

December 24, 2014

For some lucky drivers in Lowell, Michigan, a traffic stop turned out to be just an early Christmas surprise from the local police.

Veronika Scott designed a warm winter coat that transforms into a sleeping bag because she wanted to help homeless people survive the cold Michigan winters. But Veronika wasn’t satisfied with just keeping the homeless warm; she wanted to help them become independent. That’s why she created The Empowerment Plan, which employs homeless people to manufacture the coats, which are then distributed by homeless shelters and the American Red Cross.

Two Minnesota women started a choir — the Giving Voice Chorus — for people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. “It’s a time for them to remember who they were before the disease came,” said one of the founders. “They don’t feel like they have Alzheimer’s when they’re singing.”

Cops in Kansas City, Missouri, handed out hundred dollar bills (supplied by an anonymous donor) to people who seemed as if they could use a little help.

A former United States president dressed up as Santa Claus to spread a little Christmas cheer to sick children at a Dallas hospital. (That’s his Secret Service guy in the elf costume in the background.)
The son of a terrorist tells how he chose peace.

When two cops in Boynton Beach, Florida, learned that a local family couldn’t afford to have a Christmas tree this year, they took matters into their own hands and saw to it that the family had a tree, complete with a stand, lights and ornaments. (And if that little girl’s smile doesn’t warm your heart, there’s just no hope for you.)

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