MSM "resistance" to the po-po continues as public TV offers a platform for more law enforcement debate, consideration and criticism.
Here's the premise of a recent forum that examines data and continued negative public perception of police stops . . . Check-it:
"It's been exactly 20 years since Missouri began requiring police to list a driver's race on every traffic stop. It was one of the first states in the country to do so. But has it made any difference? And amid rising scrutiny over policing in America, are there better ways to root out bias?"
You decide . . .