My Father was born in 1901 and was too young for World War One and too old to serve in World War Two. A gentle, quiet man, he would have been a terrible soldier. My older brother, however, was inducted in the U.S. Army and served during the Korean conflict. In the 1960s I served during a period of peace despite Cold War tensions.
Too many American police forces — from federal SWAT team of the (yes) U.S. Department of Education — “operate militarily and are trained to treat ordinary citizens as enemies.”
If you live in Indiana and the police happen to come to your abode … assume the position. Overturning a common law dating back to the English Magna Carta of…