Denise McAllister

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Senior contributor to the Federalist, a web magazine focused on politics, policy and culture, with a conservative take on social issues

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How many Americans are killed by police every year? Who are they? Are the incidents justified? Nobody knows the answers to those questions.

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How many Americans are killed by police every year? Who are they? Are the incidents justified? Nobody knows the answers to those questions.

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