In America there has always been this concrete distinction between the military and the police. When did the job of the police officer become the job of the solider? The job of a solider is to seek out eliminate and annihilate enemies of democracy and threats to the U.S. The police mantra is "To Protect and Serve" but with the brutal attacks and misconduct that has plague ours news like the recent incidents in Ferguson. Just who are the police protecting? We have seen time and time again the folly of government when military tactics are used to deal with domestic and civil affairs. When the government dehumanize civil disputes and issues and cloak them under the guise of "The War Against _______" a mindset is created that initiates a police state. Has the dehumanization of people and increase federal incentives created a over militarization of the police ?