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Why Fighting Divisive Racial Narratives Is A Patriotic Necessity

Charles Love’s Race Crazy: BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement arrives in the midst of a glut of books about The 1619 Project, Black Lives Matter, and the various incarnations of the modern woke movement. While many of these books are fine contributions to the corpus chronologizing America’s disturbing descent into tribal conflict, a decade from now, Love’s book—a…

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What’s Behind The Massive Spike In Violence Inside Public Schools Nationwide

Ask any public high school student: violent in-school fights are on the rise and discipline is on the decline. Just consider one public high school: Madison East in Madison, Wisconsin. In late September, local media reported a series of “disturbing” cell phone videos depicting vicious fights and beatings occurring in class and on school grounds over the course of several…

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Kyle Rittenhouse And Every Able-Bodied Man Had A Moral Obligation To Protect Kenosha

Despite his acquittal, the left continues to smear Kyle Rittenhouse as a bloodthirsty, “Call of Duty”-playing white supremacist. But if you were in the city of Kenosha, as I was, when the riots erupted, you would know that Rittenhouse was hardly a rogue vigilante. He was one of many brave Kenoshan men who took up arms to protect their families,…

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Prosecutors In The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Are Telling Jurors A Story Refuted By Video Evidence And Eye-Witness Testimony

For there to be a murder conviction in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, two things have to happen: Jurors must feel intimidated into rendering a guilty verdict and prosecutors must convince those jurors of a version of events that directly contradicts eye-witness testimony and what is plainly seen on video. The intimidation factor is already in the bag. Multiple jurors…

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Potential Jurors In The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Are Scared, And They Have Every Reason To Be

Kenosha County, Wis., Circuit Court Judge Bruce Schroeder has a fanciful idea: That the trial he’s overseeing that includes murder charges against 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse can be removed from politics. He said so on Monday during jury selection. “We don’t want to fall into the trap,” he said, “that many in the media have, a large percentage of the media,…

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Why Joe Biden’s Expansion Of Bears Ears National Monument Is An Aggressive Land Grab

President Joe Biden reinstated Obama-era boundaries for a trio of national monuments Friday, expanding the monuments by millions of acres under rigid federal restrictions. The new boundaries include more than 1.3 million acres at Bears Ears National Monument in Utah and more than 1.8 million acres at the state’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Biden also reintroduced commercial fishing limits on…

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A Comparison Of The 2017 Inauguration Riot, 2020 George Floyd Riots, And 2021 Capitol Riot

The Federalist: This chart is republished from Real Clear Politics’s live version. The original will be continuously updated, while this one is static. It is the current data as of 6 a.m. ET Sept. 13. For links to sourcing and to see the real-time updated chart, click here. In which @mikeallen asserts, contrary all evidence, that the summer of 2020,…

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After The Vicious Murder Of Chicago Police Officer Ella French, What’s Next, America?

You can just tell from the photos that she was kind. As a police officer on Chicago’s South Side, Ella French witnessed more than her fair share of violence. But in every photo, she smiles like someone who refuses to be corrupted or beaten down by evil. It’s not a naive smile, but a forgiving one—the kind that acknowledges the…

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Biden Administration Explores Dragging Land Agency Away From U.S. Land, Back To The Swamp

DENVER, Col. — President Joe Biden’s Interior Secretary Deb Haaland gave the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) headquarters in Grand Junction, Colorado a visit last week as she contemplates the agency’s return to Washington, DC. “My first priority is to avoid doing any more harm to the BLM’s dedicated employees,” Haaland said, and indicated a decision is likely to come…

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New Details Expand Biden Nominee Tracy Stone-Manning’s Role In Ecoterrorism Case

The primary investigator in a 1989 Idaho tree spiking case sent a letter to Senate lawmakers Wednesday with new details about the nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management’s role in an episode of ecoterrorism. Tracy Stone-Manning, President Joe Biden’s pick to oversee the nation’s federal lands, struck a deal for immunity with federal prosecutors in 1993 over her…

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I Shouldn’t Be Forced Into Politics To Play College Sports

“Black Lives Matter is not political, it’s basic human rights,” my coaching staff and teammates heading our new “Call to Action Committee” told me and the other team members after practice. They were responding to some of the concerns I had expressed prior to the team meeting. By the next game, while running out of the tunnel 10 of my…

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For Less Policing, Black Communities Need More Married Fathers

Father’s Day is a time to appreciate the role fathers play in training the next generation, and then-presidential candidate Barack Obama used his national platform to do so in a memorable speech 13 years ago. “Of all the rocks upon which we build our lives, we are reminded today that family is the most important,” Obama said. “And we are…

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This Black-Owned Boutique In Philadelphia Didn’t Let BLM Rioters Spell Its Doom

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. — A men’s shoes and accessories store in Center City, Philadelphia was looted last summer during the Black Lives Matter riots. Owner Steve Jamison, a black man who started Blue Sole Shoes in 2007, did not see it coming. “I just thought that Philly was different,” he told me. “I thought we would respond in a different way.”…

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