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You Can’t Change America Without Actual Change

In a remarkably condescending op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, columnist Robin Abcarian describes her trip to a Donald Trump rally at Selland Arena. “I waded into the crowd to find Latino supporters,” she writes. “Who were these people, exactly, who could vote for a man who has called Mexicans rapists and murderers, who insulted the Republican Latina governor of New ...

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New Memorial Day Tradition: Burn the Confederate Flag

Artist and activist John Sims isn’t content to limit his Memorial Day fire to a barbecue grill; he wants to start a brand new annual tradition: Burning the Confederate flag. Sims, a native of Sarasota, FL, first took aim at the flag 15 years ago with an art project that recolored it with red, black, and green paint – the ...

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Two Freddie Gray Officers File Suit Against Maryland

Imagine for a moment what life must be like for former Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. Imagine first the mental anguish that comes from taking another man’s life, regardless of the circumstances. Regardless of the aftermath. Imagine how that moment would eat away at your psyche, how you would continually question and doubt yourself, no matter how clear-cut your decision ...

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NPR’s Iran Deal Bias Exposed

According to a new story in the Associated Press, National Public Radio was among the media outlets that Obama administration propagandist Ben Rhodes used to sell the American people on the Iran nuclear deal. The AP reports that NPR accepted $100,000 from an organization named the Ploughshares Fund – an organization that worked closely with the White House to make ...

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Professor: America’s Police Descend From Slave Enforcers

The verdict came in Monday morning, and the news networks were just itching to show Baltimore once again in the throes of violent rioting. It was the first verdict rendered in the Freddie Gray murder trials – Officer Edward Nero found not guilty on all counts. Sadly for the cable shows, there was no immediate reaction from the Baltimore community. ...

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Can the Democrats Recover From Bernie Sanders?

Do you think you could count the number of times you’ve heard or read someone say that Donald Trump destroyed the Republican Party? Depending on how closely you follow political news, you might have heard this sentiment upwards of a thousand times over the last year. The GOP will never recover! This will doom the Republicans to second-tier status! The ...

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Romney Gives Up Trying to Stop Donald Trump

According to CNN, Mitt Romney is abandoning his search for a third-party candidate to run against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. After launching a withering attack on Trump in the primaries, Romney became one of the chief figureheads of the NeverTrump movement. While other Republicans were looking to unite behind the presumptive nominee, Romney – along with Bill Kristol, Erick ...

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Trump’s Conservative Court Picks Ease Fears

Donald Trump this week announced a list of 11 Supreme Court Justices that he hopes to nominate as president. This was perhaps the biggest roadblock Trump faced when trying to get conservatives fully behind his candidacy. While there will still be holdouts, this list should go a long way towards unifying the party. “I have a lot of people that ...

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9/11 Families Await Obama’s Decision

The Senate passed a bill this week that would let families of 9/11 victims sue the Saudi Arabian government, a measure opposed by President Obama and (of course) the Saudi government. For once, Senate Democrats are on the opposite side of the Obama administration, which has insisted that such legislation would harm the U.S.’s own claims to sovereign immunity. Critics ...

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Blue Lives Matter? Not at Dartmouth

At the campus of Dartmouth College, activism is welcomed, but only if that activism falls in line with leftist principles. No, the faculty at the Ivy League institution isn’t bringing this philosophy down from the top, but the students involved with Black Lives Matter have made the point quite clear. If there is any other message out there other than ...

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