civil rights

BLM’s Popularity Is A Politically-Motivated Myth

Ken Blackwell, The supposed popularity of “Black Lives Matter, Inc” is a complete fantasy — willfully repeated ad nauseum by the left and the media — that is distorting public discourse… read more BLM’s Popularity Is A Politically-Motivated Myth

Michelle Malkin vs. Leftist Fascist Mob

Joseph Klein, A leading conservative warrior sends “LAW & ORDER!!! S.O.S!” message to Trump. It was supposed to be a peaceful expression of support for Denver’s beleaguered local police. The… read more Michelle Malkin vs. Leftist Fascist Mob

Rising crime rate could hurt Biden in presidential race

Michael Goodwin, Biden will have to separate himself from the blue-state rioters or watch his chances go up in their flames. From sea to shining sea, crime is surging and gunfire rings throughout… read more Rising crime rate could hurt Biden in presidential race

Federal officers use gas to clear protesters in Portland

Federal officers deployed tear gas and fired less-lethal rounds into a crowd of protesters in Oregon, hours after the the head of the Department of Homeland Security visited Portland and… read more Federal officers use gas to clear protesters in Portland

5 Things America Needs to do to Prevent Another Civil War

John Hawkins, Increasingly, the United States is not a unified country, a moral country, or a country that continues to do the things that made us successful in the first… read more 5 Things America Needs to do to Prevent Another Civil War

Why We Won’t Have a Civil War

Bruce Thornton, But there is a more worrying possibility. The latest take on the recent riots and protests is that our political “cold” civil war is turning hot. The political… read more Why We Won’t Have a Civil War

Walter E. Williams: Now What?

Walter E. Williams, No decent person can support George Floyd’s mistreatment, or the mistreatment of anyone else, at the hands of police officers with the sworn duty to uphold the… read more Walter E. Williams: Now What?

The Slave & The Master

Tetsuhiko Endo, Uncomfortable, isn’t it? A brief history of the world’s greatest taboo. Nigger. There it is in print. Those six letters, arranged in vulgar order and spoken in our minds as… read more The Slave & The Master

How Rioting Ended the Shutdown

John and Andy Schlafly, After a second full week of mass demonstrations, protests, riots and civil disorders in over 30 cities, many law-abiding Americans are wondering why we were forced to… read more How Rioting Ended the Shutdown

Race, Justice and Religious Liberty In the World

Ken Blackwell, As an African American who has held elected office at the state and local level, and served as the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Human Rights Commission, I believe… read more Race, Justice and Religious Liberty In the World