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Richmond,Va Flooded with gun rights activists for Second Amendment rally

RICHMOND, Va. — A gun-rights rally in Richmond that brought thousands of people from across the country to protest a push by Virginia Democrats for comprehensive gun control ended peacefully without any major incidents. Threats of violence had escalated in the days leading up to Monday’s demonstration following reports that white supremacists, armed militia and […]

Posted inImpeachment

Trump lawyers call for immediate acquittal in legal, political defense

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday rejected the Democratic-led House of Representatives’ impeachment charges and called for their immediate dismissal by the Republican-led Senate in a memo offering a legal and political case against his removal. The 116-page Trial Memorandum sought to undercut charges that the Republican president abused his power and obstructed Congress, and […]

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The impeachment is a joke and shows the difference between Trump’s results and Democrats’ stunts

Steve Hilton, On Wednesday, the day after Democrats’ debate in Iowa, we saw what has to be one of the most stunning political contrast of all time. As I was watching, I put out this tweet, President Trump signing a historic trade deal while Nancy Pelosi was yucking it up with her pathetic impeachment pens. In my usual measured way, I called her […]

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Second Amendment Rally Renews Governor Northam’s Blackface, KKK Scandal

Katie Pavlich One year ago, photos from Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s medical school year book surfaced. The photos showed Northam in either black face or full KKK garb. It was also revealed his nickname was “Coonman.” A reminder: Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam confirmed Friday he was in a racist yearbook photo showing one person dressed […]

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The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Vernon Robinson, Editor’s Note: This column was co-authored by Bruce Eberle. While Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves, and Republicans passed the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the United States Constitution as well as the civil rights act of 1875, it fell to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to actually bring about full citizenship rights for […]

Posted inRacism

Fact: Racism Didn’t Cause the New Problems of Today

Wilfred Reilly Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from TABOO: 10 Facts You Can’t Talk About (Regnery; January 28, 2020). Cultural differences between groups (1) exist and (2) predict success. A corollary to these points is that, when all cultural differences are adjusted for, contemporary racism has almost nothing to do with the major problems faced by minority Americans today. This […]

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Federal Court Rules That Trouble Understanding Police Orders Constitutes Resistance

MUSKOGEE, Okla. — An Oklahoma federal court has refused to hold police responsible for brutalizing an African-American man who, despite complying with police orders during an arrest, was subjected to excessive force and brutality, including being thrown to the ground, tasered, and placed in a chokehold that rendered him unconscious and required his hospitalization for […]

Posted inDemocratic Party

The Dems’ 11th Hour Impeachment Ploy

Joseph Klein, Will “evidence” from indicted Parnas finally do the trick? The House Democrats’ desperate 11th hour effort to beef up their incredibly weak impeachment case against President Trump is running ahead at full speed. They are hoping to supplement their House impeachment investigation record for use at the Senate impeachment trial beginning this week with […]