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White House Seeks Traction on Criminal Justice Reform

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In a roundtable discussion earlier this week with governors, state attorneys general and members of his cabinet, President Donald Trump sought to broker a compromise for federal legislation on criminal justice reform. In particular, the President sought to gain traction for the “FIRST STEP Act” that already overwhelmingly passed in the U.S. House ...
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More Cops = More Crime? Project 21 Leader Says “Those Talking Points are Killing People”

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In the war against terrorism, the tactics of President George W. Bush were repeatedly derided by critics as a better recruitment tool for terrorism than a deterrent. Now, ideas for more effective policing in crime-addled communities are being accused of ...
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Is Mueller Probe Criminalizing Constitutionally Created Rights?

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Asked to comment on the scope and progress of the ongoing Mueller investigation of President Donald Trump, National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper said the White House should be looking for “traction” right now. In a Fox Business Network interview, ...
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The Actions of NY Times Speak Louder Than Its Words

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A funny thing happened on Twitter the other day. Black conservative Candice Owens was suspended by Twitter for “hateful conduct.” What did she do? She repeated some of the comments made by recently hired New York Times editorial writer Sarah Jeong ...
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Black Teen Unemployment Dropped Again in July

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In last Friday’s jobs report, the big headline was that Hispanic unemployment hit another record low. It moved down again from 4.6 percent to 4.5 percent. This overshadowed equally good – or perhaps even better – news that black teen ...
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Black Activists Condemn Anti-White Remarks by New York Times Editorial Writer

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Lack of Action by the Times Shows “Leftist Privilege,” Says Project 21 Leader Washington, D.C. – Anti-white social media posts made by newly-hired New York Times editorial writer Sarah Jeong are “vulgar” and “racist,” say members of the Project 21 black leadership network, ...
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Politicized Superhero “Social Justice League” is Kryptonite to Fans

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Holy Fan Alienation, Batman! The Marvel and DC comic book empires are scoring big at the box office and on television. Comic book sales are another story. While there’s a big draw for Robert Downey, Jr.’s swaggering portrayal of the ...
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Trump Tweets Are a Twist in Presidential Messaging

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When it comes to President Trump’s use of Twitter to get his message out, Project 21 member Emery McClendon says, “Tweet on, Mr. President.” In a commentary syndicated by InsideSources and published by media outlets such as the Northwest Indiana ...
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Project 21’s Stacy Washington Gets National Radio Program

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Starting Monday, the “Stacy on the Right” talk radio program hosted by Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington will begin broadcasting nationwide. Beginning with the August 6 broadcast, the first hour of Stacy’s weekday program will be available on all 180 ...
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Black Leaders Applaud New Trump Administration Fuel Efficiency Rule

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Washington, D.C. – Because of its ability to make new cars and light trucks safer and more affordable, the Trump Administration’s proposed rule to freeze a fuel efficiency mandate imposed on vehicle manufacturers by the previous administration is being applauded ...
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CBS Postpones Shareholder Meeting (Again)

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For most investors, a shareholder meeting is the one time each year when investors have a chance to question the company leadership. For CBS shareholders, that opportunity is indefinitely on hold. In May, CBS postponed its originally scheduled shareholder meeting ...
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