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Kanye’s Conversion an Existential Threat for Left

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Kanye West was praised and defended by the left after he declared, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, that President George W. Bush didn’t care about black people. Now, with West’s political evolution and his embrace of President Donald Trump, he is now being derided as a “token negro” of the Trump ...
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Baldwin’s Boast of Broad Black Support Disputed

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President Donald Trump’s approval rating among blacks was last reported at 36%. But Alec Baldwin seems to think it’s all due to him. Project 21 members beg to differ with Baldwin. They see the bump in the President’s numbers coming from his performance and his personal appeal to black Americans. Blasting Baldwin’s ...
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Kavanaugh Confirmation Shows Liberals’ Scorn for Constitution

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In his analysis of the brutal Brett Kavanaugh confirmation battle, Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper told CRTV host Andrew Wilkow that liberals are “not committed to the rule of law.” Horace, a former professor of constitutional law and senior counsel to congressional leaders, said the way Senator Diane Feinstein and other left-leaning members ...
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Official English Unites America

In a new Insides Sources commentary, picked up by the Charleston Post and Courier and other media, Project 21 member Jerome Danner and National Center Vice President David W. Almasi noted that “America is one of only seven countries without an official language.” But being a holdout from the rest of the world, in this case, is not a good thing ...
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Finding Black “Promised Land” With “Common Ground”

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If people could stop the reflexive political name-calling, particularly in the black community, there could be a lot more progress in finding solutions to societal problems. That’s the message Project 21 member Christopher Arps brought to the Bobby Gunther Walsh morning show on WAEB. Christopher was asked to be on the show to ...
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Kavanaugh Critics Cripple Equality Crusade

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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, are scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow about her allegations against him over sexual assault that may have occurred over 30 years ago. A committee vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination could then come as early as Friday. From the ...
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Google Needs More Diversity… of Opinion

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Alphabet, the parent company of Google, needs more diversity. It needs more diversity of viewpoint. A new scandal involving the tech giant has National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper “very troubled.” He’s calling on company’s board to tear itself away from an obvious adherence to a hard-left agenda that he believes ...
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Border Walls = Litter Prevention

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Environmental devastation across the U.S.-Mexico border is real, but the left says a border wall would make things worse. On the other hand, National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. thinks a wall would do well in deterring threats to the ecosystem. In a recent article for the Arizona PBS ...
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What Did Colin Kaepernick Sacrifice?

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Roland Martin, who once had jobs at CNN and TVOne, is now hosting a new streaming webcast. Having seen Project 21 member Christopher Arps's recent Daily Caller commentary about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, Martin had Christopher on his show as one of his first guests to try to “school” him on ...
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Maxine Waters “Trivializes” Slavery with Immigration Analogy

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In her latest attack on President Trump, Representative Maxine Waters compared the enforcement of American immigration law to slavery. Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper rebutted her comments during a segment on the Fox News Channel, saying that such an outlandish comparison “trivializes” the plight of black slaves who were brought here against their ...
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NRA Highlights Free Enterprise Project’s Investor Advocacy

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Over a dozen companies began an assault on the National Rifle Association immediately after the Parkland, Florida school shooting last February. Business deals were broken, and harsh words against 2nd Amendment freedoms were uttered. It’s something Justin Danhof, Esq., the director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP), called an ...
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Player Protests Cause Football Fans to Flee

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For the third consecutive year, the NFL’s first week ratings were lower than the previous season opener. The Washington Redskins, which boasts 50 straight years of sellout crowds, is risking that streak being broken for this weekend’s first home game despite having removed almost 10,000 seats over the past few seasons and ...
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Billboard Markets Abortion in Black Community, Project 21 Responds

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It’s reported that 79 percent of Planned Parenthood’s abortion facilities are located in or near minority neighborhoods. Black women account for 28 percent of all abortions, far exceeding their proportion of the population. When such disparities occur elsewhere, they are usually considered discriminatory. It should in this instance, too. After all, Planned ...
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Hard Truths Aired at Aretha’s Funeral

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At the funeral for legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin, Al Sharpton used his time to slam President Donald Trump, saying that the President needed to be taught the meaning of the word “respect.” Commentator Michael Eric Dyson reportedly screeched about the President: “You lugubrious leech, you dopey doppelgänger of deceit and deviance, ...
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Nike Stinks Up the Stock Market

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After Nike announced Colin Kaepernick would be the poster child for the 30thanniversary of its “Just Do It” campaign, the sports apparel giant was blamed for pulling down the entire stock market in September 4 trading. Justin Danhof, director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project, called Nike’s move to honor ...
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Nike’s Kaepernick Ad “a Slap on the Face to the Company’s Investors”

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Leading Free-Market Activist Says Nike’s Radicalism Risks Same Financial Peril as ESPN, NFL Washington, D.C. – Americans “are growing sick and tired of watching wealthy athletes disrespect the American flag by kneeling or hiding in their locker rooms,” said the director of the nation’s leading conservative free-market activist organization, who ...
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Silicon Valley’s Diversity Dissidents

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Tomorrow, top executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google are set to face questions from lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Among other topics, committee members are expected to ask about the inherent anti-conservative bias of their respective platforms. While the removal and diminishing of conservative opinion and individuals from these platforms is ...
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“A Job Program Will Not Stop Cut-Throat Killers”

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You need to watch this video just to hear the anguished sighs of Leo Terrell. Debating the issue of unrelenting violence in Chicago with Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper on the Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Terrell tried to pin the problem of out-of-control violence in the Windy City on everybody ...
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Trump Ends War on Coal

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In his continued efforts to help America achieve “global energy dominance,” President Donald Trump recently scrapped the Obama-era anti-coal Clean Power Plan (CPP) in favor of his own Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) policy that National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. said offers more flexibility and promotes innovation. In a commentary in The ...
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