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Ruffalo Saw Green When Ellen Was Nice to W

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Actor Mark Ruffalo is a one-man wrecking crew on-screen and off. The actor best known for playing The Hulk in Disney’s Avengers movies has now focused his wrath on Ellen DeGeneres. Her offense? Simply being friendly to former president George W. Bush. Forget decorum or civility. If he was in ...
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Counting Guns and Murders Doesn’t Add Up

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As gun control activists claim that Americans own too many guns, what they don’t acknowledge is that the number of gun-related murders fell by more than half as the number of guns more than doubled: Banning firearms and taking guns and ammunition off store shelves may have great virtue-signaling value, ...
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Al Gore Gets “Award” for Hypocrisy We Exposed

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Try as they might to tell the rest of us what to do, the greens can’t hide their hypocrisy. And the National Center is happy to help point that out. Even though they claim the world is going to end in a dozen years unless average people radically change their ...
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Proposed D.C. Soda Tax Simply a City “Cash Grab”

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Just seven days after Washington, D.C. raised the sales tax on sodas and other sugary drinks by two percent, legislation was introduced to repeal the tax. Unfortunately, it was not because the City Council was already having understandable second thoughts. Not even close. The repeal is intended to make way ...
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Project 21’s Jerome Hudson: “Media Spinning Up a Web of Lies”

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On the One America News Network, Project 21 member Jerome Hudson described how his new book – 50 Things They Don’t Want You to Know – allows for people to be “armed with the facts and armed with the truth” in a political environment where the media is not reporting ...
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Salesforce Founder Risks Investors’ Stakes

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As Salesforce founder Marc Benioff claims his position as a corporate leader allows him “a huge platform to inspire people to do the right thing” by leveraging his company’s power, Free Enterprise Project Director Justin Danhof, Esq., points out that Benioff risks squandering shareholders’ investments “to advance his cultural position.” ...
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Tlaib Trashes Police, Suggests Strategy to Segregate Security

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Two wrongs never make a right. And when it comes to Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, a member of the far-left “Squad” in the U.S. House of Representatives, wrongs were recently plentiful. In July, Tlaib introduced legislation to prohibit public housing security infrastructure from employing facial and biometric recognition technology. It would ...
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Does the Rabbi Know When an Immigrant is a Stranger?

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Religious leaders preaching politics is nothing new, but it’s always best if that proselytizing is factual. At this most important time in the Jewish religious year, Project 21 member Marie Fischer notes that one rabbi might not have made a clear point to his followers regarding immigration policy: This week, ...
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Exposing the “Real Racists” on the Left

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In a new #TruthStraightUp video from the Young America’s Foundation, Project 21 member Derryck Green enlightens viewers about how “The Real Racists are Leftists.” Making his point, Derryck asks: “What side condemns black conservatives when they speak out and express their own individuality?” Pointing out a history of backlash against ...
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50 Things They Don’t Want You to Know, But You Need to Read

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This review of Project 21 member Jerome Hudson’s new book was written by David W. Almasi and published by Breitbart: While it is increasingly difficult to find straws in American restaurants due to pressure from environmental activists, 90 percent of the plastic waste polluting our planet comes from Asia and Africa. As ...
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Protecting Civil Rights With Citizen-Only Voting

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In its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network noted that making the black vote count was a key goal of the Civil Rights Movement. Now, more than 50 years after that right should have been secured, there is a very ...
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Protect Civil Rights with Citizen-Only Voting, by Christopher Arps

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Although voting is an important privilege for every American, it is of particular importance to black Americans. A key part of the civil rights movement was ensuring that every citizen, regardless of race, could cast a ballot. Activists faced poll taxes, death threats and the outright destruction of their ballots ...
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Nike CEO Should Resign and Appoint Colin Kaepernick as Obvious Replacement

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By Halting Sales of Betsy Ross Tribute Sneakers, Nike Shows Kaepernick is Company's True Leader Free Enterprise Project Offers Gift of Rush Limbaugh's "Stand Up for Betsy Ross" T-Shirt to CEO Mark Parker, Who Refuses It Beaverton, OR/Washington, D.C. – After Nike CEO Mark Parker conducted a sham question-and-answer session ...
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No Joy for Reid’s Dis of Christians, Conservatives

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MSNBC host Joy Reid recently warned a group of teachers that she believed “wealthy, white Christian men” are willing to create something akin to the apartheid regime of the former South African government to stop a “numerical majority” of Americans from winning in a “simple election.” This stoking of racial ...
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Liberal Influence, Not Racism, at Heart of Ed Buck Scandal

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Two men have died, and a third is currently recovering, from methamphetamine overdoses alleged to have been facilitated by a wealthy, powerful and politically-connected man in Los Angeles named Ed Buck. The victims were black men -- so is this crime about racism, as a person close to one of ...
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Innovation Needed to Combat Homelessness

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Saying he won’t allow big-city governments to “destroy themselves” by losing control of growing homeless populations, President Donald Trump is seeking innovative ways to tackle the homelessness crisis. He recently sent top advisors to Los Angeles in search of solutions, but they were met with replies of “show us the ...
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Conservatives Should Use The Left’s Playbook To Change Corporate Culture

Far-left activists use corporate pressure as a means to achieve change because they understand one concept very well: You don’t need to change a law to change the culture. Walmart CEO Doug McMillon’s announcement last week that the company would stop selling most guns and ammunition is drawing praise across ...
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Keeping Walmart’s Woke Gamble From Paying Off

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Liberals have traditionally opposed “corporate speech,” particularly when they saw businesses supporting conservative candidates and causes, and especially after the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling. “My, how times have changed,” writes Justin Danhof, Esq., director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project, in a new commentary published by The Federalist. Now that Walmart has decided ...
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Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

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Extreme measures pushed by radical politicians threaten America’s growing energy independence, its international stature and the needs of its most vulnerable citizens. As liberal lawmakers introduce green energy agendas costing lots of money and promising to fundamentally change America, Project 21 member Derrick Hollie – in a RealClearEnergy commentary – points out ...
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Obama Clean Water “Power Grab” Repealed

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Fulfilling an executive order, and in response to multiple court rulings, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Assistant Secretary of the Army R.D. James announced the repeal of the Obama-era “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) definition in the Clean Water Act (CWA). National Center Senior Fellow Bonner ...
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