Year: 2015

Why is Tim Cook Producing Apple Products in China?

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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he is moving Apple production to China not because of low wages, but because China invests more in vocational training than the United States does. Fox Business host Neil Cavuto suspects Cook is not being ...
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The Pro-Discrimination Left Needs to Be Slapped Down in Court, Says Project 21’s Joe Hicks

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Leaders of the Project 21 black leadership network are continuing to weigh in on the second appearance of the affirmative action case Fisher v. the University of Texas at Austin in front of the U.S. Supreme Court this week. Here's ...
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Today’s Contentious Supreme Court Debate on Affirmative Action Draws Comments from Black Conservative Leaders

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Ending Affirmative Action is Important Because It Does Four Negative Things, Says Derryck Green There is Still a Very Real Concern About Academic Mismatches, Says Bishop Council Nedd II Washington, D.C. - Leaders of the Project 21 black leadership network ...
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Black Conservatives Comment on Obama’s Terrorism Address

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Call Speech "Least Inspiring Presidential Speech Ever," Say President Failed to Instill Confidence in Already-Suspect Policy "Passion is No Excuse for a Failure of Leadership" Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting on and ...
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Are Salt Warnings the Best Way to Improve the Way People Eat?

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Chain restaurants in New York City will now be adding sodium warnings to their menus.  But is that the best way to improve diners’ health? Jeff Stier, the director of the Risk Analysis Division at the National Center for Public ...
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Sanctuary Cities Are a Magnet for Criminals, Says Horace Cooper

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What happens when local governments refuse to enforce federal immigration laws?  We see “sanctuary cities” develop in places like San Francisco, where illegal immigrants can live without fear of prosecution or deportation. Horace Cooper of the National Center for Public ...
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A Partial Solution to the Syrian Refugee Debate

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Some advocate settling Syrian refugees in the United States, saying, in effect, that the good America does by inviting them to our home outweighs any danger from embedded (or future) terrorists among them. Others say our government's first responsibility is ...
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President Obama’s Sexism Revealed

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Nancy Pelosi's, too. I'm not usually one to cry sexist, but because I haven't seen anyone else noticing, I'll point it out: When President Obama tried to mock certain Republicans by saying they are unnecessarily afraid of "widows and orphans" ...
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Should the U.S. Open Its Arms to Syrian Refugees?

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Should the United States start freely welcoming Syrian refugees today, or should it wait until more stringent vetting processes are in place? Last night, on Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story with Ray Suarez,” Horace Cooper of the National Center for Public ...
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Environmentalists Don’t Want You to Eat Meat

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Those who are concerned about climate change are now also concerned with your meat intake. And it turns out that the recent hype over a perceived meat-cancer link could be a result of environmental scare-mongering. Food writer Julie Kelly, co-author ...
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