Year: 2020

Black America Wants More Law Enforcement, Not Less

Black America Wants More Law Enforcement, Not Less

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A police-involved shooting death in Philadelphia involving a man with mental health issues is bringing more attention to demands that law enforcement officers use milder tactics such as shooting-to-wound and having social workers or health care professionals ride along with ...
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When It Comes To Climate Science, Benedict Cumberbatch Is No Sherlock Holmes

When It Comes To Climate Science, Benedict Cumberbatch Is No Sherlock Holmes

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch is a preening twit. It’s a shame to have to say that. He’s been immensely watchable since his long-ago appearance in a not-very-good British one-off series called Fortysomething that he, and mostly Hugh Laurie, saved from being dire. Tremendous Sherlock, ...
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Big Tech Censors Black Conservatives

Big Tech Censors Black Conservatives

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Even though Netflix and Amazon Prime were quick to promote black-oriented content after the death of George Floyd, it appears that streaming services are willing to take a pass when it comes to content made by black conservatives that questions ...
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The Scary Politics of Yard Sign Science

The Scary Politics of Yard Sign Science

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It’s now popular for politicians to dodge complicated issues – particularly involving COVID-19 and climate change – by brushing off vigorous debate with the assertion that they “follow the science.” But this vaguery is not reserved for the campaign trail ...
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Honest Climate Policy is Hard

Honest Climate Policy is Hard

National Policy Analysis #683 /
Recognizing Unacknowledged Risks, Possibilities & Value Judgments Part II: The Fatal Flaws in AYS Coalition Climate-Related Policy Claims The second in a series analyzing claims by proponents of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) and stakeholder primacy policies about the feasibility ...
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In Bradley Series, Danhof Urges Conservative Engagement with Corporate America

In Bradley Series, Danhof Urges Conservative Engagement with Corporate America

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Conservatives and people of faith need to “engage with companies” to prevent them from being wholly taken over by a left-wing political agenda. “If we don’t engage,” said Justin Danhof, Esq., director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP), ...
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Science Is Real – But They’re Doing It Wrong

Science Is Real – But They’re Doing It Wrong

Have you, too, been irritated by those signs on the lawns of your most unjustifiably smug neighbors – the ones composed of a list of cliches that, depending on how they’re interpreted, are either innocuous bromides, dog whistles to the virtue ...
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Court Term Limits a Supremely Bad Idea

Court Term Limits a Supremely Bad Idea

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As liberals fear losing their grip on the U.S. Supreme Court after a confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, their most common “solution” seems to be to “pack the court” with more justices when they get the ability to make ...
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Congress Told to “End Environmental Justice as We Know It”

Congress Told to “End Environmental Justice as We Know It”

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Did you watch Project 21 member Donna Jackson’s congressional testimony last week? If you didn’t, you still have a chance to watch it on-demand! In a rousing testimony before the House Subcommittee on Water, Oceans and Wildlife, Donna declared – in ...
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