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Twitter Asked to Clarify Relationship With SPLC

Twitter Asked to Clarify Relationship With SPLC

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Even though Twitter has reportedly removed the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) from its Trust and Safety Council, the social media company has yet to explain what relationship it may still have with the tainted left-wing special interest group. Twitter’s ...
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NAACP Promotes Green Over Black in New Report

NAACP Promotes Green Over Black in New Report

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Perhaps the NAACP should have thought twice about releasing its new report on April Fool’s Day. It’s hard enough to take the group seriously these days on top of wondering if “Fossil Fueled Foolery” isn’t just a prank. In a ...
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SNAP Work Requirements Deserve Food for Thought

SNAP Work Requirements Deserve Food for Thought

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Unlike with ObamaCare, members of Congress have had the time and ability to examine the proposed Trump Administration rule on work requirements for entitlement eligibility. The question remains then as to why members of the key congressional subcommittee didn’t seem to ...
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Cities Appeal Climate Change Conspiracy Case

Cities Appeal Climate Change Conspiracy Case

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Last June, the conspiracy theory lawsuit alleging that the energy industry knew the risk of fossil fuel emissions – and was therefore responsible for it – didn’t hold up in court. But two California cities are currently trying to revive the case ...
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More Offshore Energy for “Revitalizing Communities”

More Offshore Energy for “Revitalizing Communities”

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While signing two executive orders designed to promote and expand American “energy dominance,” President Donald Trump declared on April 10 that the “era of job-killing regulation is over.” Focused on the transport of energy, one of the orders directs the ...
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Reparations Rhetoric May Bite Liberals in the End

Reparations Rhetoric May Bite Liberals in the End

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Since and until his resignation from Congress in 2017, Representative John Conyers promoted legislation designed to pave the way for potential reparation payments for American slavery. When Conyers was in the majority, his bill was often designated HR 40 – ...
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“Blackspeech” a Slippery Slope To Blackface?

“Blackspeech” a Slippery Slope To Blackface?

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After Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's address at the recent National Action Network conference, it’s hard to believe she didn’t get called out by the majority-black audience for pandering or worse. In full view of NAN supporters and Al Sharpton, Ocasio-Cortez slipped ...
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Politicos Embrace Far-Left Policies at Their Peril

Politicos Embrace Far-Left Policies at Their Peril

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Liberal politicians looking to set themselves apart from their colleagues are pushing the envelope with identity politics. The reason, said Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper during a recent panel discussion on the Fox News Channel, is because “division works.” But ...
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Conservatives Push Back Against the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Leftist Agenda

Conservatives Push Back Against the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Leftist Agenda

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A coalition of over 30 conservative and faith-based leaders has signed a letter to the CEOs of some of the biggest technology-related companies, asking them to “drop any and all ties” to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SLPC). Among the ...
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Project 21's 'Safety Creator' Wins Home Defense Award

Project 21’s ‘Safety Creator’ Wins Home Defense Award

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Project 21 member Nadra Enzi recently received the 2019 “Hero of Home Defense” award from the Home Defense Foundation. Nadra, also known as "Cap Black," is a self-described “safety creator” in New Orleans. In his neighborhood, he has assisted law enforcement ...
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