Category: Legal Reform

McCabe’s 25th Amendment Tales Stoke Deep State Concerns

McCabe’s 25th Amendment Tales Stoke Deep State Concerns

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Peddling his new book and his vitriol against President Donald Trump, former (and fired) FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe recently ignited a media firestorm with stories about alleged discussions among mid-level government bureaucrats regarding invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the President ...
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Sharpton’s “Sheer Stupidity” on Criminal Justice Reform

Sharpton’s “Sheer Stupidity” on Criminal Justice Reform

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Al Sharpton wants to deny rapper Travis Scott a high-profile appearance at the Super Bowl LIII halftime show next month. Sharpton claims Scott is “violating” the cause of Colin Kaepernick and criminal justice reformers. Project 21 member Adrian Norman, in a recent ...
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Taking a Knee on Criminal Justice Reform, by Adrian Norman

Taking a Knee on Criminal Justice Reform, by Adrian Norman

New Visions Commentary /
The Rev. Al Sharpton was recently back in the news, making statements on a TMZ video blasting rapper Travis Scott for accepting an invitation to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. Sharpton equated Scott’s performance as a slap in ...
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Watch Your Step on "First Step Act," by Constable Council Nedd II

Watch Your Step on “First Step Act,” by Constable Council Nedd II

New Visions Commentary /
Our criminal justice system may need reform, but the “First Step Act” that’s now headed for the President’s desk poses a significant risk to public safety – particularly for the most vulnerable members of our communities. For aspiring criminals, mandatory ...
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'First Step Act' Criticized by Black Conservatives as Harmful to Minority Communities

‘First Step Act’ Criticized by Black Conservatives as Harmful to Minority Communities

Press Release /
Bill Undermines Mandatory Minimum Sentencing That Applies Law Equitably, Prevents Lenient Judicial Activism Washington, D.C. - Black conservative leaders are speaking out against the "First Step Act" criminal justice reform bill because of provisions in the bill that would undermine the ...
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Watch Your Step: First Step Act Could Harm Minority Communities, by Horace Cooper, Stacy Washington, and Constable Council Nedd II

Watch Your Step: First Step Act Could Harm Minority Communities, by Horace Cooper, Stacy Washington, and Constable Council Nedd II

National Policy Analysis #680 /
Senator Mitch McConnell is considering taking the “First Step Act” (S. 2795), a criminal justice reform bill, to the Senate floor for a vote during the lame duck session. He should not. The U.S. criminal justice system is in need ...
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Arnold Foundation Beyond the Pale With Plan on Bail

Arnold Foundation Beyond the Pale With Plan on Bail

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With all of the proposals out there for reforming the American criminal justice system, National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper warns that the one that is focused on ending bail – supported by the radical Arnold Foundation – “would make our ...
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Arnold Foundation’s Stealthy Anti-Gun Strategy

Arnold Foundation’s Stealthy Anti-Gun Strategy

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Wealthy left-wing activists John and Laura Arnold are “coming for your guns.” In a cautionary commentary published by InsideSources, National Center Free Enterprise Project Director Justin Danhof, Esq. warned that the couple – whom he previously called “mini-George Soroses” – is “spending a ...
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Get Your Gun, Before Laura Arnold Does

Get Your Gun, Before Laura Arnold Does

Opinion-Editorial /
If I told you that a liberal billionaire couple was spending a small fortune to try to muzzle the National Rifle Association and erode Second Amendment rights, you might logically guess that they were from Hollywood or New York City ...
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Voter Fraud Undermines the Votes of Black Americans, by Derrick Hollie

New Visions Commentary /
We often hear people complain that their votes don’t count, and recent election results have many questioning our voting process. Indeed, without effective safeguards, the civil rights movement’s goal of making everybody’s vote count may never be achieved. White authorities ...
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