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Don’t Use U.S. Capitol Protest to “Advance Political Agendas”

Don’t Use U.S. Capitol Protest to “Advance Political Agendas”

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A message from David A. Ridenour, president of the National Center for Public Policy Research: The breach of the U.S. Capitol yesterday should be denounced by every American as an affront not only to the rule of law but to ...
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With a Successful 2017 in the Books, National Center Sets Sights on 2018

With a Successful 2017 in the Books, National Center Sets Sights on 2018

What does it say that liberal Apple asked for OUR advice on dealing with shareholder proposals? What does it suggest when newspapers such as the Washington Post publish “fake news” about us? What does it mean that Al Gore’s office ...
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New Black Central Station News Portal Launched

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Black News and Views Hub Intended to Increase Understanding between Racial Groups Washington, D.C. - The National Center for Public Policy Research announces the launch of a new "news portal" website dedicated to increasing understanding between minority and majority comities ...
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Yet Another Post Office Story

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The news media is running yet another story about a postal worker throwing away the public’s mail — this time, in the woods. The post office tells the news media that the man who threw the mail away is a ...
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Want to Buy Lawmakers? Hacker Guccifer 2.0 Releases Notes Purporting to Show It Being Done

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The hacker known as "Guccifer 2.0" is the source of an intriguing new article in the online publication The Intercept. The article purports to reproduce notes taken by the staff of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (the Democratic Party's arm ...
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In The News: Spring/Summer 2016 edition

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Time to Repeal the Antiquities Act of 1906, by R.J. Smith

National Policy Analysis #677 /
With a stroke of his infamous pen, President Barack Obama celebrated the Centennial of the National Park Service (NPS) by using an antiquated federal law to designate 87,563 acres (137 square miles) of north central Maine forestland as the Katahdin ...
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The Sounds of Blackness or A False Narrative?

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This is a guest post by Emery McClendon of Project 21 The black community has a big problem. It mainly stems from a lack of teaching morals, values, personal responsibility, and a respect for God, country, and the family. All ...
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Obama’s Unilateral Maine Action Proves: Time to Repeal Antiquities Act of 1906

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Antiquities Act Allows President to Designate Federal Lands Without Congressional or Local Approval Move Comes After White House Designates Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument in Maine Against Maine's Wishes Move Had Political Impacts, and Was Supported by Environmental Left ...
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Department of Justice’s Report on Baltimore Police Ignores Importance of Keeping Neighborhoods Safe

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Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper has reviewed the U.S. Department of Justice's report on Baltimore policing, and he's not impressed: The report should have been subtitled, "criminal lives matter." Career criminals, who make up the overwhelming number of individuals encountered ...
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