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Illegal Immigration’s Burden on Opportunity, Welfare and Black America

Illegal Immigration’s Burden on Opportunity, Welfare and Black America

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The flow of illegal immigrants into the United States led President Donald Trump to declare a national emergency to try to enhance border security. While the President focused on crime as a key reason for his declaration, Project 21 member ...
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New Calls for NAACP to Stop Smollett Nomination for an Image Award

New Calls for NAACP to Stop Smollett Nomination for an Image Award

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Project 21 members are calling on the NAACP to rescind actor Jussie Smollett’s nomination for an Image Award. The nomination was made after Smollett claimed to be the victim of a hate crime. Since then, Smollett has been indicted on 16 ...
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Troubling Tropes of Anti-Trump Tirades

Troubling Tropes of Anti-Trump Tirades

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One of the more ludicrous ways critics accuse President Donald Trump of racism is by saying that his silence about an incident betrays his support for white nationalism. That’s what Michael Steele, the former Maryland lieutenant governor, suggested on MSNBC. He ...
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Good Health Without Vaccinations a Long Shot

Good Health Without Vaccinations a Long Shot

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Until recently, the reason people were unvaccinated was largely due to a lack of money to pay for shots. Nowadays, there’s a growing “anti-vax” movement blaming preventative medicine for conditions like autism and diabetes. Anti-vax advocates are sticking to their ...
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NAACP Image Awards Controversy Redux

NAACP Image Awards Controversy Redux

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When the NAACP holds its 50th annual Image Awards in two weeks, one of the past moments the group will NOT be highlighting is its nomination of R. Kelly for an award 15 years ago. Project 21 called them out on it ...
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Conservatives Ask Attorney General to Investigate Big Tech Bias

Conservatives Ask Attorney General to Investigate Big Tech Bias

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“Never in human history have companies been this large and influential.” That’s the warning that 32 conservative leaders – including Justin Danhof, Esq., the National Center’s general counsel and Free Enterprise Project director – have delivered to Attorney General William Barr ...
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Big Tech Becoming Big Brother

Big Tech Becoming Big Brother

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There is a looming, existential threat to American conservatives and others who anger the establishment. Censorship is certainly affecting our freedom of speech right now, but it is also increasingly affecting the ability for some people to make and spend ...
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Don't Believe the Socialist Hype

Don’t Believe the Socialist Hype

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Recent polling shows millennials are falling for the hype when it comes to socialism. AOC and her Democrat Socialist agenda have enthralled her congressional colleagues, followers and the mainstream media. But during his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump proclaimed he’d hold ...
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Biracial Child Causes Confusion for Cindy McCain

Biracial Child Causes Confusion for Cindy McCain

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It can be quite embarrassing for an older parent to be mistaken for their child’s grandparent. In the case of Project 21 member Marie Fischer, that misperception also came with a tinge of suspicion that she might not be related to ...
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Socialist Sentiment Compared to Cult Conversion

Socialist Sentiment Compared to Cult Conversion

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In a recent and very troubling poll, Americans were split – dead even – on the question of whether or not the United States was the source of all the world’s problems. An early February poll conducted by McLaughlin and Associates ...
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