The Last Government Shutdown? by Christopher Arps

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Although President Trump threatens to shut down the government again if a budget deal that includes border protection funds can’t be reached in three weeks, we may have seen the last gasp of closing the government for political leverage. The ...
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Covington Kids Not Credited for Ignoring Black Hebrews, by Marie Fischer

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For all of the talk of tactless youthfulness on the part of the Covington Catholic High School kids, their decision to remain calm at the Lincoln Memorial despite the taunts of an extreme religious sect showed a lot of maturity ...
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The War on Success: The Wealthy and Their ‘Fair Share,’ by Adrian Norman

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The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, is underway this week, with thousands of global business and political leaders in attendance. It was reported by CNBC that the “elite financiers attending the World Economic Forum are worried about the 70 ...
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For Proof Of Left’s Double Standard On Racism, Compare The Women’s March And Tea Party, by Emery McClendon

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Plans for the 2019 Women’s Marches in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere are falling apart. The radicalism of the movement and controversial views of its leadership are bringing it down. Surprisingly, what’s happening with the Women’s March right now is similar ...
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Serving Anarchy: The Antifa Guide to Protest, by Jerome Danner

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Once upon a time, protesting meant something. It was more than getting attention from news anchors, parading around with signs and somewhat clever chants or slogans, and “sticking it to the man.” The protests of yesteryear, say during the time ...
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Taking a Knee on Criminal Justice Reform, by Adrian Norman

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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

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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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Students Miss Out When Religious Debate is Banished from Classroom, by Derryck Green

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Teachers should absolutely discuss religion with their students. A comprehensive education necessarily includes learning and discussing issues of faith. This is not an easy process when rules keeping religion off school grounds are rigidly enforced. The underlying question that really ...
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Why I Choose to Pack a Pistol Inside My Own Parish, by Bishop Council Nedd II

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Well into last Sunday’s worship service, someone entered my church and was lurking in the rear of the sanctuary. As I tended to matters of faith in the pulpit, I was also assessing that potential security threat. After the horrific Pittsburgh ...
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Voter Fraud Undermines the Votes of Black Americans, by Derrick Hollie

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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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