Tag: New Visions Commentary

Black Conservatives Desire to Spark Change in Ferguson, by Jerome Danner

Black Conservatives Desire to Spark Change in Ferguson, by Jerome Danner

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Five years ago, a small town by the name of Ferguson, Missouri, got national attention for the wrong reasons. The media flocked to the area after a police shooting, which resulted in the death of an African American young man ...
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American Leaders are Ignoring the Issues that are Fueling Racial Hatred and Violence, by Carol M. Swain

American Leaders are Ignoring the Issues that are Fueling Racial Hatred and Violence, by Carol M. Swain

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Passing new gun control laws and labeling President Trump a white nationalist who inspires acts of terrorism are a waste of time. They will not address the root causes of the anger and disaffection that fueled recent acts of violence ...
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Stop Putting Words In Our President’s Tweets! by Emery McClendon

Stop Putting Words In Our President’s Tweets! by Emery McClendon

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Conservatives shouldn’t be so hasty to fall into the same political trap as the conservative black senator from South Carolina. When Senator Tim Scott said President Donald Trump used “racially insensitive” language in a recent tweet – presumably directed at ...
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The Political Opinions of Celebrities Matter But Facts Do Too, by Jerome Danner

The Political Opinions of Celebrities Matter But Facts Do Too, by Jerome Danner

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Let it be said at the outset of this piece: all opinions matter. In our country, no matter your status, level of infamy, or salary, you have the right to freedom of speech, which means you can voice your opinion ...
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Reparations Are Treated as the Cure for Inequality — They Are Not, by Emery McClendon

Reparations Are Treated as the Cure for Inequality — They Are Not, by Emery McClendon

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In 2007, much like today, liberals were demonizing the president and looking at shoring up their base for the next major election. An issue dragged out of the political closet was the notion of paying reparations to blacks now for ...
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African Americans Don’t Need Reparations. We Need To Take Responsibility For Our Lives, by Emery McClendon

African Americans Don’t Need Reparations. We Need To Take Responsibility For Our Lives, by Emery McClendon

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In 2007, much like today, liberals were demonizing the president and looking to shore up their base for the next major election. An issue dragged out of the political closet was the notion of paying reparations to blacks now for ...
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Chuck Todd Breaks Ranks on ICE-Concentration Camp Claim, by Jerome Danner

Chuck Todd Breaks Ranks on ICE-Concentration Camp Claim, by Jerome Danner

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Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez continues to bring news on what feels like a daily basis. This may be for good reasons, or for bad ones, depending on who you ask. She (and her political statements) are constantly the subject of articles ...
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Religious Belief Is Reconcilable With Public Service, by Jerome Danner

Religious Belief Is Reconcilable With Public Service, by Jerome Danner

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In these postmodern times, religious belief has continued to be on a persistent decline in terms of its popularity in society. To be specific, in western society, Christianity is the religion that is continuously in the spotlight for any number ...
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'White Nationalism' is the Left's Latest Trope Against Trump, by Dr. Carol M. Swain

‘White Nationalism’ is the Left’s Latest Trope Against Trump, by Dr. Carol M. Swain

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President Trump is frequently under attack from leftist Democrats and left-leaning Republicans who offer comfort to the President’s enemies by helping advance a false narrative about the President’s position on nationalism. A few weeks ago, Michael Steele, the former Republican ...
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2019 Is the New 1984, by Adrian Norman

2019 Is the New 1984, by Adrian Norman

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Within just a few short years, we might be saying, “Welcome to a Brave New America—a dystopian freak show of a world, where the capricious whims of a few control the lives of the many.” Picture it as a dark ...
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