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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In Renaming Senate Building, Is Any Candidate Perfect? by Christopher Arps

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John McCain, the late Arizona senator and former presidential nominee, was referred to as a “maverick” by his colleagues and the media for his fierce independence. McCain, who began his service to our nation as a Navy pilot and then ...
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Another Example of Liberal Paternalism Harming Minorities, by Derrick Hollie

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The people of Buckingham County, Virginia, live in the geographic center of the state, but if paternalistic liberal environmentalists have their way, economic prosperity will pass them by. A compressor station for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been proposed for ...
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How Stalking Diversity Statistics Sidelines Education, by Council Nedd II

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Harvard stands accused of discriminating against applicants of Asian descent in pursuit of a more diverse campus. The compelling case brought against the school is scheduled to begin in federal court on Oct. 15 and could lead to a precedent-setting ...
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An Official Language Is Not Hate Speech, by Jerome Danner and David W. Almasi

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America is one of only seven countries without an official language. It should have one, and English is the natural choice. Despite not being the official language, English has been the dominant one. Why? Assimilation was once seen as a ...
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What Has Colin Kaepernick Really Sacrificed? by Christopher Arps

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Another opening NFL weekend is over, leaving me ambivalent about another upcoming season. Admittedly, part of it stems from the Rams being yanked from my hometown and sent back to Los Angeles. But my ambivalence mostly comes from NFL players ...
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‘White Rage,’ Black Lives Matter: How One Professor Teaches U.S. History, by Stone Washington

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A basic U.S. history course at Clemson University focused on the post-Civil War era to modern times teaches the subject of America’s past largely from a far-left perspective, including subjects such as “White Rage” and Black Lives Matter, according to ...
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Offshore Protestors Who Flood Hearing Rooms Don’t Speak For Everyone, by Derrick Hollie

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Time and time again we hear politicians say they are committed to representing the will of the people. As the entire country heads into another general election, I’m reminded what the Isle of Wight County Supervisor Rudolph Jefferson said after ...
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