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Black Leaders Urge Reduced Police Role in Regulatory Enforcement, Increased Autism Training and Gun Legalization to Improve Community-Police Relations

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Costs to be Covered by Disarming Federal Agencies Washington, DC. – To improve community-police relations, police should get out of the regulation business, be given greater training in identifying and dealing with those with autism and other cognitive disabilities, build stronger bonds with the communities they serve by offering gun ...
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Pfizer Support for Groups Promoting Sanctuary City Policies Questioned by Free-Market Leader

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Drugmaker Claims to Have No Official Position on National Immigration Reform; Its Corporate Philanthropy Suggests Otherwise Pfizer Support of the Human Rights Campaign, a Notoriously Anti-Religious Group, Also Called into Question Short Hills, N.J. / Washington, D.C. – At today’s annual meeting of Pfizer investors held in Short Hills, New ...
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Black Activists Want Government to Investigate Employer-Mandated “Implicit Bias” Workshops

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Starbucks Shutdown Prompts Concern That “Racial Bias Training” Programs Actually Violate Civil Rights Non-Minority and Male Employees Could Be Disadvantaged Washington, DC – With the Starbucks chain of coffeehouses planning to shutter over 8,000 locations on May 29 to train approximately 175,000 members of its workforce on issues of alleged ...
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Bank of America’s Decision to Sever Ties with Certain Gun Manufacturers Blasted by Free-Market Leader

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Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan Refuses to Say How Much Money Investors Will Lose Because of His Decision to Join Those Who Oppose Second Amendment Charlotte, N.C. / Washington, D.C. – At today’s annual meeting of Bank of America investors, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, a representative of the ...
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Cooper Debates Federal Diversity

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When all else fails, play the race card. CNN recently ran a report that cited three anonymous sources (naturally) who claimed Trump Administration Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke downplayed the importance of diversity in federal staffing. As the nation just humbly observed the 50th anniversary of the death of ...
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Fox Host Threatens to Make National Center’s Cooper a Regular Guest

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“Horace, you make a lot of sense!” That was the wise judgement of Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney about National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper. He recently appeared on that channel to discuss the liberal political strategy of going after President Donald Trump’s character instead of his policies. Horace ...
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Calling Out Gun Sale Age Discrimination

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As Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington sees it, “[p]olitically correct retailers are traveling down a road of discrimination by setting their own arbitrary age limits for purchasing guns.” In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, some chain stores that sell guns decided to arbitrarily raise the age limit for ...
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Fixing Infrastructure Requires Regulatory Reform

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Critical to the success of any Trump Administration plan to improve the nation’s infrastructure will be reform of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) permitting process. As National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper pointed out in a recent Washington Times commentary, NEPA regulation “can tie-up infrastructure projects in miles of ...
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Crusade Against Cross Honoring Vets Could Go to Supreme Court

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An appeals court ruling against a war memorial cross could lead to the next big religious liberties case before the U.S. Supreme Court. Bishop Council Nedd II, a co-chairman of the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network says: The Bladensburg Peace Cross should be allowed to stand where it ...
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Acting on Project 21 Co-Chair’s Suggestion, Trump Sends Feds to Control Chicago Gun Crime

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When Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper discussed rampant violence in Chicago on “The O’Reilly Factor” on January 26, he said the federal government could “absolutely” intervene to help end the “carnage” there. About an hour after Horace’s appearance, President Donald Trump tweeted “I will send in the Feds!” if the “carnage” ...
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Kate’s Law Praised by Lawman for Protecting Public, Helping Police

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On June 29, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3004 - “Kate’s Law” - to mandate stricter penalties for deported felons who re-enter the United States illegally. The bill, which enjoys the support of President Donald Trump, is named after Kate Steinle.  In 2015, Steinle was allegedly murdered by ...
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Jeff Stier Defends Neil Gorsuch and NEA Funding Cuts

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Should Americans be concerned about Neil Gorsuch’s connection to a billionaire Heritage Foundation donor? “The Big Picture” host Thom Hartmann thinks so. “I don’t think we should be concerned at all,” responded Jeff Stier, the director of the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Risk Analysis Division. “I don’t think ...
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Democrats Should Have Approved Gorsuch, Says Project 21’s Shelby Emmett

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Were Senate Republicans right to exercise the nuclear option in order to confirm U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Grouch? “The Democrats asked for this,” responded Project 21’s Shelby Emmett on RT Network’s “The Big Picture” last night. “What goes around comes around.” Emmett continued: “I think the Democrats did something ...
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“Greatest Constitutional Mind” Horace Cooper Dissects Ninth Circuit Court Decision

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On his Newsmax TV show, host Jack Burkman introduced National Center legal fellow Horace Cooper as “the man I think is America’s greatest constitutional mind” and “my next pick for AG or the Supreme Court.” In this clip, broadcast on February 11, 2017, Burkman asks Cooper to dissect the 9th ...
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UC-Berkeley Riots: Free Speech, Not Violence, Protected by the Constitution

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When Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to give a speech at University of California-Berkeley, riots broke out that caused more than $100,000 worth of damage. Then the school newspaper published five essays supporting the violence. Are these riots protected under free speech? Which is protected under the Constitution, potentially offensive speech ...
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What Should the Feds Do About the Chicago ‘Carnage’?

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Can President Donald Trump really “send in the Feds” to deal with the skyrocketing murder and crime rates in Chicago? Horace Cooper, legal fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research and co-chair of Project 21, appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor” on 1/24/17 to explain how ...
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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 by Baltimore police, are sanitized in the report and actual ...
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Black Conservatives Available for Commentary on Police Killings, Freddie Gray Case

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Killings of Police Officers; 'Community v. Police' Debate; Fourth Verdict in Freddie Gray Trial Expected July 18 Among Available Topics Washington, D.C. - Black conservatives affiliated with the Project 21 national leadership group are available for interviews and commentary on breaking news events, including but not limited to: the murder ...
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The Role of Gun Laws and Race in the Newest Neighborhood Watch Murder

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On August 7, Chad Copley shot and killed 20-year-old Kouren Bernard Thomas outside his home, after a 911 caller (presumably Copley) claimed he was “securing (his) neighborhood” as part of a neighborhood watch program. On August 10, National Center legal expert and Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper appeared on HLN’s “Dr ...
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What is the Legal Basis of Your Action Against North Carolina’s HB2?

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National Center for Public Policy Research to Ask Software Company Red Hat to Explain Its Legal Position that the 1964 Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the 1972 Education Act Make Basing Sex on Biology Illegal "Sex Discrimination" Executives Will be Quizzed at Company Shareholder Meeting in Raleigh Today ...
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