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Court Term Limits a Supremely Bad Idea

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As liberals fear losing their grip on the U.S. Supreme Court after a confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, their most common “solution” seems to be to “pack the court” with more justices when they get the ability to make such appointments. But Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper points out ...
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Labor Plays Hardball With Microsoft

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How brazen is woke culture? So brazen that companies now openly tout their discriminatory behavior to oblige the left’s social justice goals. But, for now, they are getting their comeuppance for it. When Microsoft boasted that they would “double the number of black and African-American people” within its leadership, the ...
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Labor Department Demands Microsoft Explain Its Racist Hiring Practices

After Microsoft’s recent announcement that it will “double the number of Black and African American people” within its leadership ranks, the Department of Labor has notified the company that its pledge smacks of good old-fashioned racism. As a federal contractor, Microsoft cannot engage in racism of any kind. The Labor ...
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The Left’s Wish for Term Limits Would Make the Supreme Court Even More Politicized

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President Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court has ignited an expected, yet unfortunate, conflagration on the left. With few procedural levers to pull and little chance of blocking Barrett’s confirmation, the radical left wing of the Democratic ...
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White House v. Whitehouse on Federalist Society

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Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the Federalist Society? Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has characterized Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett as “a judicial torpedo” aimed at left-wing holies such as Obamacare. And the primary reason he feels he can make such a callous remark ...
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Sheldon Whitehouse’s Obsession With the ‘Dark’ Federalist Society Is Out of Place

The Left’s claws and teeth have been bared and bloodied this seminal, shattering year of 2020, tearing into everyone who dares contradict its slavering radicalism as toxic, hateful, racist, and any other canard that might aid it in its cancellation fever. But few of these efforts have been as transparently ...
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A Recess Appointment for Amy Coney Barrett?

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A Supreme Court justice has left the bench unexpectedly. The president was hospitalized. And it’s less than four weeks until the election. That may sound like 2020, but these events also happened in 1956. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, recovering from a heart attack and facing a re-election showdown, was presented ...
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Bail Reform is to Justice What “an Arsonist is to Forest Management”

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In commentaries for the Daily Caller and Newsmax, Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper has defended the cash bail component of our criminal justice system as “essential.” And the painful consequences faced by communities that have implemented so-called "bail reform" show the wisdom of his position. In a segment of “Tucker ...
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Here’s How Trump Can Get Ginsburg’s Replacement On The Court — Guaranteed

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History often repeats itself. Before treating the present Supreme Court vacancy which occurred right before an election as an unprecedented circumstance, consider that actually we’ve faced a similar circumstance before. The year was 1956 and Dwight D. Eisenhower was heading into a re-election race when an unexpected opening on the ...
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FAAMG (+T): Modern Day Monopolists Needing Broken?

Conservatives and libertarians do not generally search for private-industry monopolies to “bust” under the grinding wheel of government power. Though the first Roosevelt was a Republican, he was also very much a progressive, taken by many of the same ideas that would turn to liberty-killing, bureau-multiplying poison in the hands ...
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Black Activists Praise Justice Department for Fixing Yale’s Fail

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“Academic Achievement Should Be Rewarded Without Racial Contingencies” Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network praised the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for confronting Yale University over its discriminatory admissions practices. DOJ threatened the Ivy League institution with a civil rights lawsuit after a federal investigation ...
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Contrary to Media Narrative, Blacks Back the Badge

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Something that’s not reported by the mainstream media is that black Americans – the alleged targets of violent, racist attacks by police officers – actually want to see more cops on the beat in their communities. Contrary to what the left and a compliant media seem to want people to ...
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How Trump’s Law and Order Agenda Is Making Black America Safer Again

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In the wake of George Floyd’s death, America has been presented with a false narrative about blacks and law enforcement. Elite progressive voices have pushed a radical idea: Law enforcement is the embodiment of bigotry in America and that “defunding” or even banning the police department is the solution that ...
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School Choice Victory at Supreme Court Will “Advance Black Lives”

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Discriminatory Blaine Amendments Denied Educational Opportunities to Families in Need Washington, D.C. – Today's U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Montana's discriminatory "Blaine Amendment" was cheered by members of the Project 21 black leadership network, who called it a major win for poor and minority parents who have been forced into ...
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Black Lives Don’t Seem to Matter to Liberal Supreme Court Justices

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Project 21 and Justice Clarence Thomas Reject SCOTUS Abortion Decision Washington, D.C. – Members of the Project 21 black leadership network condemned today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned a Louisiana law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. Noting that black women are disproportionately at risk ...
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Mob Justice Threatens Rule of Law

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In the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd at the hand of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, there has been an array of peaceful protests, violent rioting and devastating looting. But the worst thing to come out of the anger and vitriol may be the demand for a ...
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Mob Justice Gaining on Rule of Law Means Minorities Lose

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Americans of all stripes recoiled at the video of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Elected officials all across America have condemned this needless act of violence. But many in the media, and activists across the land have gone further encouraging us to march and protest — implying that sitting ...
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Protecting Our First Amendment Rights During the Pandemic

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“The Constitution doesn’t actually go on a hiatus during a pandemic.” It’s truly sad that National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper had to explain this during a recent One America News segment highlighting the erosion of civil liberties during enforcement of policies meant to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19 infections ...
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Course Correcting After COVID-19: Fear Must Never Again Be Used to Deprive Americans of Their Liberty

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Freedom Group Releases Blueprint for Restoring Liberty and Restarting the Economy Safely Washington, D.C. – "Certain, measurable harm was imposed on our civil liberties, on our economy and on our health so we could reduce the less certain public health risks of COVID-19" and this must never happen again, says ...
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Is Texas Freedom the Secret Ingredient for Economic Recovery?

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When former Trump Administration official Sebastian Gorka asked Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper for a “teachable moment” from the coronavirus shutdown, Horace noted: One big takeaway is that our Constitution is intended, was created and designed, to endure and to cover all situations. There is not a COVID-19 exemption created ...
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