Author: David Almasi

Project 21’s Jerome Hudson: “Media Spinning Up a Web of Lies”

Project 21’s Jerome Hudson: “Media Spinning Up a Web of Lies”

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On the One America News Network, Project 21 member Jerome Hudson described how his new book – 50 Things They Don’t Want You to Know – allows for people to be “armed with the facts and armed with the truth” ...
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Does the Rabbi Know When an Immigrant is a Stranger?

Does the Rabbi Know When an Immigrant is a Stranger?

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Religious leaders preaching politics is nothing new, but it’s always best if that proselytizing is factual. At this most important time in the Jewish religious year, Project 21 member Marie Fischer notes that one rabbi might not have made a ...
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Exposing the “Real Racists” on the Left

Exposing the “Real Racists” on the Left

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In a new #TruthStraightUp video from the Young America’s Foundation, Project 21 member Derryck Green enlightens viewers about how “The Real Racists are Leftists.” Making his point, Derryck asks: “What side condemns black conservatives when they speak out and express ...
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50 Things They Don’t Want You to Know, But You Need to Read

50 Things They Don’t Want You to Know, But You Need to Read

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This review of Project 21 member Jerome Hudson’s new book was written by David W. Almasi and published by Breitbart: While it is increasingly difficult to find straws in American restaurants due to pressure from environmental activists, 90 percent of the plastic ...
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Protecting Civil Rights With Citizen-Only Voting

Protecting Civil Rights With Citizen-Only Voting

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In its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network noted that making the black vote count was a key goal of the Civil Rights Movement. Now, more than 50 years after ...
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Liberal Influence, Not Racism, at Heart of Ed Buck Scandal

Liberal Influence, Not Racism, at Heart of Ed Buck Scandal

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Two men have died, and a third is currently recovering, from methamphetamine overdoses alleged to have been facilitated by a wealthy, powerful and politically-connected man in Los Angeles named Ed Buck. The victims were black men -- so is this ...
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Innovation Needed to Combat Homelessness

Innovation Needed to Combat Homelessness

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Saying he won’t allow big-city governments to “destroy themselves” by losing control of growing homeless populations, President Donald Trump is seeking innovative ways to tackle the homelessness crisis. He recently sent top advisors to Los Angeles in search of solutions, ...
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Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

Green Politics Promotes Energy Poverty

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Extreme measures pushed by radical politicians threaten America’s growing energy independence, its international stature and the needs of its most vulnerable citizens. As liberal lawmakers introduce green energy agendas costing lots of money and promising to fundamentally change America, Project ...
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Baltimore Improving Thanks to Lower Regulation, Surging Free Market

Baltimore Improving Thanks to Lower Regulation, Surging Free Market

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During his first visit to Baltimore since his July tweets about crime and rat problems there, President Donald Trump encouraged conservative members of Congress on a legislative retreat to “fight for the future of cities like Baltimore that have been destroyed by ...
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NY Times Rewrites History for New Trump Attack

NY Times Rewrites History for New Trump Attack

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When former special counsel Robert Mueller failed to deliver on the accusations of 2016 election collusion with Russia and bring an end to the Trump presidency, the New York Times appeared to quickly move to Plan B. The paper’s “1619 Project,” ...
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