Although President Trump threatens to shut down the government again if a budget deal that includes border protection funds can’t be reached in three weeks, we may have seen the last gasp of closing the government for political leverage. [caption id="attachment_29514" align="alignright" width="300"] Christopher Arps[/caption] The longest...

Youth’s Calm Efforts to De-Escalate Conflict Should Be a Model for Adults   Washington, D.C. – Covington Catholic High School teen Nick Sandmann deserves to be praised rather than vilified, say leaders of the black leadership network Project 21. [caption id="attachment_25281" align="alignright" width="214"] Council Nedd[/caption] “Faced with racially-motivated taunts,...

Plans for the 2019 Women’s Marches in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere are falling apart. The radicalism of the movement and controversial views of its leadership are bringing it down. [caption id="attachment_29530" align="alignright" width="194"] Emery McClendon[/caption] Surprisingly, what’s happening with the Women’s March right now is similar to...

Bill Undermines Mandatory Minimum Sentencing That Applies Law Equitably, Prevents Lenient Judicial Activism   Washington, D.C. - Black conservative leaders are speaking out against the "First Step Act" criminal justice reform bill because of provisions in the bill that would undermine the benefits of mandatory minimum sentencing. Members...

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