Tag: New Visions Commentary

Still Plenty of Reasons for Conservatives to Be Thankful, by Donna Jackson

Still Plenty of Reasons for Conservatives to Be Thankful, by Donna Jackson

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Lockdowns for churchgoers but not protesters. Election fraud. Media bias and social media censorship that’s been worse than ever. You name it — there are plenty of reasons for conservatives to be down right now. But there are many more ...
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Unions and BLM Activists Feign Support for Blacks, by Council Nedd II

Unions and BLM Activists Feign Support for Blacks, by Council Nedd II

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During the Obama Administration, America saw its lowest labor force participation rates since the Carter era. While all groups suffered, blacks suffered disproportionately. Yet there was nary a peep from the budding Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement back then. And as jobs in ...
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The Left’s Wish for Term Limits Would Make the Supreme Court Even More Politicized

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 ...
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Queen of Hearts: the Newest Race Card

Queen of Hearts: the Newest Race Card

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The American Left—and by extension its devotees in the media and followers in Washington—has decided that anyone who does not agree with its radical policy priorities is, ipso facto, a racist. Gone are the days when to be a racist ...
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Blacks Must Reject Redefining Civil Rights to License Crime

Blacks Must Reject Redefining Civil Rights to License Crime

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There was a period when mainstream voices in Black America aligned with the law and not with lawbreakers — when the "snitches get stiches" mindset was associated only with the criminal element and was otherwise rare within the mainstream of ...
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Lack of Transparency in Government Contracts Hurts Service Members, by Horace Cooper

Lack of Transparency in Government Contracts Hurts Service Members, by Horace Cooper

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Last month when TRANSCOM (United States Transportation Command) pulled back its $7 billion contract award to Norwegian subsidiary American Roll on Roll off Carrier (ARC) taxpayers breathed a sigh of relief. The contract had been awarded on April 30 in ...
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Trump Pension Rule Will Benefit Black Americans, by Council Nedd II

Trump Pension Rule Will Benefit Black Americans, by Council Nedd II

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Put quite simply, too many black Americans are financially unprepared to retire. A mix of poor economic conditions, distrust of institutions and an overall lack of planning affects all Americans. But studies show black Americans are impacted harder. So any ...
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How Trump’s Law and Order Agenda Is Making Black America Safer Again, by Horace Cooper

How Trump’s Law and Order Agenda Is Making Black America Safer Again, by Horace Cooper

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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” ...
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Defunding Police Defeats Public Safety, Especially in Black Communities, by Nadra Enzi

Defunding Police Defeats Public Safety, Especially in Black Communities, by Nadra Enzi

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George Floyd’s murder was a horrific crime, and it has literally changed the world. But we need to take a moment to calm ourselves. We must reflect on our goals for fixing law enforcement problems before letting radical activists take ...
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Black vs. Green: Black Americans Fight Climate Measures That Increase Energy Costs, by Donna Jackson

Black vs. Green: Black Americans Fight Climate Measures That Increase Energy Costs, by Donna Jackson

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While I don’t often find myself agreeing with Jesse Jackson, I applaud his support of a pipeline to bring affordable natural gas to the predominantly minority and low-income farming community of Pembroke Township, Illinois. As a black conservative who opposes ...
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