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Do black lives actually matter to Black Lives Matter? By their actions, goals, and results, the answer is clearly ‘No.’

    When a black person is shot by a police officer, Black Lives Matter (BLM) takes to the streets to protest and riot without waiting for the facts, but where is BLM when victims are harmed by black-on-black violence or as a direct result of BLM’s activities? Unfortunately, nowhere to be found.   Quick...

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Memorial Day speeches are no place for politicking

    Memorial Day is supposed to honor the fallen, those valorous men and women who gave their lives to defend freedom in America and around the world. President Joe Biden, however, decided to use his very first Memorial Day speech to criticize America and push partisan policies.   Biden did note the sacrifices of...

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Sen. Rand Paul, once the victim of a physical attack, continues to receive ongoing threats on Twitter

    While Twitter permanently suspended the account of former President Donald Trump for “inciting violence,” the platform continues to allow Twitter users to make physical threats and threatening comments to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and his family.   Quick Facts   Paul was viciously attacked by his neighbor in 2017, leading to celebration by...

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Salt and Light: Why Christians Need to Engage in the Public Arena

  “Let’s talk about politics…”   For many, that phrase garners groans, eye-rolls, and sparks of intense anger. Political discussions easily and often devolve into name-calling or fiery debates in which each side is seemingly competing for whose ego is stronger than granite. It’s been said that “politics is a nasty, dirty game.” But does...

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Biden administration takes advantage of gas crisis to push electric cars

    As Americans across the eastern United States felt the effects of the recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline in the form of gas lines and higher prices at the pump, the Biden administration essentially sat back and did nothing. Why?   Jennifer Granholm, secretary of the Department of Energy (DoE) may have...

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‘Unifier’ Biden cancels the National Garden of American Heroes

    During his inaugural address, President Joe Biden pledged to “unite” America, but evidently such unification requires a scorched-earth campaign to do away with every aspect of the Trump administration, including Trump’s plan to create a memorial for beloved American heroes admired by both liberals and conservatives.   Quick Facts   Biden said he...

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If glaciers are really melting and the oceans rising, why are polar bear numbers up and more climate doomsayers living in mansions on the beach?

    “Scientists tell us that this is the decisive decade — this is the decade we must make decisions that will avoid the worst consequences of a climate crisis.”   President Joe Biden made this statement last month at a virtual event commemorating Earth Day, when he also insisted that extreme policies like drastically...

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Tone-deaf NBA continues its social justice crusade while its ratings plummet and its fans race for the exit

    During the 2014-2015 National Basketball Association (NBA) season, the Atlanta Hawks won 60 games, the most in the franchise’s history, and made their deepest postseason run since they were the St. Louis Hawks in the 1950s and 1960s. The 2015-2016 season should have filled me with excitement at the prospects of a championship...

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Embattled Baltimore State’s Attorney tries to leverage the power of the U.S. government to silence a tough media critic

    The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office (SAO) recently filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against a local Fox affiliate, claiming the network was on a racist “crusade” against State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.   Quick Facts   The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office (SAO) has requested that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) launch...

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U.S. cities are facing a mass exodus of police officers, even as violent crime soars

    Amidst growing anti-police sentiment and calls to slash police budgets, officers are turning in their badges at an alarming rate, leaving cities understaffed and crime rates increasing exponentially.   Quick Facts   The union representing the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department reported earlier this week that 313 officers have left the department in...

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