Southern Poverty Law Center Bias Exposed

The co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, a deep-pocketed, left-wing civil rights organization, was fired on Wednesday. Morris Dees, a prominent lawyer who founded SPLC in 1971, was reportedly forced out due to workplace misconduct, though the organization didn’t specify what that misconduct was. The Los Angeles Times reported: “A letter signed by about […]

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The Lessons of Waging War Against the Dead

The 21st century is in danger of becoming an era of statue-smashing and historical erasure. Not since the iconoclasts of the Byzantine Empire or the epidemic of statue destruction during the French Revolution has the world seen anything like the current war on the past. In 2001, the primeval Taliban blew up two ancient Buddha […]

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‘I Perfectly Understand Why This Kills People’: Former Transgender Jamie Shupe Details How Process Affected Him

Following up on his viral essay in The Daily Signal, former transgender and nonbinary person Jamie Shupe joins us on the podcast to share more details about his journey, how the mainstream media lost interest once he went back to being a man, and why he thinks it hurts men and women to promote transgenderism. […]

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‘A Very Good Start’: Sen. Graham Says He’s Committed to Getting Judges Confirmed

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says he is committed to processing judges in the 116th Congress, as well as working to reform immigration and forcing a vote on late-term abortion. “So I’m committed to processing as many highly qualified conservative judges at the district circuit level as possible,” Graham said […]

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‘You Have to End Them’: El Salvador President-Elect Outlines His 3 Steps to Destroy MS-13, Other Gangs

Last month in El Salvador, a third-party outsider won in a landslide election, defeating his opponents, promising to crack down on corruption, to fight crime, and to improve the economy. President-elect Nayib Bukele shares with us his thoughts on immigration, gangs, and how the U.S. and El Salvador can work together. Read the transcript, pasted […]

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‘You Have to End Them’: El Salvador President-Elect Outlines His 3 Steps to Destroy MS-13, Other Gangs

Last month in El Salvador, a third-party outsider won in a landslide election, defeating his opponents, promising to crack down on corruption, to fight crime, and to improve the economy. President-elect Nayib Bukele shares with us his thoughts on immigration, gangs, and how the U.S. and El Salvador can work together. Read the transcript, pasted […]

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Bernie Sanders Says ‘Many Thousands’ Will Die as Budget Chief Predicts Stronger Medicare

President Donald Trump’s budget proposal would extend the life of Medicare by eight years, the administration’s budget chief told a Senate committee Wednesday. But Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., had a sharp question during the Senate Budget Committee hearing. “How many thousands do you think will die because of massive cuts to Medicare and Medicaid?” Sanders […]

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Why the Commerce Secretary Shouldn’t Testify to Lawmakers About the Census

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is scheduled to testify Thursday before the House Oversight and Reform Committee in a hearing on the Trump administration’s reinstating a standard citizenship question on the U.S. census.  But with civil litigation over that very issue now before the Supreme Court, the House committee should cancel the hearing in recognition of […]

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The Left’s Anti-Semitism Problem

Rep. Ilhan Omar’s, D-Minn., comment that the influence of the Israeli lobby in Washington pushes lawmakers to take a pledge of “allegiance to a foreign country” was bad enough. A watered-down House resolution condemning, not Omar, but “all hatred” was as tepid as denouncing drunk driving. After heated debate within their caucus, Speaker Nancy Pelosi […]

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