It’s not just ‘orange man bad.’ For Dems, ‘white man bad,’ too

By Peter M. Friedman It is now no secret that the Left has cornered the market on identity politics.  It now serves as the foundation for all the Left’s policies and positions.  While leftists profess Trump as a racist, they continually proclaim attitudes that take a purely racial and androphobic or even misandric stance on any major event. […]

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The evidence is clear: Donald Trump is not a racist

By Lauri B. Regan With half the country apparently completely unhinged (that includes all of the Democrat presidential candidates, a seemingly large portion of the Democratic Party more generally, the mainstream media, academia, and much of Hollywood) due to their psychologically sick abhorrence for the president of the United States, lies claiming that Donald Trump is […]

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What Is Racism?

By E.M. Cadwaladr I think it’s fair to say that everyone in America who isn’t either “of color” or irredeemably brainwashed by our educational system is sick of being called a racist.  While most people have been busy getting on with other things, left-wing academics and minority activists have changed the language itself to suit their agendas.  We […]

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How Charlottesville ‘Resistance’ and Violence Felled a Rising Political Star

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia—Days after President Donald Trump’s inauguration in January 2017, then-Mayor Michael Signer held a press conference at this city’s outdoor downtown mall that turned into a political rally drawing hundreds. That’s where the mayor declared to a cheering crowd that Charlottesville was a “capital of the resistance.” Signer’s stand that Jan. 31 was in […]

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What Kind of Rhetoric Causes the Shooting of Whites?

By Selwyn Duke Ever since the El Paso shooting, talk of racist rhetoric inspiring murderous attacks has been ratcheted up. Racism certainly is a problem, too, one accompanied by another problem: Those talking most about it appear to know least what it actually is. But bearing in mind that white-on-minority murders are quite rare and not nearly as common as the reverse, […]

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Racism didn’t cause Texas and Ohio shootings

“Russia, Russia, Russia” is now “Racism, Racism, Racism.” By A. Dru Kristenev The first claim has been thoroughly disproved and with the two horrific shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio the rhetoric against President Trump has switched gears despite the fact he had no more connection with the gunmen than he did with Russian election meddling. […]

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