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Embarrassing: 53% Say Race Relations Worse Under Obama

Few conservatives saw Barack Obama as the transcendent leader his supporters did, but who could have foreseen the racial divide that has accompanied his tenure? Instead of improving America’s race relations, Obama seems to have worsened them. At least, that’s what 53% of people think, according to a new Bloomberg Politics poll. These respondents believe that interactions between white communities ...

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Retraining Cops Could Have Unforeseen Consequences

For the last few months, we’ve been told that police are out of control in the United States. Racist, brutal, and immune to the law, these police are (perhaps solely) responsible for putting a generation of black men either behind bars or underground. What we need, these people say, is a new method of community policing. We need sensitive officers ...

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Gender-Independent Princess to Become New Children’s Hero

The left knows that nothing can turn the culture tides faster than indoctrinating kids too young to tell the difference between nonsense and reality. Eager to push through legislation allowing men to use women’s rooms, stopping teachers from referring to “boys and girls,” and generally stripping the idea of gender from the national consciousness, they have come up with the ...

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Brink of Catastrophe: U.S. Debt Passes $18 Trillion

While the eyes of the nation focus on Ferguson, immigration, and Kim Kardashian’s backside, America has passed what RNC Chairman Reince Priebus called “a sad milestone.” The U.S. is now more than $18 trillion in debt, up a startling 7 1/2 trillion dollars since Barack Obama first took office. But while Republicans are trying to position this as a partisan ...

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Plummeting Gas Prices, No Thanks to Liberals

Liberals are surely enjoying the break we’ve been seeing at the pumps as of late, but they probably don’t realize that we’re seeing these gas prices due to a surge in American energy production. Of course, liberals have stood firm against drilling, fracking, and all of the other energy-production methods that might bring the cost of oil down. If we ...

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Ferguson Funds: Obama Asks Congress for $263 Million

When the grand jury’s decision came back, letting Ferguson officer Darren Wilson off the hook, you just knew that President Obama heard the winds of legacy a-brewing. His speech, split-screened by the media in one of the best examples of modern irony we could have asked for, was centered on peace while protestors started throwing bottles at police officers. But ...

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Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Liberal Race Baiting

In 2014, few groups are as harmless as white supremacists. Society has moved past their outdated views on race, and they are left to huddle in embarrassing displays of message board ignorance. Far more dangerous to minority communities are the wolves in sheep’s clothing. The ones who claim to be fighting against the oppressors while actually making it impossible for ...

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The Fight for Small Government

While conservatives and liberals disagree on any number of small, headline-worthy issues, the crux of the argument usually comes down to one fundamental difference of opinion. Liberals believe that the federal government should play a greater role in the lives of Americans, and conservatives believe quite the opposite. When it comes to almost any issue, this disagreement can be found ...

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Obama: Only Native Americans Can Complain About Amnesty

In a Chicago speech to the converted, President Obama said Tuesday that there was only one group of Americans who could legitimately gripe about immigration: Native Americans. Effectively telling the same electorate that put him in office that their voice didn’t matter, the president proved once again that his agenda has nothing to do with the will of the people. ...

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New Hampshire Wants Romney One More Time

It’s important to remember when looking at these 2016 polls that we’re still a long way from the campaign. It’s not unusual to see seemingly-anointed contenders fall by the wayside even in the early days of the primary elections, so anyone claiming to know who will run in two years is fooling themselves. That said, it’s always interesting to get ...

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