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Here We Go Again: Mizzou Students Want Jefferson Statue Torn Down

The protests against specific incidents of police brutality have once again given way to absurd, meaningless, and non sequitur demands from students and activists who apparently have nothing better to do with their lives than take an eraser to American history. Such is the case at the University of Missouri (a campus with a ripe history of nonsensical racial protests), ...

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Shocking: Romney and Bush Won’t Support Trump for Re-Election

In a New York Times piece that will undoubtedly send shockwaves through the electorate, journalist Jonathan Martin informed the paper’s declining readership that Republicans who pointedly declined to support Donald Trump in 2016 and have opposed him at every juncture since…will continue to not support him in the upcoming election. Grab your smelling salts, this is earth-shattering. From the Times: ...

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J.K. Rowling Has Had Just About Enough of the Transgender Radical Agenda

J.K. Rowling, one of the most famous and successful authors of the last twenty years, has previously dipped her toe into the transgender ideology wars before…if only barely. Rowling, nonetheless, attracted plenty of negative attention from Woke Twitter for even these minor forays into the Field of Wrongthink. Last year, hundreds of aggrieved Harry Potter fans threatened to burn their ...

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James Mattis: I’m “Angry and Appalled” at Trump’s Response to the Riots

Breaking his silence in terms of criticizing his former boss, General James Mattis released a statement on Thursday blasting President Donald Trump for his reaction to the wave of unrest and violence that has followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Mattis, who resigned from the administration when he disagreed with Trump’s decision to pull our troops out of ...

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Outrage: The Chilling Murder of St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn

The protests, looting, rioting, and violence that has engulfed America for days is (supposedly) in protest of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. How burning buildings and stealing from stores brings us any closer to justice in that case is a mystery that many have questioned, but what happened in St. Louis in the early ...

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What Happens When Rush Limbaugh Debates Liberal Radio Hosts?

Because he’s got one of the largest audiences in all of media, radio or otherwise, conservative legend Rush Limbaugh very rarely finds it necessary to go on to other people’s shows. He’ll put in an appearance on Fox News every now an again, but that’s mostly just to let Chris Wallace and the rest of the hosts on the network ...

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Public Schools Trying to Stop Parents From Switching to Homeschooling

With virtually no warning, the coronavirus pandemic shuttered schools from sea to shining sea in March, with most children going on spring break vacation never to return. All of a sudden, millions of American families were forced to confront the reality of homeschooling their kids for the remainder of the year (with help from teachers who struggled to learn a ...

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