Stanford Professor: Blacks Discriminated Against Due to the Way They Talk

According to sociolinguist Professor John Rickford, black people face discrimination in the courts, the employment sector, and in their interactions with law enforcement not only because of the color of their skin but because of the way they talk. The Stanford University professor told students at Cornell this week that “Black Vernacular English” is seen as a dialect used by ...

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Russia Probe Shakeup? Trump and Rosenstein to Meet on Thursday

There was a moment on Monday afternoon where it looked like all hell was about to break loose. Axios, the New York Times, Business Insider, and other publications broke the news that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had tendered his resignation. Oh no, wait, he was only thinking about offering his resignation, but it wasn’t clear if the White House ...

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NRA Slams Dianne Feinstein for Lying About the AR-15

The Democrats think, for some reason, that crusading for the ban of “assault rifles” is a winning issue. The very term is one of deception, since “assault rifle” would tend to conjure images of a fully automatic machine gun, which are decidedly not the problem when it comes to American mass shootings and are extremely difficult to obtain in any ...

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“Wildly Supportive” Crowd Comes Out to See Trump in Vegas

President Trump headed to Las Vegas for a rally on Thursday night, and if it proved anything, it’s that there is still significant, widespread, enthusiastic support on the ground for this man. The media has been tearing this White House down for the better part of two years, stories have been run about how he’s losing support in the Rust ...

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Christine Blasey Ford’s Classmate (Quickly) Changes Her Tune

On Wednesday, Cristina King Miranda, a classmate of Christine Blasey Ford back in the day, penned a short Facebook post confirming that she was certain that her old high school friend was telling the truth about being sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. How did she know? Because it was literally the talk of the town. “The incident ...

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Soros Groups Paid Protesters to Interrupt Kavanaugh Hearings

In what may be the least-surprising news of the week, activists from the Women’s March, Housing Works, and the Center for Popular Democracy admitted that they paid cash to protesters to disrupt the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. Thanks to reporters from the Daily Caller, who obtained the call-in code for a conference call the groups were holding this week, we ...

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Joe Biden Has His Own “Basket of Deplorables” Moment

We’re not sure what, if anything, Joe Biden learned when watching Hillary Clinton go down in flames in the 2016 election, but he certainly must have missed the “basket of deplorables” episode. Which, given Hillary and the Democrats’ propensity to blame literally everyone and everything other than themselves for the loss to Donald Trump, might not be too surprising. Biden ...

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Ocasio-Cortez STILL Can’t Explain How to Pay for Socialist Agenda

At this point, there’s just no excuse for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to sound as ignorant and uninformed as she does every time she appears on television. She’s likely to handily win her race for Congress simply because she lives in a Democrat-dominated district, but the national party should be embarrassed to have her be a prominent, rising star in the ranks. ...

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Strzok Texts Reveal How FBI Used Their Own Leaks to Justify Trump Investigation

A recently-released batch of text messages sent between anti-Trump FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page has given the world further clarity about the intensely-biased investigation into the Trump campaign and its (nonexistent) collusion with the Russian government. Already, Strzok and Page have been publicly called out for explicitly talking about how they would “stop” Trump from becoming president – ...

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Video Game Treats Cops as Good Guys. The Left is Outraged.

The new Playstation 4 game “Spider-Man” has been the talk of the gaming world over the past week – a critically-acclaimed actioner that brings extraordinary graphics and worldbuilding to the console at a time when superhero titles are all the rage in Hollywood. It’s certain to be a smash-hit success, which means that there’s also going to be the inevitable ...

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