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Jun 03 2016
Donald Trump, the actual Republican candidate for president, now endorsed by his party leaders, openly said he wants to exclude someone from a government job because of his race and ethnicity.Vox
Sep 27 2020
On Friday, President Donald Trump rolled out his Platinum Plan, which designates $500 billion for black communities and entrepreneurs to increase capital access and promises to open 500,000 new black businesses and 3 million jobs for black Americans. The plan also recognizes Juneteenth as an official holiday, and promises to “prosecute the KKK and ANTIFA as terrorist organizations and makeWashington Post Forbes Fox News (Online News)
Jun 10 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants Congress to take down 11 Confederate statues from the United States Capitol.
On Wednesday, Pelosi sent a letter a requesting the removal to a congressional panel that handles Capitol displays, which is led by Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo, and Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif.
“The halls of Congress are the very heart of our democracy,”Newsmax (News)
Aug 10 2020
A new, exhaustive study by Gallup and the Knight Foundation found that Americans across the board are losing trust in the media. Some people might be shocked by this finding, but I suspect more people will be shocked to learn that the media had any trust left to lose.
Either way, I think a separate poll conducted by Gallup might illuminate the problem.
If you’ve paid anyJonah Goldberg
Aug 03 2020
Two decades ago, Gustavo Araujo Lerma took on the identity of a deceased U.S. citizen and proceeded to vote illegally in a number of U.S. elections.
But Lerma didn’t vote for who you might expect.
Lerma is a Republican and an ardent backer of President Donald Trump. His lawyers even held up as evidence at trial a letter from Trump and Vice President Mike Pence thanking him forThe Heritage Foundation
Jan 09 2022
We’ve been told for years that rich countries have had enough of immigrants, so it’s confusing to hear what several governments are now saying. The new German coalition has drawn up measures to import more workers. Japan has been abandoning ethnic homogeneity, and is considering letting some blue-collar immigrants stay indefinitely. “People with different backgrounds make Tokyo only moreFinancial Times
Mar 17 2020
The Feast of St. Patrick is subdued this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Touchstone events, such as New York’s parade, were wisely postponed for the first time since 1762.
March 17 is a bigger deal in America than in Ireland. There was no doubt whom the Irish were back home: known and persecuted for their Catholic faith, Celtic ethnicity, Gaelic language (spoken out “beyond theWashington Examiner
May 21 2020
This election year has been rendered inert, frozen by COVID-19 and the presumed nomination of a mid 20th century white ethnic stereotype by the Democrats.
I’ve started to wonder if my local election officials will point the laser thermometer at my head before I’m allowed into the voting booth this November, the way that germ bouncers at Singaporean restaurants test every patron beforeMichael Brendan Dougherty
May 07 2017
Many people have called for changes on college campuses. To a certain extent this has been treated with humor-based dismissal. The branding of these children acting in a petulant manner is referred to as "snowflakes." But now we have reached a dangerous tipping point that threatens to destroy the freedoms we all savor as part of our heritage.Guest Writer - Right