Neighbors and strangers rally to help Nebraska farmer whose harvesting equipment burned

Paul Hammel Omaha World-Herald Oct 20, 2020 Updated 8 hrs ago – reported in Lincoln Journal Star My cmnt: Sure looks like political arson to me. Some Biden voters didn’t like this man’s visible support for our great President Trump. Portland and Minneapolis were torched by Biden voters earlier this summer and Omaha had non-peaceful […]

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Innocent Until Proven Trump Supporter

September 23, 2020 by Ann Coulter During a BLM “peaceful protest” in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 30 (over George Floyd’s dying of a heart attack while in police custody in Minneapolis), James Scurlock was peacefully protesting by breaking into an architecture firm — hoisting an office chair and hurling it into two computer monitors, then […]

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No charges will be filed against Omaha bar owner who fatally shot protester, Don Kleine says

By Alia Conley ,  Todd Cooper Jun 1, 2020 – for The Omaha World Herald A handful of grainy and graphic videos led Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine to conclude that a white bar owner acted in self-defense when he shot and killed a 22-year-old black Omaha man Saturday night. As a result, Jake Gardner, […]

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Ginsburg’s law clerks line up to mourn and everyone stays hush about jarring lack of color

September 23, 2020 | Frieda Powers | for bizpacreview.com The Deputy Governor of Illinois called attention to the elephant in the room as the memorial service for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg got underway. Christian Mitchell, the Democrat serving under Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker’s administration, noted the “jarring lack of ppl of color” in comments on social […]

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Ruth Ginsburg and Undesirables

BY GEORGE WEIGEL – for EPPC – Summer 2009 Sometimes, the veil slips. (see the full interview below) It certainly did in a recent New York Times Magazine interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. There, in the course of relating her surprise at the Court’s 1980 decision upholding the Hyde Amendment (which banned […]

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Wrecking the American Dream

Yes, suburbanites, Democrats plan to destroy your community. by ROBERT STACY MCCAIN August 3, 2020, 12:04 AM – for The American Spectator My cmnt: this is such an important article and needs to be read and heeded by those of us who still value our freedom and prosperity and safety. The Left and all communists and […]

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Obama apologizes to Kamala Harris for ‘best-looking attorney general’ comment

Obama in Need of Gender-Sensitivity Training By Jonathan Chait – Apr 4, 2013 – for the Intelligencer In remarks today, President Obama described California Attorney General Kamala Harris “as by far, the best looking attorney general.” Now, he had also described her as “brilliant,” “dedicated,” and “tough,” but … no. For those who don’t see the […]

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Who Killed George Floyd?

Minnesota’s attorney general needs to pay attention to the available evidence, which in this case is incontrovertible. By George Parry – for The American Spectator – Aug 6, 2020 My cmnt: This article fills in a LOT of detail about George Floyd’s death. When the truth is shown the jury in this case and they […]

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What He Saw at the Riots

By NR Interview – July 31, 2020 6:30 AM – National Review An interview with independent journalist Michael Tracey Michael Tracey is an independent, left-leaning journalist who is a thorn in the side of the progressive consensus that is set on Twitter. He has been driving around the country to the sites of riots and […]

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Anyone Who Doesn’t Know The Following Facts About Capitalism Should Learn Them

Rainer Zitelmann Contributor Leadership Strategy – for Forbes The psychology of success and wealth, the power of capitalism My cmnt: slight editing for clarity and accuracy How the world was In 1820, 94% of the world’s population was living in extreme poverty. By 1910, this figure had fallen to 82%, and by 1950 the rate […]

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NY Times editor Bari Weiss says there’s a ‘civil war’ within paper amid Tom Cotton uproar

By Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News – June 4, 2020 New York Times writer and opinion editor Bari Weiss offered insight about the internal battle among her colleagues following the publishing of an op-ed written by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark that sparked a major backlash from its own staff. Hours before the Times offered […]

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Bari Weiss quits New York Times after bullying by colleagues over views: ‘They have called me a Nazi and a racist’

My cmnt: Alex Berenson (search for him on this site) and now Bari Weiss having to leave the NYT because of its close-minded, Left-leaning, lying editorial and reporting policies. Her resignation letter said ‘the lessons that ought to have followed the (2016) election…have not been learned’ By Brian Flood | Fox News – July 14, […]

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Six Weeks, Six Cities, 600 Murders

Kevin McCullough|Posted: Jul 05, 2020 11:00 AM – for Townhall.com The single most important domestic issue of our time is not the rising number of new people testing positive for COVID-19. Deaths have hit all-time lows. The single most important domestic issue of our time is not even the continued economic hardship of a nation […]

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After 600 Deaths in 6 Democrat Cities in 6 Weeks – There Was Even More Carnage this Holiday Weekend

JULY 5, 2020 News Source: The Gateway PunditRead the full story here. Published by: The Daily Reformer.  Six Democrat-led cities accounted for 600 deaths over a 6 week period.  Unfortunately there were more deaths this week and BLM doesn’t care. After explaining that the coronavirus and the economy were not the most pressing issues in the US […]

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Understanding the Hidden $1.1 Trillion Welfare System and How to Reform It

Authors: Robert Rector and Vijay Menon – for The Heritage Foundation April 5, 2018  SUMMARY The true cost of welfare or aid to the poor is largely unknown because the spending is fragmented into myriad programs. Current welfare is focused largely on increasing benefits and enrollments and redistributing income. Self-defeating behaviors that increase the need for assistance […]

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Millennial Drops Support For Socialism After Learning How Hard It Is To Get Avocado Toast In Venezuela

The Babylon Bee – Sept 1, 2018 RIVERDALE, NY—31-year-old Darlene Austin has always been an avid supporter of socialism, but she recently had an eye-opening experience. “At a vegan cafe, I met a guy from Venezuela,” Austin explained. “I asked him about how great it must be to live in a country working to end […]

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Black Fathers Matter

Katie Kieffer|Posted: Jun 22, 2020 12:01 AM – for Townhall.com Fathers matter. A child without a good father figure grows up with a disadvantage that cannot be erased by money, education or fame. Activists claim that whites and police are primarily responsible for holding blacks back. In truth, black father figures are the foremost differentiating […]

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Why I will never support BLM

By Ryan Scott Bomberger  Posted June 5, 2020 – in Radiance.Life/BLM Every life unjustly killed deserves justice. In the cause to make things right, I will not join a movement that has nearly everything wrong. More innocent lives have now been killed (#BlueLivesMatter, too) since these predominantly violent protests began over George Floyd’s horrific death. What about the […]

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Lessons From the Past

The minimum wage laws help union workers and hurt entry-level Blacks Thomas Sowell|Posted: Jan 28, 2019 2:00 PM – for Townhall.com Seventy-one years ago this month — in January 1948 — a black, 17-year-old high school dropout left home. The last grade he had completed was the 9th grade. He had no skills, little experience, […]

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Crippled by Their Culture

Race doesn’t hold back America’s “black rednecks.” Nor does racism. BY THOMAS SOWELLTuesday, April 26, 2005 12:01 a.m. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL For most of the history of this country, differences between the black and the white population–whether in income, IQ, crime rates, or whatever–have been attributed to either race or racism. For much of […]

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Intellectuals and Race: Part IV

Dr. Thomas Sowell – Mar 15, 2013 – for Townhall.com Editor’s note: This is Part IV in a series. Part I can be found here. Part II can be found here. Part III can be found here Among the many irrational ideas about racial and ethnic groups that have polarized societies over the centuries and […]

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Intellectuals and Race: Part III

Dr. Thomas Sowell – Mar 14, 2013 – for Townhall.com Editor’s note: This is Part III in a series. Part I can be found here. Part II can be found here. The desire of intellectuals for some grand theory that will explain complex patterns with some solitary and simple factor has produced many ideas that do […]

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Intellectuals and Race: Part II

Dr. Thomas Sowell – Mar 13, 2013 – for Townhall.com Editor’s note: This is Part II in a series. Part I can be found here. Once we recognize that large differences in achievement among races, nations and civilizations have been the rule, not the exception, throughout recorded history, there is at least some hope of […]

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