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Erik Rush

Erik Rush is a New York-born columnist, author and speaker who writes sociopolitical commentary, and host of the FULL-CONTACT With Erik Rush LIVE! streaming radio show. He is also the Founder and Chief Editor of the Instigator News Network. In February of 2007, Erik was the first to break the story of Barack Obama’s ties to militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright on a national level. His book, "Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal ~ America's Racial Obsession," has been called "the definitive book on race politics in America."

As the reader may be aware, earlier this week Attorney General William Barr told the Associated Press that the Justice Department has not seen evidence of widespread vote fraud that would affect the outcome of the 2020 election. According to Barr, most of the claims of fraud investigated have been “very particularized …

With both encouraging and heartily discouraging information relating to the outcome of the Nov. 3 general election being disseminated on an hourly basis, many Americans remain hopeful that President Donald Trump will be able to establish that there was sufficient voter fraud and/or tampering to sway the election in favor …

Last week in this space, I upbraided those voters whom I suspected of voting their fears in the recent general election, yielding to the implicit and explicit threats of the radical left and casting votes for the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket in a craven bid to return to a semblance …

On March 11, 2004, terrorists representing the Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group detonated 10 bombs on four separate commuter trains in Madrid, Spain. The attacks killed 192 people and injured more than 2,000. Shortly thereafter, the Spanish government received a communiqué from the terrorist group stating that the attacks had been …

As I write this, it is with the knowledge that by the time this column is published, we will almost certainly not have a clear winner of the presidency of the United States as a result of Tuesday’s general election. As indicated last week in this space, the sense of urgency surrounding …

In these last days before the general election – one which some fear may be the last election we have as a free and united republic – I’d like to examine the political lay of the land, as it were, as well as continuing my ongoing assessment of the character of …

Over the last couple of months, I’ve focused on some of the philosophical fundamentals particular to leftism, and how these have played into the dramatic social upheaval and civil unrest we’ve seen in recent months. On Sept. 2, I began with a discussion around how liberalism has always been the soft …

Taking into account the criminal deportment of congressional Democrats over the last four years (one could reasonably argue for more) and the disgraceful confirmation process attendant to President Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in 2018, it was a foregone conclusion that these Democrats would vigorously …

Just a few weeks after the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and we’ve had a lovely object lesson illustrating the difference in character between those on the political left and, well, everybody else. Despite standing in stark opposition to everything Ginsburg stood for, numerous politicos and pundits …

When it rains, it pours, I suppose. As if we didn’t have enough quasi-prophetic plagues descending upon us to start with, the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg late last week has provided yet more opportunity for deep contention in the political realm. Unfortunately, “deep contention” these days …