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The creation of so-called safe spaces—where offensive ideas and speech are prohibited—is just censorship by another name, and censorship breeds resentment, and resentment breeds conflict, and unresolved, festering conflict gives rise to violence.
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The authorities in Portland could stop the violence from happening.  The police need to show up very early in massive numbers, and they need to do everything that they can to keep the two groups apart. Because if the two sides come face to face, there will be violence.
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“The warlords of history are still kicking our heads in, and no one, not our fathers, not our Gods, is coming to save us.”— Journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled: it will not hear the case of Young v. Borders. Despite the fact that a 26-year-old man was gunned …
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Frankly, I could care less about that National Football League and the ongoing social justice protests.  The game has no impact on my life and neither does its players.  However, it appears that many Americans are finally putting some shoe leather to their anger at players who kneel during the …
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This is going to backfire on the left in a major way. On Sunday, more than a hundred NFL players knelt during the playing of the national anthem. It was obviously an attempt to make some sort of public statement about President Trump, but it was an exceedingly poor way …
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We see the headlines all over the news about the “Alt-Right,” but few show the more violent “Alt-Left” that has destroyed property and attacked police. Let’s be very clear, both sides are not in favor of a Free United States. In this article, we will expose the Antifa group first …
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While the violence and hate of the alt-right will continue to dominate the news cycle, and they deserve the negative coverage, the media is remiss to ignore the ongoing epidemic of violence from the left. In fact, while Antifa, BlackLivesMatter, and other leftist groups were in Charlottesville spoiling for a …
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Myopia is nearsightedness, and it “is the most common refractive error of the eye…If you are nearsighted, you typically will have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly.” But there is another form of nearsightedness: seeing the items right under your nose, but missing the truly significant items …
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OK, this is actually pretty obvious – but it is worth pointing out that the “archipelago” of islands across the vast expanse of the United States that carried the vote for Hillary Clinton during the election – also happens to be a ring of the liberal cities that: a) have …
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The 21st Century is inching ever closer towards chaos… and the time to get out of the big city is upon us. With economic conditions, growing crises, desperate populations looking to scratch by, and more hatred and division than at any previous point in American history, the city has become …
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