Thursday, July 19, 2018

Anti-Americanism Disguised as Ethnic Studies in Tucson Schools

The program is known as “raza studies,” which means race studies, championed by organizations like the far left organization National Council of La Raza
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Equal Rights versus Equal Opportunity

A recent story broke concerning a young woman, Julia Sullivan, who was born legless with elbow-terminating arms....and wants to be a cheerleader at Nebraska's...
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Stressful Plight: Understanding Oppression in Iran

By Benjamin Smith Do we really want to understand what’s going on in Iran? Do we have a desire to truly have insight into what...
An MTA bus sign denoting numbers and corresponding routes in downtown Los Angeles.

Feds to investigate civil-rights claims against L.A. bus authority

Activists in L.A. say the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has discriminated against minorities and the poor by cutting their bus routes first. The MTA says it welcomes the federal audit. Los Angeles Outside the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority building, protesters chanted, waved signs on cue, and gleefully celebrated a decision they hope will affect city transit authorities coast to coast: The Federal Transit Administration will conduct a comprehensive civil-rights audit of the MTA.

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Shifting the Supreme Court Decidedly to the Right

“If confirmed by the Senate, I will keep an open mind in every case,” were Judge Brett Kavanaugh's words last Monday night adding that he would follow the Constitutional rule of law “and precedent.”

The Meaning of The Book of Revelation

A twisted mess of conflicting desires.  We want what we want until we get it than we wonder why we wanted it to begin with.  So often the wanting is much more fulfilling than the getting because the having is always transitory and the losing is inevitable.

Peter Strzok…The Epitome of Arrogance and Bias

He lied, he smirked, and he smugly testified about certain “off the cuff” texts he doesn't remember writing but still explained what the texts meant. He denied that his personal anti-Trump bias affected his work because he said the texts were sent out of his “deep sense of patriotism” and nothing else.