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The Road to Radicalism in Charlottesville


Julia Ioffe, The Atlantic“Of course, it was terrorism,” said General H.R. McMaster on Sunday morning, the day after James Alex Fields, Jr. allegedly plowed his gray 2010 Dodge Challenger into a crowd of anti-white supremacist protestors, then reversed and, bumper dangling by a thread, hit still more people on the way back. When he was done, one person, 32-year-old Heather Heyer, was dead and 19 more were injured. Attorney General…

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There’s No ‘Nazi’ Exception to the First Amendment


Charles Cooke, National ReviewPiers Morgan is at it again: I understand the purpose very well. I don’t think it should be used to protect Nazis. https://t.co/smPEGEdUNg — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) August 16, 2017 What these Nazis did in Charlottesville is not free speech. If America doesn’t wake up to this fact fast, it is in deep trouble. https://t.co/S7vkgOw0mh — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) August 16, 2017 Morgan is echoing an idea…

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To Move Nation Forward, Lift Up America’s Founding Ideals


Scott Rasmussen, RCPIn the decade leading up to America’s War for Independence, much of the drama took place in and around Boston. Sam Adams was the ringleader on the colonial side and public enemy number one to the British. He had been thinking about liberty and independence since he attended Harvard decades before. He was motivated partly because what we would now call the Regulatory State targeted his family because…

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Greatest Scientific Fraud of All Time–Part XVII


Francis Menton, Manhattan ContrarianJust keep your eyes open for more and more examples of tampering with and manipulation of the world temperature record to enhance the “global warming” narrative, and it seems that you will have no problem coming up with an endless supply. One of the best recent examples comes from Australia. …

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