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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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This Is What Happens When You Let Trump Be Trump


Jack Shafer, PoliticoAt his raucous Tuesday afternoon news conference, Donald Trump delivered a performance that brimmed with self-righteous anger, petty combativeness and honey-badger huffing. As reporters asked him questions about Charlottesville and the neo-Nazis, the president spoke with words like fists—challenging reporters’ questions, interrupting and talking over them, asking them to define their terms….

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The President’s Moral Failure: Only One Side Is to Blame


Chris Cillizza, CNNDonald Trump is who we thought he was. After a campaign gestated in birtherism, Trump was slow to condemn the likes of white supremacist David Duke, routinely spoke in coded racial language to energize a segment of people angry about the changing face of the country and condoned violence against those who disagreed with him, Trump, over the last four days, has proven that he is that same…

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Where Is the Corporate Disavowal of Black Lives Matter?


Michelle Malkin, TownhallLiberal business executives are leaping like lemmings from President Donald Trump’s manufacturing advisory council. Good riddance. These silly string-spined CEOs have sided with social justice agitators, Beltway media enablers and Democratic resistance knuckleheads who believe Trump was wrong to condemn violence and hatred on all sides of the political spectrum. Never mind that of the four people arrested after the violent outbreak in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend, two…

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A Defiant Trump’s Combative Homecoming


Caitlin Huey-Burns, RealClearPoliticsDonald Trump returned to his famed Fifth Avenue home this week, outwardly unchanged by the past eight months at the White House or the weight of the presidency. Appearing at Trump Tower for the first time since taking the oath of office, the president rejected calls from within his own party and administration to reset his tone in the wake of a violent white supremacist march in Charlottesville,…

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Fight Hatred, Fear & Domestic Terror with American Ideals


Sen. Tim Scott, USA TodayThere is nothing “right” about racism and hate. It’s a learned disease, and the best antidote is unity. This weekend’s events involving white supremacist groups are as disturbing and disgusting as they are heartbreaking. The attack was a stark reminder of the darkness of hate. We must come together, as we have before, to confront the issues that chip away at the very foundation of who…

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