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We All Know This is Tyranny.

They smell blood and fear. Our enemies are waiting for the right moment to launch an assault to take us back to the dark ages. Why are we so afraid of dealing with the Russians? After all, that is where the evidence from special counsel Muller’s

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The Hoax Elephant in the Room?

Why has Congress not addressed the assault on our Democracy by Russia? Especially those in the House of Representatives who seem bent on impeaching President Trump for a fictional non criminal allegation? Do the Democrats in the House of Represent

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An Assault on the Rule of Law

Long ago we were warned of the grave threat the former Soviet Union, now Russia, posed to our democracy, by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Was this one of those moments? I w

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Eroding Americans Faith in the Republic

Long ago we were warned of the grave threat the former Soviet Union, now Russia, posed to our democracy, by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Was this one of those moments? I w

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The Plot to Destroy a Duly Elected President

In that very debate, it was claimed by candidate Clinton that if he got elected, candidate Donald Trump would be a puppet for the Russian President, Vladimir Putin. Such a profound statement was this by Hillary Clinton; what was she inferring that

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The Peaceful Transition of Power?

In the October 18th, 2016 presidential debate between then-candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, a question was asked of candi

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Leveling the Playing Field

This great society program came out of the white guilt phenomena. There was already affirmative action to some degree in America, however. Under President John F. Kennedy and LBJ administration, this plan was designed to reverse discrimination. It

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Systematically Alienated From Their Roles as Husbands and Fathers

In the report, Moynihan documented the greatest threats facing the black families at the time was the rise of single motherhood. At the time it was around twenty-two percent. Today, however, it is at about seventy-seven percent. His report was sev

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Acknowledging the Sins of the Past

Most of these whites would not picket or stand up for what was wrong with Jim Crow. However, after the Civil Rights and voting rights Act were passed, and America acknowledged the sins of the past and apologized for it, this opened the door. Those

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The Elephant in the Room

One trend most liberals and race hustlers will never allude to was that the rise of the Civil Rights movement coincided with the decline in racial prejudice which threatened the Southern grip on Jim Crow. This is not to trivialize the Civil Rights

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