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The Soros District Attorney-Buying Binge

Matthew Vadum, An investment from the subversive billionaire can cripple local law enforcement for years. Left-Wing currency manipulator George Soros’s push to radically reshape the judiciary and elect extremist district attorneys across the country to weaken law enforcement and protect lawless sanctuary cities is bearing fruit. Soros has been pouring money into local elections because

President Trump Learned Lessons of Katrina

Jeff Crouere, On August 29, 2005, monster Hurricane Katrina slammed into Louisiana and Mississippi. In the catastrophe that resulted, over 80% of New Orleans was flooded and 1,836 people in Louisiana and Mississippi died. The storm caused over $150 billion in damages and forced thousands of New Orleans and Gulf Coast residents to relocate, some

Helping Houston the American Way

Michael Reagan, Houston is trying to dry itself out and recover from the historic floods of Hurricane Harvey. It will take years and unknown billions of dollars. Unlike New Orleans in 2005 after Katrina, the country’s fourth largest city was as prepared as any metropolis can be for a thousand-year flood. But unlike New Orleans,

Virginia schools won’t rename buildings honoring Confederates

Victor Skinner, RICHMOND, Va. – Several Virginia schools report no plans to change the names of schools that bear ties to the Confederacy in the wake of a deadly clash between white nationalists and social justice crusaders in Charlottesville last weekend. Numerous social justice groups are applying pressure on city and school officials to erase

Take The Left’s Race Card, And Shove It In Their Faces

Arthur Schaper, Are you tired of hearing about “White Supremacy”? Frankly, I am tired—really tired—of the race card dominating our national and particularly our political discourse. This is beyond childish. To wit, my fellow activists in Los Angeles County for Trump have Jewish, Black, Hispanic, and Asian members. But we still get hammered with “You

Trump Says He’s Sending ‘Federal Help’ to Chicago Amid Gun Violence

Jack Phillips | Epoch Times, Last year, 751 were gunned down and more than 4,300 people were shot. After countless shootings and hundreds of murders during the first half of 2017, Chicago is getting more federal aid. Twenty additional federal agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) have been sent to the city after President

They United Against Insiders and Won

Paul Jacob, The country is divided. Our political process is broken. You can’t fight city hall. Undoubtedly, heads are shaking “yes” all across the fruited plain. Though the signs of political unrest and governmental dysfunction are unmistakable, let’s reconsider the totality of truth in those statements. If the country is so divided, why did people

The Tyranny of Non-Thought

Bill Murchison, The sullen self-righteousness of the progressive left (i.e., “We’re right, and the rest of you can go to the hot place!”) glows on college campuses everywhere but also in big cities — such as my beloved New Orleans, come to think of it: a locality embroiled in useless controversy over the removal of