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Supreme Court Begins First Sitting of Trump Presidency

Ken Klukowski, WASHINGTON—Tuesday, the Supreme Court will begin its first sitting in which the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) will reflect the views and priorities of President Donald Trump, inaugurating a new direction in American law. The Supreme Court hears roughly 80 cases per year, divided into seven monthly sittings. The annual term begins with

Immigration Failures vs. Americans

Michael Cutler, How law enforcement failures undermine our citizen’s civil rights. Immigration anarchists have repeatedly drawn false analogies between their efforts to block the enforcement of immigration laws and the heroic action of those whose hard-fought efforts for decades provided black Americans with civil rights, but at great cost. These anarchists emulate Jimmy Carter, creator

PSA: Wearing Stuff Saying ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ Could Now Be Racial Harassment In The Workplace

Matt Vespa,  So, wearing “Don’t Tread On Me” paraphernalia may constitute racial harassment in the workplace. From a 2014 complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the folks who decide sift through hostile work environment claims at federal agencies, a person wearing such patriotic gear triggered “Sheldon D.” (not his real name) back in

Everything is Racist, Everything Must Be Controlled

Daniel Greenfield, Destroying the black community for fun and profit.   Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. There are two ways to look at the problems of the black community. Either there’s something wrong within the community. Or America is racist. The

Old, Fired at IBM: Trendsetter Offers Workers Arbitration

 For at least a decade, International Business Machines Corp. gave fired employees information detailing a severance package that asked them to waive age-discrimination claims and also included a page listing the job titles and ages of workers being let go. This disclosure helps fired employees determine if they have an age-discrimination case, and it’s required