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Identity Politics Are Anti-American: Why “people of color” is a racist term

David Horowitz, I spoke on this campus in 2001, when I was conducting a campaign against reparations for slavery because the reparations were going to be paid by people who had never owned slaves to people who had never been slaves. Reparations was just a left-wing scheme to isolate black Americans and divide the country.

TRUMP: A SAFE COMMUNITY, A GREAT EDUCATION, AND A SECURE JOB

“In his remarks today, Donald Trump called for a new civil rights agenda that includes the right to a safe community, the right to a great education and the right to a secure job. These civil rights are in addition to the fundamental, constitutional civil rights of our society and the absolute commitment to equal

IS ANYWHERE SAFE? Al Qaeda mag calls for attacks on US business leaders ” in their own homes

The latest issue of Al Qaeda’s online magazine Inspire released Saturday calls on would-be jihadis to undermine the American economy by targeting business leaders and entrepreneurs, according to analysts who monitor web chatter from the jihadist organization. The newest edition obtained by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) features a cover with the headline

New York gun owners resist registry, thousands refuse to join Cuomo’s gun round-up prep

 Empire state politicians gauge gun registration deadlines come and gone and enforcement of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s landmark gun control law they say is unconstitutional and may cost him re-election. “New Yorkers are blind to how many people registered their ‘assault weapons’ by the April 15 deadline,” said William R. “Bill” Nojay (R.-Pittsford)  state assemblyman

90% of NY Gun Owners Refuse to Register Guns

 Standing shoulder to shoulder in defiance with their “brothers-in-arms” in Connecticut, New York gun owners are rebelling against their soon-to-take-effect gun control law. Gun owners have already stood in defiance by burning their registration forms in protest.  They are remarkably unenthusiastic about complying with the order to register their so-called “assault weapons,” and the law

New Yorkers rally for gun rights, against Cuomo regime

Raquel Okyay, More than a year after the New York governor’s landmark gun control law was enacted, thousands of New Yorkers poured into the state house in Albany to protest his governance and leadership. “There is nothing about the SAFE Act that makes us safer,” said Robert P. “Rob” Astorino (R-Mount Pleasant), executive of Westchester County and candidate for

New York Residents Set Fire to Gun Registration Forms

One thousand registration forms torched in SAFE Act protest Second Amendment supporters in Saratoga Springs, New York burned nearly one thousand gun registration forms this Sunday in protest to the NY SAFE Act. As the April 15 œassault weapons registration deadline draws near, members of the NY2A Grassroots Coalition are encouraging non-compliance at educational forums

Butler: Remington’s NY egress signals Empire State closing for business

Raquel Okyay  An upstate New York lawmaker told Guns & Patriots Remington’s decision to develop a new plant outside the Mohawk Valley shows a state that is closed for business. “The long-term consequences of Remington expanding to Huntsville, Ala., instead of Ilion, N.Y., are profound,” said Assemblyman Marc W. Butler (R.-Newport), whose district includes the Village of