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AMERICAN ICONOCLASM: The Destruction of Sacred Images

Dawn Perlmutter, What really lies behind the widespread desecration of statues and memorials. Iconoclasm is generally defined as the destruction of sacred images, usually for religious or political motives. America is experiencing an epidemic of iconoclasm and it did not begin in Charlottesville. For several years there have been numerous incidents of vandalism of Confederate

Boeing isn’t a story of jobs disappearing. They’re just moving to South Carolina

Jazz Shaw, Aerospace giant Boeing is back in the news again, though not for the sort of thing they would generally like to see. The company announced this week through union representatives that roughly 1800 people would be losing their jobs. The layoffs are taking the form of “buyouts” which include a few generous incentives

Black Lives Matter Protester Tries To Rip Down Confederate Flag, Gets Arrested

Muhiyidin Elamin Moye, a Black Lives Matter activist, was arrested for disorderly conduct by police in Charleston, South Carolina after he leapt toward a man hoisting a Confederate flag. The Washington Post reported that the event occurred on February 22 near the College of Charleston, where James Bessenger attempted to fly the secessionist symbol in protest to an event

Pres. Trump Taking Message of Success Directly to America

Matthew Boyle, Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, appeared on Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 this weekend to discuss President Donald Trump’s upcoming Saturday evening rally in Melbourne, Florida, and the vehement and vitriolic hatred that the fake news- perpetrating establishment media has for the president. Spicer said on the show:

Boeing, machinists face off over union at South Carolina plant

Boeing Co faces its first union vote on Wednesday at its aircraft factory in South Carolina, a high-profile test for organized labor in the nation’s most strongly anti-union state. The world’s largest planemaker is running a hardball campaign against the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), which is trying to organize about 3,000

California Goes Confederate

Victor Davis Hanson, Over sixty percent of California voters went for Hillary Clinton — a margin of more than 4 million votes over Donald Trump. Since Clinton’s defeat, the state seems to have become unhinged over Trump’s unexpected election. “Calexit” supporters brag that they will have enough signatures to qualify for a ballot measure calling

Trump’s U.N. nominee to blast world body over Israel

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations will blast the world body over its treatment of Israel at her Senate confirmation hearing, according to prepared testimony seen by Reuters on Tuesday. “Nowhere has the UN’s failure been more consistent and more outrageous than in its bias against our close

Obama names 3 national monuments honoring civil rights

The Obama administration designated three new national monuments Thursday honoring civil rights history as it commemorates next week’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The monuments are the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument in Alabama, the Freedom Riders National Monument in Anniston, Alabama, and the Reconstruction Era National Monument in South Carolina. “President Obama is taking

Racist Opinions Are Hateful. That Shouldn’t Make Them Crimes

Jeff Jacoby, HATE CRIME LAWS have been in the news on multiple fronts this week. + In Charleston, S.C., jurors in federal court Tuesday sentenced Dylann Roof to the death penalty after deliberating for just three hours. Roof, a 22-year-old white supremacist who murdered nine black parishioners at Charleston’s Emanuel AME church in 2015, was

Stupid Dems target 8 Trump picks in bid for more info from nominees

Senate Democrats reportedly plan to attack eight of Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks and stretch their confirmation process from days to perhaps months, despite having essentially no chance of blocking their nominations.   The Democratic senators are vowing to make good on their vow unless the nominees start disclosing personal financial information, according to The