Denver Public School Spokesman: Black Families Asked for Segregated ‘Families of Color Playground Night’

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In October, a Denver elementary school began hosting a monthly event called “families of color playground night.” The City Journal’s Christopher Rufo is an activist in the fight against the teaching of critical race theory in American public schools. He reported that Centennial Elementary School held the first gathering on Oct. 13 and the next …

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Liz Cheney Hits Trump with Jan 6 Committee’s Best Shot, But He’s Still Standing

During a Monday night hearing, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY,) who is the vice chair of the Jan. 6 Committee, read aloud a series of text messages received by then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on that fateful day.  In the video below, Cheney reads texts from Donald Trump Jr. and from Fox News hosts …

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A Most Undemocratic Moment at the White House Summit for Democracy

Last week, President Joe Biden hosted a two-day virtual democracy summit at the White House. Representatives from over 100 countries were connected to the event. “Sources familiar with the matter” who wished to remain anonymous told Reuters that, during a slide presentation by Taiwanese Digital Minister Audrey Tang, the video feed was abruptly cut “and …

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Anti-White Racism Is Not a Myth

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  Shortly before 6:40 p.m. on Nov. 15, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, teenager Ryan Rogers left his home on his bicycle, according to Fox News. He never returned. Cell phone records and area surveillance cameras show that at “around 7:31 p.m.” that evening, Rogers, 14, was brutally stabbed to death underneath an area highway overpass. Semmie …

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A New Low: SNL’s ‘Hip Hop Nativity’ Features Mary as a Stripper and Joseph as a Pimp

From Gilda Radner’s portrayal of Roseanne Roseannadanna to Dan Akroyd’s turn as Beldar Conehead, NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” had America laughing in the 1970s. Although the show continues nearly 50 years later, the consensus seems to be that it stopped being funny decades ago.  As its producers struggles to regain the show’s former glory, they’ve …

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Black Woman Who ‘Presents White’ Cannot Believe the Things White People Tell Her

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The Huffington Post published an op-ed by Miriam Zintner, a black woman who “presents white.” Zintner explained that she’d been outside gardening recently when a neighbor walked by her home with his two dogs. She took a break “to give the dogs a really good scratching around their ears” when her neighbor asked: “Why do you …

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New WSJ Poll Shows Hispanic Voters Now Evenly Split Between Parties

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Although former President Donald Trump enjoyed strong support among voters of Cuban heritage in 2020, Hispanic voters as a group supported President Joe Biden by a margin of 28 percent. For years, Democrats could count on the loyalty of a large majority of Hispanic voters. Eleven months into the Biden presidency, however, a Wall Street Journal …

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Homeless Man Sets Fox Christmas Tree on Fire (Can’t find title)

  Early Wednesday morning, an individual set fire to a 50-foot-tall Christmas tree standing outside of Fox News’s headquarters in New York City. Security officers saw the suspect climbing the tree, and shortly afterward running from the area. He was quickly apprehended and is currently being held in police custody. Just after midnight the Christmas …

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Illinois State Rep. Introduces Bill to Force the Unvaccinated to Pay Full Cost of Care for COVID

Illinois State Rep. Jonathan Carroll (D-57th District), introduced a bill on Monday which proposes the following:   A person who is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and chooses not to be vaccinated shall pay for health care expenses out-of-pocket if the person becomes hospitalized because of COVID-19 symptoms. Carroll, 47, told WGN 9 Chicago he thought …

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Nomination of Biden’s Radical Pick for Comptroller of the Currency Post Withdrawn; Goodbye Comrade!

It was stunning that President Joe Biden nominated Cornell University Law School professor Saule Omarova to run the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. This radical candidate had zero support among Republican senators, and it didn’t take long for several Democrats to cross the aisle. I’ve posted about Omarova here and here. Even before a video emerged …

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Jan 6 Attorney Demands Feds Publicly Release Footage Showing Alleged Government Agent Handing Out Weapons to Those Who Were Later Arrested

Attorney Joseph McBride, who represents several Jan. 6 protestors, spoke to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Monday night.  McBride has seen video footage taken inside the U.S. Capitol tunnel on that fateful day which has not been publicly released. He is angry that nearly one year later, the government continues to withhold critical video from …

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Are You Ready for Supreme Court Justice Kamala Harris?

As Vice President Kamala Harris’ approval rating continues to sink, rumors have been swirling in Washington about the Biden Administration potentially replacing her with a more popular politician. Given President Joe Biden’s age and cognitive state, Democrats are right to be thinking about an electable successor. I don’t know where The Telegraph’s Washington Editor Rozina Sabur or …

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Turley Makes an Interesting Observation About the WHO’s Name for the New Variant

Just as the pandemic that has wreaked havoc throughout the world was starting to recede, a new variant of COVID-19 has emerged. The legacy media dutifully responded to the call and their breathless reporting has thrust us right back into panic mode. In what seemed like a nanosecond, the stock market plunged and renewed calls …

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Holding Scientists and Medical Researchers Accountable for Unethical Human Testing, Part 4: Happy Veterans Day, You Magnificent Lab Rats

Mustard gas testing on human beings was done at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, in 1945. (Edgewood Arsenal / U.S. Military Photo/Wikimedia Commons)

Today, it’s all about you, the veteran, you magnificent lab rat. Unethical experiments were conducted and are being conducted both by the military on civilians, and by the military or other agencies on military personnel. Why were and are they unethical? Because the test subjects—us—were not and are not fully informed of what is being done to them, and they did not knowingly consent to be used as a guinea pigs.

Holding Scientists and Medical Researchers Accountable for Unethical Human Testing, Part 3: Massachusetts, Ground Zero

The U.S. Atomic Energy Commission has its own coin.

The history of testing unwitting humans in Massachusetts has a far earlier history. In 1896, Dr. Arthur Wentworth wanted to know if conducting spinal taps on babies would be harmful, so he just went ahead and conducted 29 of them without the knowledge or consent of their parents.

Virginia Goes for Red!

For any wise, responsible readers who went to bed and didn’t stay up way too late to watch the Virginia governor results come in, let me tell you about it. I kept Glenn Youngkin’s election night party streaming while I updated the results and read and listened to the commentary.  At 11 pm, Youngkin’s party …

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