Why the Left Can’t Let Go of Racism

Liberals sell innocence from America’s past. If bigotry is pronounced dead, the racket is over. “Is America racist? It used to be that racism meant the actual enforcement of bigotry—the Continue Reading →

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Why A Menendez Conviction Would Be A Nightmare For Senate Democrats

“The fate of a lot of important issues hang in the balance of what happens with this trial. Just look at the health care vote,” said Jeff Tittel, a top New Continue Reading →

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Our War against Memory, by Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

This is more than just about “statues.” It is how nation talks about its history, the good and the bad. “Abolition of memory is easy when the revisionists enjoy the Continue Reading →

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Obama’s Little Lies a Big Problem

It is in the little lies that President Obama tells that say an awful lot about his character. I have never found Obama to be a very trustworthy individual, which Continue Reading →

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Show respect: Light the Scammell Bridge

In a quiet side area of the Great Bay Estuary sits a quaint little bridge that helps to connect Durham and Dover. However, this bridge is more than just a Continue Reading →

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The Declaration of Independence (as read by Max McLean)

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Never Forget We are a Perpetual Union

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and Continue Reading →

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Wonder Woman a Positive Role Model for All

Last weekend I went to see “Wonder Woman,” if for nothing else but to escape the depressing pattern hanging over our heads, both with the weather and the obsessive news Continue Reading →

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The 100-day Evaluation Folly

If there is one political narrative I have always despised it is the importance far too many people place on the “first 100 Days” of our chief executives, whether it Continue Reading →

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Dr. King: ‘I am in Birmingham because injustice is here’

“One day the South will know that when these disinherited children of God sat down at lunch counters, they were in reality standing up for what is best in the Continue Reading →

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