DOJ Joins the Fight Against Discrimination by Elite Universities

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By Natalia Castro   Discrimination is wrong in any form. Yet liberal universities are attempting to combat discrimination, not by creating equality, but instead by discriminating against different groups. This is the basic idea behind affirmative action- one group has been discriminated against historically, so another group must be discriminated against currently to even out…

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FAKE NEWS Fact Check: Trump Administration Challenges Washington Post Hispanic Passport Story

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by Fred Lucas   The Trump administration is pushing back against the accuracy of a Washington Post story that suggests Hispanics applying for passports are facing discrimination from the federal government. Writing that “a growing number of people whose official birth records show they were born in the United States…

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Commentary: The Party of Free Stuff and Illegal Aliens Is Not The Workingman’s Friend

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by George Rasley   Democrats once passed themselves off as the party of the working guy; pro-union, pro-American manufacturing, pro-infrastructure and anti-communist, but today’s Democratic Party looks nothing like the party of Franklin Delano Roosevelt or John F. Kennedy. In the age of Donald Trump Democrats have become, not the…

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School Discipline Policy Belongs at the Local Level, Not Washington

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  by Jonathan Butcher   Teacher unions and progressive special-interest groups cried foul earlier this year when the White House suggested that federal directives on school safety could be rescinded. But if a recent hearing held by the Federal Commission on School Safety is any indication, state and local policymakers don’t need Washington to…

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South African Farmer Reports on What Is Really Happening in His Country Regarding Land Seizure

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by Virginia Allen   When a recent report on the uncompensated seizure and redistribution of farmland held by white farmers in South Africa drew the concern of President Donald Trump, his South African counterpart told him to “stay out of our issues.” Subsequent reports have raised questions about how extensive the…

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Commentary: President Trump’s Pro-American Worker Push Makes Labor Day a Time to Celebrate

by Jeffery Rendall   Perhaps it’s fitting heading into Labor Day weekend that we should talk about jobs – not necessarily how many Americans have them versus those that don’t and are still searching, but how conditions are improving in the employment market and who’s reaping the benefits. First came…

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Planned Parenthood Announces Plan to Raise $1.5 Million to Defeat Pro-Life Candidates in Ohio Midterms

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Democrats running in the 2018 midterm elections all seem to be reading from the same script, and one of the lines in that script is that they have “signed a pledge not to accept money from corporate PACs.” Aftab Pureval, running against Rep. Steve Chabot [R-OH-1] and Betsy Rader, trying…

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