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Cities populated and governed by Democrats will continue to burn until Democrats and the media reverse course.
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Maybe the Horse Will Learn to Sing?

Submitted 13 hours ago by ActRight Community

There’s a famous old fable that I've seen told in many different cultures, but for the purposes of this blog, I'll use the Persian version: Many centuries ago, the holy man Nasruddin was arrested after preaching in the great square in front of the Shah's palace. The local clerics had objected to Nasruddin's unorthodox teachings, and had demanded his arrest and execution as a heretic. Dragged by palace guards to the Shah's throne room, he was sentenced immediately to death. As he was being dragge
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President Biden says he’s “praying” that jurors convict former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin of murder for killing George Floyd — less than 24 hours after the judge in the case cal…
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"It is disgusting," Owens said, to compare actual Jim Crow voter suppression "with a state law that only asks that people show their ID."
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Beijing is trying to crush a great and democratic city.
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Imagine Warren’s reaction if a foreign political leader openly offered the GOP advice on how to win back the presidency.
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There is no news value in this. It's only to further incite.
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As the nation awaits a verdict by the jury in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, President Biden said on Tuesday he is "praying the verdict is the right verdict."
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President Joe Biden reached out to the family of George Floyd on Monday, the White House confirmed, ahead of the jury verdict.
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Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick suffered a pair of strokes and ended up dying of natural causes after helping to combat rioters outside Congress in January, but his death was not directly cau…
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Former President George W. Bush on Tuesday criticized both Republicans and Democrats for their approaches to immigration, warning against demonizing immigrants but also against open borders policies. 
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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has received an award for freedom of expression that has Google’s own video platform as one of its sponsors and that is awarded by the American…
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Rep. Burgess Owens said it was "absolutely outrageous" for Democrats to frame Georgia's new election law as reminiscent of Jim Crow laws.
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Prisoners' rights groups -- and even some Democratic legislators -- are stepping in to end "extreme confinement" in a Washington, D.C., jail that's
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It's hard to ignore
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President Joe Biden said he was praying for the "right verdict" in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
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Newt Gingrich warned Reps. Maxine Waters and Rashida Tlaib are “radical demagogues” whose policies would “undermine the U.S. Constitution.”
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Thomas Catenacci  Chinese President Xi Jinping urged foreign nations against building walls and to avoid unilateralism in…
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House Democrats who voted to impeach President Trump and rebuked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for their fiery rhetoric are being accused of adhering to a double standard when it comes to Rep. Maxine Waters.
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In the fight against COVID-19, Joe Biden seems to be prioritizing hollow symbolic gestures over policies with a measurable impact on the welfare and health of American citizens.
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Don’t Call It Rioting

Submitted 13 hours ago by ActRight Community

Maxine Waters on the history of protest and the language of insurrection.
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Congressman Burgess Owens (R-UT) on Tuesday slammed Democrats' claims that Georgia's new voter integrity laws are somehow comparable to Jim Crow laws. The
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Rep. Maxine Waters requested a police escort for her recent trip to Minneapolis, where she told protestors to "get more confrontational" during protests.
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If there was ever a moment — this is it — to remain mindful that beneath the rainbow of skin colors, we all bleed red.
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The Education Department has proposed a rule that would prioritize grant applications to school districts wanting to include critical race theory, the
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