BLM Should Live Its Redistributive Values

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According to a June 10th article in Black Enterprise, corporations had pledged over $1.5 billion to Black Lives Matter in the wake of the George Kirby arrest resistance fiasco, ostensibly for the purpose of signaling their virtue. Amazingly, this figure nevertheless represented the “paucity of corporations and the stinginess of donations.” It’s never enough for some people. With an array of...

The French Revolution, Like the BLM Revolution, Was as Accidental as the Rose Bowl Parade

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All principled people want everyone to have an equal opportunity for a good life, a safe life, and a productive life, whatever his or her race, religion, or region. That reasonable, humane, and kind attitude is the reason for a quick acceptance of the proclamation, “black lives matter.” That was the right attitude, even a Christian perspective to have....

RNC Fact-Checked, Lies and Damn Lies, Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers

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The Democrats and their media allies were in hyper-drive last week performing their “due diligence” (cough!) fact-checking the 2020 Republican National Convention. Many networks were doing so live during the convention coverage and even posting disclaimers, something they chose not to do during the Democrat National Convention. How bad was it? Bad enough for the world news outlets to...

Joe Biden in Denial, Fanning the Flames and Refuses to Disavow Left-Wing Violence

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Sometimes you have to pinch yourself to see what reality is. Or perhaps it’s all in the Matrix. Joe Biden made a big splash in the media recently to announce that he would disavow the ongoing riots and violence occurring across the nation. Would Joe Biden come out of his basement and actually disavow the radical Left and all...

Smithsonian in Tax-Payer Funded Racism

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Racism, in all its forms, is unpleasant and should not be tolerated. What’s even worse is when a tax-payer funded museum, such as the Smithsonian, decides they will engage in racism, while pretending it’s something else. In their infinite wisdom, the National African American Museum, which is part of the Smithsonian, embarked on a new initiative called “Talking About...

The Morality of Fiat Currency

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It was a balmy crisp California winter night when the unthinkable happened. A major 9.5 earthquake, the predicted big one, hit California. Buildings swayed and ever shop in the state saw its inventory crash to the floor. The sparkling pools in the Hollywood hills had its pool water slushed around to and fro like in a glass of water...