Kaepernick’s Win for Pop Politics

Colin Kaepernick
Will San Francisco Forty-Niners Quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem before games lead to him being martyred for the cause of civil rights and free speech?…
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A False Race Narrative In Milwaukee

Black Lives Matter
Over the weekend, the latest incident of a police shooting of an African-American male in Milwaukee produced the usual results: accusations of racism against law enforcement and a riot. But…
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Truth and Consequences About Police

police shootings
In the aftermath of yet another deadly ambush of police officers, this time in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, it’s time for a serious discussion about incitement that has been lacking even…
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Harvard Study Debunks Shooting Myth

police shootings
What if the popular narrative about police racism that’s being pushed by Black Lives Matter and others in the wake of last week’s fatal shootings is based on unfounded assumptions? That’s the question…
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Bibi’s Outreach—and Ours

Israel
Benjamin Netanyahu’s current diplomatic mission to Africa demonstrates Israel’s determination to renew ties with some of its most natural allies. It was in Africa that the Jewish people were first…
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Campus: the Ultimate Unsafe Space?

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On Tuesday, the New York Times published a Room for Debate segment on whether or not guns should be permitted on college campuses. “Supporters say guns make campuses safer. Opponents…
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The Big Dog Backs Down

Bill Clinton
As Jonathan Tobin points out in his post, The Big Dog, Bill Clinton, confronted protesters from Black Lives Matter – and a day later, The Big Dog backed down. It was…
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Farewell to Sister Souljah Moments

Sister Souljah
According to the Washington Post, at a campaign stop in Philadelphia this week, Bill Clinton had what they called “another unforgettable Sister Souljah moment.” The reference is to the seminal…
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