The Curse of the Twenty-Year Crusade

July 10, 2020 By Robert Oscar Lopez On January 8, 1964, Lyndon Johnson delivered his first State of the Union address.  He chose to launch a massive crusade that was most likely far from most Americans’ minds: he declared war on poverty itself.  He opened the speech with these famous lines: Let this session of Congress beRead moreRead more

What ‘Systemic Liberalism’ Has Wrought

July 10, 2020 By Trevor Thomas After another weekend of violence in Atlanta — where nearly three dozen were shot and five were killed, including an eight-year-old girl — Mayor Keisha Bottoms said “enough is enough.” However, because her worldview is corrupted by modern liberalism — which is the case with the leadership in virtuallyRead moreRead more

The Progressive Left Is Becoming Blatantly Racist

July 9, 2020 By David Marcus By and large, conservatives have taken a nuanced approach to the progressive attempt to redefine racism. This new definition crafted over the past few decades, mainly in the academy, states that racism is not a question of animosity or feelings of superiority towards a racial group but rather aRead moreRead more

Muhammad Ali’s son says dad would have hated ‘racist’ Black Lives Matter

By Chris White June 20, 2020 | 8:34am | Muhammad Ali Jr. www.thisischriswhite.com On the fourth anniversary of his death, Muhammad Ali’s only biological son says that his father would be against Black Lives Matter, calling the movement “racist” and the protesters “devils.” The legendary boxer and activist stood up against racism throughout his life,Read moreRead more

We should be celebrating recent COVID data

July 7, 2020 By Jess Jones, MD We have nearly won the fight against COVID.  You wouldn’t guess it from watching the news, but the data from the past several weeks have shown nothing less than a decisive victory over the pandemic.  The media are engaged in a highly intentional and fraudulent game of selective data reportingRead moreRead more

The Black Lives Matter Movement is the Enemy of African-Americans

June 25, 2020 By Leslie Taha The first thing that I have to say is that I am an African-American man living in the Minneapolis area.  I have to state this now; otherwise, I would probably be called a racist. Most people think Black Lives Matter is a grassroots, black-created, black-run organization dedicated to fightingRead moreRead more

Remarkable documentary shows trials of black conservatives in a liberal world

June 24, 2020 By Bob Weir We often hear blacks complain about the struggles they deal with as a minority group in the USA.  We hear that blacks are being oppressed by a system that holds them back because of their race.  Some of their so-called “leaders” are telling them they can’t make it in America dueRead moreRead more

Erasing the Past Leaves only the Present

June 24, 2020 By Dave Ball This past week, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi ordered that the official portraits of four of her predecessors be removed from the Capitol walls.  This grandiose display of virtue signaling occurred, she said, “because we must lead by example.”  Example of what?  “There is no room in theRead moreRead more

Read: Hillsdale Grad’s Viral Response To BLM Petition

‘I look at my acceptance letter and diploma as symbols of the institution seeking justice and equality for those who represent me, and that is: former foster youth, underprivileged, undereducated, pregnant student, white, black, woman, and person.’ By Tori Hope Peterson June 23, 2020 Tori Hope Petersen is a graduate of Hillsdale College and anRead moreRead more

No, America Is Not Plagued with ‘Systemic Racism’

June 23, 2020 By Sylvia Thompson I was born at the end of World War II, into the Boomer generation.  At that time, there was systemic racism throughout the United States, not just in the South, as some in other parts of the country would have you believe. The country functioned under laws that divided blacks from allRead moreRead more