Stop Killing Cops – Problems & Solutions

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I wanted to bring awareness to this video I produced back in 2016 regarding the killing of police officers during that time. I find these words to be true now more than ever. Give it listen:   Transcription: I’ve tried to put some words together to give you guys a sense of how I feel…

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Republicans Don’t Need Public Education to Raise Their Children

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See original article from Inside Sources. With September around the corner, American students should be preparing for a return to school. But, across the country, their education has been sabotaged by Democrats and their union allies. In New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy initially pushed for in-person classes, only to reverse his decision after the state’s teachers…

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Democratic Victimology

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“Recently, we had two athletes, LeBron James and Donovan Mitchell come out and talk about how being black in America is extraordinarily tough. That how being black in America is akin to what it was in 1960, or even during the slave times of 1790 or the early 18 hundreds. But this is not the…

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Athletic Privilege

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“If you went to any college in America, if you grew up in high school in America, then you know, there’s only one group that actually has the practice and has the capability of evading the criminal justice system; And that’s famous athletes. From the time I was a very little kid, I can remember…

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Kamala Harris: She Ain’t Back!

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Kamala Harris was likely one of the most controversial and polarizing picks Biden’s team was considering, and this blunder may cost him the presidency in his third attempt to run. Don’t get me wrong; Harris’s accomplishments cannot be ignored. She is an ambitious woman who has risen through the ranks of politics. Biden’s team likely…

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New Journey Pac interview with AJ Swinson and Autry Pruitt

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 New Journey Pac’s Director of Advocacy, AJ Swinson, and CEO, Autry Pruitt, sit down to discuss the Black Lives Matter Movement. AJ Swinson, Director of Advocacy: When you have all these huge companies, international companies that are worth trillions of dollars, who are saying, we’ll throw you a hundred million and black lives matter. If…

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There is a Thin Blue Line Between Helping and Hurting

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The endless stream of other videos frequently shared on social media has made apparent that racially charged discussions concerning police use of force distract from the facts that America has a severe policing problem. Legacy and local news outlets, and Black Lives Matter narratives, would paint a picture that there exists a coordinated effort by…

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Book Excerpt: Beyond Words, Judge Donald Trump by His Actions

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One issue that many wonder about is [Donald Trump’s] apparent lack of empathy. The public spotlight has shone for decades upon his business career and his place in the entertainment world, which is why we often miss the empathetic side of him that many doubt exists. Remember that he spent seven years remorselessly firing people…

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Associated Press Hides Democrats’ Hatred of African Americans

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The depths to which “respected” journalists will stoop in seeking to create a narrative to sway elections and poll numbers defy comprehension. False allegations, slanderous innuendo and general hit-job reporting, which were once relegated to angry bloggers and unhinged writers, have been steadily creeping into what many regard as respectable news organizations. The latest episode comes from an…

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Pruitt: College Spending And The Culture of Rape

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Colleges and universities have lost focus on their primary mission: educating young adults. They’ve strayed from their traditional role, and are instead engaging in wasteful spending. Today they demand that students pay for myriad non-educational services and activities, most often supported through “student activity fees,” “athletic fees” and other add-on charges that drastically inflate the…

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