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Samuel L. Jackson Betrayed Blacks Again in Georgia

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Award winning black actor and civil rights activist Samuel L. Jackson cut a radio ad for the congressional special election...

In Search of the Dream

American Minute with Bill Federer Martin Luther King, Jr. was born JANUARY 15, 1929. In 1983, Republican President Ronald Reagan signed the bill to make the...

Should the President’s views even matter?

Thomas Jefferson Leadership I hope however that the time may arive when the Safty of our Civil and Religious Rights will not so much depend...

Columbus, Booker T. Washington & Water

American Minute with Bill Federer "Cast down your bucket where you are... Opportunities never come a second time"-Booker T. Washington On the third of his four...

“Creating, Promoting, and Enforcing” Opinions in the Marketplace of Ideas

BY CARL L. BANKSTON III I was disappointed to read that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth District has upheld the firing of...

Georgia Must Reform Corrupt Civil Forfeiture Laws

PROPERTY RIGHTS, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington— Last Thursday , a coalition of civil rights groups from across the political spectrum is calling on legislators to...

Richard M. Nixon

American Minute with Bill Federer He lost his first presidential race to John F. Kennedy by the smallest margin to that date. A Lieutenant Commander...

Max Weismann and Mortimer Adler on Natural & Civil Rights

by Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. What is being denied by the negative statement that certain rights are not alienable? Human beings living in organized societies...

Max Weismann and Mortimer Adler on Natural & Civil Rights

by Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. What is being denied by the negative statement that certain rights are not alienable? Human beings living in organized societies...

The Hideous MLK Memorial

By Alan Caruba I was a young working journalist during the era of the Civil Rights movement and one evening I was covering a speech...

Flash Mobs: Being Young, Black, and Male in America Today

By Alan Caruba Those who follow my commentaries know that I rarely discuss race in America. I find it an unhappy topic at best and,...

The Rights of the British Colonies Asserted and Proved: James Otis

Every British subject born on the continent of America ... is by the law of God and nature, by the common law, and by act of parliament, entitled to all...

Ending the TSA Madness: How To Win the Profiling Debate

Profiling is simply a method by which law enforcement can determine the probability that an individual has committed a crime or has criminal intent. Selwyn Duke

The Good Old Days

It started with a haircut in the morning. I sat in a barber chair I had sat in initially around the age of five.

Civil Rights Comm. Hears About Black Panther Case

The Department of Justice (DOJ) whistleblower who resigned over the “corrupt nature of the dismissal” of the New Black Panther case testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights this week.

DOJ Ignores Cases With Black Defendants, White Victims

In a racial double standard, the Obama Administration instructs government attorneys in the Justice Department’s civil rights division to ignore cases that involve black defendants and white victims.

Obama, Emanuel At Center Of Blagojevich Trial

President Obama and his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, were mentioned repeatedly in the corruption trial of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich on Tuesday, even as the White House desperately tries to put distance between the commander-in-chief and the monstrous political scandal.

Judge Bans Enforcement Of N.Y. Day Laborer Law

A federal judge is preventing a New York town from enforcing its “unconstitutional” law prohibiting illegal immigrant day laborers from seeking work on public property and people from hiring them.

Judge Wins Muslim Religious Freedom Suit

A Michigan state judge sued for trampling a Muslim woman’s religious freedom by ordering her to remove her head cover in his courtroom has been exonerated by a federal court. In an outrageous case of political correctness run amok, Wayne County Circuit Court Judge William Callahan got sued by a terrorist group that bills itself as a Muslim civil rights organization for essentially enforcing a longtime no-hat rule in his courtroom.

California Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Hears FIRE Testimony

FIRE President Greg Lukianoff is testifying today before the California Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about unconstitutional discriminatory harassment policies at colleges and universities across California. The entire University of California (UC) System has already reformed its policies, seemingly in response to FIRE's concerns, but Greg will testify that many colleges and universities in the state (including several UC campuses) still have discriminatory harassment policies that violate the rights of hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of students and faculty members.

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