• South African Farmer Reports on What Is Really Happening In His Country Regarding Land Seizure South African Farmer Reports on What Is Really Happening In His Country Regarding Land Seizure

    South African Farmer Reports on What Is Really Happening In His Country Regarding Land Seizure South African Farmer Reports on What Is Really Happening In His Country Regarding Land Seizure

    When a recent report on the uncompensated seizure and redistribution of farmland held by white farmers in South Africa drew the concern of President Donald Trump, his South African counterpart told him to “stay out of our issues.”

    Subsequent reports have raised questions about how extensive the land expropriations are and the level of violence associated with the seizures.

    The African National Congress (ANC) is the longtime ruling party in South Africa, and it is currently headed by that country’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa. Ramaphosa drew U.S. media scrutiny after Tucker Carlson, on his Fox News Channel show, reported Aug. 22 that Ramaphosa had begun “seizing land from his own citizens without compensation because they are the wrong skin color.” READ MORE...

  • Fact-Checking 4 of Critics' Claims About Brett Kavanaugh

    Fact-Checking 4 of Critics’ Claims About Brett Kavanaugh

    Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to serve on the Supreme Court is the most contentious issue in the Senate, prompting intense partisan debate and numerous claims about his views.

    President Donald Trump nominated the federal appeals court judge July 8 to fill the seat of retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.

    Here are the facts on four of Democrats’ negative claims about Kavanaugh, 53, who currently sits on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

    1. Nixon and the Watergate Tapes

    Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., accused Kavanaugh of believing that, as president, Richard Nixon should not have had to surrender secretly recorded tapes during the Watergate scandal. READ MORE...

  • Identity Politics Are Leading To Racially Segregated Dorms And Parties

    Identity Politics Are Leading To Racially Segregated Dorms And Parties

    Do you remember Harambe? He was the gorilla that got killed at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2016, and quickly became an Internet meme. He also almost got a student at my college arrested.

    When some of my fellow students at the University of Massachusetts made jokes about Harambe on the whiteboards outside their dorm rooms, residence advisors decried the jokes as “microaggressions” that are a “direct attack to [the] campus’s African-American community.” That was in 2016, but things haven’t gotten much better since. READ MORE...

  • Racial Discrimination at Harvard and America’s ‘Elite’ Universities

    Racial Discrimination at Harvard and America’s ‘Elite’ Universities

    The Justice Department made news on Thursday when it filed a “statement of interest” in a long-running lawsuit against Harvard University that supported claims of Asian-American students that the university is discriminating in its admission process.

    In fact, the evidence uncovered during the discovery process of the pending lawsuit seems overwhelming that Harvard is violating the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and has imposed a racial quota system, including a ceiling on the number of Asian-American students accepted, no matter how outstanding their qualifications. READ MORE...

  • Does Privilege Theory Boost South Africa-Style Confiscation In The US?

    Does Privilege Theory Boost South Africa-Style Confiscation In The US?

    The South African parliament is considering an amendment to their constitution to allow for “expropriation without compensation” of private property for the purpose of “land reform.” Although apartheid ended in the early 1990s, most South African farmland is still owned by whites, and many in South Africa see land reform as a necessary remedy for past injustices committed by white colonists of Anglo and Dutch origin.

    While many pundits have been quarreling over whether 74 farm murders last year constitute “white genocide” (the case is weak at best, given the lack of data), the actual policy debate in the country is deeply disturbing on its own, and shows, regardless of what you think about the farm murders, that racial Marxism threatens to bring an economic and human rights disaster upon South Africa. READ MORE...

  • Framing Ted Stevens Was The Deep State’s Trial Run For Framing Trump

    Framing Ted Stevens Was The Deep State’s Trial Run For Framing Trump

    If one wonders how Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation employees like Bruce Ohr and Peter Strzok felt such impunity while actively meddling with the 2016 presidential election, one need look no further than the legacy of DoJ’s meddling in the Alaska Senate election of 2008.

    According to the government’s theory of the case, Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens underpaid for renovations on his cabin in a scheme to accept a non-cash bribe from a foreman for his contractor named Rocky Williams. During the mock cross-examination, the prosecution became alarmed when Williams was easily led into adopting the defense’s theory of the case. Both the prosecution and the defense had Williams under subpoena. This would not do. READ MORE...

  • How Louisiana Stood Up to the Anti-Gun Corporate Elite

    How Louisiana Stood Up to the Anti-Gun Corporate Elite

    The state of Louisiana recently held some members of the corporate social police accountable for discriminating against law-abiding Americans.

    By a vote of 7-6, the State Bond Commission excluded Citigroup and Bank of America from the running for a lucrative state contract. Our reason for doing so: these corporations had introduced bank policies that restrict legal access to firearms and bank misrepresentations on those policies.

    While our governor and his allies sided with these anti-gun corporations, conservatives stood together to protect the Second Amendment rights of Louisiana citizens. READ MORE...