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Why "Political Correctness" became a dirty term

What you heard:

Jeff Sessions, an Explainher favequestioned the legitimacy of a Hawaiian federal judge. Then, when faced with backlash for his comments, he complained that “no one has a… 627 more words

Immigrants & Refugees

Weddings, Idealistic Vows, and a More Perfect Union

People spend endless hours writing and editing wedding vows. Perhaps, then, it should come as no surprise that it took 116 days for the Continental Congress to write the U.S. 721 more words

Free Actions

Christian-run Businesses: The Double Standard

A few days ago, I talked about the misunderstanding of equal rights and how it’s running up against freedom of association. The most clear example of this conflict is in the cases of Christian bakers, florists, and photographers. 800 more words

Social Issues

Equal Rights vs. Freedom of Association

These days, there’s a lot of discussion about how important “equal rights” are to maintaining freedom in America (and other countries with similar laws and legal structures, but I’m focusing on just the USA). 1,002 more words

Social Issues

Deep-State Martial Law Crackdown Will Enlist Local Police to Enforce

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Freeing America One Enslaved Mind At A Time

Deep-State Martial Law Crackdown Will Enlist Local Police to Enforce

The awake and aware of us completely understand the dormant plans for martial law and widespread FEMA camp detentions. 440 more words

Dave Hodges

Judicial Independence in the Government of the People

By Christopher Mark

The most critical form of judicial independence, that is the independence to decide the law in a fair and impartial way even in favor of unpopular parties (like accused criminals), is rarely defended in popular media. 922 more words