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How Is Stopping A Beating Human Heart A Civil Liberty?

The Ohio branch of the American Civil Liberties Union claims Ohio's heartbeat bill is "blatantly unconstitutional" and plans to ensure that the bill is permanently blocked. We disagree and believe Roe v. Wade has led American society into a darkness that can only end in the eugenic and racist nightmare of the Nazi Third Reich and other cultures that have allowed humans to be culled like livestock or killed when they become inconvenient.

Joe Will Regret His Turn Onto the Race-Bait Road

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Biden’s raising of the race issue is going to come back and bite him. Said Joe in Iowa: “Our president has more in common with George Wallace than George Washington.” Yet, that greatest of the Founding Fathers, George Washington, whom Biden invoked as his beau ideal of a leader, was a slave owner and demonstrably more of a white supremacist than Trump. As for Wallace, whom Biden disparages, he was a segregationist, much like Biden’s patron, Sen. Jim Eastland of Mississippi, who called Joe “son,” and Strom Thurmond, whom Biden eulogized and who conducted the longest filibuster in history—against the 1957 Civil Rights Act.

No, White Supremacy Is Not A Crisis

David Marcus, The Federalist

Yes, white supremacy is a problem, it’s a scourge, it is a disgraceful stain on the country. But it isn’t a crisis. Mass shootings might be, but even they are fairly rare. Most Americans don’t walk around in fear of them. And they come in all kinds of demented flavors. The United States is not a white supremacist country, it does not have a white supremacist president, and the vast majority of her citizens are not white supremacists. Ours is not a nation that bends to the arc of history, ours is a nation that bends the arc of history. We are not shuffling towards white supremacy; quite the opposite.

Democrats hate Trump more than they hate racism

Editors, Washington Examiner

There are surely Democratic voters of good will in this country. But the loudest voices on today's Left and in today’s Democratic Party hate Trump far more than they hate racism, and they are showing it now. The moment Trump tried to do something inarguably constructive, they stopped caring about racism’s harmful effects on the body politic and acted primarily from concern that this will hamper their ability to call Trump a racist. They decided it’s a better use of their time and energy to frame half of their fellow citizens as Klansmen than it is to rally alongside them behind the common enemy of a violent racist ideology.

Can The Democrats Beat Trump With A Campaign Of Lies?

We agree with Rep. Gabbard that, in a field of noted prevaricators, Sen. Kamala Harris stands out as perhaps the biggest liar, but the fact of the matter is the Democratic Party’s entire campaign against President Trump is based on lies.

Racism is the left’s only answer to Trump (and that won’t help Democrats in 2020)

Newt Gingrich, Fox News

When Democrats aren’t declaring American tradition, history, and culture inherently racist – the Democrats are promoting open borders, free health care for people who enter our country illegally, the end of private insurance and choice in health care, and the death of our economy through fanatical environmental regulations. I suspect all these ideas get 15 to 20 percent approval when you take them nationwide. But in their mania the Democrats are dragging themselves further and further to the left. As I’ve mentioned before, I believe we are heading toward another Nixon-McGovern-style landslide.

Trump is the least racist person in the world

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

As somebody pointed out over the weekend, if Mr. Trump is racist, he is not very good at it. He keeps talking about how hard he has worked to achieve the lowest black unemployment in the history of keeping such statistics. Yeah, that really gets all the racists out there cheering and throwing their hoods up in the air. We should expect little from politicians in Washington, who are truly the last true racists in America. With all their pollsters and their “message gurus” they racially profile American voters. They divide them all up based on the color of their skin, their race, their religion and their sex.

Being a Racist Is Easy Today

Walter E. Williams, Townhall

To be a racist today takes little effort. For example, one can sit back in his easy chair and declare that he's for across-the-board tax cuts. That makes you a racist. If you don't believe me, think back to 1994 when the Republican-led Congress pushed for a tax-cut measure. The bottom line is that when leftists have no other winning argument, they falsely accuse others of racism. Republicans cower at the charge and often give the leftists what they want. Black Americans who are octogenarians, or nearly so, need to explain what true racism is, not to correct white liberals but to inform young black people.

Dem Debate: America’s Urban Poor Out – Illegal Aliens In

Last night’s debate offered little hope to America’s most desperate citizens and showed that having booked the African American vote, inner city African Americans are now just dust in the Democrats' rearview mirror, they’ve now moved on to servicing illegal aliens in the hopes of obtaining a new cohort of desperate clients eager for socialism’s phantom rewards.

Donald Trump at the Overton Window

Roger Kimball, American Greatness

Donald Trump is an equal opportunity scourge. He doesn’t care if you are black or white, male or female, if you behave badly and violate the public trust, he will call you out, baldly. And note this above all: If you attack him, he will attack you back. Public discourse in America has long been held hostage to a species of racist moral blackmail that has made it almost impossible to tell the truth about many central social realities. Trump opened the window on that paralyzing darkness when he dared to violate the taboo against criticizing failure when it happened to be presided over by blacks. But to do so is not racist. In fact, it is anti-racist.

Trump Exposes Democrat Attachment to Sharpton

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

The same liberals who insist Republicans are spineless for failing to denounce Trump's tweets are not suffering from long-standing amnesia about Sharpton's wretched record. They know his leftist, race-baiting, despicable behavior. See: Brawley, Tawana. Sharpton's critics know that so many young voters will never remember all the lies and hate speech — and even deaths — in his flagrantly race-exploiting past, from the Brawley hoax and the Crown Heights race riot, to the Freddy's Fashion Mart fire. Democrats who want his endorsement all rush to his National Action Network conference to seek his blessing. Thirteen presidential candidates made the pilgrimage in April.

Dem Debate: After #OrangeManRacist Democrats Have Nothing But Your Money

Other than two brief moments of lucidity from Montana Governor Steve Bullock and former Rep. John Delaney, the Democratic Debate was mostly a bizarre combination of charges that Donald Trump is a racist and promises of free stuff for everyone paid for by imaginary gazillionaires.

The Democrats, Not Trump, Are the Racists

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The Democrats are the true racists. The more they and their press lackeys call others racist, the more racist they are — and the more racism they generate. These days one might as well call the Democratic Party The Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Racism. They do this every day through the promulgation of identity politics, which is no more than segregationism repurposed and given a slick veneer for the 21st century via intersectionality and similar bogus academic nonsense. But it doesn't end there. It's a daily, even hourly, assault, the latest occurrence being the uproar over Trump's characterization in a tweet of Rep. Elijah Cummings' Baltimore as "violent & filthy."

‘Racism’: A Cliché Fastened to a Dying Animal

David Catron, The American Spectator

The very Democrats who covered for a brazen anti-Semitic bigot would have us believe they are outraged by the president’s “racist” tweets. None of this is about racism or bigotry. It’s about a dying animal called the Democratic Party, hatred for the man administering the lethal injection, and the voters who support him. As Goldie Taylor says, “Trump Is a Racist. If You Still Support Him, So Are You.” As it happens, the House held a vote Wednesday afternoon to impeach the president. It failed 332 to 95. The increasingly shrill cries of racism are just the death throes of a political party that reviles the United States, President Trump, and the voters they can no longer fool.

Democrats Are One Hundred Percent Wrong about Racism

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

There is only one way at this point to end or diminish racism and that is to shut up about it. Otherwise, what you really want, whether you admit it or not, is to perpetuate racism for your own advantage—like Al Sharpton (and many others, obviously, some of whom want desperately to be in the White House). I doubt Cory Booker would approve. 'The Squad" would doubtless go apoplectic. Nevertheless, it's the only way to end racism—stop talking about it. We already have laws against it, for a long time now, as we should. And they should be strictly enforced. But the rest of the blah-blah has got to go. It only makes people hate each other. It creates racism rather than solves it.

What Ted Cruz Got Wrong About Nathan Bedford Forrest Day

Rather than erasing Nathan Bedford Forrest from history, Forrest's 1875 speech to the Independent Order of Pole-Bearers Association, a forerunner of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, could serve as a lesson in racial reconciliation.

Democrat Civil War = Popcorn Time For Conservatives

The burgeoning civil war between the Far-Left House Progressive Caucus and the Nancy Pelosi-led Democrat Old Guard has suddenly gotten hot, nasty and personal with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggesting that Speaker Pelosi is a racist.

American Flag Stands for Freedom, Not Racism

Star Parker, Townhall

Freedom is not about being born into a perfect world. Freedom is about being born into a world where you have the power to fix things. America has a painful history on race. But America is comprised of many individual Americans, and in a free country, everyone cannot be painted with the same brush. The truth and power of those principles of freedom is what made us and makes us great, despite the presence of evil. Let's not make the grave error of thinking that what needs to be eliminated are the principles rather than the evil. Technology and the internet give us unprecedented power to seek truth. America's youth should be using these tools to look for it, to use their own power to think for themselves, not be seduced by the distortions of confused demagogues.

The lynching of the only Democratic hope

Wesley Pruden, Washington Times

When one of the dwarfs demanded that Joe apologize for keeping a civil tongue in the company of Jim Eastland, Herman Talmadge and other Southerners in the Senate, his first reaction was to demand an apology for himself, for the imputation of racism because he practiced basic good manners in the workplace. But in Joe’s country courage is held cheap, and quickly fades. He had to be housebroken. He finally apologized for working with Messrs. Eastland and Talmadge, both now dead, and then apologized a day later for his apology not being apologetic enough. Such is grim life in Joe’s country, where the Democratic powers that be are determined to set up a slam dunk for Donald Trump.