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NFL Boycott vs Protest

Hidden and painful truths about the NFL protests

Summary: Lord Moulton, Mark Steyn, and James Bowman give us insights about the NFL protests not shown in the news, explaining why this is an important event. This is a follow-up to Looking beyond the politics of the kneeling NFL players. Many have discussed the NFL players’ protests in light of this famous passage by Lord Moulton. Mark …

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The Berkeley riot was a scene from Lord of the Flies, not a political event

Summary: By now the true nature of the Berkeley protests should be obvious. But it’s not, obscured by lies from both sides and the usual flood of hysterical commentary from the media. This post gives the short version. But the future is more important. What the Berkeley riot lacked shows a path to a better future for America. Political …

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Is the Berkeley riot the start of an uprising by America’s young men?

Summary: 2016 was the year of the Trump surprise. The Berkeley riot suggests that 2017 might hold a bigger surprise – the uprising of an underclass of America’s young men. It might change America’s politics for a generation, or forever. “No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the …

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Stories of the Left & Right about the Berkeley riot reveal much about us

Summary: Was Louise Rosealma an innocent victim or a thug throwing bottles? Was Nathan Damigo a white knight defender or a right-wing thug? See the truth about stories of the Berkeley riot. See how Left and Right twist the evidence and dream up narratives to justify the actions of “their” thugs. If not suppressed, increasing political violence …

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Fear the rise of political violence in America. We can still stop it.

Summary: The common responses to the increasing political violence in America range from cheering (for “our side”) to complacency. But the history of other republics, such as Rome and Weimar, show that political violence can spin out of control quickly, with ugly consequences. Our tolerance for it makes this possible. This is a follow-up to The …

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