"Silenced" - We Live In A Time When Our "Opinions Qualify As Crimes"
Black Lives matter to everyone but Democrat politicians.
The folks at Black Lives Matter are really worried about black deaths. Not most black deaths, not even very many black deaths, mind you, but only that tiny fraction of a percent of blacks who have died at the hands of (presumably) white cops. Those a
Judges are truly not your peers. So the Lord Chief Justice’s ‘suggestion’ to limit availability of jury trials for some offences due to court delays should be of grave concern to everyone
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson and MSNBC legal analyst Maya Wiley on the president’s attacks against protesters who want to take down Confederate statues
The minister is supposed to be an expert on foreign affairs, yet his giddy ignorance over Black Lives Matter seems like yet another attempt to heighten tensions
Part II of how Leftist policies harm Black Americans. This time, Minimum Wage
The statement “black lives matter” should not be controversial. The comedian Michael Che makes this point in a stand-up routine on the Black Lives Matter movement from 2016 that has been making the rounds on social media. “We can’t agree on anything anymore,” Che laments. “We can’t even agree on black lives matter. That is a controversial statement.” Che continues by asking, incredulously, what is “less than matters? Black lives exist. Can we say that? Is that controversial?”