In light of the violent Black Lives Matter (BLM) rhetoric, protests and the murder of five Dallas police officers, Heather Mac Donald’s book, The War on Cops, rebuts much of the BLM and anti-police rhetoric…
Even in the wake of the Dallas shooting of five policemen at a Black Lives Matter rally, academia is increasingly looking to the group for multicultural wisdom without questioning exactly what BLM does. In a…
University of Houston students were offended by ‘all lives matter’ Facebook post by the student body vice president.
That sounds like a poorly-executed public relations statement and outreach by Emory University, considering that Black Lives Matter rhetoric fueled the Dallas shooter’s rampage that left five officers dead and almost a dozen wounded.
On Thursday, 5 police officers in Dallas were shot making it the deadliest day for law enforcement since 9/11. The five officers, Brent Thompson, Patrick Zamarripa, Michael Krol, Lorne Ahrens and Michael Smith all had…
Concealed firearms violates their constitutional rights, say three college professors at University of Texas-Austin.
On June 28, 2016, dozens of people lined up to attend a Senate hearing where Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and others took issue with the Obama administration’s refusal to use the word “radical Islam.” Contention not only arose among the audience but also among the committee.
University of Houston professor Gerald Horne said that these national symbols are symbols of racism and slavery.
Accuracy in Media’s Amanda Florian interviews several people from both sides of the political spectrum, asking them how they felt after hearing about the Supreme Court decision concerning a 2013 Texas abortion law.
One congressman wants to make it easier for illegal immigrants to attend college on the taxpayer dime.