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Socialist group plans to clash with pro-Confederate march in Austin next month

A march celebrating “the true Confederate heritage that most of America is unaware of” is set to take place late September in Austin, Texas. However, a socialist group is organizing a countermarch meant to meet the pro-Confederate march to “stymie” them. According to the Statesman, the “Dixie Freedom …

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Steve Bannon’s Next Battle

Pictured: Steve Bannon smiling. The hot news of the day is the sudden departure of Steve Bannon, who served as a top strategist for President Donald Trump, from the White House. As of right now, there are conflicting rumors as to what exactly went down. …

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You Will Be Made To Care: White Supremacy Edition

The other day I retweeted this as a joke. It looks like it has been making the circuit of the loony left fringe for a couple of years but the first time it caught my attention was this week. Obviously it makes sense if you …

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Bannon’s Base Reacts: Are The Gloves Off?

Well, this has been a turbulent day. Nationalists across the country and faced with life after Bannon, today. For the rest of us, no more jokes about President Bannon. No more snide remarks about Trump’s brain. We won’t have Steve Bannon to kick around, anymore. …

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How to Watch an Eclipse—Or CNN

(Steven Hayward) Power Line’s mobile news production crew is hitting the road today for eastern Oregon to take in the total eclipse Monday morning, and you can look forward to complete coverage here on Monday. (I’ve packed one video camera, two GoPros, two still cameras, …

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Statue of Limitations (2)

(Steven Hayward) Further to my comments the other day about the issues emerging from Charlottesville, a few more observations and interrogatories: It is understandable that Democrats would be agitating to remove Confederate-honoring statues. After all, it is their history that they need to make go …

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Charles Barkley slams protests of ‘stupid’ Confederate statues: ‘I’ve always ignored them’

Always-outspoken basketball legend Charles Barkley didn’t hold back when asked about the hot issue of the moment: whether or not Confederate statues and monuments should be removed. The Alabama native and NBA Hall of Famer told Rick Karle, sports director at WRBC-TV in Birmingham, that …

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The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities just sent Trump a rather interesting letter

All but one of the 17 private members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities on Friday sent President Donald Trump a letter of resignation after the president’s response to violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. According to the group’s resignation letter, Trump …

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One American among those killed in Spain terror attack: State Department

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday that at least one American died in Thursday’s terror attacks in Spain. “We have now received word and confirmed the death of one American citizen in the terrorist attacks in Spain,” Tillerson said in a statement. America’s top …

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Seattle Bans Landlords from Running Criminal Background Checks

Good intentions often lead to bad policy. Consider a new Seattle law that bars landlords from screening prospective tenants for any criminal history. Passed Monday, the Fair Chance Housing ordinance prohibits landlords from excluding prospective tenants because of their criminal history, from requiring or conducting …

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