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How white supremacists are made

Editor’s note: This article is meant to educate the audience white supremacy and white nationalism. It is not meant to express support nor sympathy for it, only to study and understand it. White nationalism and white supremacy have been in the news heavily lately in the wake of protests and counter-protests nationwide. Some of the... Continue Reading →

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Personal essay: Bob Knudsen talks about Rural Urban Divide, moving from Denver to New York

Those who know me may think me an unlikely candidate for such an undertaking. I grew up in a very religious and conservative household, and was a Republican for my early adult life. However, my views on some issues, especially social issues and foreign policy, changed over the years, and I found myself more and more drifting away from the two major parties. I now vote third party in most elections, primarily Libertarian, though I do occasionally vote for both Democrats and Republicans on a case-by-case basis.

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Black America’s Pyrrhic Victory In Alabama

By Jeffrey Charles   After Roy Moore was defeated in Alabama’s election last week, the Democrats and liberal pundits lavished praise on the black female voters who gave Doug Jones his victory. The left celebrated these voters for ensuring that the Republicans will have a thinner majority in the Senate. It’s understandable, given the fact... Continue Reading →

Friends Across the Aisle: Part 2

This is part 2 of a multipart series about cross-political friendships. For part one, click here By: Ellison Wade James voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012. In 2016, he voted for Trump. How does he make the leap? James attributes his liberal past to an innate desire toward rebellion against his rural, blue collar... Continue Reading →

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