Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle explore race relations, and whether race is really a useless characteristic for evaluating others and discussing justice issues. Zo gives a clinic on how to address accusations of racism.
As Minneapolis politicians call for a top to bottom makeover of the Minneapolis police force, cops flee the force in record numbers, many claiming symptoms of PTSD. Even The New York Times acknowledges that crime surges in the wake of George Floyd’s death and the dearth of active law enforcement.
As of early July 9, 2020, police don’t know who tore a statue of Frederick Douglass from its base in a Rochester, NY, park and abandoned against a chain-link fence on the anniversary of his most famous anti-slavery speech. It wouldn’t make much sense if it were the same kind of protestors who vandalize statues of Confederate figures.
“Resisting is desperation,” says Mike Muse in a column at Medium.com attempting to explain “Why Black People Resist Arrest”. With police brutality, racial injustice, and mob violence in the news daily, it’s time to take a look at some of the underlying motivations.
While Bill Whittle brings you a shocker: San Francisco may address the death of George Floyd and police brutality in general, with a freeze on hiring cops who have excessive force cases on their records. What a radical notion! Right Angle — with Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green — is a production of […]
Bryan Bartels, 20, tried to turn a peaceful protest in Pittsburgh, PA, into a riot by vandalizing a police vehicle. Protestors — voicing their objection to police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd — tried to stop the man-boy later dubbed “Antifa Kid”. A co-worker saw the video and ratted him […]
If you’re not checking The Patriot Post daily, here’s your chance to get right. Jailers failed to confiscate the cellphone from Willie Nash during his booking for a misdemeanor charge in Newton County, Mississippi. He didn’t know it was illegal for him to have it. Now he’s doing 12 years as a prisoner for unintentionally […]
Gary Glitter’s classic song ‘Rock and Roll Part 2’ plays in a key scene of the new ‘Joker’ movie with Joaquin Phoenix. An outcry arises over its inclusion because Mr. Glitter (AKA Paul Francis Gadd) is a convicted pedophile. But that same iconic tune is on the playlist of nearly every high school and college marching band in the nation.
The Trump administration ends President Obama’s moratorium on federal death penalty executions, despite concerns about racial disparities on death row. While the move changes the method of lethal injection to reduce pain — following the Texas model — the risk of executing an innocent person remains. What’s the role of capital punishment in an advanced, humane, society? Should small government Constitutional conservatives endorse the federal government’s ultimate power to wield the sword against its own citizens?
Nike Drops Betsy Ross Flag When Kaepernick Cries “Racist”, Arizona Drops Nike
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