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Liberal brown shirts are now decapitating Revolutionary War statues

1060x600 ae3db14ceef82714ffd08d991d428e8a(Washington Examiner) Tortured to death toward the end of the Revolutionary War, Col. William Crawford's memory has only recently been desecrated. A marble statue of the pioneer soldier guarding the entrance of the Ohio Crawford County Courthouse was decapitated Thursday night.

Kasich, Hickenlooper mull joint White House run

Confirming what most everyone knows, Kasich is a faux conservative with big-gov. liberal tendencies.

The Don Quixote Clown Show That Is the New York Attorney General's Office

3296888146 1 9 YB5Kv0pGThe Donald Trump presidential election and ensuing Era has left the Left plumbing new depths of abject disbelief in Reality.  Their desperation has led them to serially, incessantly chase fake news as if it is actually news – on all of which We the People look in disbelief.

Progressive Identity theft -- U.S. losing its national identity, 71 percent of Americans say

The Washington Times:

There was an underlying sense of foreboding among Republican voters during the 2016 election. Many said they no longer recognized America or complained that they “want their country back.” Now we have some numbers.

Got Milk? You're a racist

Campus Reform

A writer for the California State University, Long Beach student paper recently opined that milk may become the new symbol of white supremacy in the United States.

Reverse Assimilation: U.S. Workplace English Rules Discriminatory, Foreign Language Demands Aren’t

Requiring employees in the United States to speak a foreign language is not discriminatory but forcing them to speak English violates federal law under a sweeping order issued by the Obama administration to crack down on “national origin discrimination” in the workplace. The government’s new enforcement guidelines state that bilingual requirements don’t meet discrimination claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act but English-only rules do because they’re restrictive language policies.