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Were two-thirds of US terrorism in 2017 tied to right-wing extremists?

This has been a common assertion recently on social media.  It most often is linking the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) which has found itself in many controversies over the last decade as it has become more a political tool to mislabel those it disagrees with on policies.  While that would be a worthy discussion, … Continue reading

Politics of Race, part 2 – Historical Perspective of Republicans and Democrats

After 360,000 Union soldiers died in winning the Civil War, under the leadership of the first Republican President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, the country was finally poised to pass legislation regarding the abolition of slavery.  This was accomplished with the ratifying of the 13th Amendment with 100% Republican support against a large majority … Continue reading

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