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by | Jun 13, 2020

No. Just no. I will not take a knee. I will not do blackout Tuesday. I won’t be posting “black lives matter” on social media. I’m not going to cheer for the peaceful protesters (or for the looters and rioters),…

by | Jun 13, 2020

Everyone has an opinion about what children should be taught, but we don’t give proper thought to what civilizational keys they should not be handed too soon. Our inability to teach children things in their proper order is arguably one reason we’re…

by | Jun 11, 2020

East Moline, Illinois We were drinking outside St. Giuseppe’s Heavenly Pizza when we heard the gunshots. Five of them, in rapid succession, about four blocks away. I was armed only with a cigarette, but Joe Schilling was packing real heat…

by | Jun 10, 2020

Call it the most expensive street party of the decade. Preliminary estimates of the property damage caused by the riots, lootings, and arson in the Twin Cities region of Minnesota come to about $500 million across more than 500 businesses,…

by | Jun 7, 2020

Washington Black Lives Matter and other radical activist groups like Antifa want you to believe that the protests, rioting, and looting will make America a better country with more social justice. And the way that is supposed to happen is…

by | Jun 5, 2020

At last, the leftist mainstream media believe — they may be proven correct — they can pin the Katrina label on Trump, after they failed to do it with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a sampling of their efforts. Addressing…

by | Jun 4, 2020

Now for a few words about the criminal looters, arsonists, and murderers — and the good people — of today: 1. Yes, of course black lives matter. But 99.9 percent of the blacks killed violently in this country are killed…

by | Jun 4, 2020

It’s time to stay home, nonviolent protesters. Your message has been sent and received. From the local patches of social media to the offices of governors, the calls for reform resound. As for indictments and charges, prosecutorial overreach will almost…

by | Jun 2, 2020

As a columnist and pundit, it’s usually a lot easier to hammer out good content on small, self-contained items. Some politician says something stupid. Some economic study pops out and either destroys or reinforces some narrative. And so forth. But…

by | Jun 2, 2020

Martin Luther King Jr.’s claim that “a riot is the language of the unheard” has been invoked by apologists for every race riot dating to the ’60s. Fire and rage make for great television — cable news certainly thinks so….

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