Archive for June, 2015

White Civil Rights Activist Falsely Portrays Herself as Black

White Civil Rights Activist Falsely Portrays Herself as Black

A 37-year-old woman born of white parents has faked her racial identity as black or part-black for years. Rachel Dolezal  represents the black community publically and vocally. She is credited with re-energizing  the Spokane (WA) chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) of which she served six months as president. […]

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Unopened Can Of Soda Denied Muslim Woman To Prevent Its Use As A “Weapon”

Unopened Can Of Soda Denied Muslim Woman To Prevent Its Use As A “Weapon”

United Airlines (United) is accused of discrimination by a Muslim woman who was refused a can of unopened soda because the flight attendant said it might be used as a “weapon”. Tahera Ahmad, a Muslim chaplain at Northwestern University, told CNN that during a May, 2015 flight, she was offered an opened can of Diet […]

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Two of B.B. King’s Daughters Claim He Was Murdered

Two of B.B. King’s Daughters Claim He Was Murdered

  Two daughters of legendary blues singer, guitar player, and 15-time Grammy Award winner B.B. King say he was poisoned and have filed affidavits requesting a formal investigation to determine the cause of his death. Karen Williams and Patty King, two of King’s 11 surviving  children, accuse two of B.B. King’s associates of murdering their […]

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Head On Crash: Religious Freedom vs. Gay Rights

Head On Crash: Religious Freedom vs. Gay Rights

In 1993, Congress passed the Religious  Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) with the intent of protecting religious practices from interference by the government. It was aimed specifically at preventing government agencies from banning the use of peyote in Native American religious rites or encroaching on sacred Native American grounds. The U.S. Supreme ruled in 1997 that […]

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Are Black People Morally Dysfunctional?

Are Black People Morally Dysfunctional?

On May 26, 2015, Dennis Prager wrote for the National Review magazine the first installment of what he billed as “a series on the differences between the Left [liberals] and the Right [conservatives]. He entitled Part I in the series: To Defend a Position, You Must Understand Both Sides. The primary point of the article […]

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