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Articles in mainstream publications are increasingly suggesting that the United States in its present form may not survive the 2020 election's results.
Police response times have risen in the midst of the 2020 riots, and gun purchases have skyrocketed as Americans realize they are on their own for self-defense.
The idea of paying former slaves and their descendants reparations has transformed from cash payments to ever increasing funding for social welfare programs.
Despite incredibly stringent gun control laws, Chicago is seeing a surge in shootings this year. Clearly this must be the fault of neighboring states' laws.
The pandemics of 1958 received less attention than the COVID-19 pandemic despite being deadlier. The reason? There was no website updated daily with death and case data.
The Washington Post is upset Americans are buying more guns than ever. Rather than attributing this as defense against rioters, the Post blames the new crime on the guns themselves.
The New York Times and other mainstream publications pick and choose comparison points to condemn Sweden's freedom based approach to COVID-19, while ignoring key facts.
Public health scholars automatically assume state coercion is the solution to all problems, revealing a left-wing bias in the enforcement of COVID-19 shutdowns.
While most of the responsibility for the riots rests with the rioters, we cannot deny that COVID-19 directives of policymakers added fuel to the fire in recent months.
Governments sold the idea of forced social distancing on the premise of "flattening the curve," but quickly moved to more strident, long-lasting measures.
It's not unusual for presidents to insist they can do whatever they want, but it is unusual for leftwing politicians to assert states' rights in response.
Despite the best attempts of left-leaning media sources to say otherwise, 2019 has proven that lawful gun owners are a positive good for America.
Last week, Miami art gallery Art Basel sold, for $120,000, a piece of art composed of a banana duct taped to a wall. The banana used in the display is a real banana, and on Saturday, a performance artist named David Datuna ate some of it.
In the Soviet Union it was communism that killed days of rest.
The fourth branch of government is headless, responsible to no one, and impossible to hold accountable.
California continues to rank among the most poverty stricken states in the country. There's a few explanations for why that is.
Biden is not claiming no gun ownership is to be allowed. Instead, he's just saying people don't need guns beyond what's necessary for personal defense.
When it comes to Baltimore being a haven of appalling violent crime, Trump's not wrong. Although it has strict gun control laws, Baltimore's homicide rate is comparable to that of El Salvador and Venezuela.
There is not a consensus among criminologists, sociologists, and historians that guns are the primary or driving factor behind US homicide rates.
Public high schools still aren't taking school security seriously.
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