Many say the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot is one of America’s darkest episodes. Others say the nationwide protests last summer over George Floyd’s murder were worse. Here’s data about both — you decide.
Last year’s Jacob Blake and Kyle Rittenhouse shootings didn’t just change the people of Kenosha; they also changed the politics.
As thousands gathered at French’s funeral, their message of solidarity was clear: America cannot tolerate such senseless slaughter.
The Defund the Police movement will inevitably collide with the reality of rising crime in elections through 2022. Results at the local level will be uneven.
The McCloskeys are white and wouldn’t back down to the intimidating Black Lives Matter crowd so of course it has the national press shaking in anger.
The sheer similarities and differences between the treatment of the 2020 rioters compared to the treatment of the January 6 riot rioters are shocking.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi erased any mirage of bipartisanship when she barred House Republicans Jim Jordan of Ohio and Jim Banks of Indiana from participation.
Americans should see 2020 and the January 6 riot as a wake-up call to the future our nation faces should election integrity not be restored.
Black Lives Matter must reframe their case, acknowledging the falsity of their initial allegations, or risk sanctions for alleging facts without evidentiary support.
Under an Obama-era consent decree, Seattle was powerless to defund police last year. More such surrenders of local control to federal judges are likely as the Biden administration revives decrees.
After a year confronting violent rioters and unprecedented circumstances, members of the now-disbanded protest response unit simply refuse to volunteer any longer.
It is such an obvious attempt to try to crush political dissent, you wonder if they thought no one was paying attention.
Mollie Hemingway join Emily Jashinsky to discuss the media’s lie about the Park Police, Lafayette Square, “peaceful protesters,” and a Trump photo.
For more than a year, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser allowed President Donald Trump to take the blame for what her police forces had done.
The MPD’s admission explains the divide between on-the-ground reporting of the use of tear gas and denials by the federal government of the use of tear gas to clear Lafayette Park.
‘I just thought that Philly was different,’ said Steve Jamison, owner of Blue Sole Shoes. ‘I thought we would respond in a different way.’
Footage posted by journalist Andy Ngo shows a Black Lives Matter protester threatening to murder law enforcement in Kansas City.
‘Nothing has changed,’ said pharmacist Randal Policare. ‘It’s hanging over our heads and could happen again any day now. I’m not going to let them win.’
Never forget the hell that BLM rained down last summer. And on this one-year anniversary of the Floyd riots that sparked them all, remember how much progress they’ve secured: none.
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