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Kyle Rittenhouse shot three white men in Kenosha, Minnesota last year. Nonetheless, his case is the largest racial controversy in the country today, drawing far more media attention than the Ahmaud Arbery case or the civil suit against Unite the Right organizers in Charlottesville. Mr. Rittenhouse — whom the police once identified as “Hispanic” in... Read More
Chicago is mostly known for bad things: organized crime, dirty slaughterhouses, and political corruption. The short-lived Starz series Boss was about corruption and starred Kelsey Grammar as Chicago’s mayor. After Baltimore and Detroit, Chicago may be the most notorious city in America. However, Chicago does have a “Magnificent Mile” of upscale hotels, restaurants, and shops... Read More
Last year, Robert Hampton cited several cases of black criminals, even a murderer, who were let go or got light sentences because of “racism.” A murderer’s conviction was overturned because a juror might have said the “N word.” The juror denied it, but that didn’t matter. People in police departments, security companies, and the military... Read More
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday at age 87. NPR reported that her dying wish was that she not be replaced “until a new president is installed.” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will not grant that wish. “President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate,” he said.... Read More
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