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Acts of Terror: A History of Left-Wing Political Violence in America

After a Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer attempted to assassinate Republican members of Congress in Virginia, many on the left began insisting that “both sides” need to moderate their violent political rhetoric. But history proves that leftists are guilty of most of the politically-motivated violence in the United States.

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un looks out towards Kim Il-Sung square during a mass military parade in Pyongyang on October 10, 2015. North Korea was marking the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers' Party.

The Black Power Movements Fifty-Year Love Affair with North Korea

As North Korea threatens the United States with nuclear annihilation, it’s worth remembering that the Black Panther Party was an active ally of North Korea nearly 50 years ago. The Black Panther Party was not just advocating an armed guerrilla overthrow of the United States government in order to install socialism, it was actively working and supporting nations like North Korea that one to destroy capitalism and kill Americans.

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Sick Hate Tweets Against Nancy Reagan Expose Left’s Deadly Agenda

The firehose of bile from Twitter users at the death of former First Lady Nancy Reagan on Sunday reveals the success of leftist radicals’ attempts to rewrite the facts of the War on Drugs, the program put into place by Ronald Reagan with the support of Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” campaign. That revisionist history is a key component of the current “mass incarceration” movement that is aimed not only at putting dangerous felons back on the street, but also in turning them into both foot soldiers in the revolution and a voting bloc for Democrats.

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#BoycottBeyonce Movement Gains Momentum

An online campaign to boycott Beyoncé and her music has picked up steam since the pop star performed a controversial tribute to the Black Panthers during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.

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Protesters Disrupt Mayor Ed Lee’s Inauguration

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s second inauguration Friday was met with shouts and boos from protesters criticizing Lee for the creeping gentrification in his city and calling for Police Chief Greg Suhr to step down over growing tensions between the police department and the black community.

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What O’Reilly’s Black Lives Matter Segment Left Out

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly did a segment on Tuesday night’s show about the Black Lives Matter movement with Washington Times writer Kelly Riddell that was solid, highlighting some of Riddell’s work about how progressive billionaire George Soros has been