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NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 07: Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at the 2017 Stephan Weiss Apple Awards on June 7, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Urban Zen Foundation)

Jeffrey Lord: Hillary Clinton Is the New David Duke

By blaming her election defeat on race, Hillary Clinton — like all of the race card playing predecessors in her party, including her husband — is merely the latest to play the race card.

President Clinton views the new statue of Franklin Delano Roosevelt with two of Roosevelt's grandchildren Ann Roosevelt, left and Jim Roosevelt, right, at the dedication ceremony for the new prologue to the FDR Memorial in Washington, Thursday, January 10, 2001. The new statue depicts the disable president in his wheelchair. …

Twelve Memorials That Must Be Removed If Democrats Are Serious About Erasing Racism

If Democrats seeking the removal of historical memorials tied to racist history are serious, they should be tripping over one another to get in front of a camera and call for the removal of memorials and namesakes to Presidents Andrew Johnson, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Sen. Robert C Byrd.

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Why Is the Cato Institute Getting into Bed with the Hard Left to Smear US History, Keep Our Borders Open, and Diminish American Power?

The libertarian Cato Institute gets right down to it, in a New York Post op-ed titled, “Woodrow Wilson’s racism isn’t the only reason for Princeton to shun his name.” Yes, Cato went there. The libertarian outfit, which mostly seeks to identify with Republicans and conservatives on tax and spending issues, actually threw in with left-wing radical #BlackLivesMatter-type protesters on another important matter—defending the traditional understanding of US history. But as we shall see, the traditional understanding of US history means nothing to Cato.

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The Left Purges Woodrow Wilson, But Not His Progressivism

The American Left has finally caught on that one of the leading lights of the early Progressive movement was a racist, segregationist, and generally unseemly fellow. Princeton’s Black Justice League protestors have urged that early-twentieth century President Woodrow Wilson’s “racist legacy” be acknowledged, and any mention of his existence purged from campus.

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Veterans Day: The American Devotion to Military Service

It is a long-term and striking characteristic of the American people to show particular devotion to their soldiers. The famed French observer of American life, Alexis de Tocqueville, understood in the 1830’s how the people of a participatory republic like the United States would be both fierce in war and show an uncommon devotion to those who had served in the military.

Jefferson Davis Statue at UT

UT Confederate Statue Move Delayed Pending Judicial Review

The University of Texas at Austin announced a delay in moving statues commemorating the president of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, and U.S. President Woodrow Wilson because of court filings in state district court.