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Did You Know Rosa Parks Wasn’t the First to Refuse to Sit in the Back of the Bus?

Today is the day people remember Rosa Parks who refused to give up her seat on a bus for a white person on December 1st, 1955. But before Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin. Nine months before Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin, a 15-year old black girl who ...
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Islamophobia? No. It’s Factophobia.

    Radiance Foundation by Ryan Scott Bomberger Last night’s Fox/Google GOP debate, without the court jester, was finally a substantive conversation. I appreciate moderators who aren’t afraid to ask tough questions and not accept canned responses. Unlike the disastrous CNBC GOP debate, Fox’s Kelly, Baier, and Wallace didn’t ...
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Dr. Martin Luther King and the Social Injustice of Abortion

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  Radiance Foundation by Ryan Scott Bomberger Today, we honor a man whose words agitated, illuminated, inspired and liberated millions. Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights warrior with weapons, not of blade or bullet, but of ideas. In 2016, those ideas are spoken by many, yet followed ...
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A Potential Student Responds to Mizzou

  The University of Missouri is going to have a difficult time digging themselves out of the hole they are currently in. Stories like this one from the Columbia Missourian, are just one example of the image problem the university currently has. Janna Basler, Assistant Director of Greek Life ...
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“Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred.” -MLK, Jr

Martin Luther King, Jr. Speaking - Civil Rights March on Washington DC
I look forward every morning to William Federer’s American Minute. Considering the insanity of the past 48 hours, today’s missive arrived in my mailbox right on time. Friday, August 28, 2015 American Minute with Bill Federer   “I have a dream…where little black boys and black girls will be ...
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Former Civil Rights Leader Joe Hicks on Baltimore Purge: Dr. King Has to Be ‘Spinning’ in His Grave Right Now

    Megyn Kelly “The loudest people always get heard.” Kelly is right but while they are head, it does not mean that they are right. Communists are not only pushing the agenda, they have co-opted the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Civil Rights movement are ...
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Our American Republic Ep. 33 – Citizens (Not Subjects)

Our American Republic Ep. 33 – Citizens (Not Subjects)
  This episode of Our American Republic looks at the difference between citizens of a nation and subjects of a lord, or slaves of a master. American Citizens hold legal status in the United States above that of foreigners. But, how is being a citizen different than any other status? ...
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For Bob Beckel: Famous Common People I Have Known, Lester Motley

Bob Beckel was born in New York in 1948 and grew up in Connecticut. He’s three years younger than I am. I was born in the Jim Crow south in a coal camp in Kentucky in 1945. Bob is the senior member of the Fox News roundtable The Five, and is ...
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