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A Litany for Survival

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The Authentic Left

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False Dawn

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Liberty and the Marketplace

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We Shall Not Be Moved

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Weekly Review

It was reported that the police department in King City, California, had required all its officers to use handgun-mounted cameras. Read More
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The Pentagon banned Confederate flags in a memo that neither included the word “ban” nor the word “Confederate.” Read More
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Seattle’s police department said that at least 50 percent of its BIPOC police officers would be fired if the city followed through with efforts to defund it. Read More
Publisher's Note

Digital Blinders

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Weekly Review

It was revealed that a member of the East Baton Rouge Parish school board in Louisiana had been shopping online during a meeting about renaming Lee High School, which was named after Confederate general Robert E. Lee. Read More
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The Washington Redskins officially recognized Juneteenth. Read More
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Weekly Review

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