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Gab Founder Suspended From Twitter

By Sophia Andersen

Gab founder, Andrew Torba, was suspended on twitter today. Torba hadn’t used the account since November that simply contained one tweet, promoting his website Gab.ai; a rival social media platform

Chicago Teens Kidnap, Tie Up, Gag and Scalp Trump Supporter Live On Facebook

By Suzie Daud

Yesterday, six Chicago teens posted a graphic live video to Facebook of their kidnapped and tied up torture victim being held hostage. The teens were smoking as well as drinking

The Rise Of Anti-Whiteness

By Brittany Pettibone

In his renowned dialogue, Sophist, Plato refers to a common trend in which philosophers intentionally distort the truth so that it appears accurate unless viewed from the proper angle. To

August in Chicago – Crime Not Seen In 20 Years

By Irma Hinojosa

Our country has never been more divided as we struggle to make sense of what is happening around us. Why is everything deteriorating? From our economy, to loss of jobs,

Charlotte: Keith Lamont Scott Had A History Of Resisting Arrest, Assault, Gun Violations

By Jared Wyand

Here we are again, four days after a fatal police shooting, finding out three days of riots were based on lies. The narrative they were pushing didn’t justify riots in

UPDATED: Mass Riots Break Out In Charlotte After Death Of Keith Lamont Scott

By Jared Wyand

Another day, another riot in Obama’s America. A 43-year-old Black man, identified as Keith Lamont Scott, was fatally shot by police Tuesday afternoon. The police were serving a warrant unrelated to Keith

Feminism, I See Right Through You

By Kelly Beruff

I really never needed the approval of “male-tears” sipping, hateful women to fully accept myself as I am. I also don’t need to call myself a feminist. But expressing this

Black Lives Matter Is A Fraud

By Jared Wyand

Trigger Warning! Black Lives Matter is to the Civil Rights Movement what Civil War reenactors are to the Civil War. There is no greater lie than the narrative that Black

California State University Segregates Housing For Black Students

By Jared Wyand

Martin Luther King had a dream and this is not it. For the first time since the 1870’s, segregation is back in California schools. The President Of California State University, William A. Covino, received