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Who Was Susan B. Anthony?

Who Was Susan B. Anthony?

Suffragette Susan B. Anthony would not take “No” for an answer. In November 1872, despite a discriminatory law that denied women the right to vote, Anthony cast her ballot for president of the United States. Anthony believed that the Constitution already guaranteed women’s right to

NBC, ABC, CBS, and CNN show zero results for reports on the 5-year-old white child allegedly executed by black 25-year-old neighbor

NBC, ABC, CBS, and CNN show zero results for reports on the 5-year-old white child allegedly executed by black 25-year-old neighbor

Four major news networks have not reported on a story of a 5-year-old white child who was allegedly shot in the head at point-blank range by a 25-year-old black man while he played in the street. “Cannon Hinnant Say his name @CNN @NBCNews @CBSNews @ABC,” Jason Howerton of the Blaze tweeted,

Good Cop, Bad Cop

Good Cop, Bad Cop

The aftermath of the wrongful death of George Floyd has unfortunately seen another wrong: the perception of too many police officers as villains. Police are feeling it, painfully. Many of them are blaming not just bad police but Black Lives Matter for its language regarding

Don’t Cancel Flannery O’Connor

Don’t Cancel Flannery O’Connor

Last week, Loyola University Maryland announced that it is renaming the Flannery O’Connor Residence Hall on campus. In an email to the Loyola community, President Brian F. Linnane, S.J., stated that he made this decision based on “information coming forward recently” which “revealed that some of [O’Connor’s]

The Tragedy of George Floyd

The Tragedy of George Floyd

I try to reply cordially to every letter WORLD members send me. During June I briefly apologized 20 times to reprimands for a mistake I made, but with letter 21 something broke, and I responded at greater length. Thanks for your note. I was inaccurate

How Marxists Exploit Race

How Marxists Exploit Race

On March 25, 1931, two white women, Victoria Price and Ruby Bates, claimed they had been raped by nine black teenagers along the railroad from Chattanooga to Memphis. In a town called Paint Rock, Alabama, a citizen posse took the law into its hands and

Marcellus Wiley: NBA’s Plan To Paint “Black Lives Matter” On Basketball Courts Is A Bad Idea, Look At The Statistics

Marcellus Wiley: NBA’s Plan To Paint “Black Lives Matter” On Basketball Courts Is A Bad Idea, Look At The Statistics

Retired NFL defensive end and host of “Speak For Yourself” on FOX Sports 1 Marcellus Wiley explains why he thinks it is a bad idea for the NBA to paint “Black Lives Matter” on the floor of basketball courts. MARCELLUS WILEY: It’s not a good