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Protests Renewed where Police Officer was Injured, after Documentary Released Allegedly Edited Footage of Michael Brown at Convenience Store

At the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) festival, a documentary called “Stranger Fruit” debuted and its director, Jason Pollock, claimed that Michael Brown made a transaction before his fatal encounter with a police officer. The prosecutor for the Michael Brown case and the convenience store owner’s attorney criticized the video in question and said that the […]

Protests Renewed where Police Officer was Injured, after Documentary Released Allegedly Edited Footage of Michael Brown at Convenience Store

Sketchy: Ferguson Activist Found Dead in Burning Car

Any death is deplorable, especially when the 29-year-old activist named Darren Seals was found dead in a burning car with a gunshot wound. Here are some of the liberal media headlines: ABC News: “29-year-old protest leader found dead in burning car in St. Louis” CNN: “Top Ferguson activist found shot in burning car, police say” […]

Sketchy: Ferguson Activist Found Dead in Burning Car

‘The War on Cops’ by Heather Mac Donald: A Book Review

In light of the violent Black Lives Matter (BLM) rhetoric, protests and the murder of five Dallas police officers, Heather Mac Donald’s book, The War on Cops, rebuts much of the BLM and anti-police rhetoric promoted by the Left. Mac Donald, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute who has extensively researched decriminalization, family and crime, […]

‘The War on Cops’ by Heather Mac Donald: A Book Review

Black Lives Matter Profile: Patrisse Cullors

Patrisse Cullors, one of the three founders of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement, is an “artist, organizer and freedom fighter” from Los Angeles, CA.  After the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin, Cullors co-founded the movement with a hashtag. According to the BLM website, “Black Lives Matter is an ideological […]

Black Lives Matter Profile: Patrisse Cullors