The protests and riots in the streets of American cities have been raging on for months now, and it seems there is no end in sight. But fact is, there exists a very easy fix — if our leadership were only willing to implement it.
Actors, models and singers have donated large sums to left-wing organizations including Color of Change, Black Lives Matter Global Network and the Movement for Black Lives, all of which are open about their desire to defund police departments across the country.
School districts searching for a racial justice flag alternative to the controversial BLM flag might want to consider the banner of the Booker T. Washington Society (BTWS), an Essex Junction mom told her local school board in a letter yesterday.
A student-led initiative at the University of Vermont is calling not only for the university to cut ties with city police, but also to defund and disarm its own campus police.
There is nothing random or spontaneous about the “peaceful protests” we see on the nightly news. None of the riots that incite violence, looting and vandalism are “our youth expressing their frustration.”
The Pledge of Allegiance was tossed into the wastebasket of history this week by the Windsor Selectboard. Board members say there can be no “liberty and justice for all” until “black lives matter.” So they’ve stopped saying the pledge.
Their policy of provocation is cold-blooded, cynical and deceptive. Get some unprepared schlub to blurt out statements on camera, convince the public that everyone who supports the police is just like this Bad Guy, and create division. It’s a ploy.
A growing number of young Americans are not only ambivalent, but are outright hostile, toward America’s national origin.
The Associated Press, a U.S. wire service and news outlet, announced Monday that it will capitalize “black” when referring to the racial group in its stories, but not “white.”
Less than three weeks after protecting Black Lives Matter graffiti, the Vermont Agency of Transportation has scrubbed away anti-BLM roadway messages in the same town.
Police departments are facing dramatic cuts due to threats from social justice groups and COVID-19, and two police chiefs in Montpelier — one retired and one new on the job — say the trend will have a negative impact on communities.