The Perspective

Trump marks Constitution Day with speech at National Archives assailing ‘1619 Project’ as hateful lies about America’s history

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump, hinging his campaign on turning out his core supporters, has increasingly used his public appearances to elevate cultural issues important to his generally whiter and older base, notably in a Thursday speech at the National Archives to commemorate Constitution Day. Speaking at the archives museum, he derided the New…
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Biden’s Campaign Ad On Trump’s Social Security Plan

A Biden campaign TV ad falsely claims that a government analysis of President Donald Trump’s “planned cuts to Social Security” shows that “if Trump gets his way, Social Security benefits will run out in just three years from now.” The Social Security Administration’s chief actuary analyzed “hypothetical legislation” that would eliminate the payroll tax that…
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Campaigning Full-Steam Ahead In Michigan

“I have the distinct pleasure of running against the worst presidential candidate in the history of presidential politics,” President Donald Trump said at a Michigan rally. With less than two months until Election Day, President Donald Trump is set to hold a rally Thursday night in Michigan, a battleground state he’s long been fighting for from behind…
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Trump’s 20 added Supreme Court Candidates

President Donald Trump publicly added 20 names Wednesday to his list of candidates for the Supreme Court, including six women, three Senate Republicans, and a state attorney general. Also new to the list are prominent government lawyers who haven’t served as judges. “Every one of these individuals will ensure equal justice, equal treatment, and equal…
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Senate GOP COVID-19 Relief Bill Fails

Senate Republicans rallied around a $300 billion coronavirus aid package, but it fell short of the necessary 60-vote majority to advance, effectively killing the measure. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky was the lone Republican joining Senate Democrats to oppose it — Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., missed the vote. The Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell-led proposal is…
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The truth is, the general public can’t handle the truth

Populated democratic news media throughout the nation today is discussing President Trump’s discussion with Bob Woodward about downplaying the Coronavirus, and that the virus is much more deadlier than it’s portrayed through our leaders, in attempt of bringing forth a negative opinion about the President. It’s incredibly easy in today’s society to sit back, take…
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To Destroy America

The protests that sprang up in the wake of George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis seemed like spontaneous outpourings of grief and anger. They weren’t entirely. Though many who joined their ranks may have been moved by outrage at the images of Floyd’s death, those operating behind the scenes have prepared for this moment for a…
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The Revolution Is Upon Us

Hard-left progressives are telling anybody who will listen that the 2020 riots and pandemic have handed them the opportunity they’ve always needed to transform America. What they want is a revolution “in the minds of the people,” not unlike the one John Adams said led to 1776, though to attain opposite ends. The question is,…
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1619 Project: Slander of Abe Lincoln

The New York Times’ 1619 Project has aimed at nothing less than a revolutionary re-interpretation of the entirety of U.S. history, “re-centering” ­African-Americans as the sole banner-carriers of America’s principles, even as they have been ruthlessly smashed down, enslaved and obliterated from memory by more numerous and more powerful whites. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison come…
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Biden’s visit to Kenosha

Why is it that Black Lives Matter “martyrs” are almost all individuals with criminal records who were killed or seriously injured as they resisted arrest? One would think that if the narrative of a massive “systemic racism” problem plaguing the nation’s law enforcement were true, then BLM’s list would be largely if not entirely composed…
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