Civil Rights

South Bend Official Criticizes Pete Buttigieg for Blocking Release of Secret Police Race Tapes

South Bend Official Criticizes Pete Buttigieg for Blocking Release of Secret Police Race Tapes

A South Bend Councilman criticized Pete Buttigieg after the former mayor stumbled under pressure on his record of race relations during the Democrat debate on Friday. “As a Councilman in South Bend, I know why Pete Buttigieg looked like a deer in headlights last night when talking about systemic racism in the South Bend Police,” South Bend Councilman Henry Davis Jr. wrote on Twitter. “He tolerated it, ...
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FOIA Documents Emerge Proving Andrew McCabe Lied to FBI About Leaking

FOIA Documents Emerge Proving Andrew McCabe Lied to FBI About Leaking

Documents have emerged proving that former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe, whom President Donald Trump fired, lied to the FBI about a leak he authorized in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election. The FBI documents, released in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from the left-wing group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), show that McCabe first told FBI investigators ...
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DOJ Tells Judicial Watch it Can’t Produce Documents on Imran Awan Due to “Technical Difficulties”

DOJ Tells Judicial Watch it Can’t Produce Documents on Imran Awan Due to “Technical Difficulties”

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch is not letting the Imran Awan Democrat IT scandal go. Judicial Watch filed multiple FOIA lawsuits seeking documents related to the Imran Awan Democrat IT scandal and a federal court ordered a hearing for this Friday, December 13 on the Awan brothers! Imran and his two Pakistani brothers were paid millions of dollars for managing the IT affairs for several Democratic ...
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Classified Docs 'Afghanistan Papers' Give "Undeniable Evidence" Afghan War was a Mass Deception

Classified Docs ‘Afghanistan Papers’ Give “Undeniable Evidence” Afghan War was a Mass Deception

In what's already being hailed as a defining and explosive "Pentagon papers" moment, a cache of previously classified documents obtained by The Washington Post show top Pentagon leaders continuously lied to the public about the "progress" of the now eighteen-year long Afghan war. The some 2,000 pages of notes from interviews of senior officials who have shaped US strategy in Afghanistan confirm that “senior US officials ...
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FOIA Docs: In midst of 2016 election, State Department saw Burisma as Joe Biden’s issue, memos show

FOIA Docs: In midst of 2016 election, State Department saw Burisma as Joe Biden’s issue, memos show

In recent interviews, Joe Biden has distanced himself from his son’s work at a Ukrainian gas company that was under investigation during the Obama years, with the former vice president  suggesting he didn’t even know Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma Holdings. There is plenty of evidence that conflicts with the former vice president’s account, including Hunter Biden’s own story that he discussed the company once with his ...
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A million Chileans march in Santiago to protest inequality

A million Chileans march in Santiago to protest inequality

As many as a million Chileans protested peacefully late into the evening on Friday in the capital Santiago in the biggest rallies yet since violence broke out a week ago over entrenched inequality in the South American nation. Protesters waving national flags, dancing, banging pots with wooden spoons and bearing placards urging political and social change streamed through the streets, walking for miles (km) from around ...
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American Educator Fall Issue Indoctrinates Teachers to Inject Race and Racism Into Every Subject and Every Conversation

American Educator Fall Issue Indoctrinates Teachers to Inject Race and Racism Into Every Subject and Every Conversation

The American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the radical union that reaches into tens of thousands of classrooms, is pushing saturation indoctrination on race, “racism,” “racial identity,” “bias,” “prejudice,” “discrimination,” “hate,” “white supremacy,” and, of course, “equity,” “tolerance” and “diversity.” As American students at all grade levels fall further and further behind in all academic areas, the 1.7 million-member union is telling its teachers that they must ...
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Court Forces Release of Clinton WikiLeaks Discussion Email that Confirms State Department Knew about Her Email Account

Court Forces Release of Clinton WikiLeaks Discussion Email that Confirms State Department Knew about Her Email Account

Judicial Watch announced today that the State Department provided a previously hidden email which shows that top State Department officials used and were aware of Hillary Clinton’s email account. On December 24, 2010, Daniel Baer, an Obama State Department deputy assistant secretary of state, writes to Michael Posner, a then-assistant secretary of state about Clinton’s private email address: Baer: “Be careful, you just gave the secretary’s ...
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Internal Document Details Google Retaliation Against Employees who Reported Abuse

Internal Document Details Google Retaliation Against Employees who Reported Abuse

A leaked document tells 45 stories of Google employees who claim they've experienced sexual harassment, personal insults, and racism, and were then sidelined and denied promotion for being "too much of an activist." Apparently a product of the company's campaign to uncover cases of retaliation, the document is a cache of personal accounts submitted by Google employees to an internal company forum. The document was first ...
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At least 20 killed, dozens injured in Papua unrest: Indonesia

At least 20 killed, dozens injured in Papua unrest: Indonesia

Wamena (Indonesia) (AFP) – At least 20 people were killed and dozens more injured as fresh unrest erupted in Indonesia’s restive Papua region Monday, with some victims burned to death in buildings set ablaze by protesters, authorities said. “Most of them died in a fire,” said Papua military spokesman Eko Daryanto. “The death toll could go up because many were trapped in burning kiosks,” he added ...
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