In the first Presidential debate at Hofstra University, Hillary Clinton made a remarkable claim: everyone has "implicit bias" towards race. She then made it worse by suggesting a ridiculous solution: have the government throw money at it! Watch the video after the jump:
(Originally posted at SilenceIsConsent.net) The “victim” narrative of Keith Lamont Scott is falling part. The family of Scott has insisted that he was not carrying a gun when he was shot by Charlotte police last week. That story has now been discredited, as police officials have said his gun was found at the scene with his fingerprints and DNA on it. The police bodycam and dashcam video does not appear to show him carrying a gun. Or so it seemed.
While covering the Charlotte riots on Thursday night, Fox News reporter Mike Tobin faced off with a masked protester on live television. The protester made obscene gestures and then threatened "I'll beat your a**" when Tobin tried to ask him a question. See the video below:
I don't think this guy will be held up as the face of the protesters by the mainstream media.
The NFL would not allow the Dallas Cowboys to wear a sticker on their helmet to honor the five Dallas police officers killed in an ambush in July, so Southern Methodist University in Dallas is standing up to say "Blue Lives Matter."
Pictures of the journal New York City bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami had on him when authorities shot and arrested him have been released. The pictures show some entries in the journal, as well as a page with a bullet hole from a cop's gun and soaked in Rahami's own blood.
Stephen Colbert isn't hosting a late night talk show on CBS; he's hosting an anti-conservative propaganda machine that runs after the local news and makes occasional jokes.
Denton, Texas may seem like a quiet college town in North Texas, but even there, the anti-police sentiment that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has fostered is in full view.