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Massive expansion of vote-by-mail approved in Illinois

Governor J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday approved a massive expansion in voting by mail, a plan derided by Republicans nationally.

The Democrat said allowing voters to mail in ballots for the November presidential election would limit polling place crowds and COVID-19 transmission.

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Anonymous Berkeley professors shreds BLM injustice narrative

An anonymous history professor at U.C. Berkeley has penned an open letter against the current narratives of racial injustice underpinning the BLM movement and ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd.

Its authenticity was confirmed by Kentucky State University Assistant Professor of Political Science, Wilfred Reilley, who says he was sent a copy of the letter along with Stanford University economist Thomas Sowell.

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University of Florida drops ‘Gator Bait’ cheer due to term’s ‘horrific racist imagery’

UF President Kent Fuchs said the change was just one of many the school is making to address racism on its campus, amid ongoing protests following the death of George Floyd.

“While I know of no evidence of racism associated with our ‘Gator Bait’ cheer at UF sporting events, there is horrific historic racist imagery associated with the phrase,” Fuchs said in a statement. “Accordingly University Athletics and the Gator Band will discontinue the use of the cheer.”

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Blue Flu: NYPD officers planning 4th of July “Independence” strike against anti-police climate

A sizable contingent of officers is already planning to walk off the job at “1500 hours” or 3PM on the national holiday, leaving America’s biggest city without an appropriate police force. The left-wing protestors and rioters continually calling for the abolition of the agency will have a taste of life without a professional police force to enforce the law and ensure public safety.

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The great Proletarian cultural revolution arrives in America

Most of the time we see events—as St. Paul famously wrote in 1 Corinthians, “through a glass, darkly”—but there are times in American history that allow us to experience moments of clarity. The scales fall from our eyes; our blindness is briefly healed, and we can see the nature of our enemy illuminated by the light of truth.

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