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Helpful tips on dealing with racist monuments.

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Perhaps it would be easier if these statues were not in the hands of government, and the social cost of the controversy shouldered by private individuals. And as an added bonus, it wouldn't cost taxpayers to deal with it.

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"It wasn't slowing down at all. It was just going straight through the middle of the crowds."

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There is legitimate fear that the mayhem in Charlottesville was just the beginning of a broader backlash against equality and inclusion. That turmoil may look like the beginning of something big for the cause of white nationalism. But those were not birth pangs. They were death throes.

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Despite the breadth of the current political divide, it appears that there is at least one thing that all politicians can agree upon: energy sector cronyism. The only real dispute is over the preferred beneficiaries.

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How long can we fight negative racial essentialism with positive racial essentialism?

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Social engineers may dream of a society where genders are exactly equal. But it's not going to happen.

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"We don't see business as evil," says Steve Forbes, marking the 100th anniversary of +Forbes magazine. "We see it as a noble undertaking."

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It is shocking, on one level, to find a U.S. president unwilling to unequivocally and with any sense that he actually believes what he's saying decry people marching under fascist emblems and shouting Nazi slogans, one who considers it more important that you know in the same breath that he also finds fault with those who gathered in public to oppose them.

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Consumer goods like floral bouquets and wedding cakes are also acts of expressive artistry protected by the First Amendment. Shops who arrange flowers and bakeries that produce cakes cannot be compelled by law to do so for same-sex weddings if owners have religious objections.
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