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Students at Ole Miss Traumatized by Banana Peel Thrown in Tree by Student Who Couldn’t Find Trash Can, Incident Deemed Racially Insensitive

  A Greek life retreat for students at the University of Mississippi was cut short last weekend after three black students found a banana peel in a tree by a cabin, reports The Daily Mississippian, the student newspaper. The placement of the banana peel was considered an offense against African Americans…

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Tropical Storm Harvey Hits Tennessee

  Hurricane Harvey barreled into Tennessee Thursday night as a tropical depression, causing road closures, power outages, flash flooding and tornado warnings, reports WSMV Channel 4. According to the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), 18,000 people statewide are still without power. Initially, about 40,000 customers were without power. Twenty school systems…

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Abortion Is Weapon to Keep Blacks Under Control Says Commentator Kevin Jackson

The battle over access to abortions is a battle of life and death. One black conservative activist also says it’s a battle against racism. Black Lives Matter, an activist group founded in 2012 and which says it protects black lives, lists a number of causes it stands for, from globalism…

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Commentary: Don’t Let the Democrats Cover-Up Their Charlottesville Riot

  by ConservativeHQ.com Staff   President Trump was right that there was violence from both sides during the Charlottesville riots. However, Virginia Democrats in control of the investigation and the fake news media are already whitewashing the violence of leftwing extremists. CHQ has run three articles connecting the dots between…

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Hillary Clinton Sells ‘VIP’ Tickets for ‘What Happened’ Tour at Steep Price: ‘A New Level of Greed’

Tennessee Star

Canadians who want “VIP” status during Hillary Clinton’s upcoming book tour for “What Happened” will need to have deep pockets. Mrs. Clinton’s forthcoming memoir about her failed presidential campaign is set to hit bookstore shelves on Sept. 12, but along with that will come a promotional tour through at least…

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Judge: FBI Must Disclose Hillary Clinton Email Probe Details

A federal judge ordered the FBI Thursday to disclose more details about how it handled its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s secret email account. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg said court papers describing the grand jury subpoenas the FBI obtained to compel information from Mrs. Clinton’s Internet service providers can…

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Christian Ministry Sues Southern Poverty Law Center Over ‘Hate Group’ Label

A Christian ministry in Florida is suing the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) over the SPLC’s designation of the ministry as a “hate group.” The Fort Lauderdale-based D. James Kennedy Ministries filed its suit Aug. 23 in an Alabama federal court, alleging the SPLC “trafficked in false and misleading descriptions” of the ministry,…

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Homeland Security Announces Border Wall Prototype Finalists

The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday the contractors that will build prototypes for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, jump-starting a process that has run into numerous delays over the last four months. Ron Vitiello, the acting deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (CBP), said construction will begin…

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Haslam’s Request to Relocate Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue Fails By 7-5 Vote At State Capitol Commission

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – At a meeting of the State Capitol Commission (SCC) held Friday, the first order of new business on the agenda was to address Governor Haslam’s request to relocate the Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue from the Capitol. The motion failed by a vote of 7 to 5, with…

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