Category Archives: The Daily Signal

The History of the United States, as Told by Young Democrats

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“We are really looking introspectively about how this country came about,” Velasquez said. “This country’s built off the backs of native, indigenous people, the genocide of such. This country’s built off the backs of black people

Parents Beat Back Obama’s Transgender Bathroom Mandate in Texas Schools

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Administrators of a Texas school district changed guidelines for transgender students to involve parents and work with families on a case-by-case basis, after an uproar among parents.

A Pastor Fights Against Government Restrictions on Political Sermons

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A Pastor Fights Against Government Restrictions on Political Sermons Fred Lucas / July 22, 2016 When the Rev. Gus Booth found out the IRS was dropping its inquiry into Warroad Community Church where he preaches, he was actually disappointed. “We wanted to go to court,” Booth told The Daily Signal in a phone interview. “This is the First Amendment vs…. Read more »

What 2016 GOP Platform Pushes on 4 Key Issues

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What 2016 GOP Platform Pushes on 4 Key Issues Philip Wegmann / July 13, 2016 Less than a week before the Republican National Convention kicks off, the GOP platform committee was racing into the night Tuesday to finish its work on a policy blueprint. A quadrennial exercise that occurs before each general election, a 112-member subset of the delegation gathers… Read more »

A Real Conversation on Police and Society Requires Empathy for Police, Too

A Real Conversation on Police and Society Requires Empathy for Police, Too Scott Erickson / July 13, 2016 Race relations in America, and in particular tensions between communities of color and domestic law enforcement, have seemingly reached a nadir not seen in decades. Tragic incidents, the facts of which are often misunderstood or exploited, have contributed to a growing sense… Read more »