Tag: protests
The Real Danger of the Capitol Incident: Suppression of Truth and Dissent

Americans are completely correct in expressing utter disgust with the outrageous violent turn of the election protest at the Capitol on January 6th. People who smashed windows, pushed through barricades, injured others, and fought with police should be promptly prosecuted. In a system of ordered liberty, all forms of violent conduct are always dead...
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What the George Floyd Protesters Should Demand: Five Top Reforms

Unfortunately, we have seen this before: police beat, shoot, or kill an unarmed person, people gather in the streets to demonstrate peacefully, but eventually rioting and looting follows. Anger erupts, blood is spilled, property destroyed, neighborhoods are ruined, but, in the end, local policing is largely unaffected. Typically, the governmental response involves creating a...
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University of Missouri Police to Investigate Hurtful Speech

In an act of cowardice, the University of Missouri’s system president and chancellor resigned on Monday. Protestors, led by master’s student Jonathan Butler who went on a hunger strike, complained that the University did not side with Michael Brown against the Ferguson police force and has not taken action against “a slew of racist,...
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