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South Carolina Supreme Court: State Law to Preserve Historical Monuments Is Legal

The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled this week that a state law preventing the removal of a Confederate monument or changing a historical name of a street or building is legal. The removal or change would require action by the state legislature, the court decided. The Associated Press reported that the decision keeps intact the South…

Biden and Harris are sinking in the polls. Especially Harris. [Video]

This is not tremendously new information, but the accompanying video shows an interesting trend about Kamala Harris in the weekly poll numbers. She has lost a great deal of favorability. Below are screen grabs showing approval polls for each week since she was installed in her post as “Vice President”. Note the trend: The movement…

Inside The Re-Education Program One Lawyer Is Teaching To Capitol Rioters

Several participants of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol have been taking part in one attorney’s re-education program, which involves reading books or watching movies about topics like slavery and the Holocaust, as they face sentencing. Heather Shaner, one of the many D.C. attorneys assigned to represent Capitol riot defendants who can’t afford…

UK Black Studies Prof: ‘America Is a Racist Project… Europe on Steroids’

Britain’s inaugural professor of ‘Black Studies’ has branded the United States of America a “racist project from its very beginnings”, akin to “Europe on steroids”. Kehinde Andrews, who teaches at the publicly-funded Birmingham City University’s School of Social Sciences, told Bloomberg that the idea of “incremental change, progress within the system” in the United States frames…

Why is Russia seen as the bad guy when the West is so aggressive?...

This opinion piece, penned in Russia on www.yandex.ru by Arkhady Ilyukhin, puts things in perspective from how a Russian sees it. Since it is unlikely that Americans will get much exposure to anything like this from their propaganda net, we at The Duran are happy to provide this as a service to inform our readers. What…

Churchill College Hosts Anti-Churchill Talk: ‘Embodiment of White Supremacy’, British Empire ‘Far Worse’ Than...

Churchill College at the University of Cambridge hosted an online talk in which academics claimed that Winston Churchill was a white supremacist and the British Empire “far worse” than Nazi Germany. In the Zoom “discussion” titled, arguably inaccurately, The Racial Consequences of Mr Churchill — as a knight of the realm the wartime leader’s proper…

Dominion refusal to attend hearing is globalists throwing down the gauntlet [Video]

The American nation is in big trouble. Christianity Daily and a few other conservative media outlets ran a piece on Friday, November 20, noting how Dominion Voting Systems refused to attend a hearing regarding their equipment changing votes to Biden from Trump en masse during the November 3 elections. Christianity Daily’s Julio Cachila writes [slightly…

Report: Xi Jinping Ordering Erasure of Genghis Khan from Chinese History

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is attempting to erase the Mongol emperor Genghis Khan from Chinese history according to a report this weekend by human rights magazine Bitter Winter. Genghis Khan founded the Mongolian Empire in 1206. It was the largest contiguous land empire in world history at its peak, spanning roughly nine million square miles…
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“Transportation History” – First Humans Travel Through Virgin Hyperloop

Virgin Hyperloop has completed a historic passenger ride of a levitating pod system that zoomed through the Nevada desert, the company said in a statement on Nov. 08.  Josh Giegel, CTO and Co-Founder, and Sara Luchian, Director of Passenger Experience at Virgin Hyperloop, were the world's first humans to ride in the new form of transportation.  Here's…

Whole Foods Attempts to Ban Staff from Wearing Poppies to Remember War Dead

Trendy grocery chain Whole Foods received backlash after attempting to ban staff from wearing poppies to remember the war dead in Canada. Poppies, which became a symbol of the fallen after they sprang up across the torn battlefields of France and Belgium in the wake of the First World War, have been sold in much…
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