Tag Archives: Charlottesville

UNH Black Student Union: campus improvements after Charlottesville, Cinco De Mayo

Students, faculty, administration and community members gathered to reflect openly on the topic of racism on Monday, Sept. 11 in light of events that occurred on the UNH Campus in spring of 2017 and in Charlottesville this past summer. The … Continue reading

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Soldiers monument myth resurfaces in Seacoast town after Charlottesville

YORK — In the days following the Charlottesville, Virginia, demonstrations, as towns and cities discussed removing statues of Confederate soldiers, there was some buzz on social media about the statue in the center of York Village. An age-old rumor resurfaced. … Continue reading

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The New York Times misquoted Trump’s Charlottesville remarks in five different reports

The New York Times has corrected five stories on President Donald Trump’s response to the Charlottesville protests, admitting in each report to misquoting what the president said in the aftermath of the violence. Four of the corrected reports misquoted what … Continue reading

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ANTIFA vs. Anti-ANTIFA debate in New Hampshire as contrast to Boston free speech fail?

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Keene State professor on How to Talk to Students About Charlottesville

“…as the school year gets underway, teachers in cities and towns across New Hampshire are preparing to talk with students about what happened in Charlottesville. Tom White, coordinator of educational outreach for the Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies … Continue reading

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NH CD-1 Candidate Eddie Edwards gives his perspective on Charlottesville

Republican Congressional candidate Eddie Edwards released a video this week defending his political party and calling into question the need for removing Confederate statues and monuments in the country. In the video titled, “A Conservative’s Response to the Charlottesville Tragedy,” … Continue reading

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CNN Panel Of Trump Supporters Unbothered By Charlottesville Comments

CNN’s Tuesday morning panel brought together six Trump supporters, three men, and three women. “How many of you were troubled by the president’s response to the violence in Charlottesville?” host Alisyn Camerota asked. Not a single member of the panel … Continue reading

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Watch: This Video Shows Violence From Antifa In Charlottesville

Video from Saturday’s “Unite The Right” demonstration in Charlottesville shows what appears to be the initiation of violence by counter-demonstrators — presumably “AntiFa,” “Black Lives Matter,” and assorted neo-Marxist and Democrat-aligned agitation groups. “Unite the Right” demonstrators — presumably white racial … Continue reading

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Ed Naile: Oh, What A Tangled Community Organizer Web We Have Woven

Kristin Szakos is the Charlottesville City Councilman who came up with the peachy idea of taking down the Confederate statue – in her town. Yippie, we got our community organized all right – or should I say, alt-left. | More… … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Governor Chooses Placating the Leftist-Elite Over Facts

Governor Chris Sununu, in response to President Trump’s impromptu news conference at Trump Tower, which was supposed to be about infrastructure, but quickly became all about Charlottesville: Sununu’s tweet essentially parrots the Sununu’s tweet essentially parrots the elite-Left’s Charlottesville narrative. | … Continue reading

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