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UNC Confederate Statue Reportedly Torn Down by ‘Non-Student Radicals’

A University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Board of Governors member said in a recent video that the vandalism against a Confederate statue on the campus wasn’t the “student-led, spontaneous uprising” that it was painted to be.

Board member Thom Goolsby recorded and uploaded the video on Thursday, in which he blasted local media for leading Americans to believe that the attack on their Boy Soldier Monument, known as “Silent Sam,” was anything other than a well-orchestrated attack.

Actions Have Consequences – Red Hen Restaurant Refusal to Serve Press Secretary Leads To Drop in Town Tourism

A small town in Virginia is trying to recover its image after The Red Hen restaurant famously refused to serve President Donald Trump’s spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

The Roanoke Times reported Sunday that a regional tourism board is pulling together emergency funds to boost its digital marketing campaign.

Ontario workers have little to celebrate this Labour Day

Premier Doug Ford’s government has an opportunity to help turn things around. But it will take a big change in policy direction.

And there’s a lot at stake. When Ontario’s labour market performs well, workers benefit from ample job opportunities, growing wages and a prosperous economy.

Sweden Elections – ”Immigration Is A Threat To Society, Cost Is Harming Sweden’s Welfare State”

The Swedish economy is doing very fine and is humming along nicely. With unemployment at its lowest rate for a decade, the ruling political parties seemed unknowing of society’s problems. As the Swedes worried about immigration and crime, support for the Sweden Democrats’ policies, which include a total freeze on asylum seekers, accepting future refugees only from Sweden’s Nordic neighbors Denmark, Norway or Finland and tougher penalties for crime combined with added budgets for police forces, surged.

Justin Trudeau Can’t Fight Against The Anti-Oil Radicals Because He Agrees With Them

The federal government has immense power when it comes to national infrastructure. For example, the government can declare projects like roads and pipelines to be “in the National Interest.” This could be used to help get pipeline projects done at a rapid pace.

The reason those powers exist is that in an emergency situation (such as wartime, societal breakdown, or repeated illegal protests), strong national leadership on infrastructure projects is required.