Black Lives Matter. It is a hashtag and a mantra. It is a battle cry in the war on police. But is it more than that? Does it mean anything when the Black Lives Matter (BLM) crowd says, “black lives matter”? The actions of either the activists within the movement or the crowds agitated by their rhetoric do not indicate that black lives matter to BLM.

Last week a Black Lives Matter activist had a vulgarity-laden article published by Wear Your Voice in which she says the proper role of “white folks” in the BLM movement is either as human shields, criminal agents, or financiers.


 

This week in 1787, delegates at the Constitution Convention in Philadelphia considered several key proposals regarding the relationship between the federal government and the states that created it.

Kaeley Triller Haver is a 33-year-old mother of two young children. She is also a survivor of sexual trauma. Her abuse — at the hands of a man close to her family — began when she was still in diapers and lasted the first ten years of her life, so she is aware of the need to protect women and girls from the types of men who would prey on them.

In a surprising vote, the people of Texarkana, Arkansas, overwhelmingly repealed ordinance M-130, which made bathrooms fair game for any and all, regardless of their sex.

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