shooting of Dallas police officers

How We Got to the Brink of Civil War

Joel B. Pollak, Breitbart

It is very unlikely that an educated black person, for example, will encounter the virulent racism many believe, or assume, happens all the time. Ta-Nehisi Coates, who writes about the persistence of racism in America, admitted in an interview with Playboy that he personally has never been called the N-word — by a white person — in his life.

The Road to Dallas

Jed Babin, The American Spectator

Michah X. Johnson’s horrific attack on police is the most recent evidence of one of the worst divisions in our society, that between law enforcement people and the civilians they are sworn to protect. That division has been created and is exacerbated daily by President Obama and the rest of the pure-as-ivory-soap ideological liberals he has led for eight years.

The Summer Revolution Part 3: At Least 5 Police Officers Killed In Dallas Ambush

The Dallas attack should be seen for what it is, and it was not an impulse-driven reaction to recent police shootings of African-Americans in Louisiana and Minnesota, but part of a carefully choreographed wave of terrorist violence intended to influence the political outcome of this election, and which is facilitated by, and serves the purposes of, both the far-Left and Islamic supremacists.