Under normal circumstances, the kids at Covington Catholic would be cheering the extra day off. But yesterday's decision to cancel classes was not a moment anyone celebrated. It was a reminder that no one in the tight-knit community is safe. Least of all the children.

Four days after Covington students clashed with a man by the Lincoln Memorial, police cars are still staked out across the high school. The parking lot is closed, and officers have fanned out everywhere just in case one of the hundreds of threats pouring into the school materializes. The Left's rush to judgment about a group of teenagers in MAGA hats at the March for Life means that basketball games have been postponed. Clothes with Covington colors are too dangerous to wear. And life for some of these teenagers may never be the same.

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The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision continuing the Trump Administration’s ban on transgender military service will no doubt generate an outcry from those self-anointed “social justice warriors” who view this as another great injustice to yet another aggrieved class of Americans. As a retired Marine Vietnam veteran, and the father of a Marine who represent our families 5th generation of overseas wartime service, I think I’m qualified to offer an opinion and I certainly have some skin in the game.

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WASHINGTON -- The following statements are made by Day Gardner, President of National Black Pro-Life Union and Evangelist Alveda King:

Day Gardner:

Is this where we are right now? Has it really come down to what hat you happen to be wearing on any given day to determination if you are racist or not?

Recently, a group of high school students from Kentucky wearing Make America Great Again hats were demonized by the media who after viewing a short video clip stated the students were harassing a Native American. Adults including Elizabeth Warren, Billy Crystal, Shaun King chimed in with rants about those 'racist MAGA hat wearing students.'

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  Yesterday we celebrated MLK's birthday. Several candidates announced a presidential bid yesterday. Most if not all of those candidates are pro-abortion. Today is my birthday.

Today is also the anniversary of the horribly bad Roe v. Wade legislation which become law in 1973.

I'm not marching for life today. We did that last Saturday at the annual March for Life where I was blessed to do the closing prayer. However, I am praying; and blogging.

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In 1865, the Civil War ended and the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution officially abolished slavery. That same year, a group of Democrat ex-Confederate soldiers formed the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). They were domestic terrorists that sought to overthrow the Republican state governments in the South during the Reconstruction Era by using violence and intimidation against freed former slaves and their white supporters. They prevented African-Americans from voting, getting an education, competing for jobs, or owning property.

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“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.” -President Thomas Jefferson

Do you remember in elementary school or in high school when there were mean and unruly kids who were constantly bullying students into submission because they did not go along with them and their rebellious ways? Everyone knew that these bullies were wrong, and yet, within themselves, they were always anticipating when that bully was going to get his (Psalm 94:16).  Of course, for some reason or another, that bully getting his was not going to be from their hands.

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As "boots on the ground" in Washington, DC for the 24th Annual National Memorial Prayer Service and the March for Life today, I'm also getting calls to defend Congressman Steve King for racist remarks. Meanwhile, my family and I are in the heat and heart of the celebration of the 90th birthday of my uncle Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And people are still fighting about the wall. 

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