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Mario Hicks, middle, holds a sign as he chants and marches during a Black Lives Matter march and rally in Sanford, Fla., Sunday, July 17, 2016. Sanford police chief Cecil Smith is pictured in the background at far right. (Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel via AP)

The lies of Black Lives Matter

- The Washington Times

The Black Lives Matter movement was built and perpetuated on numerous lies, and yet their cause continues to be championed by President Obama and democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during an interview after a rally in Virginia Beach, Va., Monday, July 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

America needs a 'law and order' president

- The Washington Times

Donald Trump has a moment. After the horrific events in Louisiana, Minnesota and Texas, he can unify the nation by positioning himself as the "law and order" candidate -- the one man who can see what's happening in our inner-cities clearly and truthfully to best prescribe remedies.

Protesters participating in a Black Lives Matter rally march in Anaheim, Calif., Sunday, July 10, 2016. (Ana Venegas/The Orange County Register via AP)

Black Lives Matter provocation; cultural differences in resisting arrests

- The Washington Times

Just take a look at my profile picture -- I'm white girl who was born and raised in a small-town in upstate New York. Last week, during the Fourth of July weekend, I took my three boys to my hometown to watch a parade downtown -- it was kicked off by policeman in a police car with all their sirens and lights flashing -- to the delight of my 2- and 4-year-old boys.

FILE - In this June 10, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up while addressing the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority Conference in Washington. Trump will deliver a speech outlining his trade policies on June 28, a speech that is sure to underscore the stark differences between his approach and that of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton when it comes to handling the economy. Trump favors big tax cuts that mainly would help the rich. Clinton wants to boost taxes on high earners. Clinton wants to raise the minimum wage nationwide. Trump favors leaving it to the states (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

Third-party run helps Donald Trump, poll finds

- The Washington Times

Hillary Clinton has been edging rival Donald Trump in recent polls, but if you add third-party candidates, such as Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, into the mix, Mrs. Clinton's lead evaporates, a new poll finds.