Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Park Service Rightly Cancels Funding for Project ‘Honoring Legacy’ of Black Panther Party

There never should have been taxpayer funding for such a thing in the first place. 

Washington Free Beacon reports the National Park Service told the Washington Free Beacon it is no longer providing funding for a controversial project "honoring the legacy" of the Black Panther Party after outrage that the agency would spend taxpayer dollars to memorialize a group that murdered a park ranger in the 1970s.
The Free Beacon revealed last month that the Park Service gave roughly $100,000 to the University of California, Berkeley for a research project on the Marxist extremist group to "memorialize a history that brought meaning to lives far beyond the San Francisco Bay Area."
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1 comment:

  1. A hundred thousand here, a hundred thousand there...pretty soon, it adds up to real money! Glad they cancelled the funding.