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  • Is Trump right about the violent, hateful left?

    09/04/2018 6:06:54 AM PDT · by rktman · 26 replies ^ | 9/3/2018 | Joe Farah
    Last week, President Trump held a meeting with evangelical leaders in the White House State Dining Room in which he said about the stakes in the 2018 midterm elections, and I quote: This November 6 election is very much a referendum on not only me, it’s a referendum on your religion, it’s a referendum on free speech and the First Amendment. It’s a referendum on so much. It’s not a question of like or dislike, it’s a question that they will overturn everything that we’ve done and they will do it quickly and violently. And violently. There is violence. When...
  • Ahmadinejad Can Speak on a US Campus, But Netanyahu Cannot

    05/16/2009 2:52:37 AM PDT · by Scanian · 17 replies · 903+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | May 16, 2009 | Edward Olshaker
    Imagine it's 1940, and picture Adolf Hitler speaking at a US university, receiving a polite reception, while Winston Churchill is barred from speaking because his safety cannot be guaranteed. It's unthinkable, yet the very same pro-fascist dynamic is a reality in 21st Century America. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes to America knowing he is a second-class citizen who is denied the free-speech rights enjoyed even by prominent jihadists, having been violently prevented from speaking on campuses in the US and Canada in recent years. Protestors at Berkeley, the campus once synonymous with the term "free speech," forced the cancellation...
  • Some blame fall in apps on Hashemi ( Yale suffering from their Taliban )

    02/09/2007 9:45:08 AM PST · by george76 · 18 replies · 860+ views
    yale daily news ^ | February 9, 2007 | Kimberly Chow
    Critics of Yale’s decision to admit former Taliban diplomat Rahmatullah Hashemi have suggested that the ensuing controversy was partially to blame for the decrease in applications to Yale this year... Applications to Yale for the class of 2011 decreased 9.7 percent ... While Yale administrators blamed the decline on last year’s record-low acceptance rate and natural year-to-year fluctuations, critics of the University have argued that high school students may have been disillusioned by Hashemi’s enrollment. Hashemi took classes at Yale through the Nondegree Students Program from the summer of 2005 through the end of the 2006 academic year, gaining national...
  • Kids kicked off a bus for speaking English

    01/09/2007 9:06:29 PM PST · by Nachum · 109 replies · 5,079+ views ^ | 01/09/2007 | staff
    Imagine sending your kids off to school, but when they get to the bus they are told they can't get on because they speak English. That's right, English. It happened to a few children in St. Paul and now the school district is apologizing. Rachel Armstrong sent her kids to pick up the bus as usual Monday, but after the driver let the kids on, he told them he would not pick them up again. He even said he wouldn't take them home that afternoon. Armstrong left work early Tuesday, forced to pick up her kids from Phalen Lake Elementary...
  • Tancredo protestors turn violent

    12/01/2006 9:56:47 AM PST · by wouldntbprudent · 91 replies · 2,716+ views
    Denver Post ^ | Dec. 1, 2006 | Anne Mulkern
    Violence erupted at a Michigan law school Thursday when protestors tried to block a speech by Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo. Police were called after protestors pulled a fire alarm prior to the speech on immigration policies. There were at least three violent incidents with protestors targeting student backers of the event, Tancredo, R-Littleton, said today. "One was spit on, one was kicked, and one was punched," Tancredo said in an e-mail. "Tires were also slashed."
  • Student sues over 10-day suspension (Dim-Wit Principal Alert)

    12/06/2006 8:02:36 PM PST · by ChildOfThe60s · 41 replies · 1,315+ views
    The Charleston Gazette (by way of Fark) ^ | 12/6/06 | By Andrew Clevenger
    December 06, 2006 Student sues over 10-day suspension By Andrew Clevenger Staff writer Kids across America are warned to stay away from “nose candy” in anti-drug campaigns. But a Kanawha County student is fighting his suspension for pretending to put actual candy up his nose. According to a lawsuit filed in Kanawha Circuit Court Monday, a student-athlete at Sissonville High School was given Smarties candy as a reward for good academic performance. In front of his teacher and fellow classmates, the student pretended to put one of the small candy discs up his nose. Another student used his cell phone...
  • Schools Swarming With Saudi Students

    11/18/2006 5:23:26 AM PST · by theothercheek · 63 replies · 1,530+ views
    The Stiletto ^ | November 17, 2006 | The Stiletto
    Thanks to a joint education initiative by the US and Saudi governments, 10,936 Saudi students - a record number - are now enrolled at 733 colleges and universities in this country, with 3,000 more expected to arrive next semester. Nearly 87 percent of these students are studying at institutions of higher learning in just four states (California, Florida, Colorado and Virginia). So what are Americans supposed to get out of this educational exchange? Kumbaya, a professor tells The Washington Post: "At the government level, relations are strong. . . . But at the popular level, there's a huge amount of...
  • Gay Penguin Book Shakes Up Ill. School

    11/17/2006 3:29:42 AM PST · by rightwingintelligentsia · 71 replies · 2,226+ views
    AP on Verizon Central ^ | November 17, 2006 | Jim Suhr
    SHILOH, Ill. - A picture book about two male penguins raising a baby penguin is getting a chilly reception among some parents who worry about the book's availability to children - and the reluctance of school administrators to restrict access to it. The concerns are the latest involving "And Tango Makes Three," the illustrated children's book based on a true story of two male penguins in New York City's Central Park Zoo that adopted a fertilized egg and raised the chick as their own. Complaining about the book's homosexual undertones, some parents of Shiloh Elementary School students believe the book...
  • Student shot with Taser by UCPD officers (Commie Alert)

    11/16/2006 4:57:59 AM PST · by radar101 · 366 replies · 4,481+ views
    Daily Bruin ^ | November 15, 2006 | Lisa Connolly, Derek Lipkin and Saba Riazati,
    UCPD officers shot a student several times with a Taser inside the Powell Library CLICC computer lab late Tuesday night before taking him into custody. No university police officers were available to comment further about the incident as of 3 a.m. Wednesday, and no Community Service Officers who were on duty at the time could be reached. At around 11:30 p.m., CSOs asked a male student using a computer in the back of the room to leave when he was unable to produce a BruinCard during a random check. The student did not exit the building immediately. The CSOs left,...
  • Teacher's lesson: Ballot fraud is bad

    11/16/2006 12:17:08 PM PST · by em2vn · 21 replies · 967+ views
    obscure store ^ | 11-15-2006 | thomas tobin
    LARGO - A veteran Gibbs High School teacher with a long history of work troubles had falsified hundreds of student ballots in an attempt to get her niece elected homecoming queen in September. A wave of chuckles rose during Tuesday's School Board meeting, where Lerner and other board members were asked to approve a 25-day unpaid suspension for the teacher, Sharion Thurman, 56. So why not fire the teacher, who earns more than $50,000 a year? Her 20-year record includes numerous reprimands for poor judgment, insubordination and misconduct. Superintendent Clayton Wilcox said firing was an option. But he looked at...
  • Teacher Suspended: Showed Kids Abortion Film

    10/30/2006 5:46:15 AM PST · by paltz · 292 replies · 3,898+ views ^ | Oct 27, 2006 | Evan Bacon
    (CBS4) FT. LAUDERDALE An art teacher at a Fort Lauderdale charter school is facing indefinite suspension after showing a self-made documentary on ‘good and evil’ to a group of 10 and 11 year old students, featuring gory abortion scenes. Some students and parents complained, and the school objected, but teacher Marc Greenblum says he has no regrets in showing the graphic video. The film was shown approximately two weeks ago in Greenblum’s art class at the Downtown Academy of Technology and Arts, a charter school funded with tax dollars and under the oversight of the Broward County School Board. The...
  • Columbia Withdraws an Invitation to Ahmadinejad

    09/22/2006 4:08:36 AM PDT · by veronica · 23 replies · 1,339+ views
    NY Sun ^ | September 22, 2006 | ELIANA JOHNSON
    Overruling a prominent dean, the president of Columbia University, Lee Bollinger, yesterday withdrew an invitation to the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The dean of Columbia's school of international and public affairs, Lisa Anderson, had independently invited Mr. Ahmadinejad to speak at the World Leader's Forum, a year-long program that aims to unite "renowned intellectuals and cultural icons from many nations to examine global challenges and explore cultural perspectives." In a statement issued yesterday afternoon, Mr. Bollinger said he canceled Mr. Ahmadinejad's invitation because he couldn't be certain it would "reflect the academic values that are the hallmark of a University...
  • Art Show's Backers Hold Protest Rally (UNIVERSITY PULLS ART OF NJ COP KILLER, BOMBER)

    09/16/2006 8:22:05 PM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 34 replies · 1,311+ views
    PortlandPressHerald/MaineSundayTelegram ^ | Saturday, September 16, 2006 | By DAVID HENCH, Staff Writer
    Scores of students, activists and others marched through Portland on Friday carrying the reproduced artwork of the imprisoned radical Thomas Manning and scolding the University of Southern Maine for canceling an exhibit of his work. Staff photo by Gregory Rec David Bidler, Rebekah Yonan and Ryan Edwards hold works of art by Thomas W. Manning at the University of Southern Maine in Portland on Friday. About 100 people walked from USM to Congress Square with Manning's art to protest its removal from a USM gallery show last week. Manning is in prison for killing a New Jersey state trooper. Some...
  • 'Bioethicist': OK to Kill Babies after They're Born

    09/14/2006 4:31:48 AM PDT · by drpix · 25 replies · 842+ views ^ | September 14, 2006 | staff
    'Animal-rights' promoter asserts actual birth makes no difference An internationally known Princeton "bioethicist" and animal-rights activist says he'd kill disabled babies if it were in the "best interests" of the family, because he sees no distinction in the child's life whether it is born or not, and the world already allows abortion. The comments come from Peter Singer, a controversial bioethics professor, who responded to a series of questions in the UK Independent this week. Earlier, WND reported that Singer believes the next few decades will see a massive upheaval in the concept of life and rights, with only "a...
  • Kill The Christian (Mel Seesholtz, Pennslyvania's Ward Churchill Alert)

    09/12/2006 11:07:54 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 20 replies · 1,694+ views ^ | 09/13/06 | Joseph Farah
    It's been a while since the Romans made sport of feeding Christians to the lions, but there's a terrible new Colosseum-style feeding frenzy emerging – a new bloodlust for eliminating the plague of uppity Christians right here in the U.S. Mel Seesholtz You think I'm exaggerating? Take a look at what Mel Seesholtz, a Ph.D. and professor of English at Pennsylvania State University, offered up yesterday in the Online Journal, a website that boasts of being established in 1998 "to provide uncensored and accurate news, analysis and commentary." Seesholtz has his panties in a bunch over opposition by Christians in...
  • Princeton Professor Singer: And I repeat, I would kill Disabled Infants

    09/12/2006 4:28:08 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 150 replies · 3,536+ views
    LifeSiteNews | 9/12/06 | John-Henry Westen
    PRINCETON, September 12, 2006 ( - In a question and answer article published in the UK's Independent today, controversial Princeton University Professor Peter Singer repeats his notorious stand on the killing of disabled newborns.  Asked, "Would you kill a disabled baby?", Singer responded, "Yes, if that was in the best interests of the baby and of the family as a whole."People who oppose Singer's position have maintained that Singer is the logical extension of the culture of death and that society will eventually embrace his stance if there is no shift to the culture of life.  Alex Scadenberg, Executive...
  • Now "Professional Historians" Pressure ABC to Drop "The Path to 9/11"

    09/08/2006 10:10:21 PM PDT · by TaxachusettsMan · 304 replies · 4,991+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | September 8, 2006 | Rick Perlstein
    A group of leading American historians today sent the following letter to Mr. Robert Iger of ABC. Stressing the significance of the "traumatic" events of 9/11, the signers of this letter are calling on Mr. Iger to stand up for responsible media treatments of such important historical moments and withdraw the program from circulation. The growing list of signatories will be updated at The text of the letter follows. Dear Robert Iger: We write as professional historians, who are deeply concerned by the continuing reports about ABC's scheduled broadcast of "The Path to 9/11." These reports document that this...
  • Satan: Father's little helper?

    09/05/2006 8:51:22 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 6 replies · 289+ views
    Dallas Morning News ^ | September 2, 2006 | MANYA A. BRACHEAR
    For centuries, popular culture has treated Satan as God's nemesis – an angel consumed by pride and cast out of heaven to run his own evil empire. But Henry Ansgar Kelly says poor Satan has gotten a bad rap. For decades he has pleaded the devil's case, arguing that Satan is simply one of God's celestial agents with the dirty job of gauging humanity's virtue. While that job has made Satan cynical and jaded over time, Dr. Kelly said, it doesn't make him the mastermind of evil. "Christian tradition has laid a lot of blame on Satan for things they're...
  • Student Makes Mockery of Court Arranged Apology For Destroying Pro-Life Display

    09/05/2006 4:23:20 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 57 replies · 2,304+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 9/5/06 | Hilary White
    HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, September 5, 2006 ( – In May this year, a group of pro-life students at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) set up a display of white crosses to memorialize those children killed in the US by abortion. Such displays are popular with student groups as an affordable means of emphasizing the loss of life brought about by abortion, and are often vandalized by abortion supporters.True to form, a feminist professor incited a group of students to destroy the Northern Kentucky University display and its accompanying sign. Unlike Canada, however, the story at NKU has a happy ending for...
  • Author helped expose Canada terrorists

    06/05/2006 3:16:03 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 56 replies · 2,048+ views
    WND ^ | 6-5-06
    Williams worked with authorities on al-Qaida links When Canadian law enforcement authorities busted a Toronto terrorist plot with al-Qaida connections, they acted with the benefit of briefings and research developed by American investigator Paul L. Williams, author of the new WND Books release "Dunces of Doomsday: 10 Blunders that Gave Rise to Radical Islam." Canadian police last Friday arrested 17 suspected Islamic terrorists, mostly in Toronto, who were allegedly planning to unleash a string of attacks in Ontario in retaliation for the country's support of the U.S. in the War on Terror. Williams has long been investigating the link between...