I am stunned that The New York Times published this

Amazing! Why I Bring My Gun to School by Antonia Okafor | July 24, 2017 It was my first year as a public policy graduate student at the University of Texas, Dallas, and I was taking all my classes at night so I could work during the day. Every evening, after class got out around …

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Freedom of speech? What freedom of speech? The first step toward criminalizing speech

From The New York Times: When Is Speech Violence? By Lisa Feldman Barrett | July 14, 2017 Imagine that a bully threatens to punch you in the face. A week later, he walks up to you and breaks your nose with his fist. Which is more harmful: the punch or the threat? The answer might …

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How can we trust CNN’s reporting on President Trump?

I have previously referred to CNN as having gone all-anti-Trump, all-the-time, and while this video doesn’t confirm that, the surreptitious video of CNN New Day associate producer Jimmy Carr tells us that “90%” of his co-workers agree that President Trump is “a clown,” is “hilariously unqualified” to be President, is “really bad” at his job …

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A Democrat tells the truth about how he feels.

From The Washington Post: ‘I’m glad he got shot’: Nebraska Democrat caught on tape criticizing Rep. Steve Scalise By Herman Wong | June 23 at 5:48 PM A Nebraska Democratic official has been removed from his chairman post after recordings emerged in which he said he was glad that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot …

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Tainting the jury pool After Judge Steven O’Neill’s ruling, how can an impartial jury ever be found?

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Report: 10 of 12 Cosby jurors wanted to convict by Laura McCrystal & Jeremy Roebuck | Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writers | Updated: June 21, 2017 — 9:52 PM EDT Acting on a petition from media organizations, a Montgomery County judge on Wednesday unsealed the names of the jurors at Bill Cosby’s …

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Is Bernie Sanders responsible for James Hodgkinson? Using his own, stated standards, he must be!

By my standards, no: James Hodgkinson was simply loony tunes, a man who had trouble controlling his temper, coupled with the sore loser attitude among today’s American left. He had some ‘encounters’ with law enforcement due to his temper, but was never convicted of any crimes over them. But what about by Senator Sanders’ standards? …

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A (surprisingly) fair article from The New York Times It must've been a mistake!

I was shocked! Small Businesses Cheer ‘New Sheriff in Town’ After Climate Pact Exit By Landon Thomas Jr | June 2, 2017 As news that President Trump was pulling out of the Paris climate accord hit at a luncheon for small-business owners in Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday, an already happy crowd suddenly turned euphoric. “It …

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CNN’s hit piece on Don McGahn

There are times I wonder if CNN has taken the editorial decision to go All Anti-Trump, All the Time, the way they did with the O J Simpson trial last century. This morning’s hit piece was on White House counsel Don McGahn. The lovely and leggy Alisyn Camerota, so reliably conservative when she was an …

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It takes a Chinese student to teach the #snowflakes about freedom of speech

From The Washington Post: A Chinese student praised the ‘fresh air of free speech’ at a U.S. college. Then came the backlash. By Simon Denyer and Congcong Zhang | May 23 at 1:03 PM BEIJING — When Yang Shuping spoke Sunday of her eternal gratitude to the University of Maryland for teaching her about “free …

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The unreality based community

From National Review: Chelsea Manning and the Problem with Pronouns By David French | May 19, 2017 | 3:26 PM EDT Intolerance of disagreement in the debate over transgender issues begins to creep into law. Yesterday trans Twitter got very, very angry with me. I wrote a Corner post about Chelsea Manning’s release from prison, …

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