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Confederate Flag Controversy? Spoonbread Festival 2017 to be held in Berea Kentucky

The Spoonbread Festival will return to Berea in September, but with new conditions regarding the display of the Confederate flag. Last year, the Berea Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously to cancel the 2016 Spoonbread Festival amid concerns over safety and controversy over the Confederate flag. “I know the citizens of Berea want Spoonbread to happen

Yates says Flynn could have been ‘blackmailed,’ Clapper knocks collusion narrative

President Trump’s ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn took more hits at a Senate hearing Monday where former top Justice official Sally Yates testified she warned the Trump White House that Flynn could “essentially be blackmailed” by Moscow for having misled the VP about his Russia contacts.  At the same hearing, testimony from another Obama

Trump calls out Rice for refusal to testify to Congress

President Trump on Thursday called out Susan Rice for refusing to testify before a Senate committee investigating both Russian meddling in the 2016 election and allegations of Obama-era spying on Team Trump. “Susan Rice, the former National Security Advisor to President Obama, is refusing to testify before a Senate Subcommittee next week on allegations of

A Road Map for Dealing With Campus Radicals

Mona Charen, Jonathan Haidt is a member of one of America’s smallest fraternities — those who attempt to see beyond their own prejudices. In the left-leaning Chronicle of Higher Education, he notes that “intimidation is the new normal” on college campuses. The examples are well-known: The shout-down/shutdown of Heather Mac Donald at Claremont McKenna College;