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Fashionable Bigotry

Mike Adams, Since my last column on academic hypocrisy several readers have written to express the view that intolerance toward conservative Christians is the only form of intolerance that academics are willing to tolerate. Such a view seems reasonable at first glance. Upon further reflection it misses the mark. Tolerance presupposes a) a moral judgment

Antifa Fail: Near-empty protest sites across America…

Matthew Vadum, Means the anti-Trump Resistance’s so-called revolution will have to wait for another day. The millions of rabid Trump-haters that the George Soros-linked group Refuse Fascism hoped would show up Saturday in cities across America to drive the duly elected president and vice president of the United States from office must have had other

Can College Students Learn to Disagree?

Mitchell Langbert, The importance of contrasting ideology with prudence. Recently, conservative author Ann Coulter canceled a speech at UC Berkeley because of Berkeley’s ham-handed response to radical students’ threats.  In February, Berkeley had been the scene of violent riots that prevented a Breitbart News editor, Milo Yiannopoulos, from speaking.  Berkeley is the nation’s leading public university, according

North Korea’s Nuclear Test Site Seems Ready, U.S. Institute Says

North Korea’s nuclear test site appears “primed and ready” to conduct a trial, according to analysis by a U.S. research institute. Commercial satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri site from April 12 shows continued activity around the north portal, new activity in the main administrative area, and a few personnel around the site’s command center, analysts

Benjamin Crump: TV’s Rising Fake News Star

Michelle Malkin, He’s the new Al Sharpton on steroids — and he’s coming to a TV near you. Benjamin Crump, camera-lovin’ lawyer for the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, rocketed to fame perpetuating the “Hands up, don’t shoot” lie. Never mind that even the left-wing Obama Justice Department concluded that the 22 witnesses

Newt Gingrich: Health reform, The road ahead

Newt Gingrich, Friday’s decision to pull the House Republican health reform bill was not the end of health reform. In fact, it may have been the best step toward actually achieving real health care reform — if congressional leaders learn from the experience. The Republican congressional leadership erred because they decided to repeal and replace

White House stands ground after Russia probe confirmed, says no ‘collusion’

The White House stood its ground Monday after FBI Director James Comey confirmed the bureau is probing possible “links” between the Russian government and Trump campaign associates, and knocked down President Trump’s claim that his predecessor wiretapped him. Press Secretary Sean Spicer, in response, maintained there’s “no evidence” of collusion with Russia – and said

Trump calls for congressional probe into possible wire tapping of his campaign

The White House on Sunday called for congressional investigations into the Obama administration potentially conspiring with Russia in the 2016 election cycle to defeat then-Republican nominee Donald Trump. “Reports concerning potentially politically motivated investigations immediately ahead of the 2016 election are very troubling,” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in the statement.   “President