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NYC Terrorist Attacker Entered US Through ‘Diversity Visa Lottery’ Program, Trump Vows To End ‘This Craziness’

  Trump Calls For Death Of ‘Diversity Visa Lottery’ Program After NYC Terrorist Attack Ryan Pickrell China/Asia Pacific Reporter President Donald Trump slammed Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer early Wednesday for his role in launching the program that reportedly allowed an extremist onto American soil. Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, a 29-year-old green card holder from Uzbekistan, mowed down pedestrians in a rented van Tuesday before crashing into a school bus. He then exited the vehicle brandishing imitation firearms and shouting “Allahu Ackbar.” The young extremist, who authorities suspect may have swornRead More


University of Illinois Math Professor Claims Algebra And Geometry Promote ‘White Privilege’

  Professor Claims Math, Algebra And Geometry Promote ‘White Privilege’ Ian Miles Cheong Contributor A University of Illinois math professor believes that algebra and geometry perpetuate “white privilege” because Greek terms give Caucasians unearned credit for the subject. But that isn’t the professor’s only complaint. She also believes that evaluations for math proficiency perpetuates discrimination against minority students, if they do worse than their white counterparts. Rochelle Gutierrez argues in a newly published math education book for teachers that they must be aware of the identity politics surrounding the subjectRead More


Secret Service Lowered Standards In Pursuit Of Diversity

  Former Agent: Secret Service Lowered Standards In Pursuit Of Diversity Derek Hunter Contributor As the U.S. Secret Service sought greater diversity in its ranks, the agency lowered its standards, former agent Dan Bongino says in a new book on the inner workings of the government agency assigned to protect the President of the United States. This accusation has led to a war of words between the former agent and the agency he used to work for. The lowering of standards has been ongoing since at least “the early 2000s,”Read More


The Self-Righteous Enforcers Of Political Correctness Attack Free Speech

  The Self-Righteous Enforcers Of Political Correctness Scott Greer Deputy Editor Monday wasn’t a good day for free speech. Google fired a senior engineer for writing a lengthy memo criticizing the lack of thought diversity at the company and overbearing political correctness. The termination initiated heated debate over free speech, with many seeing Google’s action as a disturbing infringement on their employees’ ability to speak their mind. In a less noticed episode from Monday, seriously unfunny comedian Chelsea Handler tweeted out her desire for the arrest of all Americans whoRead More


What Happens When The Races Are Reversed In A Police Shooting?

  What Happens When The Races Are Reversed In A Police Shooting Scott Greer Deputy Editor One cop is finally receiving support from the press and political leaders after being at the center of another high-profile police shooting. Last weekend, an Australian woman, Justine Damond, called police to report an alleged assault that was occurring near her home in Minneapolis. But when police arrived on the scene, Damond ended up becoming the victim of an officer’s bullet. While there are many questions still lingering about the shooting, the initial detailsRead More


San Francisco Transit Withholds Surveillance Tapes Of Robbery And Assaults To Avoid Creating Racial ‘Stereotypes’

  San Francisco Transit Withholds Surveillance Tapes To Avoid Creating Racial ‘Stereotypes’ Ian MIles Cheong The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in San Francisco and Oakland has been withholding video evidence of crimes committed on trains and at stations perpetrated by groups of teenagers, it has been revealed. According to CBS Local, dozens of teenagers committed large-scale acts of robbery and assaults in the months of April and June. In April, “forty to sixty” teenagers boarded a train at Coliseum stop, where they proceeded to rob seven passengers andRead More


Supreme Court Ruling Ensures Redskins Will Prevail In Mascot Controversy

  Supreme Court Axes Law Banning Disparaging Trademarks Kevin Daley Legal Affairs Reporter The Supreme Court struck down a federal law banning the registration of disparaging trademarks Monday, finding the law violates the First Amendment’s free speech clause. The ruling, written by Justice Samuel Alito, says that trademarks are private, not government speech, and that the government may not curtail even offensive expression. “Holding that the registration of a trademark converts the mark into government speech would constitute a huge and dangerous extension of the government-speech doctrine, for other systemsRead More


St. Louis Cardinals Stand Their Ground Against LGBTQ Outcry Over ‘Christian Day’ Speaker

St. Louis Cardinals Resist LGBTQ Outcry Over ‘Christian Day’ Joshua Gill The St. Louis Cardinals resolved to host Lance Berkman as their “Christian Day” speaker, despite outcry from the LGBTQ community. St. Louis Pride, an LGBTQ organization, protested the Cardinals’ decision to host Berkman and demanded that the Cardinals cancel his appearance at their annual Christian Day, a post-game event where a public figure, usually a former player as in Berkman’s case, speaks about how Christianity has affected their life. Berkman drew criticism from the LGBTQ community in 2015 andRead More


From the Land of Ridiculous: Muslim Man Sues Little Caesars For $100 MILLION Over Pepperoni

Muslim Man Sues Little Caesars For $100 MILLION Over Pork Pepperoni Eric Owens Education Editor A Muslim man in Michigan has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Little Caesars because, the man says, he received and consumed pizza laced with pork pepperoni. Mohamad Bazzi is the plaintiff in the mega-dollar lawsuit, reports The Detroit Free Press. Bazzi, 32, claims that he specifically ordered halal pepperoni pizza on two separate occasions from a Little Caesars in Dearborn but received delicious pork pepperoni instead. Both pizza boxes he received were labeled “halal,”Read More


US Embassy In Belgium Grants $200K To Promote ‘Positive Narratives’ About Refugees In Europe

US Allots $200K In Europe To Promote ‘Positive Narratives’ About Refugees Alex Pfeiffer Reporter A grant from the U.S. embassy in Belgium designates $200,000 for a group to promote positive narratives about refugees and immigrants in Europe. The grant aims to use digital platforms to help integrate immigrants and counter violent extremism. It was announced on May 12 and applications for the year-long grant can be submitted until May 29. Non-government or non-profit groups have to achieve at least one or more of the grant’s objectives. These are: “counter narrative,Read More