Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns from Breitbart after Scandal

Milo Yiannopoulos

Following the pedophilia scandal that broke over the weekend following his appointment as keynote speaker at CPAC 2017, Milo Yiannopoulos just resigned from his Breitbart position today. The resignation marks the third in a series of events following the illumination of previous interviews including the loss of his speaking position as well as his Simon & Schuster book deal. In a statement released a few moments ago, […]

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Florida: Bill Filed to Insert Religion into Public Schools

Religion in public schools may bcome law thanks to Kim Daniels and Dennis Baxley

Legislation filed by state lawmakers would allow the insertion of religious beliefs into public classrooms across the state of Florida.  House Bill 303 and it’s companion bill Senate Bill 436 – known collectively as the “Florida Student and School Personnel Religious Liberties Act” – would prohibit Florida public school districts “from discriminating against students, parents, & school personnel on basis of religious viewpoints or expression.” As […]

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MI Republican Calls for “Another Kent State” Over UC-Berkeley Protest

Dan Adamini Kent State

After a handful of masked rioters interrupted a massive peaceful protest at UC-Berkeley over Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos’ scheduled speech, the university listened to their student populace and cancelled the speech for safety reasons. Now a Michigan GOP lawmaker is calling for “another Kent State” to use bullets to stop protesters – or, as he called it, “thuggery.” Marquette County Republican Party secretary and former Chair […]

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Kellyanne Conway Threatens Press For Criticizing Trump

Kellyanne Conway threatens free press

On Fox News Sunday White House counselor Kellyanne Conway threatened free press for their ongoing criticism of Donald Trump. Saying media empires should “get rid of these people” for daring to criticize the White House, Conway chillingly said she has a list of names. The assault on free press began when Chris Wallace asked Conway about Steve Bannon’s equally disturbing remarks last week in […]

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‘By Any Means Necessary’: The Indiana Anti-Protester Bill

Indiana Senator Jim Tomes proposed SB 285 to break up protests by any means necessary

A bill introduce to the Indiana legislature seeks to curb citizens’ First Amendment right to assemble in peaceful protest. SB 285 – introduced by state Sen. Jim Tomes (R) – “[r]equires a responsible public official to, not later than 15 minutes after the responsible public official learns of a mass traffic obstruction, dispatch all available law enforcement personnel with instructions to clear the roads of […]

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Arizona Bill Would Ban Social Justice Discussion on Campuses

Arizona Bill by Bob Thorpe Would Ban Social Justice Discussion on Campuses

A bill proposed by state lawmaker Rep. Bob Thorpe (R) would outlaw all discussion of social justice topics on all campuses across Arizona. The legislation – HB2120 – specifically targets the concept of privilege while broadly banning classes, events and activities from engaging in productive discussions about race, ethnicity and other factors driving economic and political disparities. According to the bill: 15-112.  Prohibited courses, classes, events and activities; […]

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Trump Attacks Free Press During Press Conference

In attacking and blacklisting CNN, Donald Trump launched an assault on free press

In what was already a highly unorthodox press conference this morning President Elect Donald Trump launched an attack on constitutional free press by not only assailing the credibility of a news organization that published a critical piece about him, but repeatedly refusing to take a question from that organization for the duration of his press conference. During his press conference Trump addressed […]

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Free Speech vs. Hate Speech: There’s a Difference

I’ve written about this before, but not so prominently as today: there is a clear cut difference between our First Amendment right to free speech and hate speech. Free speech seeks to enlighten, educate, and at times offend sensibilities with the purpose to get people to think and debate. Free speech, especially in protests, always seeks to address the issue which […]

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Boca Raton Secular Displays Vandalized Yet Again

Boca Raton Secular Displays Vandalized Yet Again

Two secular displays in Boca Raton, Florida came under attack for the eighth time (since the beginning of December 2016) over the three day New Years weekend. Despite an ongoing police investigation relating to the previous attacks on the displays, one or more persons attempted to destroy the displays placed in Sanborn Square Park. CBS 12 reported on the newest incident:  It’s […]

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