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California Student Goes OFF THE RAILS At Anti-Communism Display [VIDEO]

Samta Clara snowflake goes nuts on Turning Point USA table

  by Rob Shimshock Conservative students at a California university had their anti-socialism display vandalized, according to photos and videos obtained Monday. Santa Clara University’s Turning Point USA chapter set up a table Thursday, as well as 1,000 flags representing 20th-century victims of socialism and communism, according to media and comment obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation. The group had one ...

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A Wannabe Assassin And Self-Described Pedophile Is Running For Congress — Who’s To Blame?

Nathan Larson

by Anders Hagstrom A self-described pedophile and rapist who was imprisoned for threatening to assassinate the President of the United States is running for Congress, and The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Anders Hagstrom will tell you who’s to blame. Nathan Larson is the candidate, running in Virginia, and Democratic ex-Governor Terry McAuliffe is the man who allowed him to run ...

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Women’s March Leader Slams U.S. Government For Providing Aid To Israel

  by Peter Hasson Women’s March leader Tamika Mallory on Friday slammed the United States government for providing aid to Israel. While speaking at an event hosted by the progressive Center for Constitutional Rights, Mallory claimed that Israel’s founding in 1948 amounted to a “human rights crime.” “My soul would not rest, standing by and doing nothing about it, to know ...

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YouTube Restricts ‘Offensive’ Fast Food Review

Youtube offensive restriction

  by Kyle Perisic YouTube has placed a video review of a fast food chicken product in restricted mode and added a disclaimer before the video that it might be offensive to audiences. The video, titled “Checking Out Popeyes New Rip’n Chick’n!” is a benign positive review of Popeye’s new “‘Rip’n Chick’n” product. There’s no swearing or offensive imagery. The video ...

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China Warns The US Will Not See Any Changes On Trade If Trump Pushes Ahead With Tariffs


  by Ryan Pickrell China will not yield any ground or make any concessions on trade if the U.S. decides to implement President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs, a Chinese statement carried by state media suggested Sunday. U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross arrived in Beijing Saturday for trade negotiations amid rising tensions between the U.S. and China. The Chinese delegation issued ...

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School’s Out But Microaggression Workshops Are Still In

  by Rob Shimshock School is out for many U.S. colleges and universities, but the institutions are still hosting microaggression workshops over the summer. While no longer holding classes, schools from Massachusetts to California are still hosting social justice-themed seminars. “This workshop will examine ways in which microaggressions particularly impact women of all races and ethnicities, faculty and staff of color, and LGBT faculty ...

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New Docs Reveal Hefty Taxpayer Costs Associated With Boulder’s Climate Lawsuits

  by Chris White Colorado taxpayers could be on the hook for a sizable chunk of change if Boulder city’s climate lawsuit against various oil companies fails in the courts, according to a report Saturday from Western Wire. Boulder County signed a contingent fee agreement with Hannon Law Firm and a pro bono retainer agreement with the non-profit organization Earth Rights International ...

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Fragile Truce In Gaza Breaks As Palestinian Militants Fire Rockets At Israel

  by Will Racke Palestinian fighters launched at least two rockets from the Gaza Strip at Israel on Saturday, the Israeli military announced, breaking a de-facto truce that both sides had been observing since a heavy exchange of fire in late May. Residents in southern Israel reported hearing explosions shortly after warning sirens activated, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported. One of ...

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Google Withdraws As Host Of Democratic Fundraising Event

  by Eric Lieberman Google was set to rent out its D.C. headquarters to a progressive group running a fundraiser for top Senate Democrats but canceled it Friday just days before. The group “Run For Something” cultivates up-and-coming Democrats for all levels of government. Its event, “Party For Something,” was supposed to occur June 6 at a location only disclosed ...

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Nancy Pelosi Doesn’t Think Lower Unemployment, More Jobs Is A Good Thing

  by Robert Donachie House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi doesn’t think Friday’s stellar jobs report is a good thing because it happened under Republican control of the White House and Congress. “May’s jobs report shows that strong employment numbers mean little to the families hit with soaring new costs under the Republicans’ watch,” Pelosi wrote in a statement to supporters ...

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Record Number Of Small Businesses Are Raising Wages Amid Tight Labor Market

economy going up

  by Will Racke A greater share of small companies in the U.S. are raising wages than at any time in the past three decades, according to a survey released Thursday from the nation’s biggest independent business association. A seasonally adjusted 35 percent of small business owners reported they have increased labor compensation in order to recruit new employees or retain ...

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Trump’s Tariffs At Work: Solar Company Plans New Factory In Georgia

  by Jason Hopkins A foreign solar panel company is building a manufacturing facility in the U.S., marking the latest boost in the industry since President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on imported solar equipment. The White House’s recently enacted tariffs on solar panels appear to be working. Hanwha Q Cells Korea Corporation — a Korea-based manufacturer of photovoltaic materials — will be opening ...

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