Impeachment markup heats up as Dems invoke MLK

Nadler says ‘we cannot rely on an election’ to oust Trump. The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday night began the first phase of a fiery “markup” process for the two articles of impeachment against President Trump that they have settled on, barreling toward a final floor vote even as moderate Democrats in GOP-leaning districts have…

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Trump Pushes Back Against Campus Anti-Semitism

Robert Spencer, Pro-Palestinian thuggery on campus finally gets a rebuke. President Trump made history again on Wednesday, when he signed an executive order authorizing the Department of Education to act against anti-Semitism on American college and university campuses, and making it clear that Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, prohibiting discrimination based…

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A Timeless Warning from William F. Buckley, Jr.

Jerry Newcombe, How politically diverse is the Yale faculty today? According to an article by James Freeman in the Wall Street Journal: “0%.” He notes, “Nobody looks to the Ivy League for balanced political discourse. But a new report suggests that on at least one campus, the stifling of conservative views among faculty members is nearly complete.”…

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Truth On Campus Is Painful, But Compassionate

Kristan Hawkins, Unless you live under a rock, you’ve witnessed a cultural transformation wherein people describe themselves in terms of how they “identify.” It’s common to hear men say they “identify as a woman” or in some extreme cases to hear a Caucasian person identify as black. However, no amount of identifying as a woman…

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John Kerry Goes From Hanoi to New Hampshire

Daniel Greenfield, What really brought Kerry to campaign for Biden? There were three things 2019 didn’t need, but got anyway: Greta Thunberg, typhus, and John Kerry. It wasn’t all that long ago that John Forbes Kerry had paddled his girly bike into the sunset. After being humiliated by Iran, Russia, and any other country that…

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