Conservative commentator Ann Coulter’s April 27th appearance at the University of California in Berkeley was cancelled by the school, citing security concerns. She said she will deliver her speech at the school despite the ban. The group that invited Coulter believes she was banned because she demanded that UC Chancellor Janet Napolitano ask the Oakland police chief not to order his officers to stand-down if unrest ensued. Coulter also says that the school should warn students that violence and heckling will result in expulsion from school. Coulter says: “This is as clear-cut a case as it gets that public universities are using taxpayer dollars to shut down conservative speech, while allowing liberal speech only.” In a similar case this week, a federal judge in Alabama overruled Auburn University after it tried to ban Richard Spencer, a white nationalist, from speaking. –GEG
“…Coulter had agreed to a number of demands by the university — such as the speech would be delivered in the afternoon and only be open to students — while offering her own requests to be upheld by the university.
1) That the University of California chancellor request that the Oakland chief of police refrain from telling his men to stand down and ignore law-breaking by rioters attempting to shut down conservative speakers, as he has done in the past; and
2) That UC-Berkeley announce in advance that any students engaging in violence, mayhem or heckling to prevent an invited speaker from speaking would be expelled.
Police Order Unmasking Of Antifa Troublemakers At Richard Spencer Speech
A federal judge ruled against Auburn University’s ban against Alt-Right, white nationalist speaker, Richard Spencer, and police broke up a brawl over his appearance on campus. Police ordered Antifa members to unmask before being allowed to enter the event.
New York Times Executive Editor, Dean Baquet, instructed everyone to be alert to ways to shift the anti-Trump-news narrative from Russia Collusion to racism. He said, “…race in the next year is going to be a huge part of the American story.”
President Trump re-tweeted a comment by conservative talk show host Wayne Root, a Zionist, who said: This is the greatest president for Jews and for Israel in the history of the world. And the Jewish people love him like he is the King of Israel. They love him like he is the second coming of God”.
The ADL organized the ‘After Charlottesville Project’ initiative aimed at combating “online extremism” that receives funding from Charles Koch and the George Soros Charitable Foundation. Both progressive and “conservative” elites hold the common goal of removing free speech.
Socialist Bernie Sanders’ plan for a Green New Deal will cost $16 trillion, which amounts to $50,000 for each man, woman and child in America. Sanders’ plan promises to create 20 million jobs and reach 100% renewable energy for electricity and transportation by no later than 2030.
Ivanka reportedly spoke to a group of GOP donors about women’s empowerment and said the White House is focusing on “background checks,” “culture shift,” “mental health” and “red flag laws.” Hillary couldn’t have said it better.
Tim Donnelly says the elite in Mexico have nullified the Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago of 1846 and now accuse America of stealing the southwest, which they say is really still part of Mexico, and they support a silent invasion by immigration.
Former NBC News reporter Mary Emily O’Hara says she “had exclusive interviews with medics who said state police forced them to stop working on [Heather Heyer] after the crash” — and they believed that they could have saver otherwise. Her news story was “canceled” by her employer.
Water fluoridation is supplied to about 66% of US residents, 38% of Canadian residents, and 3% of European residents. The researchers found that for every 1 mg/L average increase in fluoride intake by a mother, there was a 3.7-point drop in the child’s IQ.
Epstein signed a new will, with assets valued at $577 million, just two days before his alleged suicide. He appointed two of his long-term attorneys, Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn, as executors. Epstein’s assets were reportedly placed in a trust, which may make it difficult for his victims to collect damages.
For example, in Chicago, police terminated stop-and-frisk encounters in late 2015, and murders increased by 58% by the end of 2016. An astounding 239 additional murders were attributed to the police withdrawal.
Markopolos’ report indicates that GE is locked into $38-billion in future expenses that it has not disclosed, which is over 40% of the company’s market capitalization. The company says the report itself is fraud because it was designed to plunge the price of GE stock so insiders could buy cheap and sell high later.
The Born Alive Protection Act would require that babies born alive following botched abortion receive medical care to save them, but the bill is opposed by Democrats in the House and Senate.
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Ten Days at Jekyll Island, a novel by Patrea Patrick, tells the true story of a secret meeting held in November of 1910 on a privately owned resort island, the outcome of which drastically changed the world. It was at this meeting that a banking cartel was forged; a cartel that, three years later, would be issued a government charter to do business as The United States Federal Reserve System. You will discover why secrecy was essential. Based on historical documentation from The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. (More)
Offline is a documentary on the inevitability of the Earth being slammed by a mega solar flare – not the common type that interrupts communications and creates a light show in the Northern skies – but the big brothers thousands of times more powerful. These monsters deliver enough energy to blow apart the master transformers that supply the planet’s energy grids. When that happens, the lights go out for longer than anyone wants to think about. These X-Class solar storms hit the Earth every 150 years, on average. The last one arrived 156 years ago. We are overdue (More)
A California judge ruled that Twitter can be sued for advertising free speech and then banning users with whom they disagree. Twitter has frequently promised not to ban accounts on the basis of viewpoint or political affiliation, but it has frequently violated this promise, especially targeting conservatives. Twitter lost its argument that it has a first amendment right to ban whoever it likes from its platform, for whatever reason, and the case will move forward to set a precedent for social media.
Paul Romano documents the purging of truth-community videos from YouTube and Facebook, because the controllers want to prevent people from questioning mainstream propaganda. Google is adjusting its search engine to make sure that certain words are difficult to find or show only negative comments when a search is made. Romano concludes that this is a sign that a major contrived event is planned, and the controllers do not want any coverage on the Internet that questions the official narrative. [Orwell’s 1984 has arrived.]
The Berkeley City Council unanimously voted in a plan for climate regulations and put on record their desire to “humanely stabilize population”, a euphemism for depopulation, which is the ultimate goal of Agenda 21. The city urges surrounding municipalities and the state of California to buy into its hysteria and to impose harsh regulations that will affect energy, building, the electricity grid and transportation.