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Mainstream Media Hides Antifa’s Death Threats Against Republicans at Party

Youtube is protecting the violent left by removing a video of Antifa yelling threats: “The revolution has come, it’s time to pick up a gun,” and “You want a red pill, how about a lead pill.” The far left is now making open calls for violence and murder, and mainstream media refuses to report on it. Why? It’s obvious. Mainstream media and and far left are one and the same.] -GEG

Watch the banned video at this link.

Today far left activists are making open calls to murder conservatives.

This story gets no press.

And conservative leaders mostly ignore this violence against their supporters.

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Transgender Boy Wins Wrestling Championship in Girls Division

Texas: A transgender girl, who is transitioning to a boy, beat a normal girl in a girls’ wrestling match. The transgender high-school student is taking steroids to change gender, which also increases muscle strength and gives a competitive edge. Mark Stein, interviewed by Tucker Carlson, provides a thought-provoking analysis of the not-so obvious consequences of the transgender trend. -GEG




Arizona Funds ‘Freedom Schools’ to Counter Liberal Marxism Run Amok in Colleges and Universities

Arizona colleges and universities are implementing new academic programs, funded by the state, that are designed to broaden intellectual diversity by examining the importance of Western culture and America’s founding, instead of simply criticizing it to create opposition. [Sounds like a long-overdue change, but we cannot help wondering why such a program requires special funding. Isn’t that something the universities can do with present funding anytime they really want to? Is this merely an excuse for more tax money under the banner of patriotism? This needs to be watched very closely to see what the money actually is used for.] -GEG

  • Arizona lawmakers have allocated millions of dollars to create so-called “freedom schools” at public universities that focus on the importance of Western culture and free markets.
  • Supporters say the effort is necessary to restore intellectual diversity on campus, arguing that conservative beliefs are generally overlooked by liberal professors.

Arizona colleges and universities are implementing new academic programs designed to broaden intellectual diversity by examining the importance of Western culture and America’s founding.

According to The New York Times, the new initiatives, referred to by some as “freedom schools,” are backed by Arizona’s GOP lawmakers and funded by the state.

“It’s a big deal to those of us who feel very strongly about a more conservative education.”   

Arizona State University describes its School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership as a “new kind of program” that “looks beyond time and borders to explore the fundamental questions of life, freedom, and governance.”

The school explains that the new initiative “looks inward to the guiding principles of America’s founders and the leaders who have inspired us,” while also seeking to combine “classic works and altruistic statesmanship to develop a new kind of leader: trained in critical thought, humble about human imperfection, and ready for anything.”

Last weekend, ASU’s newly-funded school hosted a conference that welcomed students and faculty to discuss “the meaning of the First Amendment on college campuses and free inquiry and intellectual diversity in higher education.”

The conference included lectures by various experts from across the country and panels on free expression, diversity, and challenges in higher education. Other events addressed topics on “Negotiating Controversial Speakers on Campus,” “Freedom of Speech and Thought on Campus: What Role for the First Amendment?” and “State Legislative Remedies to Free Speech Challenges on Campus: Are They Consistent with Academic Freedom?”

[RELATED: CA college no longer requiring permission for free speech]

Alongside ASU’s School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, The University of Arizona has also launched a new academic project called the “Department of Political Economy and Moral Science.”

According to the school’s website, the new department was approved last October and will teach a variety of courses relating to Political Science, Philosophy, Economics, and Law.

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Trump Endorses Gun Confiscation without Due Process

President Donald Trump shocked guns-rights advocates by saying that, when people are thought to be mentally unstable, guns should be taken early, without a court order because that takes too long: “Take the guns first, go through due process second.” Judge Napolitano says that gun owners will no longer support Trump because of this. He explains that judges are on-call and must be available in two and a half hours in extreme mental-illness cases, so court action and due-process would not be a serious obstacle to public safety. -GEG

Update: US Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE). a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, issued the following statement regarding President Trump’s comments today on due process and the Second Amendment:

Strong leaders don’t automatically agree with the last thing that was said to them. We have the Second and due process of low for a reason.

We’re not ditching any Constitutional protections simply because the last person the President talked to today doesn’t like them.

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President Trump told a group of lawmakers that they must do something to keep guns away from mentally ill individuals – even if that means raising the minimum age for rifle ownership to 21, Bloomberg reports.

His remarks appeared to contradict a CNN report from earlier in the week, which quoted anonymous White House aides saying Trump would soon walk back his support for raising the age limit.

But on Wednesday, in what the New York Times characterized as a “shocking” break with his Republican Congressional allies, Trump told lawmakers during a televised meeting in the Cabinet Room that easing gun owners’ ability to carry concealed weapons across state lines, a provision of the House-passed gun bill and the NRA’s top legislative priority, should be part of a separate bill, a strategy favored by Democrats. The House bill combining background check provisions with the loosening of concealed carry rules has stalled in the Senate after passing the House. Instead, Trump said he supports the proposal from Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Pat Toomey, R-Pa., which he says is best positioned to pass. Sen. Amy Klobuchar agreed that the Manchin-Toomey bill is a “good place to start.”

“It would be so beautiful to have one bill that everyone could support,” Mr. Trump said as Senator Dianne Feinstein, Democrat of California, sat smiling to his left. “It’s time that a president stepped up.”

Per the Times, Trump repeatedly suggested that the dynamics surrounding the gun control debate had shifted, in part, because of his presence in the Oval Office – a remark that earned him cheers from Democrats.

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‘And the Oscar for the Biggest Pedophile Goes to…’


Street artist, Sabo, placed three large billboards in Hollywood that called out Hollywood stars who kept silent about sexual exploitation in the industry. The signs were in the style of the Oscar-nominated movie, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, in which a grieving mother used billboards to criticized the local police chief for failure to pursue an investigation of the rape and murder of her daughter. The Hollywood billboard captions read: “And the Oscar for the Biggest Pedophile Goes To…,” “We All Knew, and Still No Arrests” and “Name Names on Stage Or Shut the Hell Up.”  The messages were removed from the signs late Wednesday morning after they were discovered and made national news. -GEG

Street artist known as Sabo is trolling celebrities ahead of Sunday’s Academy Awards, erecting three billboards that send searing messages to a town whose most powerful men have been accused of decades of sexual abuse.

Photos of the three billboards, which are a play on the Oscar-nominated drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, emerged online on Wednesday, just days before hundreds of stars show up to celebrate themselves on Hollywood’s biggest night.

“And the Oscar for biggest pedophile goes to…” reads one of the near-fifty-foot signs.

Street artist Sabo erects billboards over Hollywood ahead of the Academy Awards.

“We all knew and still no arrests,” another billboard reads.

 “Name names on stage or shut the hell up!” another says, sending a message to the many celebrities expected to urge support for the #MeToo and Time’s Up anti-sexual harassment movements on the red carpet and from the stage.

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