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Jesse Watters: Comparing Parkland shooting victim dropped by Harvard to shooter is 'irresponsible'

Fox News (Politics) - 58 min 44 sec ago
Fox News' Jesse Watters criticized a critic of Parkland Shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv who compared the student to the very shooter that killed his classmates but defended Harvard's choice to drop Kashuv saying the young man must "face the consequences."

Trump tells Fox News DOJ looking into whether his phone calls were monitored

Fox News (Politics) - 1 hour 6 sec ago
One day after formally launching his 2020 presidential bid, President Trump told Fox News' "Hannity" exclusively on Wednesday that investigators are working to determine whether his personal phone calls were secretly monitored by U.S. intelligence agencies during the 2016 campaign -- a possibility he called "the ultimate."

Gingrich: Trump wants to 'keep America great,' some Dems 'want to keep America weak'

Fox News (Politics) - 1 hour 5 min ago
President Trump's choice of campaign slogan for his 2020 re-election bid was spot on, according to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

Nicole Malliotakis: NY's illegal immigrant drivers' license law applies 'double standard' to citizens

Fox News (Politics) - 1 hour 14 min ago
New York's new law granting drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants applies a double standard to citizens, a state Republican lawmaker told Fox News Wednesday.

Planned Parenthood plans to defy Missouri law, endangering state's last abortion clinic, report says

Fox News (Politics) - 1 hour 28 min ago
Planned Parenthood of St. Louis reportedly plans to openly defy a Missouri law requiring that women undergo two pelvic exams prior to obtaining an abortion, just two days before state health officials are set to decide on whether to renew the clinic's medical license.

Los Angeles mayor faces recall effort over handling of city's burgeoning homeless crisis

Fox News (Politics) - 1 hour 37 min ago
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is facing a recall effort as he continues to be besieged by complaints about the city's widespread homeless population and his handling of the crisis.

Schumer asks for probe into delay of Harriet Tubman $20 bill

Fox News (Politics) - 2 hours 3 min ago
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., called any unnecessary delay to honor Tubman on the $20 note "improper and unacceptable." 

Lindsey Graham: If Iran 'attacks shipping again,' US should consider 'taking out their Navy, oil refineries'

Fox News (Politics) - 3 hours 49 min ago
The Trump administration should consider taking serious actions if Iran further disrupts shipping activity or enriches uranium toward weapons-grade, according to Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.

House Intel chair Schiff accuses GOP of 'whataboutism' and false equivalency on Steele dossier

Fox News (Politics) - 3 hours 50 min ago
It was ridiculous to compare the Democratic funding of the Steele dossier to a potential conspiracy between President Trump's campaign and the Russian government, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., suggested on Wednesday.

De Blasio calls AOC 'wrong' on 'concentration camps' comparison: 'Entirely different realities'

Fox News (Politics) - 4 hours 6 min ago
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. was "wrong" to describe migrant detention centers as "concentration camps."

Dear Oberlin: You had it coming…and you STILL don’t get it!

Michelle Malkin - 4 hours 22 min ago

Dear Oberlin: You had it coming…and you STILL don’t get it!
by Michelle Malkin
Creators Syndicate
Copyright 2019

(PREVIOUS: A new victim in the war on small-biz bakeries and other Oberlin race hoaxes)

As a right-wing alumna of far-left Oberlin College, I have four words for the administration in response to last week’s ground-breaking $11 million jury verdict in the defaming of humble Gibson’s Bakery:

You had it coming.

I have five more words for Oberlin as arrogant college officials continue their obstinate war on the Gibson family even after the much-deserved courtroom defeat:

You still don’t get it.

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After the college sent out Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary Donica Thomas Varner’s June 7 email to alumni disparaging the verdict and lying about the basis for the trial, the jury whacked Oberlin’s calumnious crapweasels with an additional $33 million in damages caused by their libel, intentional interference with business and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Ironically, thanks to Big Business GOP-sponsored tort reforms in Ohio 15 years ago, the awards may be greatly reduced to the relief of the radically liberal college, as Legal Insurrection blogger and law professor William Jacobson points out.

Still, the jury’s message to administrators who incited hatred against Gibson’s is loud and clear: Stop the racial smears.

Because white townies are presumed guilty until proven innocent, minority students and their mentors leaped to protest alleged institutional racism by a bakery that has nobly and peacefully served and employed people of all races and backgrounds since 1885. Social justice agitators attempted to turn three black student shoplifters into Rodney King-style martyrs and the white Gibsons into the Simi Valley police of Lorain County in late 2016. In August 2017, after the SJW noise died down, the trio of grabby-handed students pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges ranging from attempted theft and aggravated trespassing to underage purchase of alcohol. They acknowledged in statements that Gibson was within his right to detain shoplifters and all stated in court that Gibson’s actions were not racially motivated.

But those admissions were small consolation to the Gibsons, whom the dean of students attacked publicly in knee-jerk protests immediately after the theft and whom other officials savaged privately in extensive, profanity-laced communications leading up to the bakery’s lawsuit and trial. Oberlin Dean of Students Meredith Raimondo put herself in the middle of the maelstrom, complete with bullhorn and flyers declaring Gibson’s to be a “RACIST establishment with a LONG ACCOUNT of RACIAL PROFILING and DISCRIMINATION.” Oberlin VP of communications Ben Jones lambasted the bakers: “F— em … they’ve made their own bed now.” And special assistant to the president Tito Reed condemned the Gibsons’ “combined audacity and arrogance to assume the position of victim” as the college sought to pressure the family into exempting all student shoplifters from criminal prosecution in exchange for restoring canceled cafeteria contracts.

I received an even more defiant letter from Oberlin College President Carmen Twillie Ambar on June 14 vowing that “this is not the final outcome.” Ambar warns of a “lengthy and complex legal process.” Indeed, I’m now hearing from infuriated Oberlin insiders this week that the college persists in treating the Gibson family horribly and refuses to end the horror show, all while blithely assuring alumni that “we value our relationship with the town and region that are our home.”


For decades, grievance-mongering Oberlin elites have bullied and defamed innocent white people without consequences in their multicultural Ohio enclave. False racial allegations and toxic identity politics are the bread and butter of Oberlin campus life. I’ve documented multiple hoaxes, stoked by Oberlin’s campus outrage industry, which have exploited fake hate by phantom white bigots to expand the affirmative action empire.

–Back in the 1990s, Asian American students claimed that a mysterious racist had spray-painted anti-Asian racial epithets on a campus landmark rock; they used the incident to clamor for more departmental hiring. The culprit was a warped Asian American student.

–Another Asian American student I knew accused a white library worker of racism after the poor staffer asked the triggered student to lower the blinds where she was studying.

–In spring 1990, two black female students baselessly accused David Gibson of bigotry after he told them they were not allowed to sit at an outside table because they hadn’t purchased any food items from his store. The rule applied to everyone. The perpetually aggrieved students demanded an apology to the entire black student population.

–In 2013, hyped by the administration and power-seeking minority groups, Oberlin made international headline news for a “KKK sighting” that turned out to be a person walking around campus wearing a blanket.

Oberlin alum Beth Kontrabecki Walters summed it well for me in her reflections on campus life and the Gibson’s verdict: “What was once considered a forward-thinking and prestigious institution has now become the poster child for intolerant, myopic crybabies. Oberlin should not appeal this decision. … The multimillion-dollar reward to Gibson’s is the public’s way of sending a message; it’s high time these insulated left-wing incubators put an end to the out-of-control politically correct culture. … They made an example of Oberlin, and while I agree with the jury completely, as an alum, it is extremely embarrassing nonetheless.”

Instead of reexamining its fundamental contempt for Midwest family values, entrepreneurship, the presumption of innocence and the truth about its racial hucksterism, however, Oberlin recently announced the appointment of a new “Multicultural Resource Center” director focused on nominating future speakers for the college’s segregated Black, Asian/Pacific Islander, Latinx, and LGBTQ+ students graduation ceremonies and advancing the “advocacy, equity, and belonging for marginalized students.”

In other words: More of the same old toxic stew of anti-white activism masquerading as “education” that landed Oberlin in such humiliating legal trouble in the first place. The jury voted. Now it’s time for more parents, alumni and donors of ideological insane asylums like Oberlin to vote with their own feet and pocketbooks. De-fund the divisive defamers of American higher education. It’s the only way they’ll learn.

Mitch McConnell slammed by author Ta-Nehisi Coates over slavery reparations

Fox News (Politics) - 4 hours 30 min ago
Bestselling author Ta-Nehisi Coates took issue with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's stance on reparations in testimony to Congress Wednesday.

Gutfeld: Trump 'confounds the media' because his platforms are collectively centrist, not extreme

Fox News (Politics) - 4 hours 33 min ago
President Trump offers a challenge to the media because the collective political bent of his policy platforms add up to "right down the middle," according to Greg Gutfeld.

AOC either enjoys riling people with incendiary comments, or she's just not bright: Limbaugh

Fox News (Politics) - 5 hours 5 min ago
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. may be addicted to attention, according to conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.

Second congressional Democrat staffer charged in scheme to dox Republicans amid Kavanaugh confirmation fight

Fox News (Politics) - 5 hours 7 min ago
A second aide to New Hampshire Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan is facing federal charges stemming from a scheme to publicly post the personal information of several Republican politicians amid the contentious confirmation hearings for now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Sen. John Kennedy on AOC's 'concentration camp' comparison: 'She knows better than that'

Fox News (Politics) - 5 hours 40 min ago
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. is entitled to her opinion, but should know better than to make extreme comparisons, according to Sen. John Kennedy, R-La.

AOC says she will 'never apologize,' blasts GOP for focus on 'concentration camps' comparison

Fox News (Politics) - 5 hours 48 min ago
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., refused to apologize Wednesday for labeling migrant detention centers as "concentration camps."

Hillary Clinton again takes aim at Trump after president's 2020 campaign launch

Fox News (Politics) - 6 hours 50 min ago
After President Trump officially kicked off his 2020 campaign Tuesday, his vanquished 2016 foe couldn't resist taking another shot at him Wednesday.

CNN's Don Lemon says Mitch McConnell's argument against reparations comes from 'position of privilege and bigotry'

Fox News (Politics) - 7 hours 1 min ago
CNN anchor Don Lemon has slammed Mitch McConnell's argument against reparations as "simple-minded and stupid."

House reauthorizes Hyde Amendment, despite protests from 2020 Dems

Fox News (Politics) - 7 hours 6 min ago
The Democratic-controlled House on Wednesday approved a spending bill that included a reauthorization of the so-called Hyde Amendment barring federal money for abortions.


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