Meet college president who won’t tolerate ‘snowflake rebellions’

Across the country, loud and sometime violent campus protesters are often met by administrators who ultimately give in to demands related to perceived slights on issues ranging from race to gender and sexuality to alleged hate speech. But one college president is fighting back, and he says the pursuit of truth – not unanimous political […] …

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Iowa ministry steps up when bus tragedy kills 32 in Tanzania

Washington may have been embroiled this week in President Trump’s firing of James Comey, the investigations of Russia’s role in the 2016 campaign and other political matters, but outside the Beltway many were mourning the horrific school-bus crash in Tanzania in which 32 people, mostly students, died. A team from an Iowa-based ministry shared the grief, as members were […] …

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Colonists didn’t come to America for the pretty views

When Muslim Turks conquered the land trade routes from Europe to Asia, Europeans attempted to find sea routes. These attempts were financed either by kings and wealthy private individuals, or through the new invention of “companies.” In Medieval Europe, there were tradesmen, partnerships and guilds, but “companies” were virtually non-existent, as the paying and receiving […] …

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Rebellion grows against Muslim indoctrination in schools

From coast to coast, parents are rebelling against what they describe as Islamic indoctrination of their children in public schools. In Florida, for example, parents are protesting a newly approved textbook they say whitewashes Islam’s violent history of conquest and subjugation, while in San Diego, an angry father confronted the city’s school board about its […] …

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For such a bumbling explorer, he sure made an impact

Muslim Turks conquered Constantinople on May 29, 1453. William Lawson Grant, Professor of Colonial History at Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, wrote in the introduction to “Voyages and Explorations” (Toronto, The Courier Press, Limited, 1911, A.S. Barnes Company): “The history of Western Civilization begins in a conflict with the Orient, a conflict of which it may […] …

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Prof sued after declaring no free speech on campus

A health professor at California State University at Fresno has been sued in his personal capacity for lecturing students who already had obtained school permission for a series of chalked messages on the sidewalk declaring “college campuses are not free speech areas.” He then used his sneaker to try to wipe out the chalked messages. The […] …

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Embassy rally to protest Cuba’s jailing of homeschooling dad

A protest is planned at the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C., at noon on May 17 against the rogue communist regime’s punishment of a family for homeschooling. The Home School Legal Defense Association is partnering with groups such as CitizenGo, the Hispanic Leadership Fund and Concerned Women for America to protest the Cuban government’s treatment of Ramon Rigal and […] …

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F-bombing ‘gay’ school official out of job

The F-bombing “gay” dean of student life at the Downingtown, Pennsylvania, school district has resigned from his post, according to an announcement delivered Thursday to WND by school officials. It was the latest move in the controversy that erupted when Zach Ruff confronted two pro-life students on a public sidewalk, and badgered, bullied and belittled […] …

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