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Gay Never Trumper Becomes Latest Victim of Campus Attacks on Free Speech

Left leaning activists on the campus of DePaul University are preparing to ambush an event later Wednesday evening featuring a prominent conservative gay rights activist due to his views on radical Islam and the threat it poses to minority groups.
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Donald Trump Says He Fired FBI Director Because He Wasn’t ‘Doing A Good Job’

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President Donald Trump insists he was right to fire FBI Director James Comey because he “was not doing a good job.”
Trump made his first public comment on Comey’s ouster on Wednesday in the Oval Office while meeting with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who served under former President Richard Nixon.
Some Democrats claimed the sudden decision to oust Comey, who was investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign, smacked of the Watergate scandal.
“This is Nixonian,” Sen. Bob Casey (D-Penn.) said Wednesday. “Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein must immediately appoint a special prosecutor to continue the Trump/Russia investigation.”
Earlier Wednesday, Trump met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in the Oval Office. Kislyak, of course, is the person whom former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn spoke to during the transition ― which ultimately led to his ouster earlier this year.

Ambassador Kislyak and President Trump / Посол С.Кисляк и Президент Д.Трамп pic.twitter.com/Ckkx2YL9KX— Russia in USA (@RusEmbUSA) May 10, 2017

Asked whether the firing of Comey affected his meetings with Russian officials, Trump said, “Not at all.”
Last year, Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions repeatedly praised Comey and the FBI for their handling of the investigation into Hillary…

Stephen King’s Anti-Trump Tweets Are Amazingly Relentless

If Stephen King ― inventor of gutter clowns, ghostly twins and blood-smeared teens ― is feeling spooked, you know something’s amiss.
Wednesday, on the tails of President Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI director James Comey, the writer tweeted, “Donald Trump: A remarkable combination of unhinged and dumb as dirt. Time to start talking impeachment. Really. Enough is enough.”

Donald Trump: A remarkable combination of unhinged and dumb as dirt. Time to start talking impeachment. Really. Enough is enough.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) May 10, 2017

King has been tweeting about Trump and his administration since November, tenaciously criticizing the abuse of the phrase “fake news,” and somberly voicing his concern about the future of health care.

If the Republicans vote away health care for their big biz big daddies, remember next November.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) May 4, 2017

He’s even thrown in a few dad jokes. 

If donuts were awarded for dumb, Sean Spicer would have his own Krispy Kreme franchise.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) April 11, 2017

King, whose books have been adapted into some of the stalwarts of 1980s and ‘90s cinema, is seeing a resurgence in 2017, when several of his stories will be turned into movies or shows. This summer, “The…