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Video: Free Speech on Campus

Freedom of Speech: It’s more than a legal concept. It’s a bedrock principle that allows America’s diverse 330 million citizens to coexist and flourish. Today, universities are in the midst of a free speech crisis.

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Isaiah Washington on Freedom of Thought, the Cancel Culture, and Criminal Justice Reform

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Term “Cervix Owners” Deemed Better than “Women” in U.K.

A U.K. birth coach is hounded out of organization after saying that only women can give birth.

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How to Call Rural Voters a Basket of Deplorables, in an NPR Voice

This last Sunday, I listened to NPR’s “On Being” as I dragged out my morning routine, and I’ve been ruminating on a disturbing segment of the show over the last few days.

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University of Illinois uses Orwellian “bias response team” to suppress freedom of speech

Students at UIUC who write articles in support of the mascot, post comments or memes about the mascot online, or dress up in Chief Illiniwek costumes are subject to investigation by the University’s Bias Assessment and Response Team (“BART”).

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Kay Hymowitz: We’re Having the Wrong Debate about Immigration

First-generation descendants of low-income immigrants move up the economic ladder, but subsequent generations stall or fall back.

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Vogue Bashes President Trump

It’s now quite in vogue to bash the President and forget his accomplishments.

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OpEd

Reagan’s Berlin Wall strategy was simple and could work today: ‘We win, they lose’

Via Dallas News

by Claudia Rosett

Ronald Reagan made it his driving mission not to appease and accommodate the USSR, but to defeat it.

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The real constitutional crisis

Via The Boston Globe

by Jennifer C. Braceras

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Washington State voters reconsider affirmative action

Via The Hill

by Inez Feltscher Stepman

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Private giving like GoFundMe shows America at its best. Why criticize generosity?

Via USA Today

by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Why are bureaucratic approaches superior to GoFundMe campaigns? Private efforts to help are not a sign that government has fallen down on the job.

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Dems Hate Trump More Than They Welcome His Help to Blacks

Via Newsmax

by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Harris was disturbed that Trump received the same award she received three years prior.

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TV

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Mentions

Will The Trump Administration's Ban on E-Cigs Help Teens, Hurt Smokers, or Both?

Via The Federalist

by Julie Gunlock

Many fear that the administration crack-down on electronic cigarettes will have far greater consequences for public health than addicting teens.

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UK wait times a warning over 'right' to see the doc

Via One News Now

by Hadley Heath

An eye-opening report from the United Kingdom shows hospital wait times have skyrocketed in recent years, fueling warnings in the U.S. that “free” health care will literally kill you.

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Insurance as a government program would jeopardize healthcare

Via One News Now

by Hadley Heath

As many people are signing up for health insurance, be it on their job or at Healthcare.gov, one policy analyst asserts that Medicare for All would not alleviate any problems.

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