– Do British Students Need Safe Spaces, Too?

A law student in the UK is under investigation for among other things, badmouthing ISIS and apprarently creating an “unsafe” environment on campus.

On his Facebook page, 21-year-old Robbie Travers throat-punched ISIS.

Though the University of Edinburgh is now backtracking and denying his claim, Travers says he’s accused of an Islamophobic “hate crime” for putting “minority students at risk and in a state of panic and fear”.

Lauding the Trump Administration for its war against the Islamic terror group, Travers said, “Excellent news that the US administration and Trump ordered an accurate strike on an IS network of tunnels in Afghanistan. I’m glad we could bring these barbarians a step closer to collecting their 72 virgins.”

Travers has been outspoken regarding Islamic extremism and terror, writing regularly for the Gatestone Institute on topics such as the Manchester concert bombing.


– GOP Wonders “Wassup With That?” After Kumbaya Moment Between Trump, Schumer, and Pelosi:

Pelosi asked Trump to tweet out his intent to forgo deporting DACA DREAMers during the next six months as Congress drafts legislation ending the free pass for kids of illegal aliens. Trump obliged, and then agreed with congressional dems to raise the debt ceiling to keep the government running for three more months as an added bonus. If the president can work with congressional super-libs why can’t he work with his own party?

– Teach Campus Officials Not to Weaponize Rape Policies, Says EdSec DeVos

The Obama campus rape policy hindered schools to do their investigative duty, and instead weaponized the federal Office for Civil Rights. The move was all Obama’s and had zero congressional input. The “Dear Colleague” letter sent to university campuses nationwide set the standard of evidence for campus tribunals at the lowest possible—a “preponderance of the evidence.”


– Bolton to Trump: Use FDR Rule Against NOKO

During World War Two, President Franklin Roosevelt authorized the US Navy to preemptively strike Nazi warships that entered protected waters. Former UN Ambassador John Bolton has called on Trump to do the same with North Korea.

“When you see a rattlesnake poised to strike,” said Bolton, “you do not wait.”


– Super-Sized Freudian Slip: Planned Parenthood Says ‘Every Person Has The Right to Live’

Sniveling over the Trump administration’s decision to enforce federal immigration law, abortion giant Planned Parenthood released a statement declaring, “Here at Planned Parenthood, we firmly believe that every person has the right to live, work and raise a family freely.”

The irony here is so thick one could cut it with a scalpel.


– Whiny Ole Miss Student: “Tailgate Parties Are Racist”

In an op-ed to his college paper, Ole Miss University senior Francisco Hernandez got bent out of shape because part of the Mississippi state flag contains a rebel banner.

According to Hernandez, “Saturday, what was supposed to be a celebration of college football became an ideal environment for racial tensions [caused by] the divisive presence of the Mississippi state flag all over our tailgating grounds. Stickers, flags of every size imaginable and even capes (yes, capes) displayed this symbol throughout the Grove.” Predictably Hernandez said that “Confederate symbols in the public sphere are part of a strategy of racial terror.”


– Western Civ is Code For ‘WHITE POWER!’

A chapter of the National Lawyers Guild from the University of Pennsylvania Law School is asking school officials to keep professor Amy Wax from teaching a course titled “Civil Procedure” to first year law students. According to the guild, Wax’s course teaches ‘white supremacy and cultural elitism.’

In an op-ed defending the course and “bourgeois culture”, Wax supported ‘hateful and bigoted’ values like getting an education, getting married before having children, avoiding idleness, being patriotic and charitable, and respecting authority.

Shame on you, Ms. Wax!


– Trump Admin Supports Baker’s Right To Refuse Services

Baker Jack Philips has been fighting for his religious liberty for nearly four years. Phillips, who owns the Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, refused to bake a wedding cake for two gay men. Phillips now has support from the Trump Justice Department in a case (Masterpiece Caseshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission) that will be heard by the United States Supreme Court in its upcoming session.