The College Fix – by Colin Cortbus

A Christian student leader is demanding an apology after a poster distributed by Kent State University asked if stating “You need Jesus“ could qualify as hate speech.

The public university’s Center for Student Involvement created and circulated the posteron Twitter last week. It was designed to promote an event on free speech issues as part of Kent State’s KENTTalks, which are intended to “provide a safe place for discussions and transformational experiences for our student body” and promote “civil discourse.”   Continue reading “Kent State mulls whether telling someone ‘You need Jesus’ is hate speech”

LA Times – by 

A brother of Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock has been arrested in North Hollywood on suspicion of possessing hundreds of images of child pornography, according to authorities.

Bruce Douglas Paddock, 58, was taken into custody at a nursing facility in the 5300 block of Laurel Canyon Boulevard on Wednesday morning. Television news footage showed Paddock in a wheelchair being loaded into the back of a van by Los Angeles Police Department officers.

Continue reading “Brother of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock arrested in child porn case”

Newsweek – by Jessica Firger

It’s well known that much of our unused and discarded pharmaceutical drug supply ends up in the ocean, and it turns out the chemicals in these drugs are affecting ocean inhabitants in some distressing ways.

A study from researchers at Portland State University finds shore crabs exhibit more risky behaviors when exposed to Prozac, the most commonly prescribed antidepressant. The drugs, it seems, makes crabs more defiant toward other animals that may prey upon them. As a result, they’re more likely to be caught by their predators.   Continue reading “How Depression Medication Is Polluting The Ocean And Altering The Behaviors Of Sea Creatures”

The Algemeiner – by Shiri Moshe

A Rutgers University professor has published multiple social media posts containing antisemitic canards and caricatures, including blaming the Armenian genocide on Jews, describing Judaism as “the most racist religion in the world,” and calling Israel a “terrorist country.”

As first reported by the Israellycool blog, Michael Chikindas — a microbiology professor at Rutgers’ department of food science and director of the school’s Center for Digestive Health — promoted dozens of anti-Jewish conspiracies and comments on his Facebook page this past May, among them references to “international fat Jewish pockets,” and descriptions of “orthodox Judaism” and Zionism as “the best of two forms of racism.”  Continue reading “Rutgers Professor Calls Judaism ‘Most Racist Religion,’ Blames Jews for Armenian Genocide, in Flurry of Antisemitic, Homophobic and Sexist Posts”

PJ Media – by Tyler O’Neil

The number of children visiting Britain’s transgender clinic the Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) has skyrocketed in recent years, and this past year an average of 39 children a week have visited the clinic. If current trends continue, it will reach 50 children a week in the next year. Many of these children as as young as 4, 5, and 6 years old.

In the past six months, 1,302 kids visited GIDS, according to a report from Britain’s Daily Mirror. This represented an increase of 24 percent over the previous six months.   Continue reading “Almost 40 Kids Per Week — Some Only 4 Years Old — Referred to Transgender Clinics in the UK”

The Telegraph – by 

Expectant mothers should be called “pregnant people”, the Government has suggested in a submission to amend a UN treaty.

The proposed amendment is to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which the UK has been a signatory of since 1976.
Continue reading “Call expectant mothers ‘pregnant people’, the Government suggests”

Breitbart – by Chris Tomlinson

Twenty members of the Moderate Party in Sweden have proposed the government deploys the armed forces in some of the country’s most dangerous no-go zones to combat “gang violence”.

Moderate Party politician Mikael Cederbratt made the proposal this week saying: “The situation in our areas of exclusion has deteriorated. The gangs have taken over and the police have had to retreat. Swedish law no longer applies there.”   Continue reading “Swedish Politicians Call For Army to be Deployed to No Go Zones to Keep Peace”

New Nationalist – by Torchy Blane

Devastating wildfires weren’t the only disaster that struck California during the early weeks of October. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a series of bills authored by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, that may turn the state into one of the fastest-growing and most-dangerous cultural cesspools in the nation — though some would argue it has already achieved this dubious honorific.

Wiener, an East Coast Jewish homosexual, told SF Gate, “There are times when you introduce legislation that you ruffle some feathers. If you don’t, you aren’t doing your job.” This Wiener has been working overtime to debase the state since his election in 2015. To give you a flavor of what Wiener is about, here was the campaign ad that apparently stole the votes of San Franciscans from his Democratic rival, Chinatown machine politician with ties to a convicted pedophile, Jane Kim.   Continue reading “October Surprise for California: Brown, Wiener Expose State to Predators”


The French parliament on Wednesday adopted a tough new anti-terrorism bill that gives authorities vastly expanded powers to search homes, restrict movement and close places of worship.

The bill, which was passed by the Senate after modifications to address concerns about civil liberties, makes permanent some of the exceptional measures contained in the state of emergency imposed after the November 2015 Paris attacks.   Continue reading “French parliament adopts controversial anti-terror bill”

Daily Mail

The NYPD has told a court that it can’t reveal what happened to money seized by its officers under civil forfeiture laws because its database is broken.

Responding to a freedom of information request in Manhattan Supreme Court, city attorney Neil Giovanatti said that the PD was unable to extract the information from its Property and Evidence Tracking System (PETS).

He added that technicians can’t even figure out how to back up the database, which cost the city more than $25.5 million in 2009.    Continue reading “Judge lambasts ‘insane’ NYPD claim that they can’t reveal how much cash they’ve seized from people because their $25.5 million database is ‘broken’”