Articles: Is YouTube Fueling Jihad?

In June 2017, Ruthie Blum at Gatestone Institute asserts that both “YouTube and Google, are effectively being accessories to murder. They are also inviting class-action lawsuits from families and individuals victimized by terrorism. via Pocket
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Articles: The Democratic Party’s Ominous Shift

Democrats have long believed they alone occupy the intellectual high ground, regardless of the issue. Recently, their party has undergone an ominous shift. via Pocket
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Trump’s ‘Divisive’ Tweets — More Left-Wing Hypocrisy – Larry Elder

Critics hammered President Donald Trump for his “sexist” tweet in which he made fun of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski. Trump tweeted: “I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. via Pocket
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President Trump, There’s One Island That Could Form A Pacific Wall Against Chinese Influence – Matt Vespa

Tumon–While the rest of the country debates President Trump’s Twitter use, health care reform, tax reform, border security, the war on terrorism, and the 2018 midterms, it’s easy for some stories to fall by the wayside. via Pocket
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Thursday’s HOT MIC | July 6, 2017 10:43:48 | PJ Media

Welcome to HOT MIC, PJ Media’s daily liveblog. Join our editors and contributors for news updates and conversation throughout the day, and add your thoughts to the mix in our comments section at the bottom or by clicking on the comment bubbles on individual posts. via Pocket
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The Mystery of Melania – BLARB

Melania Trump normalized her first lady status last month by moving to the White House, but this shouldn’t prevent us from appreciating her disruptive qualities, apparent in February when Teen Vogue defended her against “slut shaming. via Pocket
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Conservatives Face Discrimination at Colleges: Keith Fink’s UCLA Case | National Review

As I read the story, I had an immediate sense of déjà vu. I’ve litigated cases like this before, I’ve evaluated cases like this before, and I’m familiar with the extraordinary double standards that define how academic freedom works in modern higher education. Perhaps UCLA is right. via Pocket
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