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Shapiro Appearance Kicks Off Free Speech Fight at Gonzaga

The left’s blatant disregard for the First Amendment is staggering.

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In the traditional sense, going off to college was intended to be an experience where young people could expand their minds, and get a better look at the world around them before embarking off into the unknown.

The growth that was originally intended to occur in higher education was not just intellectual growth, but an overall boost to the maturity of the individual.  The common separation from the home unit, combined with the worldliness of a diverse campus can be a shock to the sense at times, sure.  This is why we see so many of these “snowflake” stereotypes, as our most coddled generations began to integrate with the world around them.

These kids were never taught to deal with their hurt feelings from a young age, always blaming the offender for the emotions of the offended.  It set you up for the false idea of a world where everything is fair and fine, and when these fragile egos reach college, they are metaphorically maimed by the counter culture of reality.

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Now, thanks to the influx of the coddled generation in question, colleges are becoming safer, and less likely to produce profound moments of self-education.  Take Gonzaga, for instance, where the proposed appearance of political pundit Ben Shapiro has the university toeing the line between the First Amendment and authoritarianism.

This week, a letter from 20 Washington State legislators was delivered to the president of Gonzaga University in which the lawmakers ripped the university for barring Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro from speaking on campus.

As reported by Young America’s Foundation, which sponsors Shapiro’s speaking tour that would appear at the university, Rep. Luanne Van Werven, the ranking conservative on the House Higher Education Committee, stated bluntly:

We are greatly disappointed in the university’s decision. Campuses should be places of rigorous, free debate that respects the marketplace of ideas. While Gonzaga University is a private institution, students are eligible for state financial aid. State taxpayer dollars should not be used to promote censorship.

This is certainly not the first time that the college campus has been a battleground for the First Amendment.

Most notably were the riots at UC Berkeley in February of 2017, when liberal students lashed out violently in order to force the cancelation of a scheduled speech by gay conservative author Milo Yiannopolous.

 

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Vladimir Putin Makes Hypersonic Missile Threat Against United States

At this time, it is believed that Putin’s hypersonic arsenal is “ostensibly invincible”.

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While the democrats secretly hope that Robert Mueller can prove that President Trump is some sort fo Russian asset, the Kremlin is making terrifying threats against the United States.

The absurdity of Mueller’s conspiracy cabal aside, the tension between the United States and Russia is at a level likely not experienced since the end of the Cold War.  Not only have both parties withdrawn from an important nuclear arms treaty in recent weeks, but President Trump was dealt an ugly hand when former President Obama took a few parting shots at Putin on his way out of the Oval Office.

Now, in a risky escalation of rhetoric, Russian President Vladimir Putin has made an overt and harrowing threat toward the USA.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his version of a State of the Union address on Wednesday and included a threat to target the United States with ostensibly invincible hypersonic nuclear-capable missiles if the U.S. deploys intermediate-range ballistic missiles to Europe.

Putin’s threat was a response to U.S. withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, which the United States has long accused Russia of violating. Putin claimed those accusations were false and suggested Washington was merely looking for a pretext to scuttle the INF so it could deploy land-based missiles to Europe.

Putin insisted Russia will not be the first to deploy ground-launched ballistic missiles in Europe but will retaliate if America does so.

Putin’s hypersonic missiles are believed to be impervious to current anti-missile arrays and batteries due to their unfathomable speed of travel high in the earth’s atmosphere.

 

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CNN Airs Homophobic Rant on Roger Stone’s Prison Time…AGAIN

Shame on CNN, and shame on those who advertise with them.

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If you tend to watch the commercials that mainstream media have made for themselves in recent months, you would get one, singular impression:  That every news station is the only one telling the truth.

“Facts” and “truth” have been the premiere marketing buzzwords for mainstream media PR agencies, who are living in a world where the President routinely has to correct the White House press stable whose facts are, by default, a little more dated than the Commander in Chief’s may be.  CNN’s “Facts Matter” slogan is just one such example of the blatant push to legitimize a company whose funding comes from the same corporate interests who’ve muddied the waters of the Washington Swamp.

If we’re unable to at least admit those facts, we have no chance of growing past this oligarchical system we’re obliviously meandering around in.

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So, in order to keep those corporate interests happy, CNN has to keep the ratings up.  The best way to keep the ratings up is to produce salacious and addicting content, filled with inflammatory emotion.  (It’s the same reason that reality TV is so invasively popular).

And that is why we have been subjected to, on more than one occasion, homophobic rants on the possible sexual assault of Roger Stone in prison.

CNN again publicly fantasized about that “dandy” Roger Stone getting raped in prison.

This time, it was David Gergen, one of the far-left network’s ancient analysts, who has not said anything interesting or insightful in decades. His job is to pretend to be a Republican and then bash Republicans in the way his media masters demand.

“Roger Stone must also worry that if he goes there — you know, he’s seen as something of a dandy — will he be physically safe? Will he be subject to rape?” Gergen said. “I mean, there must be a lot of things are going through his mind.”

And that wasn’t the first time either.

This is the second time a CNN leftist has planted the seed of Stone’s prison rape in the public’s mind.

Late last month, CNN anchor and anti-Trump activist Jake Tapper, in an obvious reference to prison rape, said Stone “might like” prison.

“No one’s going to cry if Roger Stone goes to jail or when he goes to jail,” former Obama adviser Jen Psaki said of Stone.

“He might like it,” quipped Tapper.

Psaki laughed and added, “He might. Who knows?”

Such a bigoted and insensitive narrative has no place in our homes, let alone while pumping corporate propaganda at us and using our own emotion to keep us watching.

Shame on CNN, and shame on those who advertise with them.

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