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America’s Food System is ‘Built on Racism,’ Claimed Group

At a teach-in at the University of Washington, a group claimed that America’s food system is “built on racism.” Continue Reading....

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Northwestern University Condemns ‘Disrespectful’ Behavior of Students during ICE Agent Presentation

The president and provost of Northwestern University both condemned the disruptive and “disrespectful” behavior of students. Why? Protesting students shouted down a presentation by an agent from the Immigration, Customs and Enforcement agency (ICE) and a representative from the Department of Justice on-campus last week. …

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Conservative Professor at UCLA is Under Review

Keith Fink, a conservative professor at UCLA, is facing a review by his department that will determine if he will continue to teach beyond the end of his contract as a lecturer. However, it is a tricky situation for Fink: Keith Fink is considered one …

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Remember him? ‘Clock Boy’ has Lawsuit Tossed Out by a Judge

Ahmed Mohamed, the kid known as “clock boy,” made headlines in 2015 when he brought a clock to his school. Administrators thought it was an explosive device and it led to liberal outrage. His parents threatened to sue the school district for how they treated …

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School Choice Advocates Win School Board Election in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, a city that has been solidly blue (i.e. voted Democrat in elections) for a good while, saw its school board elections end with pro-school choice advocates taking spots on the board. The new officials are not Republicans, but want to take lessons …

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Ole Miss Keeps Softball Championship Game, decides NCAA

The University of Mississippi, known as Ole Miss, is going to remain as the host for the NCAA softball championship. The state chapter of the NAACP objected to Ole Miss hosting the title because the university still flies the Dixie flag (i.e. Confederate battle flag). …

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Professor Laura Kipnis Sued by Student who Started Title IX Investigation Mentioned in Kipnis’s book

Laura Kipnis, the Northwestern University professor who was subjected to a Title IX investigation over an essay, recently wrote a book about her experience with Title IX (we reviewed the book here at AIA). Now, her and her publisher are being sued by the student who …

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As Expected, Liberals Dominate College Commencement Addresses

Liberals dominate college commencement ceremony speaking engagements, which is not a surprising trend, but one that has been constant for the past several years:  But even more concerning is the nationwide trend to promote liberal ideology and silence conservative viewpoints during commencement season.  According to …

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Vice President Mike Pence Defended Free Speech at Notre Dame Commencement while 100 Students Walked Out

Vice President Michael Pence, former governor of Indiana, was invited to speak at the commencement ceremony at Notre Dame instead of President Donald Trump. He became the first vice president to speak at Notre Dame’s commencement, after Notre Dame decided to not invite President Trump …

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California Attorney General says No to Investigating California University’s Secret Fund

Xavier Becerra, a Democrat, is the new attorney general for the state of California and he declined to investigate a discovery from an audit where the University of California system has a secret fund of $175 million. Who leads the university system? Former Obama cabinet official …

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