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on September 25, 2017 in Featured World News

University bans research on transsexuals who reverse their surgery: Could ‘offend people’

byCollege Fix Staff   Current research is ‘out of date,’ but university is more afraid of social media criticismA psychotherapist got a crash course in how university bureaucracy can suppress controversial research before he finally extracted an admission: His institution was afraid of being “politically incorrect.” James Caspian, whose counseling specialty is transgender people, told The Times that Bath Spa University first approved his master’s project on people who decide to reverse their sex reassignment surgery and go back to living as their birth sex. But when he asked for approval to amend the proposal to “include women who had...

byCollege Fix Staff   Current research is ‘out of date,’ but university is more afraid of social media criticismA psychotherapist got a crash course in how university bureaucracy can suppress controversial research before he finally extracted an admission: His institution...

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on September 25, 2017 in Featured World News

Professor says he was investigated for sexual harassment because he disagreed with women

byChristian Montoya – Austin Community College  Using Title IX to ‘punish other people for expressing views they don’t like’A male professor who underwent a yearlong Title IX investigation claims that “professional disagreements” with female colleagues have been redefined as sexual harassment. But J. Martin Rochester doesn’t blame the University of Missouri-St. Louis’s Title IX staffers. In a post for the Martin Center for Academic Renewal, the international relations professor said they were “merely creatures of the system that the Obama Administration created.” Rochester told The College Fix he’s still teaching at UMSL and “publishing scholarship,” though he never did...

byChristian Montoya – Austin Community College  Using Title IX to ‘punish other people for expressing views they don’t like’A male professor who underwent a yearlong Title IX investigation claims that “professional disagreements” with female colleagues have been redefined as...

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on September 25, 2017 in Featured World News

Kawaii Kitties! Feline Twins Hugging in Tiny Bed Melt Hearts Across the Internet

Is there anything more adorable than little kittens? What if those are tiny twin kittens in a miniature wooden bed! Get your daily dose of cuteness with the two feline siblings, which have already made thousands of people go “aww”! Amelie and Canele are two twin kittens born in the end of February in Japan. The little balls of fur love to sleep side by side, and Internet users are totally obsessed with the way the kitties snuggle up. アメリとカヌレは2月27日生まれの双子猫。元の飼い主さんに保健所に持ち込まれ、ボランティアさんに保護して頂き、ご縁あって我が家へ😌先住猫の優しくハンサムなそら兄たんお気に入りのIKEAベッドでねんねする姿をこんな風に撮りだめてきました♡生まれてきてくれてありがとう✨ pic.twitter.com/QEocSGspQd — アメカヌちゃんとそらたん @ねこ休み展 (@SoraAmeCane) 19 сентября 2017 г. It seems they can’t sleep without having one another to cuddle in their IKEA miniature bed. Sometimes, the feline brother and...

Is there anything more adorable than little kittens? What if those are tiny twin kittens in a miniature wooden bed! Get your daily dose of cuteness with the two feline siblings, which have already made thousands of people go...

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on September 25, 2017 in Featured Gun Page World News

New Maine Law Prohibits Any State Gun Registry

By T.J. Martinell A law prohibiting any type of state firearms registry is now in effect in Maine. The law will not only protect the privacy of Maine gun owners, it will also hinder the federal government’s ability to develop a firearms database and create a climate less favorable to federal gun control. Rep. Patrick Corey (R-Windham) sponsored House Bill 9 (LD9) along with a bipartisan coalition. The new law declares: Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, a government agency of this State or a political subdivision of this State may not keep or cause to be kept...

By T.J. Martinell A law prohibiting any type of state firearms registry is now in effect in Maine. The law will not only protect the privacy of Maine gun owners, it will also hinder the federal government’s ability to develop a...

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on September 24, 2017 in Featured World News

Paul Nehlen Is Already Under Fire From Deep State Globalists for Challenging Paul Ryan

 by Jim Hoft Republican Paul Nehlen is in St. Louis this weekend to attend the Phyllis Schlafly Forum.  Paul will speak Sunday at a sold-out “Put Americans First Rally” with former White House Strategist Steve Bannon. Paul Nehlen told The Gateway Pundit the GOP Deep State, Erick Erickson’s The Resurgent, and the Reagan Battalian hacks are already attacking his campaign to unseat Speaker Paul Ryan. The globalists are already coming after Paul Nehlen. Paul Nehlen: You know when you run against Speaker Ryan you’re running against the US Chamber of Commerce, you’re running against the Kochs, you’re running against...

 by Jim Hoft Republican Paul Nehlen is in St. Louis this weekend to attend the Phyllis Schlafly Forum.  Paul will speak Sunday at a sold-out “Put Americans First Rally” with former White House Strategist Steve Bannon. Paul Nehlen told...

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on September 22, 2017 in Featured World News

Here’s What Melania Said About US Kids That Michelle Would Hate

By Davis First lady Melania Trump has more or less avoided the spotlight during her husband’s first few months in office, preferring instead to focus on raising their son, Barron Trump. But she’s still given several important speeches, such as the one she gave at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations on Wednesday, where she stressed the importance of families raising their children to love their country, Fox News reported. While the first lady’s speech was short, it was powerful. “Show me the loving bonds between your families today and I will show you the patriotism and moral clarity...

By Davis First lady Melania Trump has more or less avoided the spotlight during her husband’s first few months in office, preferring instead to focus on raising their son, Barron Trump. But she’s still given several important speeches, such...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Prime Minister Says Joseph Gordon-Levitt Convinced Him To Call Himself A Feminist

“It was like, ‘Oh, OK, it’s OK for men to say that they are feminists in a public sense.'”   Althia Raj Ottawa Bureau Chief, HuffPost Canada nown internationally as a self-proclaimed feminist, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it was a video by Hollywood actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt that convinced him the moniker was OK for men to use.  Speaking with Melinda Gates, who praised him effusively for his “passionate belief of empowering women” and his “transformative” gender-balanced cabinet, Trudeau recalled being told by a fellow student at McGill University that he couldn’t call himself a feminist. “She said: ‘No....

“It was like, ‘Oh, OK, it’s OK for men to say that they are feminists in a public sense.'”   Althia Raj Ottawa Bureau Chief, HuffPost Canada nown internationally as a self-proclaimed feminist, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Are the glaciers in Glacier National Park growing?

By Roger Roots, J.D., Ph.D., Founder, Lysander Spooner University www.lysanderspooneruniversity.com Glacier National Park (GNP) straddles the continental divide along Montana’s border with Canada.  Ever since Al Gore’s 2006 film, “An Inconvenient Truth,” the Park has been seen as ground zero in the international battle over manmade global warming.  Almost every major figure promoting apocalyptic-manmade-global-warming-by-CO2 hysteria has made a publicized visit to the Park. Today’s visitors to GNP are met with a steady stream of climate-change messaging.  Official Park literature claims that all glaciers in GNP are predicted to melt away by the year 2030.  (Some signs even tell visitors...

By Roger Roots, J.D., Ph.D., Founder, Lysander Spooner University www.lysanderspooneruniversity.com Glacier National Park (GNP) straddles the continental divide along Montana’s border with Canada.  Ever since Al Gore’s 2006 film, “An Inconvenient Truth,” the Park has been seen as ground...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Calif. Lady Moves to Red State, Suddenly Sends Unexpected Message to Lib Friends Back Home

By Benjamin Arie Flyover country. Bible belt. Middle America. Coastal elites in liberal cities have all sorts of terms for “red states,” but they all seem to convey one message: Conservative areas of the country are somehow backward and should be avoided. That’s the impression one California writer had about America’s heartland. Leah Singer never imagined that she would end up in Trump Country… but when she moved to Indiana not long ago, her entire perception changed. In an editorial piece published last weekend in the Indianapolis Star, the author sent a clear message to liberal friends back in...

By Benjamin Arie Flyover country. Bible belt. Middle America. Coastal elites in liberal cities have all sorts of terms for “red states,” but they all seem to convey one message: Conservative areas of the country are somehow backward and...

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on September 20, 2017 in Featured World News

Icelandic Government Collapses After Plot To Pardon Pedophile Rapist Exposed

Source: Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org Iceland’s justice system has received praise in recent years for its successful prosecution of multiple bankers who helped bring on the 2008 financial crisis. Though some of those bankers have been released early from prison,the latest controversy in the country stems from an entirely different miscarriage of justice. Last week, it emerged that Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson knew of attempts by his father, Benedikt Sveinsson, to have the Ministry of Justice grant “restored honor” to a convicted child rapist. Benediktsson kept this secret as the rapist, a friend of his father’s was essentially exonerated. Restored honor is the controversial process by which convicted...

Source: Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org Iceland’s justice system has received praise in recent years for its successful prosecution of multiple bankers who helped bring on the 2008 financial crisis. Though some of those bankers have been released early from prison,the latest controversy in the country...

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