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Cal State University at San Marcos hosted its "Whiteness Forum" December 1 to help students navigate the racially-charged climate allegedly intensified by Trump's victory.

Tuesday, 06 December 2016 16:59

Atheists' Billboard War on Christmas Rages On

Like clockwork, the atheists are right on schedule, targeting Christmas with yet another billboard campaign, this time with a message encouraging people to skip church this holiday season.

The Texas Department of State Health Services finalized rules this week that will require healthcare facilities to treat the remains of aborted babies with dignity by requiring that they be buried or cremated and not disposed of in landfills. Pro-life advocates contend that the rules are a step in the right direction in changing how people view abortion, by reminding citizens that an abortion results in the termination of a human life.



The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) reports that the Department of Health and Human Services is cutting funding to domestic programs to pay for room and board for illegal alien youths. HHS must come up with $167 million to cover the costs to feed and shelter the unaccompanied minors through December 9 and has turned to other programs, including Medicare, for the money. And while the programs from which the money is being transferred are unconstitutional uses of taxpayer dollars, the move underscores that the American people are not this administration's priority.

The “tolerant” Left continues to flail in the weeks following the presidential election. Clinton supporters have already made headlines over their petulant and in some cases violent reactions to the election results, but after their kicking and screaming has failed to make any change, they’ve resorted to bullying and threats. According to WND.com, disgruntled individuals and groups have reached out to Electoral College voters not only to persuade them to switch their votes to Hillary Clinton, but also to threaten them with violence if they refuse.

The media has been frenzied in its coverage of the alt-right and its support for president-elect Donald Trump, as well as Trump’s failure to immediately repudiate the group for some of its radical views. While many of the alt-right’s stances are indefensible, it has to be said that the media has employed a significant double standard in its coverage of Trump’s support from the alt-right when compared to its coverage of President Obama’s supporters in 2008 and 2012. Likewise, the media has dissected Trump’s Cabinet choices with a fine-toothed comb but wholly embraced president-elect Obama’s very radical Cabinet choices without ado.

Three Tea Party groups that applied for nonprofit status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) several years ago have finally received determinations from the tax agency on their applications, though two of them have been denied tax-exempt status. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which represents the Tea Party groups in a case against the IRS over the agency’s targeting of conservative groups, contends that the lengthy deliberations and recent denials are evidence that the IRS continues its corrupt practices, including singling out conservative organizations for punishment.

Two Trump supporters at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, may be facing expulsion because they dared to celebrate Trump’s victory in the presence of Hillary Clinton supporters.

Activists have taken to the streets to protest the elected Republican candidate, Donald Trump, in exhibits that can only be described as temper tantrums, many of which have become violent. But rather than repudiate the behavior of these protesters and dispute any contention that the election was anything but fair (let’s pretend for a moment that the mainstream media was unbiased in its campaign coverage), North Carolina State University officials have bought into the notion that its students were somehow wronged by the election outcome, and have provided them with “comfort” foods and safe spaces.

Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has received a lot of flak in the media for alleging that the election was “rigged” and implying that he may contest the results of the election if he were to lose. But what happened in Virginia provides fodder to claims that Democrats are pulling out all the stops to secure Hillary Clinton’s victory. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has granted voting rights to 60,000 convicted felons in time to register to vote, which the Daily Caller notes could be enough to swing the election in Hillary Clinton’s favor.

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