Alfie and Haleigh and Charlie and Jahi

<p>When British hospital officials tried to pull the plug on 23-month-old toddler Alfie Evans on Monday night in arrogant defiance of his parents' wishes, many Americans took to Twitter to count their blessings that they live in a country that would not allow such tyranny. "Stories like Alfie Evans make me realize how grateful I am to live in America where freedom still exists," one young social media user wrote.</p>

Senate to Vote on Mike Pompeo and Richard Grenell Nominations Thursday

Mike Pompeo and Richard Grenell
The Senate will vote Thursday afternoon on the nominations of CIA Director Mike Pompeo for secretary of state and Richard Grenell for U.S. Ambassador to Germany.

NY Judge Rules Bar Allowed To Throw Out Trump Supporters

Via NY Post: Cheers, Trump haters. A Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday that there’s nothing “outrageous” about throwing the president’s supporters out of bars — because the law doesn’t protect against political discrimination. Philadelphia accountant Greg Piatek, 31, was bounced from a West Village watering hole in January 2017, just after Trump took the oath of […]

Donald Trump Jr. Applauds Chance The Rapper: ‘Takes Guts’ to Say ‘Black People Don’t Have to Be Democrats’

President Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., took to Twitter on Wednesday to applaud Chance The Rapper, after the Chicago crooner said"Black people don't have to be Democrats."

Kanye West: ‘Obama was in Office Eight Years and Nothing in Chicago Changed’

Rap superstar Kanye West continued his Twitter-based enlightenment campaign on Wednesday, bashing former President Obama for failing to bring positive changes to the pair's native city of Chicago during his eight years in office.

Millennial Mom Christina Hagan Runs Against Establishment in Ohio: ‘I’m Young And I Have a Country to Defend’

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Ohio’s “America First” 16th District congressional candidate, State Rep. Christina Hagan (R), a 29-year-old wife and mother who's been endorsed by "Women For Trump," says she is running against the failures of the political establishment, telling Breitbart News that she has "a country to defend."

Flashback: Democrat Party Hails ‘President Kanye West’

Dems unlikely to support rapper after pro-Trump tweets.

Finns Finished With UBI (Universal Basic Income)

Socialist experiment failed.

NYT’s Style Mag: Inauguration of ‘Terrifying…Bogeyman’ Ronald Reagan Sowed Fear in NYC

<p>The <em>New York Times</em> devoted the latest edition of its fashion mag, <em>T</em> Magazine, to marking the early 1980s in New York City, but used prominent pieces to bash President Ronald Reagan as a "terrifying" Christian-right ogre. From the introduction: "...with the inauguration of a conservative president who was no great friend to the arts, or to marginalized groups, including immigrants, the poor and those who fell outside of the conventional all-American family unit."</p>

Chance the Rapper: ‘Black People Don’t Have to be Democrats’

Chicago-based crooner Chance the Rapper seemed to show his support for fellow Chi-Town artist Kanye West's beliefs about free thinking by pointing out that black people should not feel obliged to support the Democratic Party.

Telemundo Headlines Minuscule Nazi March

<p>On the same day a front-page <em>Washington Post</em> article chronicled the nationwide collapse of the Alt Right, Telemundo played up a deceptive and dishonest report about a minuscule march of National Socialists in Newnan, Georgia. The report by the Spanish-language sister network of NBC deliberately neglected to reveal just how small the group of Neo Nazis were (<em>The New York Times</em> reported <a href="">two dozen</a>) as well as the fact that all six arrests made were of masked Antifa counter-protesters.</p>

The Atlantic: Joy Reid’s ‘Hacking’ Conspiracy ‘Looks Implausible’

Joy Ann-Reid at the 'Pod Save America' panel during Politicon at Pasadena Convention Center on July 29, 2017 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images for Politicon)
That Atlantic's Alexis C. Madrigal examines Joy Reid's conspiracy theory that a hacker planted "fraudulent" posts on her old blog expressing politically incorrect attitudes about gay people.

Kim Kardashian West Defends Kanye as a ‘Free Thinker’ After Media Smear Him for Trump Love

Kim Kardashian West slammed mainstream media critics attempting to demonize her husband Kanye West after the Grammy-winning rapper-producer publicly expressed support for President Donald Trump.

Warren Buffett Raises Wages in Trump’s Tight Labor-Market

What is a tight labor market? A tight labor market is when multi-billionaire Warren Buffet is forced to pay higher wages to recruit new employees.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor Arrested over NRA Protest

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor Patricia got herself in a bit trouble earlier this year for her conduct during an NRA protest.

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A White Genocide double dip with Russia on top

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1:45 Massive problems in the English speaking world

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Temple Professor: The American Home Is an Oppressive Cisgender Space

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A recently published academic journal article from a professor at Temple University makes the case that the typical American household reinforces oppressive cisgender normalities.

Judge: Administration Must Restart DACA Program Unless Rescission Justified

A third federal judge has ruled illegal the Trump Administration’s rescission of the DACA program. But unlike other judges, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Judge John Bates ruled the Department of Homeland Security must start accepting new DACA applications within 90 days if it cannot adequately justify termination. The ruling, however, may have helped the Administration by laying out what that justification might entail.

Report: YouTube Algorithms Were Unable to Detect ‘Graphic’ Bestiality for Months

YouTube's algorithms were unable to detect "graphic" bestiality images for several months, some of which had millions of views, according to a report.

Farrow Fears Pompeo as ‘Willing Executioner of the State Department’

<p>Appearing on CBS’s <em>Late Show With Stephen Colbert</em> on Tuesday, aired early Wednesday morning, former Obama administration State Department official turned journalist Ronan Farrow condemned the United States for “becoming a nation that shoots first and asks questions later” when it comes to foreign policy. He also warned that President Trump’s nominee to be the next Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, would be a “willing executioner of the State Department.”</p>

Supreme Court Appears Ready to Uphold Trump’s Travel Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority appeared poised to hand President Donald Trump a huge legal victory, signaling on Wednesday it was likely to uphold his contentious travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries.

Conservative justices including Chief Justice John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy, a frequent swing vote on the nine-member court, indicated during arguments in the high-profile case their unwillingness to second-guess Trump on the national security justifications offered for the policy.


But with five conservatives on the nine-member Supreme Court, Trump seemed likely to be on the winning side when the justices issue their ruling by the end of June.

“My only point is that if you look at what was done, it does not look at all like a Muslim ban,” Conservative Justice Samuel Alito said.

Some of the four liberal justices expressed sympathy toward Hawaii’s arguments, although it appeared possible at least one might eventually side with Trump.


The high court in June and December 2017 allowed two versions of the ban to take effect while court challenges ran their course. The justices had not until Wednesday heard arguments on the merits of the policy.


Roberts questioned whether the president could be restricted from taking “any targeted action” on foreign policy emergencies, such air strikes in Syria, affecting Muslim countries.

“Does that mean he can’t because you would regard that as discrimination against a majority-Muslim country?” Roberts asked.


Kennedy, who sometimes joins the liberals in major rulings, pushed back on the notion pressed by the challengers that the ban was permanent, noting that the policy includes a requirement for reports every 180 days that could lead to the removal of a targeted country.


Trump’s conservative appointee to the court, Neil Gorsuch, suggested the lawsuits challenging the ban brought by Hawaii and others should not even have been considered by courts.


Trump administration lawyer Noel Francisco said comments the president made as a candidate should be off-limits from court scrutiny because he had not yet taken office.

Kennedy signaled courts should be able to review candidates’ words, giving the example of a local mayor who makes discriminatory statements and then two days after taking office acts on them.


Liberal Justices Elena Kagan and Justice Sonia Sotomayor pressed Francisco on what kind of campaign trail behavior could be considered by courts. Kagan asked whether a hypothetical “out-of-the-box,” vehemently anti-Semitic candidate would be subject to court review if upon taking office he announced policies targeting Israel.

But Kagan also acknowledged the administration’s concerns about courts judging national security decisions.


Venezuela and North Korea also were targeted in the current policy. Those restrictions were not challenged in court.


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Reports: ‘Caravan Migrants’ Waiting to Cross Mexico-California Border

Several reports indicate that the fragments of the “migrant caravan” are now arriving south of the U.S. border with Mexico. Border Patrol officials in California and Arizona said they have not seen any illegal border crossings between ports of entry this week.

Over the weekend, about 600 migrants arrived via train in the northern Mexican city of Hermosillo, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. The group plans to continue to Tijuana in the next few days.

Late last week, about 50 migrants from Central America arrived in Tijuana, Reuters reported. “Since peaking at around 1,500 people, the so-called migrant ‘caravan’ has dwindled under pressure from Trump and Mexican migration authorities, who vowed to separate those migrants with a right to stay in Mexico from those who did not,” Reuters states. {snip}

Border Patrol officials in the San Diego, Yuma, and Tucson Sectors told Breitbart Texas on Tuesday they have seen no illegal crossings in recent days by anyone from the “caravan.” El Centro Sector has not yet responded to an inquiry.

On April 11, Breitbart Texas reported that an MS-13 member joined up with a “caravan” splinter and crossed the border in the Yuma Sector.


U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officials have not responded to an inquiry as to whether they received any asylum requests from “caravan migrants” crossing from Tijuana in recent days.


DHS Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen said her department would “fast track any caravan asylum cases”:


If members of the ‘caravan’ enter the country illegally, they will be referred for prosecution for illegal entry in accordance with existing law. For those seeking asylum, all individuals may be detained while their claims are adjudicated efficiently and expeditiously, and those found not to have a claim will be promptly removed from the United States.


In response to the caravan and recent spikes in illegal border crossings into the U.S., President Trump ordered the deployment of up to 4,o00 National Guard troops to help secure the border.

The governors of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California all responded by activating troops in their respective states.

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Hank Azaria Willing to ‘Step Aside’ from Playing Apu on ‘The Simpsons’

Hank Azaria says his “eyes have been opened” and he’s willing to “step aside” from playing his controversial “Simpsons” character.

The actor appeared on Tuesday’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and talked about the fallout surrounding the character he voices, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon.


Nahasapeemapetilon, a Indian-American character with a thick accent, operates the Kwik-E-Mart convenience store in the fictional town of Springfield. The show recently aired a response to complaints about him.

Writers had the character of Lisa Simpson respond to a question from her mother Marge by saying, “Something that started decades ago and was applauded and inoffensive is now politically incorrect. What can you do?” before Lisa glanced at a framed photograph of Apu on her nightstand, which was inscribed with the message “Don’t have a cow.”

The scene generated further complaints from viewers.


“The idea that anybody, young or old, past or present was bullied or teased based on the character of Apu, it just really makes me sad,” Azaria said. “It was certainly not my intention. I wanted to spread laughter and joy with this character and the idea that it’s brought pain and suffering in any way, that it was used to marginalize people, it’s upsetting.”


Azaria said he’s given a great deal of thought to how to proceed and believes “the most important thing is to listen to South Asian people, Indian people in this country when they talk about what they feel and how they thing about this character.”


“I really want to see Indian, South Asian writer, writers in the room, not in a token way but genuinely informing whatever new direction this character may take, including how it is voiced or not voiced,” Azaria said. “I’m perfectly willing and happy to step aside or help transition it into something new. I really hope that’s what ‘The Simpsons’ does and it not only makes sense, but it just feels like the right thing to do to me.”

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After Blackface Incident, Minority Students at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Say They Don’t Feel Welcome

Aaliyah Ramos was walking through the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus last year when a prospective student approached her.


Ramos, a mechanical engineering student, didn’t want to sugarcoat the truth: Cal Poly long has been predominantly white. But she told the young woman — who also was black — that she didn’t want to discourage her from applying, because that wouldn’t help with diversity at a school where only 0.7% of students are African American — the lowest percentage of any university in the California State system.

Now, after a recent spate of racial incidents — including a white fraternity member appearing in blackface — Ramos is reconsidering her answer.

“Yes, we have good resources here,” Ramos said. “But if you truly value your well-being and your ability to feel like you can be yourself and be respected and welcomed on campus, do your research and find a school that strives to make everyone feel this way.”

When a white member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity was photographed at a party this month wearing blackface, the image spread over social media, and the outrage was felt campuswide.

At the same April 7 party at the off-campus frat house, other members were photographed wearing baggy jeans, fake tattoos and gold chains while flashing gang signs. It happened to be Cal Poly’s multicultural weekend.

Photos also emerged of members of the Sigma Nu fraternity at another party earlier this year wearing ribbed tank tops, gold chains and bandannas. The caption posted on social media read, “When you get he (sic) holmes to take a photo of la familia.”

The photos have sparked blunt, painful conversations about the treatment of minority students on the campus, the least diverse in the 23-school system. Cal Poly’s student body was 54.8% white in fall 2017, according to system data. The Cal State campuses are 23.5% white overall.

Cal Poly also has a higher percentage of white students than all 10 University of California campuses.

Last week, the administration announced an indefinite suspension of all Panhellenic sororities and Interfraternity Council fraternities. Matt Lazier, a university spokesman, said the racially charged photos were just the latest problems with the Greek organizations, including sexual assault, hazing and the alcohol-related death in 2008 of a freshman.


Many students said they were disappointed by the administration’s response. Neither the student in blackface, Kyler Watkins, nor any of the students dressed as gangsters was expelled.

Watkins, an agricultural business senior, could not be reached for comment. In a letter to the Cal Poly student newspaper and other publications, he said the decision to paint his face “had nothing whatsoever to do with racism or discrimination.”

“Growing up white and privileged, I was truly unaware of how insensitive I was to the racial implications of blackface,” he wrote. Watkins said he and other Lambda Chi members were playing a game in which the teams were represented by colors, and he painted his face because he was on the black team.


That stance has struck a particularly dissonant chord on the campus, where the College Republicans group erects a “Free Speech” wall each year that previously has had racist and sexist comments scrawled on it. {snip}

A group of students called the Drylongso Collective, formed in the wake of recent controversies, has called on the administration to match the $55,000 that CSU spent on security for Yiannopoulos’ 2017 speech and the costs for Thursday’s event, and devote the money to minority, LGBTQ and women’s programs. The request was among a long list of demands.


Jozi De Leon, the university’s new vice president for diversity and inclusion, said there are numerous initiatives to attract a more diverse student body and faculty, and create a more welcoming campus climate.


A third-year student who used to belong to the Alpha Phi sorority but did not want to give her name because she still works closely with the Panhellenic Assn. said the fraternities deserved to be punished but that it was sad the sororities got wrapped up in it.

“Pitting all Greek life as being racist isn’t bringing the student body together,” she said. “Everyone in Greek life is being put in that bubble.”

She said prospective students already have pulled out of sorority recruitment. Another woman then walked up and angrily told her to stop talking to a reporter.

Last week, the N-word was found scrawled in red marker on a bathroom stall in the English building. Racist fliers — including one suggesting skin tone was correlated with homicide and rape rates, and another insinuating that black people were a human subspecies — were posted in the same building.


“Racism is not simply the Klan marching around in hoods and burning crosses,” he said. “Some people think that if you don’t see those super-explicit, in-your-face things on a regular basis, you could say there’s no racism here.”

Many minority students at Cal Poly say racism, both overt and subtle, permeates their lives.

Quentin Harrison, a 20-year-old sophomore who is black, said other students talk down to him or act intimidated by him. He notices women clutch their purses a little tighter when he walks toward them. If it’s getting dark, he sees people turn and go the other direction to avoid him.


Naba Ahmed, editor of the campus newspaper, Mustang News, said the administration has sent emails lauding diversity and inclusion but that they ring hollow.

“There have been so many incidents of racism on this campus that it’s really frustrating that more isn’t happening,” said Ahmed, a 20-year-old Muslim student who is of Indian and Kenyan descent. The blackface incident, in particular, will long be remembered as a stain on the university, she said.


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Maxine Waters to Trump: ‘Please Resign’ so I Don’t Have to Impeach You

Maxine Waters attends the Time 100 Gala celebrating the 100 most influential people in the world at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), in an interview at the Time 100 Gala on Tuesday, said her advice to President Trump is to "please resign."

Maxine Waters to Trump: ‘Please Resign’ so I Don’t Have to Impeach You

Maxine Waters attends the Time 100 Gala celebrating the 100 most influential people in the world at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), in an interview at the Time 100 Gala on Tuesday, said her advice to President Trump is to "please resign."

PICTURES: MASSIVE Chalk and Poster Campaign On University Of Illinois Campus Leading Up To Lucian Wintrich Speech This Friday

Conservative students at the University of Illinois have begun a massive chalk and poster campaign leading up to Lucian Wintrich’s speech and art film premiere this Friday.

Starting at 11PM last night, students covered nearly half of the campus with a series of hilarious slogans and posters in preparation for the evening event. Hilariously enough, the conservatives on campus even anticipated the posters being ripped down so they hung up mini-posters under the larger ones!!

The campaign was not exclusively rooted in posters though, with chalk covering most main parts of campus:

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Dem Congressman To Push Cosmetics Reform…

Media whoring. Via The Hill: Reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian is set to make an appearance on Capitol Hill Tuesday to speak on cosmetics reform alongside Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.). Pallone, the ranking member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, has previously called for changes to the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authority over cosmetics, arguing the […]

Donald Trump Responds to ‘Love’ from Kanye West: ‘Thank You Kanye, Very Cool!’

“You don't have to agree with Trump but the mob can't make me not love him,” West wrote.

Meghan McCain: Trump Nominating Ronny Jackson ‘Worst Abomination of the Administration So Far’

Meghan McCain
Wednesday on ABC’s “The View,” co-host Meghan McCain slammed President Donald Trump’s nomination of Dr. Ronny Jackson to head up the Department of Veterans Affairs and called it the “worst abomination of the administration so far.” McCain said, “Our veterans and the VA deserve so much better than this on so many different levels.” She added, “During the election, Trump even missed a debate to hold a fund-raiser for veterans. He has attacked veterans and claimed to be the soothsayer of all things—regardless of the fact that he never served. And for him to put this man up to run the VA after, by the way, 200 veterans died in Phoenix at the VA that I went to school down the street from, and we’re still doing nothing. This is, for me, it’s one of the worst abominations of the administration so far.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

Report: Inside NFL’s Secret Meeting to Discuss National Anthem Protests

A new report reveals some of what was said among 30 members of the National Football League, at the secretive 2017 emergency meeting to discuss what to do about the growing player protests during the playing of the national anthem.

Kanye West Posts Picture Wearing MAGA Hat

Part rap superstar, part fashion icon, part professional provocateur, Kanye West turned heads on social media on Wednesday when he posted a picture of himself wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat. 

DHS to Reform H-1B Program, End Work Permits for H-4 Visa Holders

In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, USCIS Director Francis Cissna wrote, that the agency plans to tighten guidelines on H-1B visas issued to specialty workers and end the issuance of work permits to H-4 visa holders.

Taliban Rejects Peace Offer, Vows to Focus on ‘Killing and Capturing American Invaders’

In this May 27, 2016 file photo, Taliban fighters react to a speech by their senior leader in the Shindand district of Herat province, Afghanistan. With U.S. support, the Afghan government has made a surprising new peace offer to the Taliban, only to immediately run into a wall. The insurgents show no sign of shifting from their demand that talks for a conflict-ending compromise take place with Washington, not Kabul. (AP Photos/Allauddin Khan, File)
The Taliban dismissed Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s U.S.-backed peace offer in a statement issued Tuesday announcing the start of their annual spring offensive, which the terrorists vowed will be “mainly" focused "on crushing, killing and capturing American invaders and their supporters."

Sarah Sanders: ‘I’ll Keep You Posted’ Whether Donald Trump Will Meet with Kanye West Again

"I don't know of any conversation that they've had over the last week or so,” Sanders said. “I’ll keep you posted if that changes any time.”

University Offers ‘Cry Closet’ For Stressed-Out Snowflakes

'Safe Space' for students to melt down during finals season.

Apu Voice Actor Offers Up Own Job As Reparations for ‘South Asians’

<p>“Thank you, don’t come again.” Hank Azaria, the voice behind many classic Simpsons characters, has decided that now may be the time to move on from his time playing everyone’s favorite Kwik-E-Mart owner, Apu.</p>

Harry Reid: ‘The Less We Talk About Impeachment, the Better off We Are as a Country’

During a portion of an interview with NBC News National Political Reporter Heidi Przybyla, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) stated, “the less we talk about impeachment, the better off we are as a country.” Reid said, “I’ve been through impeachment. I was a brand new whip at the time. I’d never sat down in the front row. I mean, the Supreme Court was right ahead of me. Rehnquist was up there. I never — I felt so nervous, I was right — everything going on was right in front of me. So, I’ve been through an impeachment, and they’re not pleasant. And I think the less we talk about impeachment, the better off we are as a country.” (h/t Grabien) Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

DHS to End TPS Status for Nepalis

According to internal documents reviewed by The Washington Post, DHS Secretary Kristjen Nielsen will likely end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) status for the country of Nepal, giving some 9,000 Nepalis until June 25, 2019 to make arrangements to leave the U.S. and return to their home country.

Amazon Unveils ‘Alexa For Kids’ AI Assistant Device

Amazon introduces Alexa for Kids
Amazon has unveiled "Alexa for Kids," a version of their Echo home assistant for children.
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