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A University of Kansas sorority member has been put on probation for "unbecoming" behavior after she shared a Candace Owens post criticizing Black Lives Matter.

Sophomore Katherine Lauer was rebuked by the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority after reposting a tweet from the black conservative commentator in which she said BLM was "the most flagrantly racist organization in America".
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Sorority Member Put on Probation for Sharing Candace Owens Post

The violent riots, looting, arson, and even public execution of Trump supporters over the past six months has been primarily the work of the self-described communist revolutionaries associated with “Antifa” and Black Lives Matter (BLM). Mug shots of some of the Antifa/BLM criminals that have appeared in the news and online show that some of them are seriously mentally deranged; some are hardened criminals with long criminal records; there seems to be a preponderance of convicted sex offenders and pedophiles among them; and what seems to be hundreds of pyromaniacs. They are always accompanied by mobs of rather ordinary, run-of-the-mill, urban underclass looters, the products of the state’s life-destroying and crime-infested inner-city government schools, its family- and work-incentive-destroying welfare state, and its war on drugs...
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Some teachers have a lot of learning to do.

Take, for example, a woman who was teaching a seventh-grade class for O'Maley Innovation Middle School in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

The subject was the debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden — and 12-year-old Jackson Cody said he became a fast target not only of other students, but also the teacher.
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Boy, 12, dares to speak up for President Trump in class. Teacher asks student why he supports 'a racist and a pedophile.' Bad idea. - TheBlaze

The moves are among new restrictions being imposed by the executive.

It comes as NI's Department of Health recorded a further 1,217 cases and four more deaths with Covid-19 on Wednesday.

Hospitality businesses will be limited to takeaway and delivery services for four weeks from Friday.

Health officials had warned infections would rise further if both schools and hospitality premises remained open.

Schools to close and tight new hospitality rules in Northern Ireland - BBC News

Ned Thomas finally got to paint his assigned parking space at Pine Junior-Senior High School in Franklinton, Louisiana, this year — a privilege granted to seniors for a $25 fee, reported.

Thomas' visual theme? A commissioned portrait of President Donald Trump wearing a stars-and-stripes headband and sunglasses.
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School district paints over student's Trump-themed parking spot. Judge says that violates free speech. - TheBlaze

The richest counties in America are clustered around Washington, D.C. This privilege gives them confidence to propose flatly unconstitutional policies, such as banning public school teachers from criticizing critical race theory.

Perhaps less confidence this week, however.

Loudoun County Public Schools is pulling back on an illegal proposal to revise “professional conduct” standards by banning teachers from criticizing its “commitment to action-oriented equity practices” anywhere – on campus, off campus, over the phone, email and social media. ...
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D.C. School District Administrators Backtracked on Punishment for Teachers Who Criticize

KTTH afternoon host Jason Rantz reported that Brendan Stanton, a teacher at P.G. Keithley Middle school, posed a “question of the day” to his sixth grade students. On Friday, he asked them, “Who is one person you admire and why?” A ten-year-old student was kicked out of class for answering “Donald J. Trump.”
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10-Year-Old Student Said He Admires Trump, Got Scolded by Teacher

Darwinian Evolution in Action ... what all college courses should feature as extra credit.

2 college students plummet four floors while taking selfie at rooftop party - ABC News

Former DOJ attorney says it’s as simple as enforcing a 1996 law

President Donald Trump can support American students by enforcing a 24-year-old law signed by President Bill Clinton.

The “Illegal Immigration Reform and Responsibility Act of 1996” includes a provision that requires any state that allows illegal immigrants to attend public universities at in-state rates to offer the same tuition to out-of-state U.S. citizens.
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Clinton-era law, if enforced, would give many American students a massive tuition discount | The College Fix

‘A big win not just for Students for Life but really for all students’

The Students for Life chapter at Georgia Institute of Technology has dismissed its lawsuit against the university after the institution agreed to pay $50,000 in attorneys fees and damages and change its policies to better protect free speech on campus, according to the settlement.
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Georgia Tech to pay $50K, improve free speech policy in legal ‘win’ for pro-life students | The College Fix

A pair of professors warn that coronavirus could be the final nail in the coffin for many colleges — and that’s a good thing.

With so many colleges predicted to close, coupled with employers and campus administrators putting more of an emphasis on a college education, the “sunny side of all of this is that a stronger system of higher education will emerge, one re-focused on educating students rather than on selling a ‘college experience,’” the professors argue.
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As colleges go bankrupt due to COVID, higher education will actually get better: op-ed | The College Fix

Recommendation by diversity task force with no listed legal experts

Back in June, the president of Miami University convened a task force of faculty, students and staff to spend their summer devising recommendations on “diversity, equity and inclusion.”

Now concluded, the DEI task force says that looking past the First Amendment is a good place to start – and that students and professors should trade their civil liberties for a more secure safe space.
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Public university considers ignoring First Amendment to show its ‘moral courage’ | The College Fix

A professor who called for every “last cop” to be strangled says he is now dealing with death threats, vandalism and doxxing attempts.

Earlier this month, Midwestern State University philosophy professor Nathan Jun wrote on a Facebook thread “I want the entire world to burn until the last cop is strangled with the intestines of the last capitalist, who is strangled in turn with the intestines of the last politician.”
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Prof calls for all cops to be strangled, complains about doxxing and death threats afterward | The College Fix


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