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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

A Win for the Rule of Law Over Fake Racist Narratives

 
 
Jun 12, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington, where President Trump's initiative to empower women worldwide is a new spin on "America First." Jim Carafano explains how. From Iraq, Nolan Peterson reports on the Kurds who want to help the U.S. bring freedom to Iran. A Christian baker faces a new legal threat because he won't make anything someone orders, Rachel del Guidice writes. On the podcast, a Texas congressman talks about what's happening at the border. Plus: Star Parker on expensive justice for Oberlin College, Walter Williams on how government spurs conflict, and Dion Pierre on anti-Semitism as a college staple.

 
 
 
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A jury rules that Oberlin College, one of the nation's most left-wing institutions of higher learning, must pay $11.2 million to the proprietors of Gibson's Bakery in Oberlin, Ohio, as damages for libel, slander, and other disruptions.
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Speaking of two Texas sectors he visited, Rep. Michael Cloud says, "40% to 50% of the [Border Patrol] agents who are supposed to be on the front lines are essentially doing paperwork. ...The cartels know and understand this, and it's intentional."
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"We still have hope for our freedom. We still have hope that the U.S. and Europe will help us achieve it," says Sourya Pairwan, whose husband, a leader of the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran, died during an Iranian missile strike in September.
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Women in Colombia, with help from the U.S. and other international partners, have helped transform their nation from one mired in chronic war to a people with a future.
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Growing government control over our lives, along with the betrayal of constitutional principles, contributes the most to domestic tension.
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Kevin McAleenan, the acting homeland security secretary, points out that 72% of all border enforcement actions in May were related to unaccompanied children and family units.
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Jack Phillips is being sued again, this time for not baking a "birthday cake" to celebrate the gender transition of lawyer Autumn Scardina.
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As National Association of Scholars President Peter W. Wood and I discovered while researching "neo-Segregation" in higher education, campus anti-Semitism also stems from "woke" black activism, writes Dion Pierre.
 
     
 
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