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Who's Unsafe on Campus?
by Michelle Malkin
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Republicans victorious in Kansas special House election. (Fox News)
Trump's Justice Department to end "catch and release" immigration policy. (The Washington Times)
Border wall will get its start in San Diego County. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
Soros-funded group chaired by Elizabeth dinky-Warren's daughter fighting voter integrity lawsuits. (The Washington Free Beacon)
FBI had FISA court order to monitor Trump adviser Carter Page: Report. (The Washington Times)
Trump spokesman Sean Spicer Steps in a Hitler mess. (National Review)
United Airlines stock loses $600 million in value after viral video of ejected passenger. (USA Today)
Hump Day Humor: Pentagon awards contract to United Airlines to forcibly remove Assad. (Duffel Blog)
EPA employees billed taxpayers $15,000 for gym memberships in Vegas. (The Washington Free Beacon)
San Diego's experiment with higher minimum wage: 4,000 fewer restaurant jobs. (Reason)
Policy: Here are six reasons to lower the corporate tax rate immediately. (The Daily Signal)
Policy: The true costs of New York's "free college" program. (The Daily Signal~The Patriot Post
Free college plans somehow get even worse

by Preston Cooper
{} ~ The Democratic Party experiencing political Ragnarök last November does not seem to have slowed the expansion of “free college” initiatives in the states. In New York... a tuition-free public college plan passed the state legislature this weekend and is headed for the desk of Governor Andrew Cuomo. Last month, Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson signed into law a more limited free-tuition program that only applies to certain programs at community colleges. Both programs stipulate that student beneficiaries must work in the state for a period of years after graduation: a departure from previous proposals that only exacerbates the problems with free college. Free college as an idea already has several flaws. First, it is regressive: lower-income students already receive substantial amounts of financial aid, so most of the benefits of eliminating whatever tuition remains flow disproportionately to the middle class and rich. Second, it props up poor-quality public schools. In particular, free community college may encourage more students to attend schools where they have only a one-in-three chance of earning a degree. Third, free college skews students’ decision-making by encouraging them to attend in-state public colleges instead of private or out-of-state schools, or following alternative education and career pathways. Finally, free college is expensive, and states could surely find better uses for their finite supplies of taxpayer dollars...
Why Islam Needs a Warning Label
by Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (Ret.)
{} ~ Recently, the media – hell-bent on demonstrating seriousness about factual reporting – took on issues deemed sufficiently important so as to demand further research. What were they?... During a March 28 press briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer suggested the media were so focused on connecting Donald Trump to the Russians, “If the President puts Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that’s a Russia connection.” CNN frantically researched whether Russian salad dressing is, in fact, really Russian. As CNN reported the dressing originated in Nashua, New Hampshire, we can all rest easier now knowing that limitless quantities of it can be consumed without somehow endangering national security...


Single-Payer Health Care: America Already Has It
{} ~ Could a single-payer, government-run health care system work in the United States? We already know the answer, because America already has single-payer, government-run health care. Author and commentator Pete Hegseth explains.
Why Is Comey Still At FBI –
Is liar-Hillary Clinton Going To Trial
by Rick Wells
{} ~ It is to be expected that when the executive branch is being forced to operate short-staffed or with the loyalists of the previous corrupt regime still holding their positions that things will not be operating as smoothly... as they would be were the appropriate staffing levels allowed to be obtained. Obstructionism by Democrats is seriously impacting the President’s ability to do his job; it’s deliberate and he knows it. President Trump told Maria Bartiromo in a recent interview, “I am waiting right now for so many people, hundreds and hundreds of people. And then they’ll say, ‘Why isn’t Trump doing this faster?’ You can’t do it faster because they’re obstructing. They’re obstructionists. So I have people, hundreds of people, that we’re trying to get through, I mean, you see the backlog. We can’t get them through.” He points out, “And then the newspapers will say, ‘Trump doesn’t get them through.’ It’s got nothing to do with me, statutorily you have to go through this process. So it’s been a lousy process and it’s taken a long time to get my cabinet done and as you know it’s not even done now. This is records stuff, we’re talking about records in terms of time.”...
Fast and Furious scandal: Suspected triggerman
in border agent's murder arrested
by William Lajeunesse
{} ~ The cartel member suspected of shooting and killing Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in 2010 with a gun supplied by the U.S. government was arrested in Mexico Wednesday... senior law enforcement, Border Patrol, and congressional sources told Fox News. The suspect, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes, was apprehended by a joint U.S.-Mexico law enforcement task force that included the Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Marshals and the Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC). A $250,000 reward had been sought for information leading to the arrest of Osorio-Arellanes, who was captured at a ranch on the border of the Mexican states of Sinaloa and Chihuahua. U.S. authorities have said they will seek his extradition...
Who's Unsafe on Campus?
by Michelle Malkin
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Springtime may be in bloom, but snowflakes never go out of season at America's most prestigious colleges and universities.

Quivering students at the University of Notre Dame launched a protest last week against the school's decision to invite Vice President Mike Pence as commencement speaker. Activist Imanne Mondane told the campus newspaper that she and her peers felt "unsafe" and threatened by "someone who openly is offensive but also demeaning of their humanity and of their life and of their identity."

In other words: The mere presence of a public official whose policy positions veer from acceptable left-wing norms is a public safety hazard.

At Wichita State University, the student government voted to refuse official recognition of the libertarian Young Americans for Liberty group because it supports -- gasp! -- the First Amendment. Since other chapters of the group across the country have invited controversial conservative speakers to their campuses, the Kansas safe-spacers argued, it would be "dangerous" to allow them to operate in Kansas.

And at Duquesne University, students have now declared that welcoming a Chick-fil-A on campus would put their "safe place" at "risk" because the founders of the fast-food company defended traditional marriage.

What the cluck? These millennial chicken littles have grown softer than the insides of waffle fries.

While they hype the existential dangers of exposure to discomfiting ideological dissent, the bubble-wrapped brigade ignores the real menaces in the academy.

Take vengeful Fresno State professor Lars Maischak. He's been on the loose on social media, tweeting earlier this year that "Trump must hang." Just to be clear, he added: "The sooner and the higher, the better." In retaliation the administration's crackdown on illegal immigration, Maischak proclaimed, "two Republicans" should be "executed" for "each deported immigrant."

Using the hashtag "#TheResistance," Maischak tweeted: "Has anyone started soliciting money and design drafts for a monument honoring the Trump assassin, yet?"

The unhinged academic also tweeted a photo of a bullet with the caption: "Finally discovered! A cure for racism. Take one, administered straight to the cranium."

I can't say "lock and load" or do the "Charlie's Angels" finger gun pose without being accused of inciting violence. But this assassination-obsessed loon can tweet his twisted heart out on Twitter with impunity. Where's that Twitter Safety Council when you need it? Of course, Maischak denies harboring any hatred and claims he's the innocent target of a "digital lynch-mob."

Meanwhile, real mobs set fire to U.C. Berkeley to protest speaker Milo Yiannopoulos, injured a professor at Middlebury College while hounding conservative speaker Charles Murray off campus, and assaulted conservative speaker and Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes at New York University.

As Manhattan Institute scholar and "The War on Cops" author Heather MacDonald recounted in City Journal, she became "the target of such silencing tactics two days in a row last week" at Claremont McKenna College and UCLA. Baying protesters chanted, "We are here to shut down the f---ing fascist" and "From Oakland to Greece, f--- the police." She was forced to livestream her talk from an empty room while agitators pounded on the windows outside. Then she was whisked away in an unmarked Claremont Police Department van.

Who's unsafe on campus? The social justice mobsters play victim but wield bloodied brass knuckles in the ivory tower against any and all who threaten their orthodoxy and power.

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