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  1. Stop White People
    StopWhitePeople2k16 The State University of New York at Binghamton is offering a new class titled “StopWhitePeople2k16,” as part of routine training for residential assistants, on how to deal with “uneducated” people who don’t believe that white privilege is real. The course description was revealed Tuesday in a page from Binghamton University's R.A. training schedule. The class is being taught by three current RA students . Residential Assistants students who agree to assist with overseeing
  2. Is martial law here?
    Don't believe what you see and hear from the mainstream media. The mainstream media and others that do not agree with what you have to say, targets anyone who questions them, and calls them “insensitive” or “racist.” We have spoken at length about who controls the media , and how the media is used to manipulate the masses. Now more than ever, Americans need to understand that all the rioting, shootings, and racial tensions are part of a larger setup intended to mislead people and divide us.
  3. Political correctness is a direct assault on free speech
    Freedom of speech and freedom of the press are the glue that strengthens all our rights. The freedom of speech is essential to all of our rights. The freedom of the press is the biggest check and balance afforded to Us as a free society. Without being able to freely communicate ideas with each other, freedom is doomed. Political correctness is a direct assault on free speech. This is being feed to us through the guardians of free speech ,the "free press". Journalist today, through political
  4. New Flint water crisis charges
    Bill Schuette the Michigan Attorney General indicted six state employees for their alleged connection to the near deadly levels of lead in the city of Flint’s drinking water. "They had knowledge and ability to stop the problem, but they failed," Schuette said. Judge Nathaniel C. Perry authorized the charges early Friday against three employees, from the state's health and environmental departments. During the press conference, Schuette and Todd Flood, the private lawyer leading the attorney