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EXCLUSIVE: Soros-Funded Activist Deceives CA Lawmakers

EXCLUSIVE: Soros-Funded Activist Deceives CA Lawmakers | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
“Regardless of how you feel about the legislation, we are disturbed, and every legislator should be disturbed, that a witness called to testify in support of Senate Bill 620 told multiple lies to the California Senate,” officials from the Association of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA) wrote in a recent newsletter.

McGill is the founder and lead organizer of the YJC — an anti-police nonprofit based in Inglewood, California, which has received grants from George Soros’ Open Society Foundations. YJC often hosts events for the Los Angeles chapter of Black Lives Matter, including a rally last year that resulted in hundreds of activists shutting down a nearby freeway. McGill’s group, currently suing the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), ironically, also receives funding from a foundation headed by an LAPD commissioner.

At a recent meeting in the State Capitol, McGill testified before the Public Safety Committee where she tried to sway senators to support SB 620 — legislation that would water down California’s current “Use a Gun and You’re Done” policy. According to the Los Angeles Times, “current law says anyone who uses a gun in committing a felony must have their sentence increased by 10 years or more in prison on top of the penalty for the felony.”


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Putin calls US election-meddling charge a 'load of nonsense' in Kelly interview

"They have been misled," Putin responded when Kelly said that American intelligence agencies had concluded that Russia interfered in the campaign with the goal of electing Trump. "They aren't analyzing the information in its entirety. I haven't seen, even once, any direct proof of Russian interference in the presidential election."

The interview with Putin – conducted last week during an economic forum in St. Petersburg – was the opening segment in the debut episode of "Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly." Kelly, who was a prime-time star on Fox News Channel, moved to NBC at the start of this year.

The interview was tense at times, with Putin calling Kelly's questions a "load of nonsense." "Your lives must be so boring," if Americans are reduced to making up stories about Russia, he said.
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Trump Returns To US, Immediately Slams ‘Fake’ News Media On Twitter

Trump Returns To US, Immediately Slams ‘Fake’ News Media On Twitter | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
President Trump resumed one of his favorite activities on Sunday, just hours after returning to the U.S. following his first presidential overseas trip.

The Republican blasted the “fake” news media in a series of tweets, accusing reporters of fabricating anonymous sources for some stories.
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Bob Woodward Tells the Media to Calm Down

Bob Woodward Tells the Media to Calm Down | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
The media has often drawn parallels between the investigation of the Trump campaign’s alleged ties to Russia to the notorious Watergate scandal. But legendary investigative reporter Bob Woodward has cautionary advice for journalists covering the Trump era. “Be on the surface respectful,” Woodward says. “But never stop the inquiry.”
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Sources: Comey acted on Russian intelligence he knew was fake

Sources: Comey acted on Russian intelligence he knew was fake | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Then-FBI Director James Comey knew that a critical piece of information relating to the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email was fake -- created by Russian intelligence -- but he feared that if it became public it would undermine the probe and the Justice Department itself, according to multiple officials with knowledge of the process.

As a result, Comey acted unilaterally last summer to publicly declare the investigation over -- without consulting then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch -- while at the same time stating that Clinton had been "extremely careless" in her handling of classified information. His press conference caused a firestorm of controversy and drew criticism from both Democrats and Republicans.
Comey's actions based on what he knew was Russian disinformation offer a stark example of the way Russian interference impacted the decisions of the highest-level US officials during the 2016 campaign.
The Washington Post reported Wednesday that this Russian intelligence was unreliable. US officials now tell CNN that Comey and FBI officials actually knew early on that this intelligence was indeed false.
Rob Duke's insight:
The special prosecutor is going to have a difficult time using Comey after this.  This smells like political maneuvering and cover up.
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FACT CHECK: Tim Allen Show 'Last Man Standing' Cancelled for Political Reasons?

FACT CHECK: Tim Allen Show 'Last Man Standing' Cancelled for Political Reasons? | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
It’s unlikely that Tim Allen’s politics were the sole or primary reason behind the cancellation of Last Man Standing. However, when asked whether politics played a role in deciding the network’s lineup, Dungey said:

There’s a lot of news, and I think that people are definitely looking to television as a place they want to feel, they want to laugh, they want to cry … the mood of the country has told us that television is a little bit of an escape … What people want to do now is connect and experience and to feel … that did frame a lot of our development thinking this season.
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Long-time Iowa farm cartoonist fired after creating this cartoon

Long-time Iowa farm cartoonist fired after creating this cartoon | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Rick Friday has been giving farmers a voice and a laugh every Friday for two decades through his cartoons in Farm News.   
Now the long-time Iowa farm cartoonist tells KCCI that he has been fired.
Friday announced Sunday that his job was over after 21 years in a Facebook post that has since gone viral. 
FACEBOOK POST:
"Again, I fall hard in the best interest of large corporations. I am no longer the Editorial Cartoonist for Farm News due to the attached cartoon which was published yesterday. Apparently a large company affiliated with one of the corporations mentioned in the cartoon was insulted and cancelled their advertisement with the paper, thus, resulting in the reprimand of my editor and cancellation of its Friday cartoons after 21 years of service and over 1,090 published cartoons to over 24,000 households per week in 33 counties of Iowa.
"I did my research and only submitted the facts in my cartoon.
"That's okay, hopefully my children and my grandchildren will see that this last cartoon published by Farm News out of Fort Dodge, Iowa, will shine light on how fragile our rights to free speech and free press really are in the county."
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Hillary Clinton's 'email' problem was bigger than anyone realized

Hillary Clinton's 'email' problem was bigger than anyone realized | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it

Hillary Clinton's ongoing struggle to deal with the revelation that she used a private email server during her time as secretary of state dominated the conversation about her presidential candidacy, and research suggests it might have doomed her campaign, according to a new study by a consortium of pollsters released over the weekend.

In the paper, presented at the American Association for Public Opinion Research's annual conference in New Orleans, pollsters and political scientists from Gallup, Georgetown University and the University of Michigan studied the daily Gallup tracking poll from July 10 to November 7, 2016. In particular, they zeroed in on one question: "Have you read, seen or heard anything about (Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump) in the last day or two?" They then zeroed in on the "yes" responses and categorized what, exactly, people said they had read, seen or heard.
Here's what people had read, seen or heard about Clinton looks like in a word cloud (the bigger the word, the more often it was mentioned):

As you can see, "email" drowns out every other term mentioned about Clinton. It was, without question, the dominant narrative of the election for her -- at least in the five months that this paper documents. And, according to the study, the mentions of email correlate directly to negative views of Clinton.
Now, check out Trump's word cloud:

There's nothing to match the Clinton "email" mentions. And although some of the most commonly mentioned words are negative storylines for Trump -- "women," most notably -- there's a lot of more neutral mentions: "debate," "people" and "president." This speaks to the theory that by throwing so many balls up in the air every day -- via his stump speeches, Twitter, etc. -- Trump made it impossible for anyone to follow all of them. Everything seemed like a molehill. Even the mountains.

What's more, the word "email" came up more and more in the final weeks of the election -- particularly in the wake of then-FBI Director James Comey's announcement in late October that he was re-starting an investigation into Clinton's server.
RELATED: Hillary Clinton blames James Comey for her loss. Why not blame Anthony Weiner?
Here's the word clouds broken into a week-by-week timeline of the last month of the campaign. Again, the larger the word appears, the more it was mentioned as something people had seen, read or heard about Clinton or Trump.

Not only did "email" dominate the conversation around Clinton, it dominated the entire conversation in the race. From October 23 on, Trump is barely talked about -- an amazing feat for someone so willing to make news.

This study will be used by liberals as evidence that the media's unnecessary focus on Clinton's email server cost her the election.
I'd agree that Clinton's email server played a decisive role in deciding the election. But I wouldn't agree with the idea that the media is responsible for it.
After all, it was Clinton who never seemed to grasp the seriousness of the issue and how it eroded the public's already shaky confidence in her. Her inability to do those things meant she was never able to put the story behind her. And then the Comey announcement came, which undoubtedly surged the issue back to the top of many voters' minds.
Whatever the reasons, when people thought of Clinton in the final weeks of the race, they thought of her emails. And that was a very bad thing for her.

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The President Just Told a Room of Israelis That He "Just Got Back From the Middle East"

The President Just Told a Room of Israelis That He "Just Got Back From the Middle East" | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Duh.
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After Immigration Officer Was Forced From Classroom, Students Lament a Missed Opportunity

After Immigration Officer Was Forced From Classroom, Students Lament a Missed Opportunity | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Protesters shut down an official’s lecture at Northwestern University, leaving the professor and students upset they didn’t get a chance to engage and learn.
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Public Enemy Number 1: George Soros runs the gauntlet | The Economist

Public Enemy Number 1: George Soros runs the gauntlet | The Economist | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it

IN “MASQUERADE”, Tivadar Soros’s memoir of Nazi-occupied Budapest, he describes how he procured false IDs for fellow Jews, including his 14-year-old son George. The elder Soros’s approach to the forgeries is enlightening. With wealthy clients, he “asked for whatever the market would bear”. From the desperate he made nothing: “I felt that I was just a little responsible for everyone.” George posed as the godson of an official who conducted inventories of confiscated Jewish estates. “Without risks,” his father says of a time when each day was a life-or-death gamble, “there’s no life.”

An appetite for risk made George Soros a billionaire, but also made him enemies, as has his congenital philanthropy. In recent months these resentments have reached a new, alarming pitch. Two strands of criticism, in America and abroad, seem to have fused, a confluence epitomised by a pair of obscure letters sent by Republican politicians. A group of senators wrote to Rex Tillerson, the secretary of state, and a clutch of congressmen to the comptroller-general, taking aim at the same detail: the role of USAID, America’s foreign-aid agency, in Macedonia, specifically its collaboration with the local arm of Mr Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF).


Mr Soros has supported democratic reform in central and eastern Europe since he distributed photocopiers among activists in the 1980s. His programmes avowedly promote free media, fair elections and clean government, rather than opposition parties, but local autocrats often miss the distinction. The Kremlin, which blamed Mr Soros for peaceful uprisings in Russia’s ex-Soviet neighbours in the 2000s, kicked his affiliate out in 2015. Belarus and Uzbekistan have also given him the push.

A name to conjure with

As Russia revives its influence in Europe, antipathy to Mr Soros is redoubling: in Romania, Poland and especially Macedonia, where, amid a political crisis and allegations of graft and vote-rigging against a former prime minister, a “Stop Operation Soros” movement was launched. Meanwhile Viktor Orban—prime minister of Mr Soros’s native Hungary and himself a recipient of a Soros-funded scholarship—reviles his benefactor’s “transnational empire”. Hungary’s parliament passed a law that might close Central European University, which was founded by Mr Soros in 1991. Another pending law could be used against his foundation.

His political views and hefty donations have led to vitriol in America as well. Denunciations of George W. Bush and the Iraq war made him a bogeyman among right-wing fulminators and conspiracy theorists. His support for Hillary Clinton and disparagement of Donald Trump—an “impostor” and “would-be dictator”—have reinvigorated his assailants. Recently he has developed a controversial sideline in local prosecutorial races, from Louisiana to Illinois, betting that reformist prosecutors can help change the criminal-justice system. Sometimes the candidates he backs seem as baffled by his interest as their rivals, but 12 out of his 15 picks have won.

Still, even if they disliked his influence at home, mainstream American politicians of both parties have mostly endorsed his foreign goals. Now the distinction is crumbling, as the Macedonian letter shows. It is a bizarre intervention: American politicians are in effect aligning themselves with a far-away, scandal-plagued party that is also backed by Russia, and which has allies who have resorted to violence, while disparaging their own government and, of course, Mr Soros. They have got their facts wrong, too: USAID has never funded Mr Soros’s outfit in neighbouring Albania, as the senators alleged. In the scheme of the agency’s budget and the Foundations’, the sums involved are tiny.

In any case, Mr Soros’s infamy from the bayous to the Balkans is odd. He is certainly no saint. Some of his wealth comes from currency speculation, as when, short-selling the pound in 1992, he “broke the Bank of England”. He has a French conviction for insider trading in 1988. Yet he has given billions to worthy causes. Michael Vachon, a longtime adviser, points out that Mr Soros derives no personal benefit from his advocacy of, say, the rights of Roma or the abolition of the death penalty. In politics, Mr Vachon says, unlike many big-time donors he “is always lobbying for a public purpose, never for private gain”. Often he promotes policies, as on tax, that could cost him.

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The James Comey memo is an existential threat to Donald Trump's presidency

The James Comey memo is an existential threat to Donald Trump's presidency | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
The reporting coming out of The New York Times and CNN is explosive: Deposed FBI Director James Comey wrote a memo following a February 14 meeting with Donald Trump in which he says the President told him "I hope you can let this go" in regard to fired aide Michael Flynn's role in the ongoing investigation into Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 campaign.
Rob Duke's insight:
Note to CNN: expressing a hope about the outcome of the investigation isn't "the definition" of obstruction of justice.  In case you need any help finding the actual definition:

First, common law:
Generally, obstruction charges are laid when it is discovered that a person questioned in an investigation, other than a suspect, has lied to the investigating officers. However, in most common law jurisdictions, the right to remain silent can be used to allow any person questioned by police merely to deny answering questions posed by an investigator without giving any reason for doing so. (In such a case, the investigators may subpoena the witness to give testimony under oath in court, though the witness may then exercise their rights, for example in the Fifth Amendment, if they believe their answer may serve to incriminate themselves.) If the person willfully and knowingly tried to protect a suspect (such as by providing a false alibi) or to hide from investigation of their own activities (such as to hide their involvement in another crime), this may leave them liable to prosecution. Obstruction charges can also be laid if a person alters, destroys, or conceals physical evidence.[1] Obstruction charges may also be laid in unique situations such as refusal to aid a police officer, escape through voluntary action of an officer and refusing to assist prison officers in arresting escaped convicts.

Second, Federal Law:

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Alameda Sheriff Deputy's Arrest of Street Fruit Vendor Goes Viral and Draws Criticism | East Bay Express

Alameda Sheriff Deputy's Arrest of Street Fruit Vendor Goes Viral and Draws Criticism |     East Bay Express | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
The sheriff's office responded to these criticism in a lengthy Facebook post last night: "Some people have used this photo as an opportunity to criticize law enforcement and drive a wedge between us and our immigrant, minority and low income communities," the post states. "Sometimes photos can be deceptive," the sheriff's office continued.
Rob Duke's insight:
Even if the officer was enforcing a city ordinance, the stop and arrest is justified.  This is a community's police power to control how people engage in commerce.  Yeah, we know that the underground economy is going to happen, so we mostly ignore this stuff, but not when someone complains.  That can be because they're grumpy, or because of latent racism, but often it underlies some legitimate complaint such as: causes a traffic problem during school time....it restricts the whole sidewalk...it's noisy and he does it right by my bedroom when I'm trying to sleep.   Other times it can be because the legitimate local market feels like it's unfair competition: he doesn't pay rent, business license, or taxes and sells his wares for half what I can afford to sell for....this means I lose business and "good will" because my customers think I'm gouging them when I'm not.
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Comey’s testimony proves he’s the biggest loser

Comey’s testimony proves he’s the biggest loser | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Another casualty of his testimony was his description of a “blockbuster” Times story in February that alleged “repeated contacts” between Team Trump and Russian intelligence officials as “almost completely wrong.” That story, like most of the anti-Trump reporting lately in the Times and The Washington Post, was based on anonymous “current and former American officials.” The president has been madly tweeting about “fake news” for months, and here was a classic example of it.
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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler Calls For Shutdown Of 'Trump Free Speech,' Anti-Muslim Rallies

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler Calls For Shutdown Of 'Trump Free Speech,' Anti-Muslim Rallies | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has urged the federal government to revoke a permit for a “free speech” rally and to refuse a permit for an anti-Muslim march planned for Portland next week.

Wheeler made the request in light of a gruesome stabbing on a MAX light-rail train Friday, May 26. Two men died and another was seriously injured when they intervened to defend two teenage girls from a man’s bigoted tirade.

In a series of posts on Twitter, Wheeler said the events should be canceled.
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The Disappearance of Virtue From American Politics

The Disappearance of Virtue From American Politics | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Earnest talk of virtue is uncommon in American politics. Forget the low lows of 2016, a year defined by political cynicism and brutish behavior, or even these first months of 2017, which have been swallowed by dramatic revelations and relentless Washington in-fighting. At this point, the idea of a shared culture is almost unimaginable: America has been carved up into mutually exclusive spheres bounded by religion, race, income, and city-limit signs. Sasse is taking on a problem more challenging than getting legislation through Congress, courting disgruntled voters, or even figuring out what to do about America’s haphazard president. He’s trying to articulate a language of shared culture and values in a country that has been rocked by technological, cultural, and demographic change. It may be an imperfect attempt. But at least Sasse has identified the right project.
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The top awkward body language moments from Trump's first trip abroad

The top awkward body language moments from Trump's first trip abroad | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
Some of the president's body language during his first trip abroad was painfully awkward to watch.
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Iditarod blames PETA for loss of longtime race sponsor

Wells Fargo is severing its financial tie to the sled dog race after 29 years.
Rob Duke's insight:
Come to Alaska and watch these dogs work.  They love to pull a sled more than do the mushers....can't see that this is abuse.
Having said that PETA has become a business just like the Iditarod.  One feeds the other.
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British police warn of 'damage' to investigation from leaks

British police warn of 'damage' to investigation from leaks | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
"The British police have been very clear that they want to control the flow of information in order to protect operational integrity, the element of surprise," Rudd told BBC Radio 4's "Today" program. "So it is irritating if it gets released from other sources, and I have been very clear with our friends that that should not happen again."
Asked whether the leaks from US officials had compromised the ongoing investigation, Rudd said she "wouldn't go that far."
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CNN Host Becomes Irate at Former Navy SEAL for Dismissing Trump-Russia Reports

CNN host Kate Bolduan became irate at former Navy SEAL and Donald Trump supporter Carl Higbie on Tuesday after he dismissed reports that alleged the president shared classified information with Russian diplomats in the Oval Office last week.

Bolduan acknowledged Higbie had dealt with highly classified information in the past and asked if it scared him that Trump would share classified information with top Russian officials.

"I've been sitting here quietly listening to all this BS quite frankly. Did you listen to anything [White House National Security Adviser H.R.] McMaster said today?" Higbie asked Bolduan and the rest of the CNN panel. "Where he said, ‘I was in the room, that didn't happen?'"

Higbie was referring to remarks made by McMaster, who claimed that the president's decision to share sensitive intelligence with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak was "wholly appropriate" to the conversation they were having.
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Exclusive: Sources Say Chris Christie Gave Jared Kushner Legal Advice About Trump

Exclusive: Sources Say Chris Christie Gave Jared Kushner Legal Advice About Trump | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
The two, whose spokespeople deny this claim, used to be adversaries. But the New Jersey governor knows something about being investigated, and the president's son-in-law knows how Christie investigates.
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Will Donald Trump Be Impeached?

Will Donald Trump Be Impeached? | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it

1. The seriousness of the alleged offenses. Does the president’s behavior fall under the constitutional category of “high crimes and misdemeanors?” Have similar behaviors been the basis for impeachment proceedings in the past?
2. The partisanship of pivotal votes in Congress. How much partisanship is there in Congress? Other things held equal, how likely is the decisive 67th senator to vote to remove a president from his own party?
3. The president’s popularity. What are the president’s approval ratings? Does the public think he should be impeached? Has there been a “mandate” delivered by midterm elections or special elections? What do his numbers look like in states and congressional districts where members of Congress are on the fence about how to vote?
4. The president’s relationship with Congress. Does the president generally have good relations with congressional leadership? Is his party’s legislative agenda intact? Does Congress feel as though the balance of power has been upset? Is the president cooperating with investigations into his conduct, or antagonizing Congress instead?
5. Party control of Congress. Which party controls the House and — less importantly for impeachment purposes — the Senate?
6. The line of succession. Who would take over for the president? Do leaders of the president’s party regard the replacement as an acceptable — or even preferable — alternative to the president?

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According to Nate Silver, there are 6 factors in play...see above.
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Behold! Donald Trump and the mysterious glowing orb.

Behold! Donald Trump and the mysterious glowing orb. | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
The conjuring up of magic and memes became irresistible the moment President Trump, shrouded in darkness, laid hands on a glowing orb in Saudi Arabia.
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The activists’ echo-chamber: Labour’s dangerous safe space | The Economist

The activists’ echo-chamber: Labour’s dangerous safe space | The Economist | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
After launching his party’s election manifesto yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn took questions from the press.
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Students Sue Professor for Rubbing Out Pro-Life Chalk Messages

Students Sue Professor for Rubbing Out Pro-Life Chalk Messages | Moral Panics, Rent-Seeking Behavior & Fake News | Scoop.it
“College campuses are not free speech areas. Do you understand? Obviously, you don’t understand," the professor says on video.
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