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#politics

American Thinker: New York to be 'destroyed' by illegal immigrants? Force them to stay in Texas!
New York to be 'destroyed' by illegal immigrants? Force them to stay in Texas!


New York City Mayor Eric Adams believes that the influx of migrants will destroy New York City. The city has been overwhelmed with over 110,000 migrants, and Mayor Adams sees no end to the problem. He criticizes the Biden administration's unwillingness to secure the border and proposes potentially forcing migrants to stay in Texas. This has sparked concerns about the transparency and genuineness of Democrats' intentions. If Texas continues to be mistreated, it may seek independence once more.


Liberty Nation: Grand Jury Gone Wild – Georgia Edition
Grand Jury Gone Wild – Georgia Edition
The Fulton County grand jury recommends indictments for 39 people, including prominent GOP figures Lindsey Graham, David Perdue, and Kelly Loeffler, who challenged the 2020 election results. District Attorney Fani Willis, a hyper-partisan Democrat, indicts 19 people, including former President Donald Trump. The grand jury's composition and objectivity are questionable, as they targeted a large number of Republicans with a wide range of charges. It is concerning that names of those not charged were released, suggesting malice. The grand jury concluded there was no significant voter fraud in Georgia. The state's importance to Democrats' future electoral success suggests a transfer of power is occurring with consent from both parties.


#society

American Thinker: What to do when protesters glue themselves to things?
What to do when protesters glue themselves to things?
Glue-ins, a form of protest where individuals glue themselves to objects or surfaces, have become increasingly popular since 1997. Activist groups like Earth First! and Extinction Rebellion have used adhesive tactics to disrupt and draw attention to various issues. While there is no legal duty to rescue or remove glued protesters, authorities have discretion to remove them based on factors like safety, disruption, and public safety concerns. However, it is argued that leaving them in place may diminish the impact of their protests over time.


#education

National Review: The ACLU’s Free-Speech Sophistry Comes to Princeton
The ACLU’s Free-Speech Sophistry Comes to Princeton
Princeton University's freshman orientation event, supposedly about free speech and academic freedom, turned into an hour-long lecture promoting progressive ideas. The executive director of the ACLU, Anthony Romero, misrepresented the importance of free speech and endorsed cancel culture, urging students to push back against those with different beliefs. The university's administration should be ashamed for allowing such biased rhetoric to be presented as a defense of free speech.


National Review: Classroom Disciplinary Policies Are Increasingly Backward
Classroom Disciplinary Policies Are Increasingly Backward
Schools are facing controversies over disciplinary actions regarding free expression. Some districts are punishing students for misgendering classmates or wearing clothing with references to "drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or weapons." These incidents reflect a broader trend of dismantling punitive discipline in schools, but also raise questions about the boundaries of expression and the messages schools are transmitting to students.


#sports

American Thinker: An idea for how to give the NFL the Bud Light treatment
An idea for how to give the NFL the Bud Light treatment
If you're like me, you're angry at the NFL players disrespecting the National Anthem. The NFL's support for Black Lives Matter is also problematic. But giving up on the games is hard. The plan is to avoid participating in surveys, watch games in large crowds, or use technology that Nielsen and the NFL can't monitor. Let's make them pay.


#other

National Review: Maine’s Portland Museum Plans Expansion, Clobbers Its Collection with PC Trash
Maine’s Portland Museum Plans Expansion, Clobbers Its Collection with PC Trash
The Portland Museum of Art in Maine plans to undergo a $100 million expansion, adding more gallery space, a photography center, a lecture hall, artist studios, and classrooms. The design, however, raises concerns as the architect has no previous experience designing museums and is based on the opposite side of the country. The museum's focus on extreme environmentalism and community voices in their exhibitions also raises questions about the direction of their programming.