Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Work day



Did anyone remember to thank Donald for getting rid of ISIS in 30 days? #promiseskept



Should we worry because Trump wants fact checkers arrested?


Today appears to be a work day for me.  Against my will I might add.
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Who would have thought these would be popular?  I think the moral is "be careful how you politic"



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Two People Die in Separate Eating Competitions in Connecticut and Colorado

by jonathanturley
caitlin-nelson-facebook-3image1_1491240579424_9136742_ver1.0We have previously discussed (and here and here and )the liability issues associated with eating competitions.  This week we have see two deaths in pancake eating and doughnut eating competitions.  Caitline Nelson, 20, died at a fraternity and sorority event at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.  Travis Malouff, 42, died in a giant donut competition in Denver, Colorado.
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President Trump lavished praise on President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt during their Oval Office meeting on Monday, saying,
Trump Shifts Course on Egypt, Praising Its Authoritarian Leader

By PETER BAKER and DECLAN WALSH

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt got just what he was looking for: validation from an American president after the cold shoulder of the recent past.
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Trump supporter presented by big sister (note bag of Cheetos)



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Northern Arizona President Under Fire For Refusing To Commit To “Safe Spaces”

by jonathanturley
DrRitaCheng15_004MedNorthern_Arizona_University_logo.svgpreviously wrote a column on the need for academics to rally around the University of Chicago, which has taken a courageous stand in support of free speech by rejecting speech codes and "safe spaces."  Some schools have followed UChicago's lead.  The latest is Northern Arizona University where President Rita Cheng decided to stand firm on the free speech foundations for our academic institutions. The result has been demands from students and faculty that she resign for her fealty to free speech and refusal to create "safe spaces". It is another example of the rising intolerance and taste of speech regulation on our campuses.
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