Alana Mastrangelo

Alana Mastrangelo

University of Kansas to Offer Course on ‘Angry White Male Studies’

The University of Kansas will be offering a new course called “Angry White Male Studies” beginning in the 2019 fall semester. The course is said to examine the “angry white male” and the “deeper sources of this emotional state while evaluating recent manifestations of male anger.”

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Portland State University Creates ‘Free Speech Guide’ in Response to Executive Order

Portland State University reacted to President Donald Trump’s executive order on campus free speech by creating a “Free Speech Guide” to better explain what free speech is, as the university president seems to believe that a topic as basic as the unalienable right to free speech has to be explained to the campus community.

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Breitbart and Turning Point USA Team Up for Weekly Campus Segments on Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM

Turning Point USA (TPUSA) founder and Executive Director Charlie Kirk joined Breitbart News Editor in Chief Alex Marlow on Wednesday to announce that Breitbart News and TPUSA will team up for a new weekly campus segment on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily. Kirk said the weekly segments will give listeners the opportunity to hear firsthand accounts, “straight from the students,” about “the culture war that is happening on our college campuses.”

Alex Marlow, editor in chief of Breitbart News, and Charlie Kirk, President of TPUSA

Students Demand Pitzer College President Resign over Israel Program

Students at Pitzer College in Claremont, California, are demanding that the school’s president, Melvin Oliver, step down over his decision to keep the college’s study abroad program in Israel. Members of Pitzer’s student government introduced a “no confidence” resolution on Sunday, calling on Oliver’s “immediate resignation or removal from office.”

Pro Palestinian demonstrators march through central London on July 25, 2014 in London, England.

University of Arizona Students Charged with Misdemeanor After Heckling Border Patrol Agents

Two students at the University of Arizona have been charged with misdemeanors after harassing Border Patrol agents at a career fair last month. The students took videos of themselves heckling the agents by calling them “KKK” and chanting “murder patrol” while they followed them to their vehicles. The Border Patrol agents were on campus speak to criminal justice majors at a career fair.

Border Patrol agents search the Rio Grande River for illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico into the United States on Monday, March 26, 2018 near McAllen, Texas. An estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States, many of them Mexicans or from other Latin American countries. / …

Hofstra University Students Demand Removal of Thomas Jefferson Statue

Students at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York, demanded on Friday that the school remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson, arguing that it is not possible for the university to have the statue on campus while also being an institution that “prides itself on diversity and inclusion.” Students also called on the university to train its faculty and professors to behave in a more politically correct manner.

Official Presidential portrait of Thomas Jefferson, 1800

Beloit College Cancels Erik Prince Speech Amid Protests

Administrators at Beloit College in Wisconsin canceled a scheduled speaking appearance by former Navy SEAL officer and Blackwater USA founder Erik Prince on Wednesday after student protesters banged on drums and created a barricade made of chairs on the stage where Prince was expected to deliver his remarks.

Former Blackwater contractor in Myanmar security venture

Mike Pence at TPUSA Event: ‘Censorship Is the Tool of a Coward’

Vice President Mike Pence spoke at Turning Point USA’s Midwest Regional Conference on Friday, where he told students and activists that “censorship is the tool of a coward” and that there is a “battle over the closing of the American mind” on college campuses today. Pence added that the Trump administration “will not stand idly by and allow public institutions to violate their students’ constitutional rights.”

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Office Depot Settles with FTC over Tech Support Scam

Office Depot and California-based tech support firm Support.com have agreed to settle for $35 million after being charged by the FTC on allegations that the companies scammed customers into spending millions of dollars on unnecessary services.

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University of Minnesota Students & Staff Offended by ‘Green Book’ Producer as Commencement Speaker

Students and staff at the University of Minnesota have taken offense over the school’s decision to host film producer Jim Burke as its 2019 commencement speaker, alleging that his film Green Book does not properly portray race issues. “It’s a feel-good, happy film that suggests, ‘Hey, racism is over in an era of [President] Donald Trump,” said one faculty member.

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USC Student Government to Vote on ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Resolution

The USC student government held a meeting on Tuesday to consider three resolutions, one of which included calling on the university to make USC a “sanctuary campus” for illegal alien students, and to forbid the school’s Department of Public Safety from working with ICE.

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Notre Dame Students Host ‘Leggings Day’ to Protest Catholic Mother

Students at the University of Notre Dame hosted “Leggings Day” on Tuesday in protest of a Catholic mother who wrote a letter to the editor suggesting that the young women have more respect for their own bodies, especially while attending Mass at the Basilica with her family.

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Harvard University Will Remove Portraits of Former President to Make Students Happy

Harvard University plans to remove portraits of one of its former university presidents, Abbott Lawrence Lowell, from a building named after him on campus, as two incoming faculty Deans suggest that students should not have to see photos of the former president while they’re “eating Cheerios” in the dining hall.

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Towson University Professor Asks Students to Draw Themselves Naked, Forbids Pro-Life Project

A professor at Towson University has allegedly blocked a student from writing about her pro-life views for an assignment in which students were told they could choose their own topics. Instead, the professor allegedly encouraged students to write positively about Planned Parenthood, and has also given students untoward in-class assignments that involved students drawing themselves naked, and revealing what “turns them on and off.”

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University of Arizona Students Harass Border Patrol Agents, Call Them ‘KKK,’ ‘Murder Patrol’

Two U.S. Border Patrol agents were harassed by leftist students at a career fair at the University of Arizona last week, who took videos of the agents while one student taunted the two men, calling them “an extension of the KKK.” Students then proceeded to follow the two agents through school hallways and outside to their vehicles, while repeatedly chanting “murder patrol” at them.

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19 Politicians, Hollywood Stars, Media Elites Who Fantasized for Years About Mueller Indicting Trump

Politicians, Hollywood stars, and media elites spent roughly two years echoing the words “Mueller is closing in” as they fantasized about President Donald Trump and his family being indicted over so-called Russian collusion during the 2016 presidential election. But on Sunday, the Department of Justice announced that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation did not find evidence that the president’s campaign “conspired or coordinated” with the Russian government, “despite multiple offers from Russian-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign.”

Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather discusses the crucial role of the media in shaping perceptions of the Vietnam War at the LBJ Presidential Library on Wednesday, April 28, 2016. He was joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Peter Arnett for the “War and the Fourth Estate” panel discussion that was …

Police: Three Arrested After Arson Attack on Tulane Turning Point USA President’s Dorm Room

Three individuals have been arrested for aggravated arson after allegedly setting a dorm room door on fire during the late hours of Friday night at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Although the motive behind the arson still remains unclear, one of the students living in the targeted dorm room is the president of Tulane’s Turning Point USA chapter, and had recently been “doxed” by leftists seeking to “expose” members of TPUSA and Young American for Liberty (YAL).

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Charlie Kirk: President Trump Recognizes the Importance of the Culture War

Turning Point USA founder and Executive Director Charlie Kirk told Breitbart News that President Donald Trump “recognizes the importance of the culture war” and that when the president sees his supporters — as well as constitutional liberties — under attack, he “has an obligation to have their backs.” Kirk offered his remarks in a Saturday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Matt Boyle.

Trump retweets theory that Paris rioters 'want Trump'

UMass Amherst: Conservative Student Rejected from Serving on Student Government

A conservative student has been rejected from serving as a student senator on the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Student Government Association. The student says that he was denied due to his political views in a meeting where he was subjected to disrespect and mockery by his own peers.

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These Hollywood Celebrities Fantasized About Robert Mueller Indicting Donald Trump

Hollywood celebrities spent nearly two years incessantly fantasizing about special counsel Robert Mueller indicting President Donald Trump over so-called Russian collusion during the 2016 presidential election. But on Friday, Mueller produced his report on possible collusion to Attorney General William Barr and recommended no further indictments against Trump campaign associates.

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Charlie Kirk: ‘Cartel of the Colleges’ Is Not Happy About Trump’s Executive Order on Campus Free Speech

Turning Point USA founder and Executive Director Charlie Kirk told Breitbart News that “the cartel of the colleges” is not happy about President Donald Trump’s recent executive order regarding free speech on college campuses, as the “intellectual tyrants” of academia “believe there’s no consequences for them, whatsoever.” Kirk offered his remarks in a Friday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

Charlie Kirk speaking to TPUSA Latinos

Georgia Southern University Calls Police on Students Exercising Free Speech

Students at Georgia Southern University were confronted by school staff and campus police last week while recruiting members for the Turning Point USA student group on campus. Staff told the conservative students that they needed to “fill out paperwork” in order to exercise free speech at the public university, and then proceeded to call the police when the students did not leave the public grounds.

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