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Breitbart’s Ben Shapiro Prepares for ‘Crashing the Safe Space’ at Mizzou

On Thursday night, Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large and DailyWire.com Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro will be speaking at the University of Missouri. His lecture, sponsored by Young America’s Foundation, is scheduled to take place at Ellis Auditorium on the Columbia campus at 6 PM Central Time. The talk is titled “Truth Is A Microaggression.”

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Willie Brown Calls Mizzou ‘Absolutely Awesome’

On Saturday, former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown, weighing in on the University of Missouri (“Mizzou”) brouhaha that led to the resignation of university president Tim Wolfe, wrote in the San Francisco Chronicle that the events were “absolutely awesome” for civil rights.

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Black Activists Double Down on Hate with #F***Paris Hashtag

Resentful black activists and their comrades started a backlash against the huge public sympathy for the Parisian victims of the Islamist terror war. On Sunday, they used Twitter’s hashtag #FuckParis to reveal their emotional reaction to their loss of attention. Breitbart News’ Milo

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Mizzou Misérable: Here’s What These Fascist Student Protesters Are Actually Demanding

The kiddie Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact is in full swing. One the one hand, we’ve got the Pantywaist Fascists too timid to handle “microaggressions” but just aggressive enough to call the cops for hurt feelings, the racists who ban white students from their “safe spaces,” and their weak-kneed allies calling for “muscle” against reporters. On the other, we’ve got the intellectual flotsam of the Occupy Wall Street movement, insisting that the one-percenters at the banks that grant loans now hand that money over for free so that they can use it for their vital degree in gender studies and their concentration in lesbian dance theory.

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Leftist Media Picked Missouri Mob over Vanderbilt Rape Victims

America is again engulfed in a barrage of grievance-driven tumult brought to us by victim-focused racial identity demagogues, who have long-preferred theatricality over reality. Although the flood of media attention on purported incidences of racism at the University of Missouri has forced the school’s president to resign, it also overshadowed another vexing social malady.

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Occupy Returns to UCSD in ‘Million Student March’

The UCSD Million Students March was held in solidarity with approximately 115 campuses around the country and the University of Missouri (“Mizzou”) throughout the day. Students are also demanding free tuition, student debt forgiveness, and a $15 per hour minimum wage for campus employees.

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Mizzou Student Files Charges Against Professor Melissa Click

Mark Schierbecker, the Mizzou student behind the video catching the University of Missouri’s communications professor Melissa Click calling for pushback against the media, preventing the protest from being covered, filed charges against her with the University of Missouri police department.

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Many Missouri Football Players DID NOT Support Boycott

While the Social Justice Worriers and mighty clueless Multi-Cultural fascists at the University of Missouri have already gotten their way, it’s worth pointing out a story the mainstream media opted to not play up – a large number of Mizzou football players never supported the boycott that led to the resignation of former university president Tim Wolfe.

Ralph Webb #7 of the Vanderbilt Commodores dives over the pile for a touchdown against the Missouri Tigers during the first half at Vanderbilt Stadium on October 24, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by

Hundreds of Yale Students Protest Alleged Racism on Campus

A twisted string of allegations about racism on the campus of Yale University led hundreds of students to protest Monday, just days after a conference on the future of free speech was disrupted by allegations of racism and two weeks after protests against alleged racism and cultural insensitivity were held over student Halloween costumes.

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