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Here at the NRA, we love football. This is America, after all….
The board that governs the 14 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities plans to seek public reaction to a proposed controversial policy dictating where concealed weapons can be carried on campuses over the next couple months.
The exposé on Cory Booker’s imaginary thug pal T-Bone is a pretty big story. One that the super-hip and current BuzzFeed should totes be all over. Right?
Or maybe not so much:
The Daily Show’s John Oliver caught Secular Pro-Life’s attention because of an ignorant remark he made about a North Carolina Senate bill that addressed both abortion safety regulations and Sharia law. Oliver said, “Let me just understand this: You’re adding abortion restrictions to legislation banning the making of laws based upon religious belief. That’s like passing a bill banning high fructose corn syrup, and adding a provision naming the state animal the gummy bear!”
Public policy researcher Wang Feng slammed the One-Child Policy at an academic conference in Beijing last month. Wang, who works for the Brookings Tsinghua Center for Public Policy Research, delivered his bold criticism in an interview with Chinese media outlet Sohu Finance.
“I believe history will judge the One-Child Policy as worse than the Cultural Revolution,” Wang said. “The Cultural Revolution only hurt Chinese people for a short time, but the One-Child Policy will influence more than one generation. We have only seen the beginning.”
The US State Department this past week released its yearly, “Trafficking in Persons Report.” China received an automatic downgrade to the lowest ranking, Tier 3, for being a destination country for sex-trafficking.
The State Department acknowledged the one-child policy as the “key source of demand” for sex-trafficking and forced prostitution within the country, but remained silent regarding the abolition of the harmful policy in its list of policy recommendations for China.
A senior government official in Myanmar expressed support on Tuesday for a Two-Child Policy for the Muslim Rohingya minority. First implemented in 2005, the policy aims to control the Muslim population in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.
“This will benefit the [Rohingya] women,” said Khin Yi, Myanmar’s Minister of Immigration and Population, in an interview with Reuters. “Almost all of the [Rohingya] women are very poor, uneducated. It is not easy to take care of the children. The Two-Child Policy or Three-Child Policy is enough for these people.”
Recent reports from China show coercion in China’s infamous one-child policy is once again on the rise. Women in the southern city of Huizhou are being targeted for sterilization. Those who have one child are being forced to wear IUDs. Those who have two children are subject to tubal ligation. Those who bear an “illegal” child are being denied all government services. This means life without access to schools, hospitals, retirement benefits, etc.
Univ. of Colorado Begins ‘Bold Experiment’ — Appoints Professor of ‘Conservative Thought and Policy’
The University of Colorado-Boulder is attempting a “bold” new experiment — hiring a professor of “conservative thought and policy.”
Appointed to a one-year term beginning this fall, Dr. Steven Hayward joins the university thanks in part to over $ 1 million in private funds donated to the cause.
Spanish-language network Univision will interview President Obama about his immigration pander plan tomorrow. We assume the anchors will pose as objective, neutral questioners. But the above tweet from the network reveals a rather biased, and rather shallow, perspective on the topic.
So most of us came from somewhere else.
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