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College Encourages Lively Exchange Of Idea

BOSTON—Saying that such a dialogue was essential to the college’s academic mission, Trescott University president Kevin Abrams confirmed Monday that the school encourages a lively exchange of one idea. 70 more words


Judge Tosses Seattle's Absurd Ordinance Requiring Warrantless Garbage-Can Searches

National Embarrassment: Seattle Public Utilities Privacy Violating Ordinance Laughed Out of Court.

Under the 2015 ordinance, garbage collectors were required to determine by “visual inspection” whether more than 10 percent of a trash can’s contents were made up of recyclable items or food waste. 325 more words

'One Boy's Grades Improved' says Brianne Altice, Former Utah English Teacher Accused of Sex with Students

The parents claim the school did nothing when employees complained about Altice’s behavior with students.

A former teacher in Utah who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges made surprising admissions in a written response filed Tuesday in federal court. 189 more words


[VIDEO] Gavin McInnes' Guide to How to Move to Canada (if Trump Becomes President)

Canadian writer and comedian, Gavin McInnes, offers advice to Americans who are planning to move to Canada if Donald Trump becomes the next president.

Source: likecool.com


Shots Fired: Man In Panda Suit Threatens to Set Off Bomb at Fox Baltimore Station

A man who threatened to set off a bomb in the offices of Fox 45 Baltimore Thursday afternoon, forcing authorities to evacuate the building, walked outside before shots were fired by police and he fell to the ground. 233 more words


Ronald Reagan Writes Margaret Thatcher on 'Dark Day' of Fall of Saigon, this Week in 1975

Ronald Reagan writes Margaret Thatcher on “dark day” of fall of Saigon, this week 1975: pic.twitter.com/Zz9a4xMj9V

— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) April 28, 2016