Representatives of the NSCC, SGA and the graduate student union attributed the administration’s lack of transparency surrounding the investigation of purported fascist materials found from Snell Library as one of the reasons for the coalition.

The fact that this article doesn't specify what the supposed "fascist material" was that they found makes me think it's probably something dumb, like someone left their MAGA hat in the library.

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Left-wing late-night host Stephen Colbert offered yet another guest a chance to trash Trump on Friday and actor John Leguizamo was more than willing to play his part. But things got awkward pretty quick.

Sooooo when Johnny gets angry he needs to "let the rage out sexually"? That sounds like rape. Like, that honestly sounds like something a rapist would say.

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Khalil Abdur-Rashid, an adjunct professor of Islamic studies at Southern Methodist University and co-founder of the Islamic Seminary of America, has been appointed Harvard’s Muslim chaplain.

Muzi filth! Off our streets!

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How can a foreign country jail a person who isn't a citizen of their country?

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Germany faces the political and social challenges of migration. In 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced she would open borders to refugees, especially to those fleeing the war in Syria. This act immediately created a new reputation for Germany as being Europe’s most welcoming country. But sometimes well-meaning policies collide with realities on the ground. WCFIA Visiting Scholar Gökce Yurdakul and coauthor Hartmut Koenitz examine the political pressures that have challenged—and even warped—Merkel’s progressive goals toward migrants.  By Gökce Yurdakul and Hartmut Koenitz The immigration politics of Angela Merkel is a sensitive issue in our household. I told my partner Hartmut that we should write about Angela Merkel’s immigration and gender politics in time for her commencement speech at Harvard, and his reply was a curt “have fun.” I, Gökce, came to Germany as a Turkish immigrant a decade ago, and for immigrants like me, Merkel has been a symbol of encouragement. Her famous words “Wir schaffen das!” or “We can do it!” (similar to Obama’s “Yes, we can!”) illustrated the legacy of Merkel’s political office in one message: “Welcome to Germany; we will accommodate you.” Her statements felt like a green light for many of us immigrants, and showed more acceptance than migrants to Germany had seen in the last fifty-five years, ever since Germany’s guest worker agreements with Turkey and other southern European and North African countries1 sparked a wave of migration to Germany after World War II. My partner, Hartmut, on the other hand, takes an entirely different view. Whenever Angela Merkel’s politics is the topic of discussion in our home, he explains how for many Germans of his generation—people who were born in the 1970s in Germany—Merkel mostly represents a standstill, an extension of her mentor Helmut Kohl’s quest to keeping the status quo. In German media and politics, Merkel has been notoriously criticized in the past for her politics of Aussitzen (meaning “sitting out,” or stoically waiting for challenges to pass) as opposed to making fundamental changes, such as in the reform years of the Social Democratic and Green Party coalition (1998–2005) before her term.  But I don’t see stagnation in Merkel’s migration policy; I believe she has steered Germany in a more progressive direction. How do we explain our vastly different interpretations of Merkel’s politics? 

Muzis go home! No hate. No fear. Muslims are not welcome here!

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Girl: "Your sign isn't even an opinion. It's a fact." Pretty sure that's the single greatest self-own I've ever heard. She was probably too unaware to even realize it.

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Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer says he won't give interviews to Rebel Media. The media outlet crossed the line in its coverage of a white nationalis...

"That wasn't the question I asked, but lucky for you we're out of time so I can't ask it again." AHAHA!

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UFC 1: The Beginning from November 12, 1993. The inaugural Ultimate Fighting Championship featured an eight man tournament with no weight classes, no rules, ...

@22:17 Pretty sure I just witnessed a hate crime.

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Four Italians and two Swiss activists were taken into custody in France on Monday for helping a group of migrants cross over from Italy via the Alps, prosecutors said.

No hate! No fear! Muzis are not welcome here!

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IslamInSpanish, Houston, Texas. 107K likes. to Inspire, Lead, and Pioneer Solutions in Educating Latinos and Other Communities About Islam through Media...

Dirty muzis suck cock... Just like pedophile Momo and stinky allah. I hope every single one of you gets slaughtered.

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