"The biggest government conspiracy of all is the claim that there are no government conspiracies!" -- Michael Rivero

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Texas Gov. and proud Zionist Greg Abbott is destroying the First Amendment in the Lone Star State, one edict about "antisemitism" at a time.

From now on, anyone who is caught saying the "wrong" things on a Texas college or university campus can be reported to law enforcement for "antisemitic" speech, specifically if they utter the phrase "from the river to the sea."

DEI 'Expert on White Supremacy' Laments No One Will Hire Him Because He's White ChrisMenahan

David Austin Walsh, an academic researcher on "white supremacy" and the "far-right," is going viral for lamenting on Twitter that no one will hire him because he's a white male.

Three weeks after a mob attacked pro-Palestinian activists encamped at the University of California, Los Angeles, police have made their first arrest in the violence, a man they say was seen in video footage beating victims with a wooden pole.

The suspect, identified as Edan On, 18, was taken into custody on Thursday in the city of Beverly Hills and booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, the UCLA Police Department said in a statement on Friday.

That Gen Z Americans have unique foreign policy views isn’t news, but the recent student-led protests over the Israel-Hamas war has highlighted the generational differences in this country and may portend a future political distancing of the U.S. from its long-time client in Tel Aviv.

“We are witnessing a great endangerment of academic freedom – and this has started since the beginning of Israel’s war on Gaza,” says Cecilia, an undergraduate student at Berlin’s Free University.

After her university published what she saw as a one-sided statement of support for Israel following the Hamas attacks of October 7, and students on campus began to experience an increase in Islamophobic harassment on campus, she and others formed a committee to show solidarity with Palestine and oppose Israel’s war in Gaza.

Denial of civil liberties, accompanied by punishment for anybody who exposes those violations, has become commonplace in contemporary America.

Yet, nothing that the nation has experienced — and that the more discerning protest — prepared us for the grotesque spectacle on display in the brutal suppression of free speech on university campuses.