Author and writer Ann Coulter joins the Federalist Radio Hour to talk 2020 and why immigration remains an extremely popular issue among the conservative base.
Colleges need to start treating their students and outside agitators like adults. Students who disrupt events should face fines and expulsion.
We discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of Trump’s actions regarding immigration with Ann Colter and Mark Krikorian on the Federalist Radio Hour.
This is the stage some of us have been waiting for: when Trump tacks back to the Left, makes nice with Democrats, and sells out his core supporters.
This setback at UC-Berkeley will only ensure that the next confrontation is more brutal, because when rioters win it justifies their aggression.
Thanks to the attention to UC-Berkeley’s treatment of Ann Coulter, colleges should be aware that if they restrict the free speech rights of conservative students, they could face lawsuits.
As governor of California, Ronald Reagan had to deal with rioting at UC-Berkeley. He sure didn’t tell police to stand down, like officials have for recent protests of conservative speakers.
The university isn’t really concerned about campus safety. It just wants to make student rioters happy.
Like their pampered and delicate Victorian forbearers, today’s students cannot handle the horrors of everyday life, and are obsessed with self-care.
In a statement to the Washington Post, University of California-Berkeley spokesman Dan Mogulof described the cancellation as an effort ‘to keep students and the speaker herself safe.’
Progressive college students seem to think violence is okay as long as it’s silencing ‘hate speech.’ Someone should tell them there’s no such thing.
The Right’s favorite mouthy pundit has just written ‘In Trump We Trust,’ but is her case for His Royal Orangeness at all convincing?
If Trump can ‘soften’ on immigration and bring some of his core supporters with him, that could be a positive thing in his otherwise tumultuous legacy.
The week Ann Coulter’s book ‘In Trump We Trust’ rolls out, she learns no, no we cannot.
Pouncing on Hillary Clinton for saying she ‘short-circuited’ or insisting Donald Trump proposed assassinating her are examples of the outrage machine’s intentional lies for political gain. Make it stop.
Paul Ryan’s easy victory over his primary challenger shows that Trump hasn’t transformed the Republican Party.
When your most loyal media supporter is saying you’re mental, it should send a message to any normal campaign that you ought to reconsider your course.
Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Donald Trump shows what happens when we put personality over principle.
The frustration driving efforts for ‘language unity’ is not so much about English as it is about our leaders’ refusal to secure the borders and provide a more sane immigration policy.
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