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Freedom of Speech: Flag-Burning Should Be Legal

National Review (Pixabay) Among the freedoms that the flag stands for is our freedom of speech. Over the weekend, President Trump tweeted his support for…

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First Step Act: 1,151 Crack Sentence Reductions

National Review President Trump with Alice Johnson, former prisoner and FIRST STEP Act beneficiary, during the 2019 Prison Reform Summit and FIRST STEP Act Celebration…

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Researchers Say Dodgeball Teaches Kids ‘Oppression’

National Review Players at the Epic Pro Dodgeball event at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Kissimmee, Fla., January 23, 2019. (Kirby Lee/USA TODAY…

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Help NR Defend Free Speech on Campus

National Review (Charles Mostoller) Your support will help sustain the battle for free speech at America’s colleges. To me, it seems pretty obvious that socialism…

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Ohio High School Elimanates Valedictorian, Salutatorian Titles for Students’ Mental Health

National Review (Pixabay) This is a move that takes something away from some students, while likely not doing anything for anyone else. A high school…

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Kirsten Gillibrand Blames Sexism for Low Poll Numbers

National Review Senator Kirsten Gillibrand speaks at the We the People Summit in Washington, D.C., April 1, 2019. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) Using ‘sexism’ as an explanation…

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Columbia College Students Complains that White Actors Cast in Palestinian Roles

National Review (Pixabay) Crying racism where it so clearly does not exist is incredibly damaging — because it trivializes the real examples of racism that…

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Campus Police Chief Put on Leave After Liking Trump, NRA Tweets

National Review (Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters) What we need is more communication, less cancellation — because the latter makes the former impossible. Mount Holyoke College announced on…

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UC Berkeley Easter-Egg Hunt: Parents Must Sign Waiver Due to Kids’ ‘Risk of Death’

National Review A young child participates in the White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, D.C., April 2, 2018. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) What’s next, a waiver…

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Trigger Warnings Don’t Work — Study Says Trigger Warnings Are Basically Useless

National Review (Wolfgang Rattay/REUTERS) Research like this shows that questioning these kinds of things can actually have some value. A new study in the Clinical…

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