Morning Bell -> The Fruits of College Indoctrination + Trump Rips 9th Circuit, Next Stop for Asylum Case, as ‘Disgrace’

Morning Bell -> The Fruits of College Indoctrination + Trump Rips 9th Circuit, Next Stop for Asylum Case, as ‘Disgrace’

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Nov 21, 2018

Good morning from Washington, where President Trump looks to the Supreme Court to uphold his authority to set policy on granting asylum. Fred Lucas covers the president’s reaction to a judge’s ruling, as well as calls for congressional action. Lawmakers have an opportunity to reform prisons and improve public safety, John-Michael Seibler and Joe Luppino-Esposito write. Plus: Kelsey Harkness on the sorry priorities of New York’s mayor, Rachel Greszler on the new wave of female legislators, Dennis Prager on the tearing down of Churchill, and Walter Williams on the thin harvest of a college education.

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Hundreds of universities nationwide now maintain Orwellian systems that ask students to report—often anonymously—their neighbors, friends, and professors for any instances of supposed biased speech and expression.
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“It’s a disgrace what happens in the 9th Circuit,” says President Trump. “We will win this case in the Supreme Court.”
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Rep. John Rutherford, R- Fla., a former sheriff, explains that the First Step Act “is not about being soft on crime,” but “about reducing crime.”
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If Congress were to pass a gender quota law for legislators, as California did for boardrooms of corporations headquartered there, it would demean female legislators instead of applauding their successes.
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There was a lot of good news for pro-lifers in the 2018 election results—and proof that talking about pro-life values is the way to win over, not lose, voters.
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“Walmart does not belong in New York City,” de Blasio declares, while defending the city’s generous tax breaks for Amazon.
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“Churchill had no sympathy for the aggressive white supremacism of the Afrikaner … He wrote of a future South African society in which ‘Black is to be proclaimed the same as white … to be constituted his legal equal, to be armed with political rights,’” writes biographer Andrew Roberts.
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