Australia – Free Speech Struck Down As Transgender Skeptic Bullied Out Of University Lecture

The social justice left-wing ideology that is pushing to give hormones to children as young as 3 to change their gender is not willing to hear someone with an opinion that contradicts their own. Students at the University of Western Australia couldn’t even stand to hear American pediatrician Quentin Van Meter speak so they decided to bully him out of his speaking appearance.

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Cautious conservatism in Canada won’t outshine Trudeau

Andrew Scheer, the head of Canada’s Conservative Party, is a nice man, a bright man, and by any objective standard, a man capable of running the country.

However, Scheer has 14 months to make the case that he would not merely make a decent prime minister, but a better one than Justin Trudeau. Only by doing so can he convince voters to make the relatively unprecedented move of unseating an incumbent Canadian majority government after a single term.

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Massachusetts Republican beats trans driver’s license bill by forcing votes on all 73 genders

“One way or another, progressivism is always a death sentence. So we may as well turn it around and use it on its perpetrators whenever we get the chance,” Conservative Review’s Steve Deace said of the incident. “That doesn’t mean becoming like them, but understanding their con and endlessly harassing them with its real-world applications.”

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Imam at Didsbury mosque where Manchester bomber and his family worshipped was recorded ‘calling for armed jihad’ in sermon six months before deadly attack

Mustafa Graf encouraged followers to ‘take action‘ at the Didsbury Mosque in Manchester on December 16, 2016.

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Thirty men charged with sexually abusing girls in West Yorkshire

The allegations against the defendants relate to non-recent sexual offences dating back to between 2005 and 2012. They relate to five women who say they were abused as children in the Huddersfield area between the ages of 12 and 18.

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Nearly half of Americans don’t want a self-driving car: survey

Consumers’ interest in automatic braking and other autonomous features is high, but drivers view self-driving cars as less safe compared to a similar survey conducted two years ago. Forty-nine percent of respondents said they would never own a fully-autonomous car, known in the industry as a Level 5 vehicle. Two years ago, 30 percent said they would never buy one.

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