Continental Breakfast

Hawaii prof demands that colleges ‘stop hiring white cis men’

A University of Hawaii professor recently claimed that universities should “stop hiring white cis men” until “the problem goes away.”

Mathematics professor Piper Harron never gets around to specifying which “problem” would be solved by culling cis white males from academia, but insists that “real solutions require women of color and trans women.”

Sheriff David Clarke Accepts Role in Trump Administration

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, one of Donald Trump’s biggest supporters accepted a role in the Trump administration. Mentioned as a possible replacement for James Comey at the FBI, Clarke will instead work at the Department of Homeland Security.

Swedish national day celebration moved due to Ramadan

As the Swedish national day on the 6th of June this year coincides with Ramadan, the Swedish Consulate in Jerusalem chose to move the national day celebration and held it a whole month earlier, on May 8.

The decision has attracted a lot of attention in social media and in particular on the consulate’s Facebook page where the comments are not gracious.

Venezuela’s Disaster Demonstrates Socialism’s Failure

While Americans are subjected to a political circus in our nation’s capital, riots, shortages, and repression are rocking the streets of Venezuela as their citizenry is finally fed up with Socialist President Nicolas Maduro’s rule.

Thousands have been arrested as inflation spirals into Weimar territory and Venezuelans are even losing large amounts of weight en masse from food shortages in one of the world’s most oil-rich nations. The Socialist experiment has neared the end of its natural and inevitable course in Venezuela.

Greenpeace says Canadian forestry lawsuit aims to silence critics

Greenpeace on Tuesday urged major publishing houses to not buy paper from a major Canadian forestry company that is suing the activist group.

The multimillion dollar lawsuit that Resolute Forest Products filed against Greenpeace last year is “aimed at muzzling civil society” and “intimidating critics,” the environmental group said.

Newly-freed Chelsea Manning says putting past behind her

“After another anxious four months of waiting, the day has finally arrived. I am looking forward to so much!” Manning, whose sentence was commuted by former president Barack Obama, said in a statement via her legal team.

“Whatever is ahead of me, is far more important than the past,” said the 29-year-old, who served seven of a 35-year sentence over one of the largest leaks of classified documents in US history.

Are you sure he didn’t say, “putting pants behind her”?

Late Justice Antonin Scalia Says Obama Gov’t Surveilled SCOTUS

Judge Andrew Napolitano is as good as his word. A couple of months ago, Fox News suspended him because they thought he was giving out inaccurate information about British Intelligence helping Barack Obama spy on Americans when he was President.

When Napolitano came back from suspension, he was asked if he would change his story, and he said no. Not even a week later, CNN reported a British intel agency gave Obama data, just like Napolitano has previously said.

Michael Moore working on secret Trump documentary

The announcement came as the Cannes Film Festival kicks off, with the Weinstein brothers revealing they will be backing Moore’s film, titled Fahrenheit 11/9.

The tile alludes to 9 November last year, the day when enough Americans voted for Donald Trump to make him president.

Polish PM: We cannot accept refugees

On Tuesday, the European Union said that Poland and Hungary have until June to start accepting refugees or face sanctions.

“I call on Poland and Hungary who have not relocated a single person … to start doing so right now,” EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos told reporters.

“If no action is taken by them before the next [Commission] report in June, the Commission will not hesitate to make use of its powers under the treaties and to open infringement procedures,” he added.

Balfour Declaration: Its Significance for Christian, Muslim, Jew

Jordan Peterson, a professor at University of Toronto, Salim Mansur, a professor at Western University, and Ezra Levant, co-founder of The Rebel Media will discuss on May 18, 2017 the Balfour Declaration and its current implications.

The event is sponsored by Canadians for Balfour 100, a project of the Speakers Action Group in cooperation with The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow and The Mozuud Freedom Foundation.