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German city promotes wearing the burqa using taxpayer money

The Adult Education Centre (VHS) in Dresden will present a course next summer called: Dress codes in Islam. Participants can test burqas and other ‘women oppressing’ Islamic garments.

According to the course book “colourful headgears make curious about the wearers” and people can try out “how a burqa feels”.


College Students Can Report Each Other For Social Media Comments On Politics And Religion

Colleges now encourage students to become a self-governing body of secret police in the vein of Robespierre, where they can report each other for saying something “offensive” on social media.

According to Reason, as many as 100 campuses have enacted a system where students can report each other for something known as “bias incidents” – the sin of uttering something offensive.


After untrue hijab assault, it’s still important to denounce hate crimes: Wynne

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is defending her comments against hate crime following an alleged attack on an 11-year-old Toronto girl wearing a hijab that later turned out to be untrue.

The Grade 6 student told school officials — and the media at a news conference — last Friday that a man approached her from behind and cut her hijab.

Shortly after the alleged attack was reported, Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory called it a “cowardly act of hatred.”


Incoming New Jersey Governor Wants to Create an Entire Agency to Protect Illegal Immigrants

Newly inaugurated New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy plans to establish the Garden State as a bastion of far-left policies, including a first-of-its-kind government agency devoted exclusively to protecting the rights of legal and illegal immigrants alike.

Murphy, a Democrat and former Goldman Sachs financier who was swept into office on the back of former Gov. Chris Christie’s historically low approval ratings, told The Washington Post he plans to operationalize the sentiment behind the “sanctuary” movement by establishing an Office of Immigrant Defensive Protection.


Ontario may provide public sectors with more minimum wage help: Wynne

Ontario’s Liberal government has put millions of dollars toward helping licensed child-care centres and developmental services cope with a minimum wage increase, and the premier says help for other such publicly funded sectors may be on the way.

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