They’re feeling so triggered nowadays.

They want to be able to:

1. break federal laws;
2. be able to not take exams;
3. get their student loans forgiven

I think if Trump would pull the federal tit from Universities and gut the student loan program this happy horseshit would stop in no time.

Students across the country are asking for their schools to be “sanctuary campuses” for undocumented students, meaning university administrators would ignore federal immigration law and refuse to share information about undocumented students with immigration officials.

Several schools have already declared themselves sanctuary campuses, including Portland State University, Reed College, and Columbia University.

“It’s really important for students to feel safe while they’re going to school.”

To find out more about what motivates students to support the sanctuary campus movement, Campus Reform visited George Washington University, where many students participated in a pro-sanctuary walk-out several weeks ago.

The students interviewed were overwhelmingly in favor of GW becoming a sanctuary campus, calling it a “great thing,” and claiming that undocumented students “have a right to be going to this school” because “it’s really important for students to feel safe while they’re going to school.”

Since the GW students were asking their administration to ignore federal law, Campus Reform asked if they wanted the campus to be a “sanctuary” from other laws, as well.

“What about a sanctuary campus where student loan laws don’t affect you here?” Campus Reform asked.

“Oh, absolutely,” responded one student, while another agreed, saying, “Yes, that’d be cool.”

Students were also on board with making GW a sanctuary campus from underage drinking laws, because students “would feel safer” if they could drink and go to parties without breaking the law.

“I do agree with that one,” declared one student.

“Yeah, I think it [campus] should be a safe space for everybody,” replied another, explaining, “I don’t think anybody should be judged.”

Some students even went so far as to say that campus should be a safe space from final exams, given recent stress from the 2016 election.

“School’s been really stressful especially after the Trump election,” one student vented. “Like, it’s really hard to focus on your studies when there’s so much else going on.”

Throughout the day, Campus Reform spoke with just one student who refused to support the idea of ignoring federal laws on campus.

“I don’t believe in harboring criminals,” the student, who said he voted for Donald Trump, told Campus Reform. “I think, it’s against the law, we have to enforce federal law where it stands.”

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The Obongo Regime is telling WW II vets to basically get over it when dealing with Pearl Harbor.

The sooner these America hating fucks leave Washington the happier I will become.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said during a press conference Monday it was natural for World War II veterans to be “embittered” about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Pearl Harbor, but they should get over it for the sake of America.

It was announced Monday that Abe will be the first Japanese leader to visit Pearl Harbor since it was hit by a surprise attack that killed 2,403 Americans and brought the U.S. into World War II. The visit reciprocates President Barack Obama’s visit to Hiroshima earlier this year for the anniversary of the atomic bomb attack on the city.

Abe said in a short statement he would pray for those who died in the war, but gave no indication he would express regret for Japan’s surprise attack.

During a White House press briefing Monday, Earnest was asked whether veterans may be offended by Abe’s visit if he expressed no regret over the attack.

Earnest responded by saying veterans may very well feel “embittered,” especially if they personally fought in World War II.

“If I were a World War II veteran who was drafted by the United States military to go and fight for our country overseas in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack, I might feel quite embittered, and I think it would be a perfectly natural and understandable human reaction to not be particularly satisfied with the words of the Japanese Prime Minister,” Earnest said.

But Earnest followed up by saying those veterans should overcome those feelings for the good of the country.

“Yes, there may be some who feel personally embittered,” he said. “But I’m confident that many will set aside their own personal bitterness, not because they’re personally satisfied by the words of the Prime Minister, but because they recognize how important this moment is for the United States.”

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However, the bleeding hearts rights groups are livid.

Why? France just sent a guy to jail for visiting websites.
ISIS websites.

In a ruling that has human rights groups upset, a French man was sentenced to 2 years in prison for repeatedly visiting pro-ISIS websites — even though there no indication that he was planning to stage any type of terrorist attack. The unidentified 32-year-old was convicted in a court in Ardèche this past Tuesday under a controversial new law. According to The Verge, police discovered the man’s browsing history after raiding his house. They found pro-ISIS imagery and execution videos on his phone, PC, and a USB device. His PC sported an ISIS flag as its wallpaper, and the computer password was “13novembrehaha,” a rather pointed reference to the date terrorists killed 130 people in Paris. Police said he had been visiting jihadist websites for 2 years.

Officials came across this man while checking out someone else in the same region, and they’re allowed to conduct warrentless searches and surveillance under French state of emergency laws.

More: Google will begin showing anti-Islamic State ads to counter terrorism in North America

The man defended his surfing habits in court, saying he visited the sites out of curiosity. On FranceBleu, he said “I wanted to tell the difference between real Islam and the false Islam, now I understand.” The Verge also adds that the man’s behavior had recently changed, as he became irritated when discussing religion, and had taken to wearing harem pants and a long beard. In prison since November 25, he will also have to pay a €30,000 fine. (A bit over $31,000 USD.) Prior to this, he wasn’t on the radar of any security agency, and only had some petty crimes in his background.

Patrick Baudouin is the honorary president of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH). He termed the sentence as “excessive,” and said judicial standards in France have been relaxed as a result of the emphasis on security. “The consultation of a site does not define a person as a terrorist,” he stated.

The conviction is part of a new law that makes the “habitual” viewing of terrorist-themed websites a crime. You get a pass if you’re visiting those websites “in good faith,” for “research, to inform the public, or for judicial purposes.”

France has been locking down certain sections of its internet in order to stem the tide of online radicalization. The country passed a law after the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks that lets the government block sites that promote terrorism, and it doesn’t need a court order to do so. Intelligence services were also given broad surveillance powers under a law that some call a “French Patriot Act.”

The Constitutional Council is the highest court in the land, and it will consider whether the new website law is constitutional within the next 3 months, according to Reuters. Le Parisien says 13 cases have been brought under the law since mid-October. France has also taken an online offensive, known as #toujourslechoix (“always the choice”). Its purpose is to deter young people — the most impressionable — from joining terrorist causes.

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VMI, a prestigious military academy, is passing out coloring books to its special snowflakes who are triggered or need safe spaces.

And these little fuckers will soon be colonels, generals, and admirals.

We’re fucked.

A prestigious private military school is providing coloring books for cadets to deal with stress.

The Virginia Military Institute, the first state-sponsored military college in the country founded in 1839, offers a “stress busters” program to provide students with yoga classes to “unwind and relax.”

“Beginning in the 2016-2017 academic year, the Cadet Peer Educators (CPEs) will merge with cadet government under the Cadet Equity Association’s (CEA) Training and Education branch. As such, the formerly known CPEs are now members of CEA,” according to the school’s website. “All CEA trained educators are nationally certified through the BACCHUS™ network to assist with new cadet development, education/prevention programs, and individual peer support for a broad range of topics such as stress management, alcohol and tobacco, interpersonal relationships, bystander intervention, and suicide prevention. Trained peer educators are interviewed, selected, trained and advised by Cadet Government and the Center of Cadet Counseling.”

The school said “peer educators” will still provide “Stress Busters” programs for students, which includes an event that lets cadets color.

“Stress Busters is held on Reading Day of each semester,” the school said. “This is an opportunity for cadets to unwind and relax before studying for finals. This event often includes stress reduction activities such as yoga, therapy dogs, coloring book stations, card/game stations, and grab-and-go snacks to take with you on your way to study!”

The school’s Cadet Peer Educators program offers a “bystander intervention” program to teach cadets to “identify barriers to bystander intervention, establish skills/techniques to intervene, and to provide [Virginia Military Institute] and Lexington resources to all cadets in attendance.”

The school also posts flyers on health in bathroom stalls.

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SEIU Texas declares bankruptcy.

The Texas chapter of one of the nation’s most powerful unions filed for bankruptcy after losing a multi-million dollar lawsuit for its smear campaign against a Houston janitorial company.

A jury ordered Service Employees International Union Texas, also known as SEIU District Five, to pay Professional Janitorial Service of Houston $7.8 million in September for making false claims about the company during a campaign to rally support from workers and local activists.

A Texas judge rejected the union’s request for a mistrial on November 15 and ordered it to hand over files associated with the case to the company for discovery.

The union said that filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection reflects the best interests of its members given the costly judgement.

“This filing ensures that our union will remain open for business, representing members at the bargaining table and maintaining the vital role the union plays in helping working Houstonians have a voice at work, protecting them from unfair employers, and building a better future for their families,” SEIU Texas President Elsa Caballero said in a statement. “Bankruptcy is a common process provided under the law to protect organizations—such as corporations, non-profits, unions etc.—and allows us to seek temporary relief from our debt while we continue to pursue our appeal of an unfair judgment.”

Brent Southwell, the CEO of the janitorial company, said it plans to continue seeking information from the union to ensure that it is not hiding money to dodge the jury award. He said the company could pursue action against the union’s national office, which has more than 1.5 million members, if the Texas branch is not able to pay the judgment.

“The SEIU won’t escape its fate after attacking my company,” Southwell said in a press release. “We will keep this process going for as long as the SEIU wants, first by making them reveal their secrets and then by making the union’s Washington, D.C., office pay for its sins.”

The union’s national office did not return a request for comment about the lawsuit or the resulting bankruptcy.

SEIU Texas was formed by workers from the Chicago-based SEIU Local 1, which sent organizers to the state to rally employees in the janitorial and service sectors to join the union. Those organizers waged a three-year organizing campaign to pressure PJS into accepting card check unionization rather than a secret ballot election organized by the National Labor Relations Board, the top federal labor arbiter. The union filed 19 unfair labor practice complaints to the NLRB over the course of its campaign, a popular delaying and pressure tactic utilized by union organizers. All of those complaints were dismissed or withdrawn.

The janitorial company filed its initial suit in 2007 and was awarded over $5.3 million in damages by a jury. On September 26, a district judge ordered the union to hand over an additional $2.5 million for interest accrued during the lengthy legal proceedings. The company said in a release that a bankruptcy declaration does not allow the union to duck the jury’s decision about the cost of its actions.

“The jury determined SEIU owes PJS a lot of money, and there is no way they can pretend to be broke based on what we now know,” PJS President Floyd Mahanay said in a statement. “The only question is how long they want to drag this out while we make sure every business in Texas joins our cause.”

The union said it is confident the court’s decision will be reversed on appeal.

“The judgment must be overturned because, among other things, it violates the free speech rights of workers and their advocates throughout Texas. We are confident that the Court of Appeal will reverse this anti-worker court ruling,” Caballero said.

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She feels “betrayed” that so many women voted for him.

Something tells me this tramp would be one of those women who, if they were not famous yet but thought they could be by associating themselves with Trump, would have allowed him to grab her pussy in order to achieve that fame.

I think what she needs is to be given a prescription for dicks.

She’d feel a lot better if she did what Paula Saulino is doing…….she’s keeping her promise to suck the dicks of everyone who voted “no” in Italy’s recent election.

If Madonna had a mouthful of dick we’d never have to hear from her again…..other than choking sounds.

Speaking of: How did you feel about the outcome of the election?

It felt like someone died. It felt like a ­combination of the heartbreak and betrayal you feel when someone you love more than anything leaves you, and also a death. I feel that way every morning; I wake up and say, “Oh, wait, Donald Trump is still the president,” and it wasn’t a bad dream that I had. It feels like women betrayed us. The percentage of women who voted for Trump was insanely high.

Why do you think that is?

Women hate women. That’s what I think it is. Women’s nature is not to support other women. It’s really sad. Men protect each other, and women protect their men and children. Women turn inward and men are more external. A lot of it has do with jealousy and some sort of tribal inability to accept that one of their kind could lead a nation. Other people just didn’t bother to vote because they didn’t like either candidate, or they didn’t think Trump had a chance in the world. They took their hands off the wheel and then the car crashed.

Were you surprised?

Of course. I was devastated, surprised, in shock. I haven’t really had a good night’s sleep since he has been elected. We’re f—ed.

Do you know anyone who voted for Trump?

Yeah, and I’ve gotten into major arguments.

What did they say?

That they would rather have a successful businessman running the country than a woman who lies. Just absurd. But people don’t have faith in government as we know it. We live in a country that’s run by ­bankers. In a way, it makes sense that Donald Trump is the president. Because money rules. Not intelligence, not experience, not a moral compass, not the ability to make wise ­decisions, not the ability to think of the future of the human race.

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Thanks to Obongo hamstringing the DHS and Border Patrol, verminous Mexicans and other illegals have brought the highest rate of mumps into the country in years.

And nowhere does the article mention that many college students today are those same “dreamers” Obongo and the left want to keep in the country.

With a month still to go, 2016 is already the worst year for mumps outbreaks in a decade. Despite widespread vaccination requirements, college campuses are bearing the brunt of the attack as students live in close quarters and don’t always maintain the healthiest lifestyles.

As of Nov. 26, the latest date available, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had recorded 3,832 provisional mumps cases across 45 states and Washington, D.C. That’s nearly triple the 2015 total of 1,329 and the highest tally since 2006.

The University of Missouri called off a popular late-night breakfast at the start of finals and asked students to cancel nonmandatory social gatherings and speaker events to stem the spread of the highly contagious respiratory disease.

So far, 128 confirmed or probable cases have been identified there since earlier this fall, according to the school, mainly among people with ties to fraternities and sororities.

University health officials said all the infected students had received at least two doses of the measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccine by the time they fell ill, as per the school’s immunization requirement. A school spokesman said 50 of the university’s 32,366 students had been granted waivers from the immunization policy.

A two-dose mumps vaccine is 88% effective against the virus, while a one-dose vaccine is 78% effective, according to the CDC.

While measles and rubella vaccines last for a long time, the immunity people get from a mumps vaccination can start to fade after about a decade, according to Paul Offit, a professor of pediatrics in the division of infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

He said that while most measles outbreaks these days are the result of large populations not getting vaccinated, mumps cases are more often due to faded immunity among those who were vaccinated years ago.

Dr. Offit said that an immunization advisory group may consider at its February meeting recommending a third dose of the mumps vaccine for a broader swath of the population.

Some people already receive a third dose if they are confronted with an outbreak and haven’t had a booster in years.

That “can make a contribution” in stemming the spread of mumps, said William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center but it “won’t eliminate” outbreaks entirely.

Though mumps infections have dropped dramatically since the vaccination program began in 1967, they remain a scourge at universities because of students’ crowded living conditions and frequent social gatherings at which the disease can spread.

Dr. Schaffner said the efficacy of the vaccine wanes after 10 to 15 years. Traditional vaccine schedules give children their second dose between the ages of four and six, meaning they’re in college right as the effects of the vaccine begin to wear off.

Last week, Yale University health officials notified community members of two suspected cases of mumps, while Tufts University has nine confirmed cases this fall.

At SUNY New Paltz, a state school in New York, the swim team’s season came to a premature end last month after several swimmers were diagnosed with mumps. In total, Student Health Services has confirmed 33 cases on campus.

An additional 20 students who weren’t vaccinated were sent home for the remainder of the semester. (The school doesn’t require immunization records from students who are enrolled for less than six credits.)

Mumps is spread through direct or indirect contact with an infected person’s nose or throat droplets, such as when an infected person sneezes or coughs, or through sharing cups or kissing. Symptoms include puffy cheeks and a swollen jaw, because of inflamed salivary glands, as well as fever, headache, fatigue and loss of appetite. Most people recover in a few weeks, but serious complications can include deafness, or inflammation of the testicles, brain or ovaries.

Corrections & Amplifications:
The CDC recorded 1,329 provisional cases of mumps in 2015. An earlier version of this story said the organization had recorded 1,088 such cases last year; it tallied that number as of Nov. 28, 2015, not for the full year. (12/5/16)

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