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Washington Examiner | Republicans are bracing for Donald Trump to crash their carefully choreographed convention in Cleveland like a bull in a china shop.

NY Daily News | The Department of Homeland Security will release “harmless particle materials” in the city’s subway system next week.

RT | The French public have exploded in anger after a video was posted online showing a man with no legs and only one arm sitting on a train platform, with his prosthetic legs scattered around him after being searched by police.

Washington Times | The artist who won the “draw Mohammed” cartoon contest attacked by terrorists last May in Garland, Texas, said his drawing was removed from eBay Wednesday on a “technicality.”

EAG News | Students and faculty at Harrison Street Elementary School just love the new thumbprint scanner in the school’s lunch line, but civil rights experts are warning parents about serious privacy concerns with the technology.

The College Fix | Protecting the environment and stopping sexual assault are two concepts rarely linked – yet an activist group at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has managed to combine the two on an unlikely source: party cups.

WCCO | People are getting chips implanted into their hands in an effort to make daily life a little bit easier.

New American | Schools would vacuum up huge amounts of data on students.

Bizpac Review | Apparently they have nothing to do with playing golf or taking selfies.

Daily Caller | Universities across the country have begun actively pushing polyamory on campus, encouraging students to be more “affirming” of non-monogamous relationships and instructing them to view polyamorous relationships as an acceptable lifestyle choice.

New American | The NEAP report recorded a drop in reading scores from 288 in 2013 to 287 in 2015, and is down five points since 1992. The mathematics score fell to 152 last year from 153 in 2013, reported Reuters.

EAG News | DePaul University student Jessica Hughes said that when two people recently attacked her on the CTA Blue Line, others riding the train just carried on with business as usual.

Mac Slavo | It seems that the Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment sent out a letter to parents demanding that those who have not vaccinated their children register them on a state website.

London Independent | Documents shed unprecedented light on controversial agreement, which includes provisions to allow US companies to help change European law and weaken consumer protections.

AP | A U.S. senator is calling for a federal investigation into an outdoor advertising company’s latest effort to target billboard ads to specific consumers.

Michael Snyder | Is the strongest and most powerful nation on the planet headed for an apocalypse which will bring it to its knees?

EAG News ~ A middle school police officer recently wasted his day investigating what he thought was a fake $2 bill used by an eighth-grader in the school lunch line.

Breitbart | “[T]he reality of this administration is that access is very limited. In many ways, this is the least transparent administration ever, in terms of access by media to what’s going on in this administration.”

Pamela Geller | Rutgers University pulled the latest issue of their student newspapers because of a cartoon of Muhammad, Buddha and Jesus in a bar.

Campus Reform | “Social Justice music is freedom of speech. However, prefacing the conversation with the Rodney King video and ‘F*ck the Police’ felt like a mass condemnation of police officers.”

Daily Caller | A dinner event at Pomona College intended to be open to all non-white women was canceled after it was denounced by black women at the school for not being black-only.

The College Fix | The University of the South recently posted on Facebook an article that praised its female students as “fresh faced and pretty” – but then deleted it.

EAG News | After realizing it was two black students who drew the picture, they decided not to press criminal charges.

Reuters | More than half of American voters believe that the system U.S. political parties use to pick their candidates for the White House is “rigged” and more than two-thirds want to see the process changed, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

American Mirror | New York Daily News columnist Shaun King tweeted a video he says shows a Bernie Sanders voter unable to vote for the socialist senator in Philadelphia.

The Claremont Independent | “Anger is a legitimate response to oppression, as is sadness, fear, frustration, exhaustion, and a general distaste or hatred of white people.”

EAG News | A Denver Christian school is changing its Crusaders mascot because some people think it’s offensive to Muslims.

Breitbart | Asylum seekers have left an asylum home and have smeared blood, vomit and faeces all over the walls according to police.

The Daily Sheeple | Highway robbery – oops! – I mean, “civil asset forfeiture” is still alive and kicking in the United States, despite louder calls for reform and more prominent negative publicity surrounding the program.

Campus Reform | Even some supporters of social justice are becoming disillusioned with the movement’s “pro-censorship tendencies” involving concepts like trigger warnings and microaggressions.

The Hill | The Pentagon is launching its first full-scale cyber offensive against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), The New York Times reported.

Breitbart | It seems that there is clear evidence of Twitter censoring the current Republican front-runner, Donald Trump.

The College Fix | Artistic self-censorship — over one complaint.

Breitbart | Public support for the progressives’ goal of mandatory mixed-sex rest rooms is down by 20 points since mid-April.

Richmond Times-Dispatch | The move, coming in a presidential election year, outraged Republicans.

Steve Watson | “The next time the Court rules on gun control, it will make a definitive ruling.”

Reuters | Subway etiquette in California is on the move.

College Fix | North Carolina’s Wingate University is apparently so afraid of terrorists that it doesn’t want to hurt their feelings.

Truth Revolt | Blue Lives Matter – except to thugs.

Paul Joseph Watson | Police advised by FEMA officials how to conduct “mass arrests”.

Mac Slavo | Are children safe in public schools?

Campus Reform | America’s colleges and universities swept this year’s “Jefferson Muzzle” awards, with over 50 institutions demonstrating “excellence” in the categories of censorship and intolerance.

The College Fix | Police keep journalists in the ‘media zone’.

Breitbart | “Everyone deserves to feel like they belong.”

Politico | Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Judge Thomas Hogan sharply criticized the two agencies over the episodes, referred to by intelligence gatherers as “compliance incident

Sky News | Brighton Council defends its letter to thousands of parents after it was branded “utterly ridiculous” by a Tory MP.

Campus Reform | Early Monday morning, Gregory Ochiagha, a student senator at Pitzer College, sent out an email to the student body criticizing a mural recently painted on campus.

The College Fix | How curious that fires keep breaking out when students are hearing unpopular perspectives on campus.

Washington Free Beacon | Rep. Peter King (R., N.Y.) has never been shy about expressing his loathing for Sen. Ted Cruz.

Zero Hedge | So far, private security agents monitor at least 22 airports in major cities like San Francisco and Kansas City.

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Pope Francis: Shut the F**k Up See the rest on the Alex Jones YouTube channel.

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