TheJournal.ie | After his tweet created an online storm, Doyle was arrested by the Met Police on suspicion of incitement to hatred.
RT | Google will display a full-page warning if state-backed attackers attempt to access a user’s Gmail account or computer, the company announced.
AP | Investigators are broadening their DNA searches beyond government databases and demanding genetic information from companies that do ancestry research for their customers.
Bizpac Review | In 2002, a man from Concord, North Carolina, rented and failed to return a VHS movie … little did he know that he would be arrested for it 14 years later in 2016.
EAG News | A Colorado school district will distribute pamphlets from atheist and satanic groups on April Fool’s Day, but parents of local students aren’t exactly laughing.
Breitbart | Those protesters signed an option on the coalition’s website explicitly stating, “I pledge to be one among thousands who will risk arrest to save democracy in DC between April 11 – 16.”
The College Fix | The difference between ideas and facts is lost on leftist scholars.
Daily Mail | The Brussels terror attacks on an airport terminal have created new security problems, with no obvious solutions, aviation experts said today.
Trey Sanchez | “It’s not my job to decide whether people carrying guns at school are an actual threat.”
Campus Reform | “So this student is afraid of chalk opinions?”
Daily Mail | Matthew Doyle, an LSE alumnus and partner at a south London-based talent agency, sparked outrage on social media.
The Hill | “We remain very focused on the threat posed by lone terrorist actors who may lack direct connection to a foreign terrorist organization.”
Daily Mail | One World Trade Center appeared to be lit up in the wrong colors as monuments across the world glow in Belgium’s red, black and yellow on Tuesday night.
EAG News | North Kansas High School guidance counselor Martha DeVries decided to wear a hijab to work every Monday for six months because she felt compelled as a Christian to support Muslims.
Campus Reform | Nearly 60 professors signed on to the letter.
Adan Salazar | Officer cowers when citizen demonstrates knowledge of his rights.
Sputnik | “I didn’t use Microsoft machines when I was in my operational phase, because I couldn’t trust them.”
Louder With Crowder | So if you’re one of the good guys, what are you going to do about it?
Breitbart | Experts are already saying that today’s attacks in Brussels are likely to be linked to Paris.
Zero Hedge | Who is the protester?
Breitbart | In Amsterdam a severed head was found laying in the open street.
Daily Mail | Cops across Florida called to ‘horror-movie style scenes’ where groups of people are left slumped and stupefied after taking ‘spice’.
Kurt Nimmo | Encryption is the frontline against the surveillance state.
Daily Caller | A series of user-published Google maps point out known border patrol checkpoints and stations along the U.S. border with Mexico in an apparent effort to help illegal aliens avoid border controls.
Prison Planet.com | Common scene: You’re walking down the street and the NYPD pulls up and jumps out. “What’s that?”, “Can I see some I.D.”, and you are left felling powerless and abused.
Truth Revolt | Nope, not an Onion article. It’s for real.
Washington Times | The secret-spilling organization unveiled Wednesday a new section on its website that allows visitors to search thousands of messages.
Speisa | On basis of the large number of immigrant-related sexual attacks recently, against women in Östersund, the municipality will keep the street lights lit during the “Earth Hour” on Saturday.
Campus Reform | “If any of these titles/identities/labels apply to you… check your privilege!”
Campus Reform | “[A]s a heavy-American, I don’t appreciate the blatant fat-shaming involved with caricaturing [sumo wrestling].”
The Daily Sheeple | It’s become impossible to ignore all the stories about cops who are ignorant, belligerent, trigger happy, authoritarian, or just downright evil.
Weasel Zippers | Yes, lynching.
Speisa | Swedish school children’s desperate letter to the principal, after being beaten at school.
Breitbart | A senior German academic has joined the chorus of voices expressing concern over the low educational standards of newly arriving migrants.
EAG News | In a “360 video” interview and photo shoot with the first lady, The Verge explored how Michelle Obama has used social media to stay “cool” through platforms geared mostly to people half her age.
Gateway Pundit | That seems a bit extreme. No?
YouTube | “Let’s make girl emojis as unstoppable as the girls they represent.”
Louder With Crowder | Obama made an appearance at the SXSW festival this weekend.
RT | Hours after the drama, a Twitter account dedicated to protecting Trump’s supporters named “The Lion’s Guard” was launched.
Zero Hedge | As a direct result of Europe’s refugee crisis, new and very unpleasant social fractures have started to emerge.
Tech Dirt | Last year, FBI Director James Comey floated a ridiculous idea that retweeting ISIS tweets could be seen as “material support” for terrorism.
Kurt Nimmo | France and Britain move to ramp up police state powers.
New American | How severe is vote fraud in America?
Campus Reform | “We have the right to vote, at least we thought we did…”
Michael Krieger | When it comes to presidential primaries, there isn’t a whole lot of “democracy” in the Democratic Party.
Truth Revolt | What planet is he living on?
The Daily Sheeple | “Where will this stop?”
Washington Post | Before a police department purchases a drone, officials are often forced to confront questions about privacy, public safety and the legal limits of government intrusion.
RT | Activists from the ‘Anonymous’ hackers group, which targets the feeds of ISIS supporters, claim their accounts have been suspended too.
Sputnik | “The risk of collapse is at its highest now… Crises are piling up, overlapping and threatening to spin out of hand,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung quoted Stark as saying.