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One Ontario university has already laid down the law on what costumes will be “prohibited” at the campus Halloween party this year.
According to the school’s “costume protocol” developed by the student union, traditional or religious headdresses such as feathered bonnets and turbans, are also off limits.
Brock’s list of political correctness is just the latest in a trend that’s picking up across North America. The University of Florida recently issued a memo reminding students they can submit a “bias incident report” and seek counselling if they encounter an offensive costume.
To follow-up on a previous story, regarding the hearing held on Sept. 28, when the Monument Task Committee and the City of New Orleans argued over who owns the property and whether or not the City Council has the right to take them down.
The court of appeals has not made a decision for or against the removal of the statues yet, but the judges are reviewing the arguments made by both sides during the hearing. Until an official decision is made, the City of New Orleans can do nothing but wait.
In a city where Southern heroes Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson once lived, and where the two generals are interred, Wilmore said he was “perturbed” by a movement that seems set on stigmatizing any effort to honor the Confederate heritage of the city and those with ancestors who fought for the South.
The leader of a student group that advocates for LGBTQ rights and safety said it was a special moment for them today, when administrators issued the ban.
Early Votes Switched from Trump to Hillary in Texas
The Democratic National Committee is suing the Republican Party
The Democratic National Committee on Wednesday asked a U.S. judge to hold the Republican National Committee in contempt of court over allegations that Donald Trump is encouraging his supporters to violate a longstanding consent decree, which restricts Republicans’ ability to police poling places for potential election fraud.
During the presidential campaign, Republican nominee Trump has asked followers to “watch” for fraud in the Nov.8 presidential election in certain areas “where minority voters reside, even though no evidence of fraud exists,” the filing said. “Some of Trump’s followers have pledged to do just that,” the filing said.
The RNC said the filing was completely meritless. “The RNC strictly abides by the consent decree and does not take part directly or indirectly in any efforts to prevent or remedy vote fraud.” a RNC spokesperson said in an emailed statement. “The RNC remains focused on getting out the vote.”
The DNC asked a New Jersey federal judge to issue an injunction preventing the RNC from spending money on voter integrity efforts, and to instruct its field offices that no employee shall participate in any ballot security measures.
WHY BOTH PARTIES HATE TRUMP
In a new viral video, pastor Carl Gallups explains why so many Democrats and epublicans hate Donald Trump. It’s because most Republicans and Democrats agree globalism is better than nationalism.
Gallups argues the phony divide between the Republican and Democrat establishment politicians is similar to the divide between Shiite and Sunni Muslims. They have differences – but in the end, they are united against you.
“Both groups [Shiite and Sunni Muslims] are card-carrying Muslims, hard-core Islamists, and they are looking for the Middle East and the world to one day be dominated by Islam and Shariah,” Gallups explains. “While they certainly have a few doctrinal differences, their biggest beef with each other is determining which of the two main groups will get to be in charge of the new Islamic world they wish to create. And so they constantly fight each other, and they constantly kill each other. However, if an infidel shows up in their midst, one who is ‘not one of them,’ they will join forces to fight that outsider to the death.
Why? Because there might be an outside possibility that the infidel might defeat them. And then neither of the two groups, the Shiite or the Sunni, would get to run the kingdom.”
Gallups sees Republicans and Democrats operating the same way. And the political class of both parties sees presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump as an “infidel.”
“They are each looking to build a ‘New World Order,'” Gallups claims. “Both groups, Republicans and Democrats, routinely use that globalist terminology for their dreams of their kingdom on earth. One used to be considered a conspiracy theorist if you pointed out this fact, but not any longer. The elitist spokespeople from the Bush family to John Kerry and everyone in between, they constantly use those terms. They have spilled the beans. They are basically two sides of the same coin. They have the same religion if you will.”
The theme of resisting globalism has been a prominent part of the Trump campaign. In his speech announcing his “America First” foreign policy, Trump declared “the nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony.”
Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, who has endorsed Trump, announced the 2016 election is a “clear choice” between remaining “a nation-state that serves its own people” or becoming part of a “soulless globalism that treats humans as interchangeable widgets in the world market.”
And Stephen Miller, Trump’s senior policy adviser, bluntly called the 2016 election a “binary choice” of the “nation-state versus globalism.”
However, as Gallups explains, both Democrats and Republicans can be found who are committed to globalism.
“So what are they fighting about?” he asked rhetorically.
Gallups suggests the answer is simply their own personal power. In the end, he says, they have more in common with each other than with a self-described nationalist like Trump.
“They will fight each other, impeach each other, threaten each other, attempt to outmaneuver each other, lie to each other, and cheat each other until an outsider comes along and threatens to wipe the whole slate clean,” said Gallups. “And perhaps, turn the whole slate over to we the people.”
Gallups thinks Donald J. Trump is that outsider.
Gallups, a pastor, talk-show host and author of several books including the recent “Be Thou Prepared,” has endorsed Trump and has been making the case for him from an evangelical perspective.
His video portraying Trump as an outsider, “Why the DC Establishment hates Donald Trump,” garnered more than 127,000 views after being posted by Clean TV.
Gallups predicts Trump is only going to experience increased resistance from globalists within the Republican Party who see the presumptive nominee’s populism as a threat to their power.
“That prospect of losing power is unthinkable to them,” Gallups said. “It would snatch their dreams and their wealth right out from underneath them. In order to prevent that from happening, they will hold their noses, compromise and strike deals to let the ‘other side’ have the power for a while. At least until they can regroup and retake their territory.”
Gallups called attention to the comments of former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, who described Trump as a man who “couldn’t be controlled or manipulated.” Gingrich also mysteriously explained Trump is distrusted by elites because he “doesn’t belong to the secret societies.”
“The bottom line is that Trump scares the elitists to death,” said Gallups. “He gives the Establishment crowd sheer nightmares. He’s not one of them. He’s an ‘infidel.’ He has a different worldview. He’s much more of a nationalist. They are globalist.”
The rise of Trump may herald an entirely new era in American politics. As Michael Lind predicted in Politico, the future looks like “a clash between nationalists, mostly on the right, and multicultural globalists, mostly on the left.”
And what terrifies globalists most about Trump, said Gallups, is they have nothing on him.
“[Trump] probably can’t be bribed because he’s already richer than all of them combined,” Gallups explained. “He most likely can’t be manipulated, blackmailed and controlled, that is if he doesn’t allow himself to be.”
Gallups said Trump’s policy platform is also a mortal threat to the American Left as well as to globalists.
“Look at what he is promising,” Gallups argued. “He says he will protect our borders, build a wall if necessary. He will stop illegal immigration and refugees. He will stop the Islamists who wish to destroy us from entering our country. He will restore America’s military might and greatness. He will restore America’s economic engine of greatness. He wants to return America’s corporations back to the mainland. He wants to create new, good, high-paying jobs. He wants to get people off welfare and into a viable job market. He wants to respect our Constitution, heritage, and Christian heritage.
“And he wants to deal firmly with those who hate us, not genuflecting and cowering to them. Donald Trump, in other words, probably won’t kiss the ring of the Saudi Arabian king.”
For that reason, Gallups argues those Republicans who are willing to vote for Hillary Clinton to stop Trump aren’t taking a stand for principle – they are just following their material interests and globalist views.
“Of course they would [support Hillary]!” exclaimed Gallups. Recalling the earlier metaphor of establishment Republicans and Democrats as Shiite and Sunni, Gallups said: “They all belong to the same religion. Two different denominations, but the same religion.”
Gallups concludes Trump can be judged best by his enemies.
“Here is who hates Donald Trump – the Washington elite and the establishment shills,” recited Gallups. “The liberal media, the socialists, the communists, the entitlement mentality crowd, the racist Black Lives Matter type groups. ISIS, Islamists, globalists, the Chinese, the Russians, the anti-Israel nations and groups, those who hate Christians, those who hate America, those who hate the
Constitution, those who want America’s border open to the world.”
All of these groups, suggested Gallups, have an interest in seeing America lose its sovereignty and independence, as do many supposedly “Republican” officials. The pastor maintains once you understand the existential conflict between nationalism and globalism, then “you will know at least a part of what’s really going on in Washington these days.”
Murray N. Rothbard was the father of what some call Radical Libertarianism or Anarcho-Capitalism which Hans-Hermann Hoppe described as “Rothbard’s unique contribution to the rediscovery of property and property rights as the common foundation of both economics and political philosophy, and the systematic reconstruction and conceptual integration of modern, marginalist economics and natural-law political philosophy into a unified moral science: libertarianism.”
This book applies the principles of this “unified moral science” to environmental and natural resource management issues.
The book started out life as an assigned reading list for a university level course entitled Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View.
As I began to prepare to teach the course, I quickly saw that there was a plethora of textbooks suitable for universal level courses dealing with environmental and natural resource economics. The only problem was that they were all based in mainstream neo-classical (or Keynesian) theory. I could find no single collection of material comprising a comprehensive treatment of environmental and natural resource economics based on Austrian Economic Theory.
However, I was able to find a large number of essays, monographs, papers delivered at professional meetings and published from a multitude of sources. This book is the result. It is composed of a collection of research reports and essays by reputable scientists, economists, and legal experts as well as private property and free market activists.
The book is organized into seven parts: I. Environmentalism: The New State Religion; II. The New State Religion Debunked; III. Introduction to Environmental and Natural Resource Economics; IV. Interventionism: Law and Regulation; V. Pollution and Recycling; VI. Property Rights: Planning, Zoning and Eminent Domain; and VII. Free Market Conservation. It also includes an elaborate Bibliography, References and Recommended Reading section including an extensive Annotated Bibliography of related and works on the subject.
The intellectual level of the individual works ranges from quite scholarly to informed editorial opinion.