Do you have a coworker who …

has recently changed his name to Muhammad, who is very critical of America, angry, and talks about establishing Sharia Law here? Maybe he’s recently been overseas? If so, it’s worthy of…

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has recently changed his name to Muhammad, who is very critical of America, angry, and talks about establishing Sharia Law here? Maybe he’s recently been overseas?

If so, it’s worthy of calling the FBI under the ‘see something, say something’ policy.

Don’t be a victim.

Check out his posts on social media.

After an attack we always see that this information was available. Find it before he kills you.

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Silicon Valley’s Power Brokers Want You to Think They’re Different, But They’re Just Average Robber Barons

Stop Making Sense

Emmett Rensin writes for The Outline:

Image result for Silicon Valley's Power Brokers Want You to Think They're Different, But They're Just Average Robber Barons[…] The press enjoys excitedly praising tech titans by comparing them to fantastical and mythical figures. Zuckerberg is Caesar. Elon Musk, a wizard. Peter Thiel, who believes that he lives in the moral universe of Lord of the Rings, is a vampire. I do not know if these men believe that they have the supernatural powers the media claims. Maybe they do. I do know that they do not mind the perception, or at least have done nothing to combat it, even among those critics who believe that they’re cartoon villains.

This might not be so bad if the phenomenon were limited to daft profiles by fawning magazine writers. But this Hegelian fan fiction is nowhere more potent than from the mouths of the Disruptors themselves. Mark Zuckerberg speaks in the voice of God. Shane Smith, by his own account, is the Stalin

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George Washington Univ. Eliminates American History Curriculum

Exposing Modern Mugwumps

Students told American history is “oppressive”

The university has adopted a policy now in place at roughly one-third of the nation’s top colleges and universities, making an American history course optional rather than mandatory for declared history majors.

“At GWU, history majors must take eight to ten upper level courses: one on a time period before 1750, and three on different regions of the world, including Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East,” reported Kate Hardimann with The College Fix. “Previously, students were required to take two courses focused on Europe and North America and complete a thesis or capstone project.”

“Though the thesis requirement still exists, students can choose to…

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