In October 2017, 4chan user, “Q Clearance Patriot,” claiming to have insider knowledge of the Trump administration and other high-profile politicians, made his first post on the shady internet forum. Titled “The Calm Before the…
Johns Hopkins fired a researcher for checking on his computer servers in a building that was occupied by student protesters this past May, he claimed.
A college professor was put on leave when his anti-white social media comments went viral, and not in a good way.
A school board member posted on Facebook and compared neutralizing President Trump’s Twitter account with Abraham Lincoln’s assassination at Ford’s Theater, which led to the member’s resignation after the news of his comments broke.
No celebration of Mother’s Day or Father’s Day at one Canadian elementary school since some students come from non-traditional families.
A professor, on Facebook, said that GOP representatives should be “lined up and shot” for passing an Obamacare repeal bill. He later apologized for his “inappropriate” remarks.
A Facebook political argument led to a Texas State University history professor calling at least one employer of someone who argued with her.
From The College Fix: The admissions director at George Mason University said that if you believe what groups like the conservative National Organization for Marriage do, you’re a “piece of worthless trash.” According to the Media…
The Movement for Black Lives (a conglomeration comprised of Black Lives Matter and many other groups) recently garnered media attention for releasing an incendiary manifesto. This manifesto includes references to Israel as an “apartheid state”…
James Pearce’s Facebook post is being investigated by school authorities in Ohio for Southern State Community College after threatening no survivors at the NRA headquarters.