Renee Nal

Renee Nal Renee is a creative political junkie and driven prolific writer. Her main objectives are to expose media and academic bias and to contribute to a positive shift in culture; where integrity, honesty and independent thought are held in high regard.

Turkish parents fight against automatic assignment to Islamic schools

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ANKARA – Parents in Turkey “raced against the clock” to make alternative arrangements for their children after 40,000 students were assigned to Islamic schools, known as “Imam Hatips.” Many of the students are non-Muslim or members of the Alevi religious minority, who have already expressed concerns in the wake of the recent election of Islamist Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the Turkish presidency.
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Progressives continue to wage war on high school Indian mascots

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Across America, outrage over high school athletic team mascots featuring Native American imagery is bubbling over in the form of angry editorials, federal complaints being filed and even proposed legislation to deprive schools of funding.
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Candidate’s mic cut during ‘First Amendment lesson’ at Kentucky university

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LEXINGTON, Ky. – Write-in U.S. Senate candidate Robert Ransdell’s microphone was cut, ironically, during a “First Amendment lesson” at a Constitution Day event at the University of Kentucky School of Journalism Wednesday due to “racist and offensive” comments. Attendees included “more than 100 high school students and faculty from duPont Manual High School in Louisville.”
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Texas university to hold event on Ronald Reagan, ‘apartheid’s greatest ally’

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DALLAS – The Center for Presidential History at Southern Methodist University will be co-sponsoring an event this week featuring Dr. Piero Gleijeses, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and anti-racism activist Rozell W. “Prexy” Nesbitt titled “Ronald Reagan and the Struggle Over Apartheid,” as a part of their “Presidential Forum” lecture series.
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USDA official plagiarizes gov’t blog in bake sale regulations ‘editorial’

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a “Reader opinion” editorial posted at Alabama.com on Thursday, Robin D. Bailey Jr. attempted to justify federal government intervention in school bake sales. Only Bailey – who is not just a “reader,” but lives in Maryland and works for the USDA Food and Nutrition Service – plagiarized much of his OpEd directly from from the USDA blog written (presumably) by Kevin Concannon, Undersecretary for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services from over two weeks ago.
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Pedophiles are only evil if they are priests

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last week, the United Nations criticized the Vatican for what the “Committee Against Torture” panel has referred to as an inadequate response to child sexual abuse scandals in the Catholic Church. Once again, the UN has resurrected the hyped-up fear over so-called “pedophile priests,” while ignoring the ongoing epidemic of teachers having sex with students.
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Student worksheet: Founding Fathers ‘did not trust the ability of the common voter’

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RESTON, Va. – A “CNN Student News One-Sheet” found in a lesson plan for 6th to 8th graders posted at Illuminations, a project of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) reads in part, “Some of the Constitution’s authors did not trust the ability of the common voter to make the ‘right’ decision, so they devised the Electoral College as one way of lessening the power of the popular vote.”
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