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  • Three charged with assault after beating a man who mistakenly photobombed picture

    08/16/2013 6:02:37 AM PDT · by NotYourAverageDhimmi · 65 replies
    New York Daily News ^ | August 15, 2013 | Michael Walsh
    Watch where you step or you might walk into a photobomb beat down. Three people in Denver face charges for beating a man unconscious after he stepped into frame for one of their photos, authorities said. The unidentified victim, 30, suffered facial damage, intracranial hemorrhaging and permanent blindness in his right eye, reported The Denver Channel. In the early morning hours of May 11, that man accidentally stepped into the shot outside a bar and infuriated Bryanna Warren, 25, who started arguing with and pushing the man, according to an arrest affidavit. He pushed back to get Warren off him...
  • Creep Me Out: Chinese is the 'New Nigga'?

    07/18/2013 5:41:38 AM PDT · by Servant of the Cross · 68 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 7/18/2013 | C. Edmund Wright
    I confess to being a very confused creepy ass cracka, trying desperately to go New School, as recently elucidated by Rachel Jeantel:Nigga....the whole world say it's a racist word. ...around 2000, 2001 - they change it around. That means a male....any kind of male. Any kind, (even) Chino...but (say) nig-grrrrrrr - (and I) advise you not to be around black people, because they not gonna have it like that. - Rachel Jeantel on CNN, July 2013. (snip) All of this is down right dizzying frankly, and it's getting hard to keep track of the playas without a program. For...
  • Bob Kerrey quits as president of New School in NYC

    02/02/2013 10:24:58 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 8 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Feb 2, 2013 10:43 AM EST
    Former U.S. Sen. Bob Kerrey has stepped down as president emeritus of the New School, a university in New York City. … Kerrey recently agreed to become executive chairman of the San Francisco-based Minerva Institute for Research and Scholarship. …
  • Protest at the New School Turns Unruly (Antiwar kids chase former Sen. Bob Kerrey thru NYC streets)

    01/02/2009 6:24:57 AM PST · by flowerplough · 76 replies · 4,806+ views
    New York Times/City Room ^ | 18 DEC | Colin Moynihan, Trymaine Lee
    Protests at The New School, where a student uprising over the leadership of the university’s president, Bob Kerrey, led to clashes with the police and at least one arrest on Thursday morning, took another wild turn later on Thursday evening. A little after 11:30 p.m., Mr. Kerrey emerged from a university building on Fifth Avenue south of 14th Street to a sea of a few hundred protesters chanting for his resignation. As Mr. Kerrey walked down Fifth Avenue toward 12th Street, about 30 protesters began following him, some of them shouting insults. As the crowd’s pace quickened, so did Mr....
  • A different path - 30 years of trying to transform culture into the conservative image has failed.

    11/06/2008 7:07:34 AM PST · by XR7 · 64 replies · 2,149+ views
    WORLD ^ | 11/6/08 | Cal Thomas
    When Barack Obama takes the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2009, he will do so in the 30th anniversary year of the founding of the so-called Religious Right. Born in 1979 and midwifed by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell, the Religious Right was a reincarnation of previous religious-social movements that sought moral improvement through legislation and court rulings. Those earlier movements—from abolition (successful) to Prohibition (unsuccessful)—had mixed results. Social movements that relied mainly on political power to enforce a conservative moral code weren't anywhere near as successful as those that focused on changing hearts. The four religious revivals, from...
  • Another Hsu drops: Hillary earmarked big chunk of cash for the New Schoolposted

    10/19/2007 1:56:37 PM PDT · by Presbyterian Reporter · 12 replies · 47+ views
    Hot Air ^ | Oct 19, 2007 | Bryan
    Hey Hillary, what’s that big mark on your ear? It looks like $950,000 for a school that your favorite fundraiser just happens to have been a board member of. And in the case of the New School in Greenwich Village, it turned out to have some national resonance: Norman Hsu, a major Democratic donor active in Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign and a New School trustee, was found to be a fugitive who had skipped out after a felony theft conviction in California 15 years ago. Here’s the bill, S.1710. It’s the Labor/HHS/Education spending bill that’s being debated in...
  • Hsu Linked to Past Clinton Scandal Donor

    09/15/2007 12:59:07 AM PDT · by CutePuppy · 44 replies · 873+ views
    Cybercast News Service ^ | September 14, 2007 | Fred Lucas
    Hsu Linked to Past Clinton Scandal Donor By Fred Lucas September 14, 2007 ( - Norman Hsu's donations to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign have brought comparisons but no direct connections to the 1990s "Chinagate" scandal. But before Hsu made headlines as a fugitive fundraiser late last month (he's now in custody in California for a 1991 grand theft conviction), he served on a board with another key figure in the earlier fundraising scandal. For more than a year, Hsu was a member of the board for the New School University in New York, where he worked with Bernard L. Schwartz....
  • Hillary's donor linked to China missile trader (Hsu mugshot)

    09/02/2007 9:51:52 PM PDT · by Libloather · 88 replies · 4,149+ views
    Hillary's donor linked to China missile traderAerospace mogul Bernard Schwartz acted as Hsu's patron on college board Posted: September 2, 2007 10:36 p.m. Eastern © 2007 Hillary Clinton and Norman Hsu A shady Chinese megadonor to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has close ties to an aerospace mogul accused of placing his business interests before national security by sharing missile secrets with Beijing during the Clinton administration. Before his forced resignation last week, Norman Yuan Yuen Hsu sat on the board of trustees of the liberal New School university in New York with former Loral Corp. head Bernard L. Schwartz,...
  • Not Fit to Shine McCain's Boots

    05/26/2006 3:23:30 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 132 replies · 2,527+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | May 26, 2006 | Christine M. Flowers
    JOHN McCAIN IS, without a doubt, heroic.Disagree with his politics, mistrust his shifting political alliances, but no one who's benefited from the tortured sacrifices he made at the Hanoi Hilton should question his integrity. How can we, whole in body and strangers to the hell he experienced, challenge this patriot? To do so indicates a fundamental inhumanity.That aptly describes the young woman who stood up last week and ridiculed the senator from Arizona. Jean Sara Rohe, a graduating senior at the New School in New York, introduced McCain before he delivered his commencement address.Ms. Rohe took the opportunity to attack...
  • 'Today' Rains on Bush-Blair Parade, Katie & McCain Spar

    05/25/2006 5:34:14 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 27 replies · 1,569+ views
    Today Show/NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    by Mark Finkelstein May 25, 2006 With the Yankees fresh from taking two-out-of-three from the Red Sox, why not a NewsBuster double-header this morning? In the opener, with British Prime Minister Tony Blair in Washington for talks with President Bush, Today did its best to rain on any good news emerging from Iraq. NBC White House reporter David Gregory obseved that "two leaders who have paid a heavy political price for launching the war in Iraq will stand together tonight before the country to argue there is new reason for hope." A hope that Gregory was quick to seek dash....
  • Apple-polisher shows POW real courage — Ann Coulter

    05/24/2006 3:54:38 PM PDT · by Conservative Coulter Fan · 58 replies · 1,849+ views ^ | May 24, 2006 | Ann Coulter
    This week, the world gasped in awe at the raw heroism of Jean Rohe, the student at the New School who gave a speech attacking the commencement speaker, Republican Sen. John McCain, at the commencement ceremony. We mostly heard about Rohe's bravery from Rohe – and, really, who is in a better position to judge? As Rohe herself put it: "If there's one thing that I know about myself, it is that I care for people, and in that sense I have a great deal of character." According to her posted biography, Rohe "grew up singing and performing folk music...
  • McCain's heckler: I'm sorry

    05/23/2006 9:16:22 AM PDT · by meandog · 32 replies · 1,298+ views
    N.Y. Daily News ^ | 5/23/06 | BY JORDAN LITE
    A New School student apologized to Sen. John McCain for hijacking his commencement address, but said her controversial speech was "what my conscience called for." "I said, 'I'm really sorry I had to do that.' And he said, 'Oh, it's all right, I understand,'" Jean Sara Rohe told the Daily News yesterday. Rohe, 21, said she was unprepared for the angry response she got from McCain's camp after she spoke out against his support of the Iraq war and her fellow graduates heckled and booed him. The Republican senator from Arizona, who is widely expected to make a bid for...
  • Liberal college students intolerant of McCain's diversity (HUMOR if it Weren't the Truth)

    05/20/2006 2:26:25 PM PDT · by SandRat · 43 replies · 1,042+ views
    NEW YORK -- Arizona Sen. John McCain received a cantankerous reception during his appearance at the New School commencement Friday, where dozens of faculty members and students turned their backs and raised signs in protest and a distinguished student speaker pointedly mocked him as he sat silently nearby. The historically liberal university has been roiled in controversy in recent weeks over the selection of McCain, a conservative Republican and likely 2008 presidential candidate, to deliver the commencement address. Some 1,200 students and faculty signed petitions asking the university president, former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey, to rescind the invitation. Petitioners said...
  • McCain Delivers... [McCain heckled at New School by student Moonbats]

    05/19/2006 2:35:59 PM PDT · by Unam Sanctam · 52 replies · 1,406+ views
    NRO Corner ^ | 5/19/06 | Rich Lowry
    ...a beautiful prose poem to America, national service, and civil debate (congrats Mark Salter, as ever), and gets derided for it, of course. “I supported the war in Iraq.” Boos. Explains the war was not for cheap oil. A little heckling: “You're full of it!” Says he thought the “country's interest and values demanded” the war. Someone shouts: “Wrongly!” Someone else: “More poetry!” (A reference to lines from Yeats McCain had quoted earlier.) He says “whether [the war] was necessary or not...we all should shed a tear” for those who have sacrificed in it. Some hissing. Shouting. He eventually enters...
  • Graduates at New School Heckle Speech by McCain

    05/20/2006 3:27:36 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 62 replies · 1,963+ views
    NY imes ^ | May 20, 2006 | DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
    Librado Romero/The New York TimesSenator John McCain delivers commencement speech during The New Schools ceremony at Madison Square Garden. Students holding leaflets and turning backs during McCain's address. Librado Romero/The New York Times Senator John McCain, the keynote speaker at the New School University graduation, was received with jeers, boos and insults. The jeers, boos and insults flew, as caustic as any that angry New Yorkers have hurled inside Madison Square Garden. The objects of derision yesterday, however, were not the hapless New York Knicks, but Senator John McCain, the keynote speaker at the New School graduation, and his...
  • N.Y. LEFTY CAMPUSES GO INSANE VS. MCCAIN (prez wannabe's schizoid politics veer left, right)

    05/10/2006 8:44:34 AM PDT · by Liz · 19 replies · 577+ views
    NY POST ^ | May 10, 2006 | AP
    The Arizona Republican is scheduled to address Columbia University's "Class Day" next Tuesday, and will speak at the commencement ceremonies of the New School three days later. Known for his independence and maverick streak, McCain has been burnishing his conservative credentials in recent months as he readies a likely 2008 presidential bid. He'll deliver the commencement address at the Rev. Jerry Falwell's Liberty University on Saturday - an opportunity he described yesterday as "an honor." At the New School, a left-leaning university of some 8,000 students now headed by former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey, organizers announced yesterday they had collected...
  • McCain's College Speaking Schedule Draws Fire (Groups Criticize Senator's Support For War)

    05/09/2006 9:45:00 PM PDT · by NRA2BFree · 10 replies · 323+ views
    KOAT TV ^ | May 9, 2006 | AP
    NEW YORK -- U.S. Sen. John McCain is set to deliver commencement speeches at two New York universities next week -- and that's drawing fire from campus activists who oppose his conservative views and support for the Iraq war. The potential Republican presidential candidate is scheduled to address Columbia's "Class Day" on May 16 and will speak at commencement ceremonies at the New School three days later. At the New School, there's a petition asking that McCain be disinvited from commencement ceremonies. A protest leader said the senator's stands on abortion and gay rights don't reflect the values of the...
  • John McCain Too Conservative for Ultra-Liberal New School?

    05/06/2006 7:03:54 PM PDT · by Buffalo49 · 33 replies · 628+ views
    Inside Higher Ed via Drudge ^ | 5/5/06 | David Epstein
    Not in D.C. Anymore For some students at the New School, in Manhattan, their institution and conservative politicians go together as well as Swiss cheese and peanut butter. Bob Kerrey, the institution’s president and a former Democratic governor and senator from Nebraska, announced this spring that U.S. Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican and past and possibly future presidential candidate, would be the commencement speaker at the New School. Kerrey said the senator’s acceptance “is a big honor for our graduates and their families.” But hundreds of students, staff and faculty members at the institution of about 9,000 students have...
  • Not in D.C. Anymore

    05/06/2006 8:03:52 AM PDT · by freakboy · 22 replies · 910+ views
    Inside Higher Ed ^ | Saturday, May 6, 2006 | David Epstein
    For some students at the New School, in Manhattan, their institution and conservative politicians go together as well as Swiss cheese and peanut butter. Bob Kerrey, the institution’s president and a former Democratic governor and senator from Nebraska, announced this spring that U.S. Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican and past and possibly future presidential candidate, would be the commencement speaker at the New School. Kerrey said the senator’s acceptance “is a big honor for our graduates and their families.” But hundreds of students, staff and faculty members at the institution of about 9,000 students have signed paper and online...
  • NYP: KEEP THE ACADEMICS FAR AWAY - The IFC message should be America is a rare force for good.

    08/22/2005 5:56:14 AM PDT · by OESY · 2 replies · 404+ views
    New York Post ^ | August 22, 2005 | CANDACE DE RUSSY
    ...In April, the IFC designated nine universities to provide initial programs, with the goal of "[making] the Center a... 'Public Square' on hallowed ground." "The character of a university," the IFC intoned, "allows for this form of 'sacred space'... in which sensitive, controversial and provocative subjects can be candidly explored, yet in a manner that does not generate political distraction."... [NYU] President... [extolled] today's campuses "as 'modern sanctuaries [committed to] free, unbridled and ideologically unconstrained discourse.'" Hello. Campuses today are indeed "sanctuaries"— but almost exclusively for scholars of liberal-left-radical persuasion. Their "unconstrained discourse" is overwhelming that of rank ideologues— neo-Marxists,...