SUNY Binghamton Rebukes Professor for Implementing Anti-White 'Progressive Stacking' in Class

SUNY Binghamton administrators have rebuked a professor who implemented race and sex policies in her syllabus that specified she would be calling on non-white and female students first. The university said professor Ana Maria Candela’s “progressive stacking” policy “clearly violates” the school’s principles.

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Restriction-Heavy New York Reports More Cases of Coronavirus in Last 7 Days Than Florida

New York State, which has embraced some of the most stringent coronavirus restrictions in the country over the past year, has reported more cases both per capita and in overall number than Florida, which has faced backlash from establishment media outlets and pro-lockdown politicians for its coronavirus policies, allowing businesses to operate and abstaining from a statewide mask mandate. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) March 11 data, Florida reported 152.8 new cases of the virus per 100,000 in the last seven days alone, or 32,823 cases total. The CDC excludes New York City from New York State’s data. Even so, the state, excluding New York City, has reported 208.6 cases per 100,000 in the last seven days, or 23,056 total. Separately, New York City has reported 314.5 new cases per 100,000 in the last seven days, or 26,410 cases total. Combined, New York State has reported over 16,600 more cases than Florida in the last seven days alone, despite maintaing a statewide mask mandate and other restrictions. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), meanwhile, came under fire last year after refusing to impose a statewide mask mandate and announcing the reopening of his state in September, pushing it

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Ghislaine Maxwell Hires Elite Legal Team To Face US Prosecutors

Accused sex-trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell has hired a fleet of powerhouse attorneys to defend her against federal charges that she procured

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Hydroxychloroquine and fake news

by Jeremy Gordon, The Duran: Fake news is keeping us away from the treatment to end the coronavirus crisis The

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NEW YORK COUNTY ISSUES SUBPOENAS TO PEOPLE REFUSING TO TALK TO CONTACT TRACERS

MSN.com reports: “The county’s health commissioner, Patricia Rupert, said at a news conference that subpoenas are being issued to eight

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If COPS have to wear body cameras, why shouldn't lawmakers and out-of-control governors wear them too?

(Natural News) New York City is currently outlining several reforms to law enforcement operations, holding police officials accountable to the

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Nigerian Instagram “Star” Arrested After Conspiring To Steal Hundreds Of Millions Using E-Mail Hacking Scams

A Nigerian social media star named “Hushpuppi” was extradited to the U.S. from Dubai late last week to face fraud

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Here We Go Again: Epstein Madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, Transferred to Federal Lockup in NYC Ahead of Court Date

Ghislaine Maxwell was transferred to federal lockup in NYC ahead of her court date. by Cristina Laila, guest writer Jeffrey

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Michigan Hydroxychloroquine Study Shows Significant Benefit for Treatment – Media Shocked…

from The Conservative Treehouse: A Henry Ford Health Clinic study shows significant decreases in the death rate among patients to

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New U.S. Supreme Court decision will protect pro-life Mexico City policy

NEW YORK, July 3, 2020 (C-Fam) – In a decision that may have far-reaching implications for the pro-life cause internationally,

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The U.S. Military Is the World’s Biggest Climate Destroyer. No to War and Occupation! No to Environmental Degradation

Talk by Alison Bodine at the United National Antiwar Coalition National Conference held from February 21–23, 2020, at the People’s

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Moscow Sees Reports About ‘Bounties’ for Taliban as ‘Blatant Lies’ Refuted Even by Trump

from Sputnik News: MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia sees new media reports about its alleged bounties offered to Taliban militants in

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Sergei Khrushchev: A Eulogy from His Close Student

Sergey Khrushchev, son of former USSR premier, Nikita Khrushchev, who relocated to the United States after the USSR collapsed and

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Fed’s Primary Corporate Credit Facility Is Now Operational

Now that the Fed is buying about a $1 billion in corporate bond ETFs weekly, and as of two weeks

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COVID-19 Cases and Percentage of Positive Tests Up in Texas, Florida, and Arizona, Deaths Down in Florida

COVID-19 cases in the states of Texas, Florida, and Arizona increased over the two weeks and three days between June

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Jack Dorsey's payment processor Square withholds 30% of payments during coronavirus pandemic

(Natural News) Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s other company, payment processing service Square, is withholding between 20 and 30 percent of

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