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Douglas MacKinnon: Milkshake attacks are not funny -- Left needs to condemn vile pranks before it's too late

Douglas MacKinnon: Milkshake attacks are not funny -- Left needs to condemn vile pranks before it's too late

close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 24 Fox News Flash top headlines for May 24 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Why do so many on the left seem to take so much joy from the threatening harassment and physical assaults against “right-wing” candidates, personalities, and political staff? It’s not funny.  It’s quite dangerous,

A Planned KKK Rally Has Dayton, Ohio On Edge

A Planned KKK Rally Has Dayton, Ohio On Edge

Here’s your week in review, in haiku 1. One stable genius , extremely calm, so calm. It's infrastructure week! 2. A matter of deep regret, three times a failure : Brexit, stage (far) right. 3. Screams from a raging sky , an Indian landslide , China clears it's throat. 4. Harrriet Tubman, coming to a bill near you: The latest Stamp Act 5. At some point

Pakistan Has to Accept Talks and Terror Can’t Go Together - Ex-Indian Diplomat

Pakistan Has to Accept Talks and Terror Can’t Go Together - Ex-Indian Diplomat

The foreign ministers of India and Pakistan — Sushma Swaraj and Shah Mehmood Qureshi — recently exchanged pleasantries on the side-lines of the SCO summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, but existing strained relations between the two can improve only if Pakistan abandons its support of terror, says India's former High Commissioner to Pakistan G. Parthasarathy

Eritreans have peace, now they want freedom

Eritreans have peace, now they want freedom

Today, Eritrea is celebrating its hard-won independence, a victory earned after 30 years of fierce and deadly armed struggle, followed by 20 years of deadlock with neighbouring Ethiopia , after the border conflict of 1998-2000. Like previous years, the Eritrean authorities have made extensive preparations to mark the anniversary with a major festival

How voting by smartphone can be more secure that paper balloting

How voting by smartphone can be more secure that paper balloting

To the editor: Online voting, whether by mobile phone or personal computer, can be made highly secure — way more secure, in fact, than any other voting system now in use, including paper ballots. I made that argument in public when I campaigned for California secretary of state in 2014, and I continue to do so in advocacy. Voatz, whose system was recently

Who gets to define 'adversity' in college admissions?

Who gets to define 'adversity' in college admissions?

To the editor: While the L.A. Times editorial board is correct in evaluating the prospects for success, or lack thereof, of the SAT “Environmental Context Dashboard,” the assertion that college admissions officers “should take into account the obstacles that students have faced and overcome” is a utopian dream, to put it mildly. The fact that the SAT

We knew Trump was OK with war crimes — and we elected him anyway

We knew Trump was OK with war crimes — and we elected him anyway

To the editor: The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board should not be surprised by reports that President Trump is considering pardoning Americans suspected of committing war crimes . He has never wavered on this issue. During the presidential campaign, Trump promised to bring back waterboarding and much more. He has been an enthusiastic supporter of