3 Reasons Why Making Texting and Driving a Primary Offense Is a Bad Idea

In the last session of the Iowa State Legislature, Senate File 234 was signed into law, moving texting and driving from a secondary offense to a primary offense. While no doubt well-intentioned, this legislation represents just the latest example of the danger of emotionally driven legislation. Of course, Iowa isn’t the only state that has made texting and driving a primary offense: California, Alaska, North Dakota, and several other states have already taken the same step. Most other states have it listed as some sort of secondary offense. It’s easy to see why this sort of legislation is put into

WATCH: Millennials Love Socialism… But Have No Clue What It Is

In a video recently released by Campus Reform, reporters hit the streets of Washington, D.C., with two questions to ask millennials they encountered: “Do you like socialism?” and “What is socialism?” The replies they received were startling: Person after person shared their support for socialism in the United States. One student stated, “I think people throw that word around to try and scare you, but if helping people is socialism, than I’m for it.” Many commented that they thought creating a system of equal wealth was a positive thing, with one respondent even stating that it should be the “standard.”

How Conservatives Are Fighting Back on College Campuses — And Winning

Dr. Tommy Curry is a professor of philosophy at Texas A&M University. In 2012, he listed out situations where it is acceptable to kill white people, and still pushes such propaganda in his classroom today. Eric Clanton used to be a professor at Diablo Valley College. He was let go when he assaulted pro-Trumpers with a bike lock during a clash between pro-Trump and anti-Trump protesters. Dr. Melina Abdullah is the Chair of Pan-African Studies at California State University-Los Angeles. She called for counter-action against a group of students who hosted conservative speaker Ben Shapiro on campus, and has called

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