The newspaper in Orlando, where the president is set to officially kick off his reelection bid Tuesday, has already announced its 2020 White House endorsement: anyone but Donald Trump. "We're here to announce our endorsement for president in 2020, or, at least, who we're not endorsing: Donald Trump," the editorial board of the Orlando Sentinel wrote Tuesday, hours before Trump is set to appear in the city's Amway Center to formally launch his campaign for a second term.
Happy Birthday to Trump the worthless sack of shit.
David French of National Review counted eight states that have passed campus free-speech bills in less than six months, most recently Texas. He has one major quibble with the new Texas law: its failure to define a phrase that dictates when students can be punished for disruptions. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which French used to lead, added another concern: failure to specify an enforcement mechanism, whether for individuals or the state attorney general. But those quibbles are nothing compared to the constitutional problems with a pair of Texas bills on campus sexual harassment that are on Republican Gov. Greg Abbott's desk. The two bills set a definition of sexual harassment that mirrors the Obama administration's view of Title IX, and incentivize college employees to report anything that the most delicate person on campus might consider sexual harassment.
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