Hillary Clinton reportedly considering professor role at Columbia University

The former Secretary of State and first lady is reportedly in talks with the Ivy League school to take on a formal role with the university.

Clinton could potentially be deemed a “University Professor” at the famed New York institution, a position that would permit her to lecture in multiple departments and schools but without a specific course restriction, a source told The News. Read More

Las Vegas Survivor Abruptly Dies Days After Posting Eyewitness Account of Second Shooter

Died of ‘natural causes’ 5 days after posting her story.

A woman by the name of Kymberley Suchomel, 28, who attended the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, passed away Monday at her Apple Valley home just days after she had survived the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history unscathed, according to multiple mainstream media reports. Read More

The Beginning of the End of Progressive Domination? | Frontpage Mag

For over forty years the left has been successfully reshaping American culture. Social mores and government policies about sexuality, marriage, the sexes, race relations, morality, and ethics have changed radically. The collective wisdom of the human race that we call tradition has been marginalized or discarded completely. The role of religion in public life has been reduced to a private preference. And politics has been increasingly driven by the assumptions of progressivism: internationalism privileged over nationalism, centralization of power over its dispersal in federalism, elitist technocracy over democratic republicanism, “human sciences” over common sense, and dependent clients over autonomous citizens. Read More

Major Corporation Forced To Announce Massive Layoffs As Customers Turning Channel Off – Conservative Daily Post

Disney CEO Roger Iger is having to make major employment cuts. In the past few months, the mega-Disney corporation has issued regular layoffs and terminations. This time it’s to subsidiary ABC.

Walt Disney Company, the owner of ABC and a number of television cable networks, is planning to cut another 200 jobs according to sources close to decision makers. The cuts will impact ABC in operational areas, but there will be no cuts at ESPN, another cable network owned by the media giant. Read More