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  1. Outspoken musician Kid Rock had a blunt message to those who have criticized his use of the Confederate flag during concerts. According to the Detroit Free Press, the singer recently sent a message to Fox News host Megyn Kelly, which was edited for language before she read it on the air. ADVERTISEMENT SCROLL TO CONTINUE READING "Please tell the people who are protesting to kiss my ... ask me some questions," the statement said. The aggressive comments were a response to the National Action Network, a non-profit civil rights organization, for requesting the artist to stop using the flag in his live performances. Sam Riddle, the organization's political director, says he can't believe Rock chooses to display the flag, especially in places like Detroit, which also happens to be where the artist is from. "How in the hell can Kid Rock represent Detroit and wave that flag just generating millions and millions in ticket sales -- a flag that represents genocide to most of Detroit?" Though, many fans have since pointed out that the Michigan-born singer doesn't even use the flag's image during his live performances. Even so, MLive reports that the National Action Network is pushing for the Kid Rock exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum to be taken down if he does not comply with its requests. The singer has not made any further comments about the organization's complaints. The push to remove the image of the Confederate flag from the public eye was spawned from a tragic, hate-driven shooting in a Charleston church in June. The movement's impact has been felt across both the political and entertainment world. John Rich of Big and Rich recently voiced his support for the flag to be removed from public buildings.
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  8. On 13 September 2012 the World Meteorological Organisation disqualified therecord for the highest recorded temperature, exactly 90 years after it had been established at El Azizia, Libya, with a measurement of 58°C. The official highest recorded temperature is now 56.7°C (134°F), which was measured on 10 July 1913 at ...
  9. Temperatures passed 50 degrees Celsius (122 Fahrenheit) in northern India as an unrelenting heatwave triggered warnings of water shortages and heatstroke. The thermometer hit 50.6 degrees Celsius (123 Fahrenheit) in the Rajasthan desert city of Churu on Saturday, the weather department said. All of Rajasthan suffered in severe heat with several cities hitting maximum temperatures above 47 Celsius. In May 2016, Phalodi in Rajasthan recorded India's highest-ever temperature of 51 Celsius (123.8 Fahrenheit). The Indian Meteorological Department said severe heat could stay for up to a week across Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh states. Several deaths from heatstroke have already been recorded. A red alert severe heat warning has been issued in the capital New Delhi as temperatures passed 46 Celsius, and residents were advised not to go out during the hottest hours of the day. Even in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh, where many wealthy Indians go to escape the summer heat, temperatures reached 44.9 Celsius in Una. Several major cities, led by Chennai, have reported fears of water shortages as lakes and rivers start to dry up. In the western state of Maharashtra, farmers struggled to find water for thirsty animals and crops. "We have to source water tankers from nearby villages as water reserves, lakes and rivers have dried up," said Rajesh Chandrakant, a resident of Beed, one of the worst-hit districts. "Farmers only get water every three days for their livestock." Raghunath Tonde, a farmer with a family of seven, said the area has suffered worsening shortages for five years. "There is no drinking water available for days on end and we get one tanker every three days for the entire village," Tonde told AFP. "We are scared for our lives and livelihood," he added. The Hindustan Times newspaper said many Beed residents had stopped washing and cleaning clothes due to the water shortage. More than 40 percent of India faces drought this year, experts from Gandhinagar city's Indian Institute of Technology, warned last month. The annual monsoon -- which normally brings much needed rain to South Asia -- is running a week behind schedule and is only expected to hit India's southern tip on June 6, the weather department said. And private forecaster Skymet has said there will be less rain than average this year. The Indian peninsula has seen a drastic change in rainfall patterns over the past decade, marked by frequent droughts, floods and sudden storms.
  10. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - The University of Tennessee is ramping up security ahead of a white nationalist speaker's event scheduled for Tuesday. Rick Tyler, a Polk County man who ran for the House of Representatives in 2016 and gained national attention for billboards that read, "Make America White Again," is renting space on campus for an event he calls "White Nationalism: Fact or Fiction." In a flyer, Tyler says he is running for president in 2020 as a candidate for the American Freedom Party. He claims his address will "shatter enduring myths that proliferate in contemporary America." The event is scheduled from 6-10 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, in Alumni Memorial Building. The university stresses that Tyler is not affiliated with any campus group and was not invited to campus. UT allows non-affiliated people and organizations to rent space on campus. Under federal law, the university cannot base decisions about who can rent its facilities based on a person or group's viewpoints. UT Interim Chancellor Wayne Davis said in a message the university is against white nationalism but for free speech at the same time. "I want to be clear: white nationalism is contrary to our values as a university—racism, anti-Semitism, and bigotry should have no place on Rocky Top. We care about our staff, faculty, and students. We aspire to create an environment free of hate, prejudice, and bigotry. No one renting space on our campus will stop us from pursuing that aspiration," he said. The UT Police Department is preparing for the event. No classes are scheduled during the event and Alumni Memorial Building will be closed all day on Tuesday. The Hesler Biology and Nielsen Physics buildings will close at 2 p.m. Essential personnel who need to access those buildings after that time can contact UTPD at (865) 974-3114. Middle Drive and CIrcle Drive will close at 4 p.m. and Staff Lot 9 will close to incoming traffic at that time. Staff who park in those areas can leave at 4 p.m. or park in the White Avenue garage without being ticketed. A demonstration area will be staged on the Gate 21 Plaza where the campus clear bag policy will be in effect.
  11. President Trump expressed his confidence in North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday, indicating that the strongman's rogue nation may have tried to send him a "signal" with a new editorial critical of former Vice President Joe Biden. Whoops! We couldn't access this Tweet. "I have confidence that Chairman Kim will keep his promise to me, & also smiled when he called Swampman Joe [Biden] a low IQ individual, & worse. Perhaps that’s sending me a signal?" he tweeted on Saturday. He was referring to an editorial, published on Tuesday, that lobbed a series of insults at Biden, the 2020 contender leading in the race to challenge Trump for the presidency. The editorial, posted by the Korean Central News Agency, called Biden "self-praising" and suggested it was laughable for Biden to consider himself the most popular presidential candidate. “He is self-praising himself as being the most popular presidential candidate. This is enough to make a cat laugh,” the piece read. Trump's tweet came at a time when National Security Adviser John Bolton has been unequivocal in saying that recent North Korean missile launches violated U.N. Security Council resolutions. "U.N. Security Council resolutions prohibit North Korea from firing any ballistic missiles," he said. "In terms of violating U.N. Security Council resolutions, there is no doubt about that." Kim and Trump met during a historic summit in 2018, following an aggressive pressure campaign at the beginning of Trump's presidency. Another summit in February ended with Trump walking away after North Korea demanded the U.S. lift all of its sanctions on it.
  12. Hillary Clinton hasn’t announced a 2020 run for the White House but remarks she delivered in Houston may have sounded like a campaign speech to some listeners. Clinton launched a fiery attack Friday against President Trump, claiming the president tweeted a disputed video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi because he was “running scared.” "Just look at what's happened in the last 24 hours," she said. "The president and his cronies have been running around spreading a doctored video of Nancy Pelosi. Now, it is sexist trash. But it is also a sign that Trump is running scared." 27K people are talking about this The former secretary of state, U.S. senator and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee made the remarks at a gathering of the Harris County Democratic Party. Her speech seemed aimed at motivating Houston-area Democrats to get out the vote for the party’s candidates in 2020. 'Constitutional crisis' “We have to remind Americans we are the party that can deliver for them,” Clinton said. “But we also are the party that will stand up and protect the Constitution and address what is a very real constitutional crisis that this president has put us in.” Earlier this month, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., declared the U.S. was in a “constitutional crisis,” after Attorney General William Barr declined to testify before his panel after being subpoenaed. Nadler claimed the Trump administration was “stonewalling” efforts by congressional Democrats to continue probes into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, even though Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the investigation he led for two years claimed no evidence of collusion existed. The next day after Nadler spoke, Pelosi said she agreed with him that the nation was in a constitutional crisis. President Trump, meanwhile, has maintained that the Russia investigations still underway in Congress should end because of Mueller’s findings, and claimed that the Democrats’ continued focus on Russia was designed to motivate their voters in 2020 – and was perhaps proof that the party had not yet recovered from Trump’s defeat of Clinton in 2016. 4,148 people are talking about this Some political observers have suggested that Clinton could make a third bid for the presidency in 2020 if none of the more than 20 Democrats currently in the running emerges as a clear threat to deny Trump a second term. A recent Fox News Poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading the Democratic field with support from 35 percent of respondents, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders at 17 percent and the rest of the pack in single digits. Biden baggage? But a Biden nomination would carry some baggage heading into a general election: The former U.S. senator from Delaware is known for gaffes during public appearances and recently drew criticism for his history of placing his hands on women and girls. In addition, his son Hunter Biden has drawn scrutiny over business dealings in China, Ukraine and Romania. A sudden loss of confidence in Biden among Democratic voters, coupled with the failure of any of the other Democrats to fill the void, could motivate Clinton – who attracted nearly 66 million votes in 2016 – to make another run at the White House, some argue. Clinton made headlines in March when she told a New York-area news station that she would not seek the presidency in 2020. "Aw-shucks," President Trump responded in a Twitter message, "does that mean I won’t get to run against her again? She will be sorely missed!" 79.5K people are talking about this But just a day later, “someone close to Clinton” told the New York Times that Clinton didn’t intend for her comments to “close the door on running.” “She has told her team she is waiting at least to see the Mueller report,” the Times reported, citing the same source. But has Clinton's chance to win the presidency come and gone? A joint speaking tour with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, resulted in plunging ticket prices in several cities. In December, deals on tickets were being offered on Groupon. 44 people are talking about this Last week, Newsweek magazine featured the Clintons on its cover with the headline, "Clintons in Exile: What's it like when you're no longer the world's most powerful couple?"
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  14. A new report has revealed that support of the First Amendment among college students seems to be decreasing, as nearly half of students believe that hate speech should not be protected. Conducted by the Knight Foundation, the survey reveals that 41 percent of college students believe hate speech should not be protected under the First Amendment, while 58 percent believe that it should be protected. While the majority of students believe that hate speech should be protected, 53 percent of college women contend it should not be protected, as well a majority of black students. 41 percent of college students believe hate speech should not be protected under the First Amendment, while 58 percent believe that it should. Tweet This Over half of college students agree that shouting speakers down is “always” or “sometimes” acceptable. At the same time, 83 percent of college students agree that using violence to end an event is “never acceptable.” According to the survey, there seems to be a disconnect on how individuals of various races look at the issue of free speech. More than six in 10 black students believe that inclusivity is more important than free speech, while 49 percent of Hispanic students believe the same thing. Just 42 percent of white students believe that inclusivity is more important than free speech, according to the survey. Multiple colleges around the country have implemented mandatory “diversity” and “inclusion” classes for all students, including Tulane University, Georgia Southern University, and Clemson University. Syracuse Universitymandated a diversity course for all incoming students in fall 2018, but later admitted it “didn’t hit the mark.” The survey comes after a heated semester for free speech issues on campus. In late April, a Canadian professor argued that "vile little sh*tlords" who are passionate about free speech should be fired and harassed. A New York college president even wrote an op-ed titled “A Campus Is Not the Place for Free Speech,” in which he explained his opposition to free speech on college campuses. Students' views on the importance of free speech may be declining, but more than half of all states have now passed or introduced campus free speech bills.
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