Watch: Megyn Kelly Obliterates College Administrator Who Said ‘Sorry’ For Serving Mexican Food At ‘Intergalactic Night’

Fox News host Megyn Kelly slammed a college administrator who apologized for her school’s “mistake in judgement” by serving Mexican food during a monthly school event.

On The Kelly File Thursday, Fox and Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade appeared with Kelly to discuss several subjects, including Stevenson College’s regret over serving Mexican fare during its ‘Intergalactic Night,’ a space-alien themed evening. The college is located in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Kilmeade explained the event takes place once a month with a different theme. “Some Hispanic students became vocal and they protested this,” Kilmeade explained, reading some of the apology letter that can be found in full here.

“I am writing today to apologize for a mistake in judgement that took place in the planning of last night’s College Night,” wrote Carolyn Golz in her letter to members of the student body. “The theme was ‘Intergalactic”’and the decor included robots and space ships with aliens.”

Unfortunately, the program planners made a poor decision when choosing to serve a Mexican food buffet during a program that included spaceships and ‘aliens,’ failing to take into account how these choices might be perceived by others.

We would never want to make a connection between individuals of Latino heritage or undocumented students and ‘aliens’ and I am so sorry that our College Night appeared to do exactly that.

As a result of this incident, I will require cultural competence training for Programs staff, in addition to implementing mechanisms for future program planning that will ensure college programs are culturally sensitive and inclusive.

“As an ally for students of color and, in particular, undocumented students, I am committed to ensuring that student life staff receive the training necessary to make sure that this type of incident does not happen again at Stevenson,” Golz continued in the letter.

But Kelly had harsh words for Golz. “You can’t make this up…with all due respect, you are a moron,” asserted Kelly. “I’m sorry but Carolyn needs some help,” Kelly added after Kilmeade lauded Stevenson’s communications department for getting back to him in an efficient manner for the story.

“For French night… they knew what to do; for Harry Potter night, they served potatoes. I’m not really sure why,” Kilmeade said.

h/t: BizPac Review

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You Won’t Believe What Happened When This Porn Star Decided To Take A Bible To Her Shoot

Brittni Ruiz was 14-years-old when she started stripping at a bar in Tijuana, Mexico. A few years later, the owners of porn studio Astrux offered her a job. “The next day, they put me in hair and makeup,” she remembers. “They had me do a scene. They were telling me how much money I’d make… I didn’t even think about the consequences.”

She quickly made a name for herself in the porn industry under the stage name Jenna Presley. “In the beginning, I felt beautiful. I felt like I found my self-worth,” Ruiz said during an interview on The View. But that quickly changed. “After a while I felt destroyed. It was torture for seven years. I was miserable, I was lonely.”

She wanted to get out of the industry, but didn’t know how. “I felt these lies of the enemy,” she said. “‘What are you ever going to do with your life? Nobody is ever going to hire you. Who on Earth in their right mind would ever hire you?’ I felt stuck.”

In 2012, while getting ready to go to Las Vegas to shoot a scene, Ruiz felt God telling her very clearly to bring her Bible, which she had received while at church with her grandfather years earlier.

On the plane, high on drugs, Ruiz pulled out the Bible and began to read from the second chapter of the Book of Revelation where it talks about a woman, Jezebel, who had been deceiving people into committing sexual immorality and was not willing to repent.

Ruiz remembers thinking:

I’m that woman. That’s me. I am leading people into adultery every single day… [N]ow that I know, I know that I’m not supposed to be doing this. This is not my purpose. This is not my calling. I am not meant to be a porn star. I’m not meant to be a prostitute. These are not the things I’m supposed to be doing with my life… I’m meant to help people, I’m not meant to hurt them.

She didn’t want to film the scene; but with only $5 to her name and rent due soon, she didn’t feel like she had a choice. She decided she would go ahead and film it, but that it would be her last. “After I filmed that scene I thought, ‘There’s no looking back.’ I got super involved in the church very quickly. I love Jesus and I’m all for him. I want to do everything according to his word,” she said.

Since leaving the porn industry, Ruiz’s life has completely changed. “I’ve learned so much. My life before Jesus — it was treacherous,” she recalls. “The sad thing is, I didn’t know it was treacherous. I didn’t know what joy was, what peace was — I didn’t know how to be happy.”

Ruiz now realizes the plan and purpose God has for her life and is using her experiences to help other girls who want to get out of the porn industry.

You can hear Ruiz’s story in her own words and find out how you can get involved in ministering to those in the porn industry by clicking on the video below:

h/t: faithit

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Watch: You Could Call It ‘The Revenge Of The IronPigs’ In This Crazy Bacon Vs Broccoli Battle

It wasn’t Muslims complaining about the bacon-themed game-time menu offered by the IronPigs, a minor league baseball team in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. And it also wasn’t Michelle Obama insisting that the goodies sold to fans had to be healthier. It was the Washington-based Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine that put pressure on the team to offer more nutritious fare to the folks at Coca-Cola Park.

As the website MILB notes, the Ironpigs decided to go ahead and add a little green to the pork-product food choices that included such fan faves as maple candied bacon on a stick. But they didn’t altogether abandon their proud bacon-rich tradition.

“…the club will begin to offer deep-fried bacon-cheddar broccoli bites filled with broccoli florets, real bacon and sweet onions in crisp potato breading….”

“We believe in bacon and think that as part of a balanced diet it is a tremendous healthy food option,” exclaimed IronPigs President and General Manager Kurt Landes. “Ultimately though, our organization is not in the business of dictating to people what they should or shouldn’t eat as that decision should be left to each individual and their family.”

Stuart Varney of the Fox Business Network spoke with Kurt Landes to learn more about the team’s preservation of the IronPigs’ tradition while giving fans a chance to score some veggies at the same time.

By the way, the theme for the IronPigs’ 2015 season is “Bacon, USA” that features a bacon-themed uniform as well as a bacon strip on-field cap. And of course, the Twitter hashtag promotional campaign is built around #SmellTheChange.

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Duck Dynasty’s Korie And Willie Robertson Open Up On Their Faith And Raising A Family With Biblical Morals

The famed Robertson clan of Duck Dynasty fame is taking the nation by storm with its hard work, faith in God, and love for family. 

They’ve seen their name reach television, video games, book stores, and so much more. They are now seeing their new Duck Dynasty musical come to the stage at select Las Vegas hotels. With the Duck Dynasty name continually growing, viewers want to know how they’ve done it.

Willie and Korie Robertson joined Billy Hallowell of TheBlaze to discuss how they earned their fame, how they work to glorify God, and how they accomplish the all-important task of raising a family in this day and age with biblical morals.

“I really have seen kind of a swelling of [this] generation wanting to do something good, wanting to make a positive change in the world,” Mrs. Robertson said, noting that her book Strong and Kind will focus on raising children. “…If you put those values to where they’re going to be kind, they’re going to be strong, they’re going to be respectful, and compassionate and all those values that are important, then whenever they get to be adults, they’re going to be good people.”

“And politically, if we can elect people with those values and elect people that do that,” Mr. Robertson added. “I think there’s so many areas in which we can grow and kind of do like Ronald Reagan and change the hearts and minds of people, then you can make some change.”

The couple also discussed how the show Duck Dynasty got started and how originally, Uncle Si wasn’t going to be a part of the show.

“When the list came out of who was going to be on the show, there was no Uncle Si,” Willie said. “And I called them, and I said, ‘Guys, y’all need to look again at my uncle. He’s just insane.’”

The show was originally going to be centered around the Robertson couples; and because Si’s wife didn’t want to be on television, they weren’t going to put him on the show. But once the producers met Si, they loved his quirky nature–and the rest is history.

“What he does at ‘work’, when he says that he’s working – all that’s true,” Willie added.

If you would like to see the Robertson interview in its entirety, you can watch it here.

h/t: TheBlaze

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Watch: Here’s How Hillary Clinton And Her Team Might Have Planned Her Chipotle Trip (Funny)

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last Sunday announced her 2016 run for president, but she has met some bipartisan backlash along the way.

So far during her campaign, she has parked in a handicap spot while in Iowa, evaded the press at her first campaign event in Iowa, and avoided the public and spoke to nobody while in a Chipotle in Ohio.

Hillary is running on the notion that she wants to appeal to the “average” and “everyday” American.

Above Average, a comedy network on Youtube, poked fun at the Hillary campaign by creating a video illustrating how her team might have gone about planning her Chipotle visit.

In the clip, the Hillary team is seen as a task force, detail-oriented and organizing the “casual drop in”–all the way down to what she would be eating.

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