News of the Week (August 28th, 2016)


News of the Week for August 28th, 2016


Election 2016


“Rigged system” crusader Bernie Sanders conveniently never got around to releasing his personal financial disclosure form
Bernie Sanders, who was critical of Hillary Clinton earning income from paid speeches, never released his personal financial disclosure form

Donald Trump Is 2016’s Andrew Dice Clay
Donald Trump’s fans like him for a lot of the same reasons that guys a generation ago liked comedian Andrew Dice Clay: they hate political correctness.

FBI sends Clinton files to Congress
The FBI on Tuesday gave Congress notes about its three-hour interview with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the investigation into her private email setup, following a demand from GOP lawmakers.

FBI uncovers 14,900 more documents in Clinton email probe
The FBI’s year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal judge on Monday pressed the State Department to begin releasing emails sooner than mid-October as it planned.

Politico’s Attack On GOP Candidate Shows What’s Wrong With Media
Politico reporter Marc Caputo is very proud of the way he goaded Dan Bongino into yelling at him. The real surprise is that Bongino waited so long.

“Troubled Man” Alice Cooper Launches White House Bid
With US presidential front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both suffering high disapproval rates, a new outside candidate sees an opening – Alice Cooper.

North Carolina Republican Senate Seat At Risk
Deborah Ross may unseat incumbent Richard Burr

Trump’s immigration plan: Deport “bad ones,” treat “the rest” like Obama does
After spending a few days reflecting on his immigration stances and consulting with Hispanic supporters, Donald Trump on Monday detailed how he would deal with the millions of immigrants illegally living in the United States: Enforce laws that are already on the books and continue to do what President Obama is doing, although “perhaps with a lot more energy.”

Many donors to Clinton Foundation met with her at State
More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money – either personally or through companies or groups – to the Clinton Foundation. It’s an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president.

Remember that “Republican Woman for Clinton”? She’s a healthcare lobbyist married to a Clinton operative
Sometimes our media can be so incurious.

New poll of Florida shows … a blowout?
This new poll from Saint Leo’s is big news if it’s picking up a trend in Florida, which has been one of the tighter swing-state races this summer.

Hillary Clinton may just be running out the clock
Chris Cillizza at the Washington Post recently noted with considerable ire that Hillary Clinton hasn’t held a press conference in 263 days. For someone running to be the President of the United States that is, as Cillizza described it, ridiculous.

Why Is This Mook Laughing?
But Mook Claims Not to Know Whether Doug Band was Huma’s Boss While Sending her Requests for Special State Department Access for Foundation Donors

Republicans confident in strong Trump early voting ground game
The Republican National Committee is voicing confidence that it is well prepared for early voting thanks to the fruits of an increased investment in its data and ground game.

Get campaigning, UKIP’s Farage tells Donald Trump rally
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage has urged Republicans to “get your walking boots on” and drum up support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Confirmed: Army Training Slide Calling Hillary an Insider Threat Is Real
An Army spokesman has confirmed that a training slide that lists Hillary Clinton as an “insider threat” is real. The slide — which shows Hillary Clinton pictured along with the Fort Hood and Navy Yard shooters — became an internet sensation after it was posted on the U.S. Army W.T.F! Moments Facebook page on Sunday.

Emails Show Top Clinton Aide Researched Alzheimer’s Drug
Recently released emails show that Jake Sullivan, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, researched a drug that is used to treat Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, among other disorders, while Clinton was secretary of state and told her about his findings.

Clinton targets Trump on race
Hillary Clinton will tie Donald Trump to far-right groups embraced by white supremacists in a speech on Thursday about the “alt-right” movement.

Trump Is Losing Pennsylvania and Closing His Path to the White House
The chance was there, but he has squandered it.

Hillary Clinton Deleted Emails Using Program Intended To “Prevent Recovery”
Hillary Clinton’s team of aides and lawyers deleted emails from her private server using a software program intended to “prevent recovery” and hide traces of deleted files.

Why Republicans who want to win in November – despite Trump – should be watching Nevada
His name is Joe Heck, and he’s running for Harry Reid’s seat in Nevada.

Are the Polls Biased Against Trump?
Maybe, but not for reasons Trump supporters think.

Finally, a poll asks the truly important question: Which candidate is more evil?
To cleanse the palate. One difficult question has haunted this rancid armpit of an election above all others: Which of the two candidates best embodies the depraved malignancy of which the worst of humanity is capable?

Upset brewing in Nevada — in both Senate and presidential races?
Last week, I noted that Nevada polling for Donald Trump painted a brighter picture for Republicans than national numbers suggested.


Obama Scandals


Judge Grants Texas-Led Injunction, Freezing Obama’s Transgendered Bathroom Policy
Once again, federal overreach gets swatted back


Gun Rights


Venezuela crushes 2,000 guns in public, plans registry of bullets
Venezuelan police crushed and chopped up nearly 2,000 shotguns and pistols in a Caracas city square on Wednesday, as the new interior minister relaunched a long-stalled gun control campaign in one of the world’s most crime-ridden countries.

The Second Amendment: How Does It Work? Progressives Have No Idea
With a Hillary Clinton presidency and Supreme Court on the way, we need an American population that is historically knowledgeable about the Second Amendment.

Pro-gun Group Approves of #CocksForGlocks Protest
In the most trolltastic of fashions


Hide the Decline

Environment &
“Green Energy”


Netherlands considers banning petrol cars within decade
The Dutch government is looking to introduce an innovative eco-friendly law, with the authorities debating an outright ban of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2025.

Harry Reid Brags About Personally Threatening Coal Executives With Financial Ruin
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid told reporters he personally threatened energy company executives who were planning on building new coal-fired power plants in Nevada nearly a decade ago.



Government in Healthcare


Euthanasia tourists, especially from France, flocking to Belgium for a lethal dose
Euthanasia tourists are flocking to Brussels to get a lethal dose. Doctors at hospitals and clinics at Belgium’s capital are seeing an increase in number of euthanasia tourists who are travelling from across the world to their accident and emergency rooms.

Women Awarded $16 Million After She Says Nurse “Held My Baby’s Head Into My Vagina” to Delay Birth
An Alabama woman was recently awarded $16 million as a result of injuries she sustained at a birthing center during the birth of her fourth child. Caroline Malatesta claimed in the lawsuit that nurses held her down and held the baby inside her to delay his birth until the doctor arrived.

How ObamaCare is splitting in two
Increasingly, there are two ObamaCares. There’s the one in coastal and northern areas, where the marketplaces include multiple insurers and plans. And there’s the one in southern and rural areas, where there is often little competition, a situation that can lead to higher premiums.


War & Terror


Official at Italy’s Islamic University calls for “final solution for Zionists”
Administrator at new seminary in Lecce claims in Facebook post that “real Jews are the victims of Zionism”

Dramatic moment police remove suicide belt from terrified child in Iraq
A child bomber dressed in a Barcelona football shirt was detained moments before he was apparently planning to carry out a suicide attack in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk.

Man accused of killing grandparents was influenced by radical Islamists, police say
A 35-year-old man accused of bludgeoning his foster grandparents to death last year in their Glendale home using an ax and a hammer was held to answer Tuesday to capital murder charges.

Huma Abedin denies active role at radical Muslim journal
Top Hillary Clinton confidante Huma Abedin played no formal role in a radical Muslim journal — even though she was listed as an editor on the hate-filled periodical’s masthead for a dozen years, a campaign rep claimed Sunday.

Anthrax genome reveals secrets about a Soviet bioweapons accident
Some call it the “biological Chernobyl.” On 2 April 1979, a plume of anthrax spores was accidentally released from a secret bioweapons facility in the Soviet city of Sverdlovsk. Propelled by a slow wind, the cloud drifted southeast, producing a 50-kilometer trail of disease and death among humans and animals alike. At least 66 people lost their lives, making it the deadliest human outbreak of inhalation anthrax ever.

Iran Says New Missiles Will Be Designed Specifically To Kill US Ships
The Islamic Republic of Iran plans to build new high-speed cruise missiles that could pose a significant threat to U.S. ships operating in the Persian Gulf.

At least 12 killed, 36 wounded in attack on American University in Afghanistan
At least 12 people were killed and 36 others were wounded when gunmen attacked the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul, Afghan officials said early Thursday.




FEMA halts Katrina disaster funds for Mississippi after audit
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will suspend reimbursement of nearly $30 million to the state of Mississippi for disaster mitigation work because of lax state oversight and financial irregularities in a program to strengthen homes against wind damage following Hurricane Katrina.

Science teacher fired for stroking his balloon in class
What a bonehead!

U.S. Pole Vaulter Sam Kendricks Stops Mid-Run, Stands at Attention During the National Anthem
U.S. Olympic pole vaulter Sam Kendricks turned some heads in Rio last week when he interrupted his pole vault during the qualifying round to stop and listen to the national anthem. Kendricks, 23, is a former Ole Miss standout and a second lieutenant in the 655th Transportation Company of the U.S. Army Reserves in Millington, Tenn.

West Virginia University: Calling Someone The “Wrong” Prounoun Is A Title IX Violation
Referring to someone by the “wrong” gender pronoun is a violation of federal anti-discrimination law, according to West Virginia University’s Title IX office.

Texas Judge’s Ruling Undermines Obama Administration’s Transgender Bathroom Policy
Restrooms, locker rooms, and showers in public schools nationwide are allowed to remain separated by biological sex for the foreseeable future, a federal judge in Texas has ruled.

Transgender bathroom mandate blocked by court: Violated rulemaking procedure, invented ambiguity
The American public will finally learn what the Administrative Procedure Act does!

Stanford bans alcohol in large containers and immediately gets mocked
University channels Bloomberg’s oversized soda ban in bid to reduce drunkenness

Fraternities forsake their 4th Amendment rights under new Indiana University policy
Update on a proposal that has just become explicit policy: Indiana University-Bloomington will indeed require its Greek organizations to accept searches without a warrant by campus police or lose their recognition.

Report Debunks “Born That Way” Narrative And “Transgender” Label For Kids
Political correctness about human sexuality is fostering horror stories for some of the nation’s most vulnerable children and their families. A new report attempts to clear that away to present the science.

153 Conservative Academics Come Out Of The Closet
Conservatives are less well-represented in the American professoriate than all current targets of affirmative action. A new book tells stories of conservative academics “coming out.”

School admits to excluding witness that could have proved accused student was innocent
An attorney for the University of California-San Diego admitted in court that the school hid the identity of a witness who could have disproved (or proved, even) the accusation against a student.

University of Iowa Scraps Plans for “Bias Response Team”
The University of Iowa has scrapped plans to create a Bias Assessment and Response Team after determining that such bodies often become what one administrator called “scolding bodies” that can create as many problems as they are intended to solve.

Prostitutes dancing on the sidewalk, fires in the street and a man being run-down by a car: Chilling video shows what it is like driving through Detroit at night
Viral clip was posted at the weekend by a woman driving through Detroit

School District to teachers: Don’t tell parents when transgender boys sleep with girls on field trips
A new training session at the Anne Arundel County Public School District instructing public school teachers in the fine art of maneuvering their new transgender policies is raising the ire of many parents.

Taxpayer-Backed School Holds Lesson On How To “Stop White People”
The State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY-Binghamton) is offering a training class titled “StopWhitePeople2k16,” to instruct residential assistants (RAs) on how to deal with “uneducated” people who don’t believe in ideas like white privilege.

FDA’s New Rules Snuff Out E-cigarette Companies
Team Obama’s regulatory climate is killing small businesses

Proxima Centauri b confirmed! Potentially habitable planet orbits the star next door
The rumors you’ve heard are mostly true: Scientists say the star that’s closest to our solar system has a planet that could be at the right temperature for liquid water and life.

Justice Department sues Georgia for segregating students with behavioral disabilities
The Justice Department has filed suit against the state of Georgia for allegedly segregating students with behavioral or emotional problems in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Binghamton defends “#StopWhitePeople2K16” event for RA’s
An event entitled “#StopWhitePeople2K16” was an official part of Binghamton University Residential Assistant training on August 12.

Admission: U. New Mexico staff used aborted babies” brains for dissections at “summer camp”
University of New Mexico’s dean of the School of Medicine has admitted that college staff utilized the brain tissue of aborted babies “for dissection by high school students at a summer camp.”

University of Chicago to students: no safe spaces here
To me, the University of Chicago has always represented the gold standard in academic rigor and excellence in American academia. Having never attended this institution, or even visited it, I don’t know whether it deserves to be thought of this way. But my encounters with many a graduate of the University, including some fairly recent ones, has done nothing to disturb my impression, which dates back to the Saul Bellow-Allan Bloom era.

Texas law restricting craft brewers declared unconstitutional
A judge in Austin has declared a 2013 law that made it illegal for Texas craft brewers to sell territorial rights to distribute their beers is unconstitutional.

Maine Gov. LePage accuses lawmaker of calling him racist, wishes they could duel
Maine Gov. Paul LePage left an explicit message on a Democratic lawmaker’s phone voicemail on Thursday morning, accusing the legislator of calling him a racist and subsequently expressing a desire to challenge him to an armed duel.

Study finds mandatory diversity training backfires
“If you try to control people’s thoughts and behavior, they rebel”

Cal Poly expands gender-inclusive housing to satisfy student activists
California Polytechnic University is expanding its “gender-inclusive” housing program this year in response to a student group’s complaints about classmates exercising free speech.

Now Living Is a “Psychiatric Disorder”
Oh good grief. A psychiatrist has claimed that fifty percent of college students have a “psychiatric disorder.”

From the college course catalog….
Yesterday we visited the course catalog for Macalester, in the upper Midwest (St. Paul, Minnesota, to be precise). Today, we head West to Oberlin, in Ohio, yet another college that doesn’t offer either American History or American Studies classes. Instead, for those interested in studying their own country, Oberlin offers “Comparative American Studies.” It does not say compared to whom or to what.

Liberals Are Freaking Out Because Zoos Treat Animals As Male And Female
Aaaaaaaand, we come to the “I Wish I Was Making This Up” portion of our program (which pretty much runs all the time, let’s be real here).

Poli-sci prof says she must condemn Trump in class, calls “balance an offense to the truth”
Kathleen Iannello, an associate professor of political science at Gettysburg College, has declared a Donald Trump presidency “truly unthinkable as well as unteachable” and as such says she cannot offer a balanced approach on the Republican candidate inside her classroom this fall.


Economy & Taxes


Massachusetts Will Tax Uber to Subsidize Taxi Industry. That’s Absurd.
Paging long-dead French economist Frederic Bastiat.

High Speed Rail On Track to Incur Billions in Cost Overruns
High-speed rail continues to be an expensive, sick joke for California. Under the current plan, it is no longer “high-speed” and projected costs, which seem to change almost daily, appear to be doubling.




Migrants to be offered FREE degrees at top university while Britons amass huge debts
REFUGEES and asylum seekers could get a free place at one of Britain’s top universities alongside a new wave of British students struggling to cope with the burden of huge student debts.

Three injured as machete-wielding woman goes on the rampage on a bus in Brussels before being shot by police
Woman attacked three people as they were getting off a bus in Brussels

“This is the beginning of a new Europe” say Merkel, Renzi and Hollande
Britain’s shock referendum vote is very far from being the end of the EU, say leaders of its three largest countries by population, excluding the UK

Hundreds of Americans wash up illegally in Canada after river party
About 1,500 Americans floating down a river that separates the United States from Canada had to be rescued from the water when strong rains and winds sent them illegally into Canadian territory, the country’s coast guard said on Monday.

OAS chief declares “end of democracy” in Venezuela
The head of the Organization of American States has declared the continued imprisonment of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez the end of democracy in Venezuela.

Turkey withdraws ambassador from Austria as diplomatic tensions grow
Turkey has withdrawn its ambassador to Austria amid growing tensions between the two countries. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said the top diplomat was called back for “consultations.”

Balochistan: The real occupation and genocide that mainstream media and liberals don’t care about
Iran and Pakistan to wage war on Baloch people

Israeli doctors save Syrian girl after security services smuggle out family bone marrow donor
6-year old just released from hospital after incredible story of Israeli humanitarian assistance on both sides of enemy lines.

Venezuela’s Latest Response to Food Shortages: Ban Lines Outside Bakeries
Maduro’s government claims the lines are a calculated political attempt to stir up “anxiety.”

Could an 1890s Smallpox Outbreak Come Back to Haunt Us?
Researchers fear melting permafrost will revive the virus

Venezuela’s president orders massive firing of public employees who support recall
In the last few months, Venezuelan politics pretty much has revolved around the opposition’s push for a vote to recall President Nicolas Maduro, which the socialist government has fought vigorously – and with the executive and judicial powers it still controls.

Car-torching catches on in Demark
For the third night in a row, Copenhagen Police reported that vehicles in the city had been torched by unknown arsonists.

$8K cost of rescuing “over-refreshed” floating Americans frustrates Sarnia mayor
Rescue effort that used 10 city buses and a police escort back to Michigan has cost city $8,181

“Daylight robbery” tax in Portugal on property with a view
The tax authorities in Portugal have decided to increase property tax on residences that offer a good view.

The Next Steps on the Road to Brexit
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union on June 23 was a milestone in the history of the United Kingdom, and of the defense of British freedom and sovereignty. But it was also just the start of securing Britain’s independence. It is one thing to vote to stand on your own two feet, it is another thing to do it.

Anniversary of 1929 Hebron Massacre and Ethnic Cleansing of Jews
If you don’t understand Hebron 1929, you don’t understand the conflict.

Crusader-era hand grenade surprises archaeologists
A centuries-old hand grenade that may date back to the time of the crusaders is among a host of treasures retrieved from the sea in Israel.

Bolivian miners lift roadblock after official beaten to death
Bolivian miners lifted the roadblock where violent protests had taken place this week, a day after a government deputy minister was beaten to death, with President Evo Morales calling Friday a day of “deep pain” for the country.

Doctors Without Borders Refused to Help American ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller
Even though she was kidnapped by ISIS from a Doctors Without Borders vehicle, and had helped a friend install equipment at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Syria, the prestigious humanitarian group refused to help negotiate for the freedom of American hostage Kayla Mueller, her parents tell ABC News.

Theresa May will trigger Brexit negotiations without Commons vote
Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before opening negotiations to formally trigger Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, The Telegraph has learned.

Europe: The Substitution of a Population
In one generation, Europe will be unrecognizable.




The Coming Free Speech Apocalypse
There is a good chance American enemies of American free speech will shortly mount a sustained and successful effort to drastically reduce American speech freedoms.

Almost Everything the Media Tell You About Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Is Wrong
A major new report, published today in the journal The New Atlantis, challenges the leading narratives that the media has pushed regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.

The End of Democracy in America
Tocqueville foresaw how it would come.

Two views of West’s decline
Summer is usually a time for light reading, and for the most part, I indulged the usual array of historical novels, science fiction as well as my passion for ancient history. But two compelling books out this year led me to more somber thoughts about the prospects for the decline and devolution of western society.

Learn from Louisiana, be the help: Glenn Reynolds
Help from a far off capital takes a while, so learn the lessons of the “Cajun Navy.”

Learn from Louisiana, be the help: Glenn Reynolds
Help from a far off capital takes a while, so learn the lessons of the “Cajun Navy.”

The Worst Union in America
How the California Teachers Association betrayed the schools and crippled the state

The war on male and female
That Princeton University’s human resources department has largely wiped the word “man” from its vocabulary is just the tip of the iceberg.

Feminist Professor @MarcieBianco Says Academia Discriminates Against Women
Two traits are necessary to become a successful feminist: Hate; and Dishonesty.

The Hugo Awards Are Dead; Long Live The Dragons!
First, the obligatory commentary on the just-concluded Worldcon, which will be diminishing in importance from here on out with the advent of the Dragon Awards, from our Supreme Dark Lord and the International Lord of Hate. All I have to say is that I’m glad I didn’t waste $50 on a supporting membership, much less splurge on an attending membership, hotel costs, etc. With respect to the Dragon Awards, if you haven’t signed up and voted, why not? Don’t cost nuthin’.

My Thoughts on the 2016 Hugos
See? I told you so. I didn’t watch any of it. I painted minis instead. I’m going off of the discussions I saw on Facebook this morning.

A friend of mine was recently incommoded by a neighbor (in an upper-middle-class neighborhood) who informed her that yes, everyone should have free education, and that people like her should pay for it, because she could afford it.

Wired Magazine Checks In With NK Jemisin, Again
WorldCon is upon us once again, and our own Kate Paulk is on scene for the duration of the event to represent the Sad Puppies.

The Good, The Bad, The Boring
We were blessed, Larry Correia, Dave Freer, Brad Torgersen and John C. Wright and I to be the object of an attack by Damien Walter, Teh Grauniad’s village idiot.

Attention Students: Blueprints released on how to fight for intellectual diversity on campus
Heterodox Academy has released blueprints for enterprising students looking to take a stand for free speech and intellectual diversity on campus.

“Students treated like lab rats” – new book gives higher ed an F
Influential Wisconsin-based conservative radio talk show host Charlie Sykes hits universities hard for what he asserts are their empty promises in his latest book “Fail U: The False Promise of Higher Education.”

Why Does John Oliver Want To Trap Poor Kids In Failing Schools?
John Oliver’s most recent show repeated union talking points that parents across the political spectrum have realized are lies that consign millions of kids to a piss-poor education.

Inundated By Floods, Overlooked By Media, Louisianans Help Themselves
Let’s appreciate the amazing mettle of Louisianans, who pulled together to weather an apocalyptic storm while being overlooked by their fellow countrymen.

Progressives achieve unheard of eugenic success against blacks
The Prager U video below, narrated by and based upon research from, Heather MacDonald is actually titled “Are The Police Racist?”. However, watch it and you will learn that modern-day Democrats have achieved something that the Social Darwinists of the 19th century, and the eugenicists of the 21st centuries could only dream of.

Transgender Surgery Isn’t the Solution
A drastic physical change doesn’t address underlying psycho-social troubles.

Sexuality and Gender
This report presents a careful summary and an up-to-date explanation of research – from the biological, psychological, and social sciences – related to sexual orientation and gender identity. It is offered in the hope that such an exposition can contribute to our capacity as physicians, scientists, and citizens to address health issues faced by LGBT populations within our society.

Italexit Would Make Brexit Look Like a Picnic
Europe has seemingly coped well with its recent Brexit shock, but now looms the prospect that Italy might be heading for the Eurozone’s door. This should be of great concern to European and global economic policymakers. While it is possible to think of a Europe without the United Kingdom, it is difficult to conceive that the Euro in anything like its present form could possibly survive the departure of Italy, the Eurozone’s third largest member country. It is also difficult to imagine that the Euro’s unraveling would not be a globally systemic economic event.

What Is The Alt Right?
Hillary Clinton is set to deliver an entire speech on Donald Trump’s scary connections to a phenomenon known as the “alt right.”

Why The Elites Are Really Populists At Heart
If we peek beneath the superficial postures of left-right politics, we will find the same fundamental mentality-the same eternal rage against the powers that be.

Look Who Is Gutting the First Amendment!
The struggle between free speech and speech codes that are intended to prevent harassment and discrimination appears set to leap from college campuses to law offices around the United States.

Back To Campus, Where Due Process Is a Myth
Colleges are supposed to be places of learning. However, many argue they’ve become liberal indoctrination centers, dedicated to churning out legions of progressive zombies who can parrot the Democratic Party’s platform verbatim — yet can’t actually do anything useful to support themselves, or society.

Only Difference Between SJWs And Alt-Righters Is Which Identities They Hate
Those who consider themselves the most ferocious opponents of racism and bigotry are in fact the only other ones besides racists who are so obsessed with their identities.

Don’t Let Sweaty People Take Everyone Else’s Air Conditioning Away
The great air conditioning debate gets to the heart of many progressive arguments: because they have a preference for something, they want to make it mandatory for the rest of us.

Human Nature and Rock-and-Roll
“You can find more wisdom about love in old R&B records than you can find in all the gender theory textbooks in the Brown University library.”

The Mote in Gernsback’s Eye
I’ve said before that it usually doesn’t matter how much a conservative shouts or points at a problem with liberal behavior, the liberals usually don’t pay any attention until another liberal sees the same problem, and speaks up.

The Decline in Teaching Western Civilization?
There’s a chilling image from my youth that I’ve never been able to scrub out of my mind. It might not seem at first glance to amount to much. It was a blue spiral spray-painted on our street, a sort of insect with enormous eyes, with a caption suggesting LSD. In those days, the newspapers were filled with war and rumors of worse than war—of the wholesale collapse of the social order. It was when the Students for a Democratic Society engaged in their violent demonstration against that inoffensive, old-fashioned liberal Hubert Humphrey at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. “Off the pigs,” cried the Black Panthers, whose tongues were not in their cheeks when they said it; rather their thumbs were ready to cock their pistols if any “pig” of a policeman were to get in their way.

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