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TweetThis moves from irresponsibility to complicity in putting Wilson, his family and his neighbors at risk. “The Times “had no qualms whatsoever about publishing almost all the information needed for Officer Darren Wilson’s enemies to track him and his wife … Continue reading
TweetBetter to have evidence, especially exculpatory evidence, excluded when one is in pursuit of “Justice” … The reason that most grand juries don’t go very long, as Vox’s Amanda Taub has written, is they’re typically only looking at a selection … Continue reading
TweetCompare and contrast Photo: stuff-that-irks-me: spursandbling: Liberal news always making things about race… ???? #ferguson #cnn… http://t.co/Hk1CJDElLR — Peter T Volkmar (@ptvolkmar) November 25, 2014
TweetA comment from Geoff: All the burning and looting is just to strike out at the “[p]etty bourgeois” professions – the classic base of fascism.” [Further:] […] When Leon Trotsky looked at the emerging Nazi movement that mushroomed in Germany … Continue reading
TweetNow can we move on?
TweetNo announcement yet, but I’m sure the usual suspects, from professional race-baiters to Lamestream media (sometimes, one-and-the-same) are anxiously awaiting with promises of ratings and fame dancing in their heads. Unfortunately, no blizzard in the weather forecast to put a … Continue reading
TweetI’m back in town and after some food shopping will likely collapse and ride the next day or two out on life’s bench. I’m not sure if it’s the stress of all that’s happening or if something more specific is … Continue reading
Tweet Even as this is a minor tweak at Barry, the rather deferential tone is more like a kid trying joking with a favorite uncle rather than any kind of Truth to Power dissent. The sheeple still maintain.
Tweet Is beauty worth commenting on? (Hat tip sdferr in a test of my thoughts on putting comments into posts.) Update! From our friend, Lee: “When I was a youngster, my dad took an interest in botany. All well and … Continue reading
This is what a Feminist looks like — The university system as The Village of the Damned [Darleen Click]
Tweet Brendan O’Neill on the death of Free Speech in the UK. Have you met the Stepford students? They’re everywhere. On campuses across the land. Sitting stony-eyed in lecture halls or surreptitiously policing beer-fuelled banter in the uni bar. They … Continue reading