Make fake clock bomb. Take to school. Get arrested. Profit.


Remember Ahmed Mohamed? I had some sympathy for the kid when his story initially broke. He made a dumb looking clock inside a pencil case, and his idiot teacher decided to call the police, because it looked like a “hoax bomb.” The kid was subsequently arrested, questioned about the “hoax bomb,” and then released to his parents. I also didn’t think the incident had anything to do with “islamophobia,” but rather the idiotic “zero tolerance” policies that around the country led to a kid being booted from school for chewing a breakfast pastry into the shape of a “gun,” an honor student getting in trouble for bringing a butter knife to school with her lunch, a kid getting in trouble for pretending a chicken nugget was a gun, and a first-grader being suspended for bringing a Cub Scout utensil to school that happened to contain a knife.

But there was always something unsettling about the whole thing. Instead of condemning the reactionary “zero tolerance sense” policies that landed his kid in hot water, the kid’s father began to immediately screech about “Islamophobia” and racial profiling. “Zero tolerance” policies are idiotic, nonsensical tripe that allow school administrators to lazily toss kids out of class for “safety” reasons, without using a shred of thought and logic to examine each individual situation. These policies have threatened the futures of hundreds of kids, without regard for race. I would submit that a Pop-Tart chewed into something ambiguously resembling a gun is much more innocuous than the “clock/bomb” Mohamed brought to school that day. So why is it that Mohamed’s father decided to use his child to paint American society around him as bigoted?

This might explain it.

The smear effort made Ahmed the target of anti-Muslim conspiracy theorists and caused his family to flee the country for their own safety, the family’s lawyer claimed Monday in letters addressed to City Hall and Irving ISD—demanding apologies and a total of $15 million to stave off a civil rights suit.

Never mind that the incident resulted in the kid getting an invite to the White House, got a hug from the President of the United States – an African American man who was elected to the highest office in the land… twice (Quite the racist country we are, right?), visited Google, Mecca, met with the Queen of Jordan, and had a very creepy audience with the genocidal maniac president of Sudan.

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He looks so traumatized taking a selfie with former NASA Astronaut John M. Grunsfeld, doesn’t he? The horror!


That doesn’t matter. He was apparently oh-so-scarred by his experience, that the family decided to move to Qatar and leave this horrible, racist country that allowed him to become a national hero, meet the President and even a former NASA astronaut after bringing something to school that, let’s face it, looked like a bomb.

And the only thing that will mitigate the trauma? You guessed it! Money – $15 million to be exact.

Any sympathy I had for this kid is gone. This is no longer a “stupid school administrators overreact yet again to a harmless object” story that I’ve written about over and over again on this site. It is now an “opportunistic pig tries to extort money from taxpayer, because ISLAMOPHOBIA, and… SHUT UP, RACIST!”

I don’t see the President inviting a little deaf boy named Hunter Spanjer to the White House, because idiot school officials attempted to prevent him from using sign language to say his name, because it violated their “zero tolerance” for weapons policy.

I don’t see public apologies, meetings with dignitaries, invites to the White House, or trips to the DYI Network for the Chicago teacher who was suspended from his job for showing hand tools to his second grade students as part of a math lesson. Screw drivers! Pliers! Wrenches! A box cutter! OH THE HORROR!

I didn’t see a whirlwind tour of Chef Geoff’s restaurants, a hug from the President, or meetings with the Prime Minister of France for Da’von Shaw, a Bedford, Ohio high school student, who brought apples and craisins to school for a “healthy eating” presentation he was giving to his speech class, took out a knife to cut the apple, and wound up suspended for five days for bringing a “weapon” to school.

None of them sued the idiot school districts for millions of dollars. None of them tried to extort money from the taxpayers for some alleged “bigotry.” None of them became grievance merchants, even though they were treated with much less deference and respect. They weren’t covered by the mass media. There was no mass outrage.

Ahmed Mohamed got all that and more, and yet, his father chose to make a spectacle out of the incident, snottily move his family to Qatar, because it’s oh-so-hard to grow up in America, and then attempt to extort millions of dollars from Americans!

This isn’t about racism. It’s about greed, plain and simple. The bastard wants money, and he’s using his kid to coerce that money from the taxpayers.

Because getting scratch from the Qatar Foundation that’s been accused of being linked to Hamas is apparently just not enough.




I was in a meeting yesterday afternoon when the story about the Paris attacks broke. I came back down to my office to a message that Paris was under attack. There was limited media coverage at the time, so I was desperately searching for any details about what was going on. I have family and friends in Paris, and I was hoping everyone was safe.

I came home to chaos on CNN. Say what you will about CNN, but this is the type of reporting they do best. They were on scene. Interviewing the Mayor of Paris, the Deputy Mayor, witnesses, you name it. My cousin got in touch via Facebook and confirmed the family was fine. One friend is still MIA, and while I’m a little nervous, I’m sure he’s fine.

The “Religion of Peace” has struck again, just after our Dear Leader informed us that “ISIS is not getting stronger,” no less. French President Francois Hollande has closed France’s borders and implemented France’s first curfew since World War II in response, and has come right out and said it. We are at war. More than 100 people are dead from attacks ISIS claimed as their own. The world is in mourning. My Facebook feed is filled with French flag overlays on profile photos, including my own.

It took more than 100 people to die in coordinated terrorist attacks in one of the world’s most beloved cities for that nation’s leader to close down the borders. Until then, every EU member nation buckled under the pressure to allow hundreds of thousands of Middle Eastern refugees to enter their borders. Sure many of these people are searching for a safer, war-free life. Sure, Europe hands out benefits like candy – paid by its residents – and the Europeans feel they have a duty to help those in need. Europe is safe. Europe is generous. Europe is welcoming.

And Europe is paying for it.

There are a ton of military-aged males pouring into Europe. I will even acknowledge that the majority of them are probably not jihadists. Probably.

But how many jihadists did it really take to commit these atrocities? How many jihadists did it take to kill thousands of Americans on September 11, 2001?

It’s not about how many. It’s about the fact that they are flooding the borders, and there aren’t sufficient intelligence resources to run background checks to ensure they don’t have terrorist connections. It’s about the fact that the demand for Syrian passports is rampant, because Syrian refugees are given priority entry, and black market Syrian passports are being purchased like candy by anyone with money.

All it takes is a few. Of the hundreds of thousands of refugees flooding Europe, it would only take a handful of jihadists to commit an atrocity like the one that paralyzed France yesterday. How many? Ten? Twenty? There were attacks with automatic weapons, and there were explosions. Even if 100 people were involved in these heinous acts, it’s only a tiny percentage of the hundreds of thousands of refugees who are descending upon Europe.

A relatively small number of terrorists was able to kill more than 100 people. On September 11, 2001, just a couple of handfuls of terrorists murdered thousands and destroyed thousands of lives. That’s all it took. Just a few.

So while leftists screech how we shouldn’t judge all Muslims by the actions of a few extremists, and that the extremists are the very reasons those refugees are seeking refuge…

…they forget about the very real lives that were lost. They forget about the terror that was perpetrated against thousands of innocent people. They forget the families that were destroyed.

This isn’t about blame!

Blame? How callous do you have to be to push a political agenda while accusing terrorized and traumatized people of such things, you arrogant asshole?

We certainly do recognize reality – that in the swarm of hundreds of thousands, a small percentage of monsters could be hiding. If you can’t recognize that it’s not even close to placing blame, no one can help you! Perhaps a course in remedial English might be in order here?

Fact is we don’t know who these terrorists were. We know they were likely ISIS. We know it was too easy for them to slip into Europe, hidden among the torrent of refugees. This is not the refugees’ fault, but those are the facts. And if they didn’t enter with the recent crop of refugees, they still slithered in because – once again – Europe is welcoming, Europe is generous, Europe is safe.

So the only rational, logical thing to do is to close the borders. Yes, it sucks for the refugees. Yes, that means they will be suffering in a war-torn nation or be forced into a nation that may not be as developed, nice, generous, or welcoming as the European nations they’ve been flooding. There are no assets in Syria and no resources to perform background checks on the thousands and thousands of people demanding entrance into the West. Neither France nor any other EU member has the ability to properly check the thousands of military-aged males entering their countries for any connection to terrorist groups.

So yes. They need to shut their borders down. It might be callous, but it’s the only way to protect the citizens of those nations, and after all, isn’t that the basic role of government?

It doesn’t matter if only a small number of refugees are terrorists. It doesn’t matter if they’re terrorists hiding in a swarm of great people. Fact is they are there. They enter countries, and they destroy lives. So how about we focus on that, and stop pushing your idiot political agendas?

And speaking of idiot political agendas…

The racist shitbags at Mizzou have taken their Special Snowflake Syndrome to a new, more disgusting level. Remember how the Uber Idiot at the Washington Post a few days ago tried to justify the abuse of a University of Missouri student journalist by entitled, coddled, cowards? Remember how he claimed they were just so traumatized by their alleged abuse because of their alleged skin color by alleged racists at Mizzou for the alleged entirety of their presence there, that they had to have a “safe space” the media just had to respect?

Well, the media moved on, and that didn’t sit well with these repugnant, attention whoring maggots. aren’t happy, because apparently the attention from the media they claimed they needed “safe space” from – the attention that they claim is a betrayal and doesn’t adequately pick at their scabs – has shifted to true tragedy. And now that they’re no longer in the spotlight, they are whining, moaning, and complaining like the entitled, rotten infants that they are!

Black Lives Matter and Mizzou protesters responded to the murder of scores of people in Paris at the hands of Islamic extremists by complaining about losing the spotlight and saying their “struggles” were being “erased.” Their struggles, remember, consist of a poop swastika of unknown provenance and unsubstantiated claims of racially-charged remarks somewhere near Missouri’s campus.

THEIR struggle. They are safely ensconced in their dorm rooms and apartments, getting a university education, demanding and receiving special dispensation, excused from exams, mea culpas and ultimate resignations from university administrators, who had absolutely nothing to do with the alleged incidents in question, and they’re belittling the murder of innocent people by savage terrorists, because they’re not getting the attention to which they’re entitled!

This is beyond repugnant. This is beyond abhorrent.

Upon learning that terrorists attacked Paris, these cunttastic fucksacks decided that the lives of over 100 people at the hands of murderous savages, they decided that it was all about THEM!

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Let’s get this straight. Mizzou wasn’t “terrorism.” The infamous cotton ball incident did not end any lives. It wound up with the arrests of two dumbasses who later apologized for their dumbassery. It will be a cold fucking day in hell before ISIS apologizes for the pain they cause.

The alleged poopstika incident? Yeah… I’ll believe it when I see it. IF this was a real incident, was anyone physically harmed? Was anyone killed? No.

The KKK threats were proven to be false, and the student body president who put the false warning out about those threats on social media admitted he was wrong.


Get over it, you entitled swine! This is not about you. No one needs to discredit you.

By belittling the tragedy that was Paris…

111215_hn_protests_1280By attention whoring and scrambling like hell to turn the spotlight back to you in the face of horrifying tragedy that ended up in the deaths of more than 100 innocent people…

By deprecating and diminishing bloodshed and carnage in an effort to whore more attention for yourselves, you’ve discredited yourselves.

No Twitter “racists” had to do anything. You did their job for them, you malignant degenerates. Hope you’re proud.

What a Contrast


Compare and contrast the sniveling, crying, kowtowing leadership of Yale, Mizzou, VCU, and the like with this classy statement of values from Purdue University! I’m adding it in whole here, because it’s important.

November 11, 2015

To the Purdue community,

Events this week at the University of Missouri and Yale University should remind us all of the importance of absolute fidelity to our shared values.  First, that we strive constantly to be, without exception, a welcoming, inclusive and discrimination-free community, where each person is respected and treated with dignity.  Second, to be steadfast in preserving academic freedom and individual liberty.  

Two years ago, a student-led initiative created the “We Are Purdue Statement of Values”, which was subsequently endorsed by the University Senate.  Last year, both our undergraduate and graduate student governments led an effort that produced a strengthened statement of policies protecting free speech.  What a proud contrast to the environments that appear to prevail at places like Missouri and Yale.  Today and every day, we should remember the tenets of those statements and do our best to live up to them fully.  


President Mitch Daniels

Stand up for free thought and free speech. Stand up for respect for all people, all races, all genders… everyone!

Stand up for what is right. Stop bowing to unreasonable, infantile, entitled, spoiled racists. They’re loud and unreasonable, but you have truth and justice on your side.

Stand up.

Viral Hysteria (UPDATED)


When I was a kid, my parents sent me to summer camp. I spent two weeks in the scenic mountains in Pennsylvania for three consecutive summers. I remember lots of structured activities and competitions. I remember swimming, gross, red Kool Aid – what they called “bug juice” – at meals, and basketball. Lots and lots of basketball.

There was a counselor there whose name was Gretta. She was a young woman – probably in her late teens to early 20s – a college student – blonde and pretty. I remember she was good with us kids. She pushed us to do better at our competitions and our sports – whether archery, basketball or swimming. She could be a bit brash, if I recall correctly, and that did not sit well with some of the kids at camp.

My memories are foggy of the incident with Gretta. Someone had complained to the camp director about something, and there was an investigation of sorts that resulted in Gretta’s dismissal from the camp. I never saw any kind of friction between Gretta and the kids, or Gretta and the other counselors, but all of a sudden all of us female campers were brought into the director’s cabin, where he asked us all sorts of questions about Gretta, her relationships with the kids, her style, or whether we had seen anything odd. The more girls talked to the director, the more agitated we became. We fed off one another. The director would ask a question, someone would, all of a sudden, remember some friction, another girl would glom on to that story and, all of a sudden, remember an “incident” of her own, and so on, and so on, and so on…

I remember falling into that drama head first. My mind started recreating every interaction I had with Gretta, and memories that never bothered me before all of a sudden became more ominous and more disturbing. I was feeding off the other kids. Several girls started crying and describing interactions they had with Gretta that in my mind reflected my own experiences with this young woman, and I started to cry too.

I look back on it now, and the clouded recollections reveal a certain contagion among us kids. My own impression of Gretta changed the more I listened to the other girls describe their experiences, until I, too, began to think her a monster.

Fast forward to the present.

The #Blacklivesmatter movement spread across the country after George Zimmerman was acquitted of murder after killing Trayvon Martin. Subsequently, the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, and several other high-profile African-American deaths sparked protests all over the country. I did not have an emotional stake one way or another in the Zimmerman trial. I felt both the prosecution and the defense did their jobs to the best of their abilities. I didn’t rage about the verdict. The prosecution did not prove its case, and the jury did its job. I did not voice outrage on Facebook or any other social media. I merely said it was over, and that the jury did its job. For this egregious “transgression” – for the crime of not being outraged enough at the verdict – I lost a friend whom I have known since high school. We had been friends for more than 20 years, and he simply tossed that away, because I did not exhibit sufficient anger at the verdict.

The BLM movement didn’t stop at protesting what they perceived as police brutality. They became more rude, more racist, and more demanding. At the Netroots Nation Conference in July, BLM founder Patrisse Cullors led a protest yelling “Burn everything down!” She then interrupted the speeches of Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders. I’m no O’Malley and Sanders fan, but I’m pretty sure neither one had killed a black man. Martin O’Malley was pilloried by the BLM movement when he said “Black lives matter. White lives matter. All lives matter.” Because, apparently, saying that all lives are sacred without regard to color is a crime worthy of contempt.

For the record, O’Malley – the gutless invertebrate that he is – apologized for saying that all lives matter. Because to BLM they do not, and he didn’t want to appear insensitive to racists.

And now we have this social justice stupidity that sweeping the nation like a bad case of the herp.

I blogged about Yale two days ago, where the Precious Snowflakes™ lost their collective shit over a respectful, thoughtful letter from a professor that said college students were adults and should be treated as such, that the university shouldn’t play mommy and daddy, controlling what students say, how they say it, and how they dress.

Simultaneously, a privileged cupcake from the University of Missouri decided he needed some attention, so he went on a hunger strike, because he felt “unsafe.” A graduate student who spent the last several years at this university all of a sudden decided to starve himself in protest of some perceived racism he claimed he experienced.

Now, if I felt unsafe at the office or on campus where I was a student like Jonathan Butler claims he did from the first time he stepped foot on campus, I would have left. I would have transferred somewhere else, where I didn’t feel unwanted and unsafe. Apparently Butler decided he always felt unsafe, inspired by the Ferguson events. He spent his entire undergraduate life at Mizzou, and decided to continue his graduate work there. Despite feeling “unsafe” from his “first semester there.”

Butler’s publicity stunt inclickspired mass protests all over the campus, forcing the president and the chancellor of the university to resign. For what? Unsubstantiated claims about a poopstika (someone allegedly drew a swastika with their own feces in a residential hall. More unsubstantiated claims about the N-bomb being hurled, and yet more claims of racism off-campus, and it snowballed from there. The protests got more strident, more absurd, and even borderline violent when some communications instructor who oddly resembles Carrot Top accosted a student journalist.

Oh, and by the way, while both the president and chancellor of the school resigned over incidents they had nothing to do with and could not control, crazy eyes in that photo, simply issued an apology after threatening a student journalist and resigned a “courtesy appointment” at the journalism school. As far as I know, she still has her Communication Department job at Mizzou.

Meanwhile, a professor who refused to cancel an exam for Precious Snowflakes™ who felt “unsafe,” resigned after cowards called for his resignation. “I will be there, and there will be an exam administered in our class,” he said. “If you give into bullies, they win. The only way bullies are defeated is by standing up to them. If we cancel the exam, they win; if we go through with it, they lose. I know which side I am on. You make your own choice.”

Instead of standing up and exhibiting some intestinal fortitude, the vermin took to social media to insult and destroy the professor.

The student body president posted a false claim about KKK presence on campus and was forced to apologize. I would think the fact that the student body elected a gay, black man as its president pretty much invalidates claims of widespread racism and bigotry, as portrayed by the protests, especially as pervasive as these people claim, but hey, what the hell do I know. I’m apparently privileged as well, despite having grown up as an impoverished Jew, digging through other people’s trash for clothes and toys, unlike Jonathan Butler – the instigator of this hysteria – who grew up the kid of a railroad executive in Omaha, a multi-millionaire’s son, and the very portrait of the privilege he condemns.

And now, “inspired” by the crybabies at Yale and Mizzou, screeching for mommy and daddy university to make the world safe for them to sit around and suck their thumbs while those who have the temerity to bruise their fragile labia are deprived of their livelihoods and reputations, Students at Ithaca College in upstate New York held a solidarity walkout, demanding the resignation of President Tom Rochon, saying it was “vital to fight against both covert and overt racism in all places of education and empowerment” on social media.


The students said that several racially charged incidents have not been properly acknowledged by campus leadership, including an event last month where a prominent alumnus made racially insensitive remarks about another alumna at a public event.

It angered many students who said no one stepped in. President Rochon later addressed the issue in a statement, saying the college could not prevent the use of hurtful language on campus and could not promise that it would never host another speaker that might say something offensive.

The contagion has begun. Much like back at camp, these students are getting caught up in the mass hysteria. It’s a moral panic. As the Precious Snowflakes™ screech their own brand of arrogant entitlement, accusing anyone who stands in the way of their allegations of racism and discrimination, other campuses are following suit, manufacturing instances of racism and excoriating those who are perceived to oppose them.

Much like poor Gretta, who fell victim to the hysterical panic among her campers, America’s colleges and universities are being victimized by the students who are manufacturing outrage in order to be part of the herd. They’re feeding off one another and trying to out-clamor each other in a mad scramble to the ultimate prize of victimhood and the perception that they’re brave Davids fighting the mighty establishment Goliath!

Gretta’s campers were 10-11 year old kids. These are ostensibly adults – adults so unprepared to enter the world, they are demanding that colleges and universities coddle, soothe, and nurse them.

In fact, they’re whining, entitled, hysterical maggots.

They’re not heroes fighting for justice. They’re cowards who shrilly shout down anyone who dares to agree with them and dogpile the dissenters until they are forced to resign, destroying lives, reputations, and livelihoods in the process.

Is there anything more selfish and unjust?

UPDATE: Just got a report that the virus has spread to Virginia Commonwealth University. Because… solidarity. And diversity. So says the President of VCU and VCU Health.

This afternoon, a group of VCU students staged a demonstration on The Compass as a sign of support for African American students facing discrimination at the University of Missouri. About 200 people attended the rally, which was positive, peaceful, and appropriate for a university that values diversity, inclusion, and thoughtful action as tenets of a distinctive educational experience. As one of America’s premier research universities, our mission includes thinking about and acting to solve social problems, and I applaud these students for advancing that mission.

Thankfully, these demonstrations were peaceful and no drama took place.

We must always stand together as one VCU, with one mission: to advance the human experience for all people, through teaching, research, creativity, engagement, and care.

That is why I hope that this demonstration was not a singular event, but rather the beginning of a conversation about these critically important topics at VCU and around the nation. To help facilitate this discussion, and to help ensure that we are advancing our mission as well as we would like, I have scheduled a Presidential Forum on Diversity and Inclusion for 12 p.m., Wednesday, November 18 in the Student Commons – Richmond Salons 3 & 4. In addition to my comments, this forum will include senior members of my leadership team; student leaders; and members of our Board of Visitors, for whom diversity and inclusion remain paramount. If you cannot attend the forum, the event will be both livestreamed and live tweeted. Details on remote viewing will follow in the next day or two.

I know we can use this occasion for a candid and open dialogue and constructive engagement so that VCU will continue to be known around the nation as a university that embraces and values diversity and, not just tolerates it.

I do wonder what would happen if someone actually presented a diverse point of view that advocated quality of education and posited that a hospital and university that works to save human lives should focus primarily on quality, regardless of skin color or any other identity politics.

I wonder what would happen if someone stood up and told the group that “safe places,” identity politics, and triggers have no place in a learning environment.

Would that person get fired? Would they be bullied into an undeserved mea culpa if they had any hope of keeping their job?

The state of today’s academia is beyond repugnant.

Self-Defense “Expert” Speaks Out Against Self-Defense


You ever read something so stupid, it makes your eyes bleed? I’ve been wanting to blog about this all weekend, but with no computer and only iPhone access to the Internet, this wasn’t going to work. The blog post would have looked like it was written by a slow child.

But now that I have a computer, the urge to address the utter dumbassery coming from the ignorant maw of alleged “self-defense expert” Mary Anne Franks is strong. In a recent debate about whether or not to allow concealed carry of personal firearms on Florida campuses, Franks testified in the Florida legislature against restoring the right of trained, law-abiding Floridians to defend themselves while studying in the state’s universities.

“Guns are highly effective in committing crimes. They are rarely effective in preventing them,” Franks said.

Franks’ ridiculous claim would come as a surprise to anyone who is actually capable of reading comprehension.

Why, just in the past few days, the media has reported on a concealed carry license holder who stopped an armed robbery in a Chicago neighborhood store, a pizza delivery guy in Florida, who used a gun to defend himself against an armed thug,  an armed Oklahoma man who successfully defended himself against an assailant in his own driveway, an armed father who protected his daughter from an armed thug who held a gun to her head, an armed Michigan homeowner who held off eight… that’s right EIGHT thugs until police arrived, and a California gun owner who ended a hammer rampage. That’s right, hammer rampage.

So maybe Franks just doesn’t have access to the Internet. Maybe she doesn’t make enough money as a “self-defense expert” to purchase a newspaper. Or maybe she’s just too stupid to read. Whatever the reason for the hoplophobic ridiculosity that she spewed, she’s obviously wrong. Very wrong.

Franks said law enforcement officers and military members receive extensive training in firearms yet “struggle to use them effectively and accurately,” citing an 18 percent “hit rate” in gun fights involving the New York Police Department.

A study that examined newspaper reports of gun incidents in Missouri, involving police and civilians revealed that armed civilians successfully stopped criminals 83 percent of the time, compared 68 percent of police. Additionally, only 2 percent of shootings by civilians resulted in an innocent being shot, compared to 11 percent of shootings by police who mistook an innocent person for a criminal.

So what does this mean? Apparently, armed civilians are much more effective at actually preventing crimes than police. This is not to impugn police officers. Many of them are dedicated, skilled professionals. But fact is they can’t be there all the time, and when seconds count, they’re still minutes away. Additionally, while police do have training requirements, many gun owners I know impose much stricter requirements on themselves. They enjoy the training. They practice longer and harder – not because they have to, but because they want to.

And yes, as a member of the U.S. Army, my training was extensive – in basic training. After initial entry training was over, we were lucky if we got the opportunity to qualify once per year.

Again, I don’t say this to impugn our military, but given our jobs, and especially on deployment, it’s not like we could go out and plink whenever we wanted.

Franks then doubles or triples (I’m having trouble keeping up with this much dumbshittery) down on the stupid.

“The fact of the matter is guns escalate aggression. They create a false sense of security. They encourage violence as a first resort,” Franks said.

Is that why 92 percent of defensive gun uses result in no injuries and no shots fired?

And then comes the real doozy from a woman who obviously has never experienced sexual assault, but whose goal is to ensure that everyone else is unable to prevent it should the situation arise. She noted that most assault victims know their attackers.

“Unless someone is going out on a date with her hand on a gun, this is not going to help her,” Franks said.

Franks then went from full retard to full turnip when she inexcusably squawked that “it’s an illusion to think crime victims will exhibit the calm, objective demeanor of a movie hero in defending themselves.”

“Studies done by many, many professional have shown that it is really, really unlikely for anyone to use a gun effectively in self defense, especially in cases of sexual assault,” said Franks.

What’s disgusting is that this is a woman who actually is testifying in a legislative proceeding that women are too incompetent to use a gun in self defense! What’s appalling is that she wants to keep women defenseless, because most sexual assaults are committed by those known to the victim.

While it’s true that 82 percent of sexual assaults are perpetrated by a “non-stranger,” Franks thinks (if you can call her twisted logic that) the other 18 percent don’t deserve the opportunity to defend themselves against someone they don’t know. Additionally, she assumes that every sexual assault happens on a “date” and that a woman shouldn’t carry a self defense tool in those instances.

Franks is like many other hoplophobes who believe that if the odds are against you successfully defending yourself, you shouldn’t even try. Much like the sniffly gun grabbers who point out that the Warsaw Ghetto uprisings were unsuccessful in stopping the slaughter of Jews, and therefore, why even bother, Franks assumes that since a rapist will likely be someone whom the victim knows, she is less likely to be successful at fending off a sexual assault, so why try?

anti-rapeThat’s how little this “self-defense expert” cares about the lives of women! Why bother, ladies? Just lie back and enjoy it. Or piss yourself, because rape isn’t about power and control, but about getting one’s rocks off!


This repugnant invertebrate is an insult to feminism and an affront to all women!

The fact that she considers women too incompetent and emotional to successfully use firearms to prevent assault flies directly in the face of logic and empowerment, as well as actual research.

A 2005 study revealed that resistance does reduce the chances of the rape being carried through to completion. What will armed resistance do? An article by Dave Kopel in the Washington Post this year quotes this study to show that armed self-defense does, indeed, stop an assailant.

The Colorado Sheriffs’ support for defensive arms carrying is confirmed by national data. For example, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts in-person interviews with several thousand persons annually, for the National Crime Victimization Survey. In 1992-2002, over 2,000 of the persons interviewed disclosed they had been raped or sexually assaulted. Of them, only 26 volunteered that they used a weapon to resist. In none of those 26 cases was the rape completed; in none of the cases did the victim suffer additional injury after she deployed her weapon.

That’s right. Women who admitted to have used firearms in self-defense to prevent a rape were successful in doing so.

Franks’ contention that women are incapable of rationally defending themselves is offensive to its core. It’s cowardly. It’s false. It’s insulting to strong, independent women.

Those who think the right is waging some kind of “war on women,” because goddammit, every woman should be able to buy condoms at taxpayer expense, and if you don’t think so… SHUT UP MISOGYNIST! are apparently not appalled at this barely coherent snatch impugning the ability, good sense, skill, and judgment of fellow women. They’re apparently not disgusted at Franks’ lack of respect for her females and their lives and dignity. They don’t care that she advocates rendering women helpless – unable to use the most effective self-defense tool on the market today – apparently as long as she supports taxpayer funded condoms and abortions!

Of course we shouldn’t be surprised that this progtard would advocate disarmament of women, given her publication history in such notably leftist publications as the Huffing-glue Post and the Atlantic.

We also shouldn’t be shocked that her political agenda trumps all, including common sense, women’s dignity, and safety on campus.

“It’s not going to prevent anything…” Except when it does


The debate about having guns on college campuses continues, and government bureaucrats seem to be getting more shrill about their belief that guns should be kept away from college campuses.

Yesterday, University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Chief Susan Riseling said she hopes a proposal to revoke a ban on guns in campus buildings doesn’t even get to the point where she would have to testify against it at a hearing.

Because REASONS!

“I hope the people of Wisconsin realize that college campuses are different and are unique,” Riseling said. “Where does this end? Do we then make sure that our school zones are not gun-free anymore? It just keeps going on and on. The proliferation of weapons in our society is actually leading to more problems, not fewer problems.”

Yes, college campuses are, in fact, different and unique. They’re much bigger than your average elementary school, where an armed resources officer can respond to an incident in a reasonable amount of time, and most of them forbid law-abiding adults – both students and professors – from carrying firearms on campus, rendering them and those around them defenseless. Even police will admit it takes them a few minutes to respond to a violent event. How many innocent people can an armed thug gun down in that time?

No. The best way to stop a violent attack is with immediate violent response. An armed, trained civilian is there at the onset of an event. Does Riseling honestly think this will create more problems than it will solve?

There are currently three states that allow concealed carry of firearms on campus: Idaho, Colorado, and Utah. passed legislation to allow concealed carry on its eight public colleges and universities in March 2014. Since then, there have been no mass shootings, no blood in the streets, and no incidents of students shooting one another on campus. There was one incident of a negligent discharge when a professor carrying his firearm in his pocket (REALLY?!) shot himself in the foot. Other than that, no incidents, no shootings, nothing.

In Utah, 13 universities and colleges permit concealed guns on campus. Again, nothing happened. No one has been shot on campus, accidentally or otherwise. Gun grabbing nuts will screech about the cancellation of feminist activist Anita Sarkeesian’s speech at Utah State University last year due to alleged “threats,” which authorities didn’t even think were credible. However, the cancellation was not the result of concealed carry being allowed on campus, but rather because Sarkeesian pitched a fit when the university refused to treat her like a VIP and spend time and money securing the venue against questionable threats.

Colorado has numerous colleges that allow concealed firearms on campus. In the 12 years that the state has allowed guns on campus there hasn’t been a single crime committed by permit holders. There have been no mass shootings, no blood running on campus streets, and only one negligent discharge by an employee resulting in no injuries and a firing of the employee in question.

But facts don’t matter to Riseling, who went on to claim that “In essence, it’s going to increase the likelihood of an accident, mistake, a fight that would have been settled with fists being settled by gunfire as we saw recently at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.”

Of course, Riseling conveniently forgot to mention that students are prohibited from carrying guns on that college’s campus, and the shooter, who has been charged with one count of first degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault by the Northern Arizona University police department, wasn’t carrying that weapon legally on campus in the first place. But hey… anything to advance the narrative, right?

Riseling’s final point advocates mental health intervention and threat assessment teams as the best way to prevent campus shootings. “That’s the way to prevent these things from happening. It’s not the way to react by letting everyone be armed. That’s not going to solve any of our problems.” Here we see the typical gun grabber fallacy. Allowing trained, law-abiding individuals to defend themselves and others with a firearm in case of an armed attack is in no way equivalent to “letting everyone be armed.” Ultimately gun ownership and the will to carry is a choice that far from everyone will be willing to make. It’s a responsibility for others that many don’t want. And while mental health services and threat assessment teams are all well and good, when it comes to an active shooter incident, they have already failed.

“It’s not going to prevent anything,” Riseling ignorantly claims. Well, except when it did.

Like in the 1997 Pearl High School massacre that was stopped by vice principal Joel Myrick with his Colt .45, which he had to retrieve from his car

Like at the Parker Middle School dance in 1998 when 14-year-old Andrew Jerome Wurst Killed one person and wounded three others before being subdued by James Strand – the owner of the venue where the dance took place, who subdued Wurst with a shotgun and held him until police arrived.

Like the Appalachian School of Law shooting in 2002 where two armed students stopped an armed nutbag from committing more carnage.

It really boggles the mind that these spineless amoeba are so terrified of guns, that they don’t even think one should try to stop a violent offender! It’s not often that armed students or teachers on the scene stop a rampaging armed derelict (mostly thanks to the disarmament policies at schools and campuses), so therefore no one should even attempt it, according to these panty shitters.

These are the same invertebrates who claim that because the Warsaw Ghetto uprising still resulted in the deaths of thousands of Jews, arming victims does nothing, so why bother? Does that mean you just genuflect in front of your abusers? Does this mean you don’t try to resist? Does this mean you just give up your life without a fight?

They don’t want you to have even a fighting chance at survival! They’re cowards who would rather die on their knees and fight for their lives.


Probably because they believe that giving students on our college campuses an opportunity to fight back will reduce the need for armed authorities, bureaucrats, “threat assessment teams” and anything else that justifies their existence. After all, an armed individual is an independent human being, capable of taking immediate action should the situation warrant intervention. A priggish bureaucrat can’t possibly match that ability, making the bureaucrat as useless as Roseanne Barr at a gym.

This is Teaching Your Kids


Hey, parents of students attending The College at Brockport in New York! You might want to check out what is teaching your kids. I always thought that in order to teach at the university level, you had to have at least a basic knowledge of fundamental things that are America. Apparently, to become Director of Women and Gender Studies at The College at Brockport (Translation: teach women to snivel, whine, and blame men for their lot in life) you only need to be a dried up hipster hag and be uniquely uninformed about anything having to do with BADTHINK, such as guns, for instance. Barbara LeSavoy is just that – an endless fount of stupid in a world where stupid is pretty damn common!

I urge President Obama to ban firearm possession in America. He is the president of the United States. He can change the country. He can do it today. I believe in him.

Delusion much?

He’s such a miracle worker, that he will somehow take a large, steamy dump on the Constitution, and no one will bat an eyelash! That’s how brilliant he is!

I voted for Barack Obama. Twice.

I’m shocked… absolutely floored at this revelation!

This is my shocked face.

During his 2008 presidential campaign, my two daughters, partner, and I ate every meal in our house on Obama placemats. We bought these at our local supermarket, plastic-coated, plate-sized paper rectangles with an image of his face framed by colors of the flag. While politically minded, I am not overly patriotic, so this mealtime ritual of American allegiance was odd for me. Still, we looked at the image of his face each day and we believed that he really could be the change in America.

“And then… we all genuflected in front of a little shrine with Teh Won’s visage on it and said a little prayer to Obama!”


What. The. Flying. Hell. Kind. Of. Douchery. Is. This????

This is quite possibly the stupidest thing I’ve read all year, and this includes the dumbass who shat himself over an NRA bumper sticker! I also note with no small amount of irony that this sniffly harpy is ostensibly a feminist, who, along with her partner (ostensibly female), teaches her daughters how to prostrate themselves at the feet of a man. Nice job setting women back a few hundred years, you nitwit!

As Obama’s 2012 campaign approached, I was a little jaded. Some of his promises to our country did not come true, and I was anxious about rising social tensions he and his administration faced. Racial inequality plagued the news, gender-based violence grew in global proportion, and women’s reproductive freedoms had become increasingly vulnerable.

Still, I did not waver. I dug into our old dining room cupboards, and found our worn but resilient Obama placements. I dusted them off, and once again, my family and I ate all of our meals looking at his image. In his presidency, we still imagined a country on the edge of change.

Guess reality didn’t kick you in the ovaries hard enough. Whom did you blame, Cupcake? Those eeeeevil Rethuglicans? Because your Lord and Savior obviously can do no wrong in your eyes! Did you imagine the vomiting subsequent to your staring at Those place mats during your meal was caused by Ted Cruz?

Today, I write this letter with a bleeding heart. I admire Obama. But he has let me down. I am disappointed because his presidency could have done more for our country, and sadly, the many taken lives who cannot read this essay. I still worry about urgent social tensions facing our nation, and I recognize their ongoing complexities in policy and legislative action. But gun violence can be averted. Can our country ever be free from senseless gun-crime?

Apparently, this one’s excuse for a brain isn’t firing with all pistons. She unequivocally claims “gun violence” can be avoided, while at the same time plaintively asking if we can ever be free from “senseless gun-crime.” Yeah, we can be free of it. If we leave peaceable citizens alone to exercise their right to self-defense and stop standing in the way of them exercising their Second Amendment rights. Oh, that’s NOT what you had in mind? How did we guess?

Firearm possession should be banned in America; President Obama can orchestrate this directive. His presidency can be remembered as a remarkable turn in United States history where a progressive leader forever changed the landscape under which we live and work. This is his legacy. To establish gun control laws in America that will reduce high levels of male violence and usher in a culture of peace and civility.

There’s so much stupid in this paragraph, it’s really difficult to decide what to address first. Is it the folly of banning the ownership of a tool that is used in self-defense millions of times per year? Because, obviously if we ban something, criminals won’t use it. It worked SO well with heroin, coke, and other drugs, after all! Is it the claim that the President of the United States can unilaterally violate the Constitution? Is it the borderline retarded, debunked claim that gun control has any hope of reducing violence and ushering in a “culture of peace and civility?” Because the near-ban of firearms after Dunblane in Britain didn’t make one iota of a difference in violence? Is it the contention that somehow Obama can overcome that whole Constitution thingy?

I’m also wondering if this daft bint will be advocating “male control” in the near future, since the vast majority of violent crimes are committed by men? Probably… except for Lord and Savior Obama, of course, whose place mats she still worships in her candle-lit alcove adorned with newspaper clippings of Teh Won™.

Barack Obama is the president of the United States. He can change the country. He can do it today. I believe in him.

Repeating something so incredibly stupid, it actually pains the eyes to read it, will not make it come true, but go ahead and whip out your magic Obama place mat again. See how that works out for you.

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