When you talk about use of cruelty to instill fear, the KKK and ICE have a good deal in common.
The ad is the worst piece of garbage dressed up as political propaganda I’ve ever seen. It is so bad I would not put it down my gargage disposal, because it would muck it up.
I thought about rights and the law this week, as items in the news lead to those subjects these days.
Reedies Against Racism undertook a mutiny, and succeeded. Consequently, they destroyed in twenty-four months, a set of traditions that developed over more than a century.
Confederate soldiers and their families are not villains, either now or in history. Vandals who pull down monuments to their memory are.
Yet I suppose the TSFSMS hopes that even if students can wear black armbands to protest a war, they still have to participate in coerced pledges to the flag. Let’s keep our priorities straight.
The latest issue we have in front of us is whether Christine Ford or Brett Kavanaugh bears the burden of …
None of these accusers or bandwagon jumpers want Kavanaugh to defend himself. They want him to ruin him. We say we want the truth, but rumors have no bearing on the truth. If you want privacy, do not accuse. If you want truth, attach your name to it.
We make sure the adolescent girls are raped no more than once or maybe twice a week. That way they can recover. As for the boys, we put them in the secure housing unit only when necessary.
The Charlottesville battle occurred one year ago this weekend. I’m not sure anyone believes that confrontation will be the last one.
In this whole sad chain, it takes only one person to say “No, I’m not going to do this.” One person can stop the whole train. We are not at the point where secret police take you out back to shoot you if you refuse to go along, but school districts fire people for far less. If this train keeps rolling, we may wonder why we did not try to stop it when we could.
The administrative state creates horrific procedures and places, places where people suffer, and pretends that’s just how it has to be. That is exactly the way officials who justify the practices talk about them: that is how it has to be.