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To “maintain and increase enrollment” a college considers dropping various liberal arts majors.
Scott Greenfield: End immunity for dirty prosecutors.
After leading a class discussion about the anti-gun school walkouts a teacher is put on leave, apparently for asking students to consider the “wrong” (conservative) question.
Sometimes conspiracy theories turn out to be true. Like the one that said Broward county cops were deliberately letting juveniles like the Parkland murderer off the hook.
The western world isn’t becoming less religious. The fanatics are still with us; they’ve just adopted a new belief called intersectionality. (And before that … state worship, of which intersectionality is just one of the craziest sects.)
The government killed free checking. Can Amazon restore it?
J.D. Tuccille on vilification of gun owners (and the culture war in general).
A charity founded in the name of Philando Castile pays off huge school lunch debt. Apparently, it’s what that kind-hearted murder victim would have wanted.
Even the NYT sometimes allows a pro-gun view to slip through. Bethany Mandel wanted to be a good mom, so she bought a gun.
“Bomb the schools: A modest proposal.” Hey, she said it, not me. Might be satire, too; you never know. Left-wing satire, so be aware of that.
Then there’s #SwingBombSF, hanging playful swings myseriously around the city.
Cracked, which is usually entertaining but also anti-gun, includes the Battle of Athens, Tennessee in a listicle on real-life events as crazy as movie plots.
For the children! Ban the square root sign!
Funny how Authoritah can rush to investigate a math joke, but ignore multiple threats and an extremely detailed and specific warning of a real threat.
Forget the guns (and the square root signs). It’s all actually about toxic masculinity. Or whatever other mad agenda is trendy today.
Okay, you’ve heard by now that the resource officer on site at the Florida school shooting was being paid $75k a year (plus benefits!) to cower behind a pillar while students in his dubious care were murdered. But boy, he seems to have been a general freeloading sleaze even before that.
And he’s just the latest in a long and growing line of coward cops.
I haven’t been paying much attention to any Trump-administration scandals (all those imaginary Russians!). But this news on how Paul Manafort got tripped up by his inability to handle everyday tech is hilarious. When you’re faking it with millions of dollars you’d think you’d at least put a touch of effort into your deceptions.
The president of the University of Chicago is on board with free speech on campus. So are the students, apparently. 100 professors, on the other hand …
Who are the rich white men institutionalizing transgender ideology?
Some Silicon Valley parents are raising their kids tech-free. Or at least tech-light.
When you want to know how many people are fleeing an area (in this case, San Francisco and Silicon Valley), check out the U-Haul rates.
With the help of creatively greedy lawyers, some California towns are criminalizing nuisance code violations — and trying to squeeze big bux out of people who don’t have the money.
Hey, knee-jerking bigots: Sessions is actually right about something for a change. The office of sheriff is from the Anglo-American legal tradition
Don’t even bother trying the “too irrational to be a terrorist” defense.
Seems this teacher never learned either the Bill of Rights, school district policy, or elementary human interaction during her education.
Who’s behind the Trump dossier that the FBI relied on? Oh, this gets so thick and deep I can’t even go there. But it does help explain why the left — which has always rightly distrusted the FBI — is suddenly in love with its historic nemesis. (H/T DBH)
From FiveGallonIdeas.com, a DIY emergency kit in a bucket.
Kit Perez writes her first article on Medium. Four ways the surveillance state is expanding that most people don’t realize.
Is the medical “system” in the U.S. post-apocalyptic or pre-modern? Both?