Adjunct Professor Michael Issacson at the John Jay College, a part of the City University of New York system and a used-to-be prestigious school has expressed his disdain for and hopes for violence against police officers, tweeting
He then showed he meant it, telling the New York Daily News regarding his tweet,
Oh, that s—? Everybody dies.
The college management’s response? President Karol Mason in her press release:
A Democratic congresswoman said drawing attention to a colleague’s first job in the fast food industry is racist.
Congressman Joe Wilson (R, SC) was talking up the value of a fast food job as a means of gaining valuable experience and life/work lessons while on the job, and he mentioned that Senator Tim Scott (R, SC) had started out in such a starter job in a Chick-fil-A franchise, and now he was a sitting Senator.
[Franchises] provide entry level jobs for people to have first-time employment, improve themselves, and succeed. In South Carolina we particularly recognize this. US Senator Tim Scott had his first job at a Chick-fil-A franchise.
Now FEMA is doing it, and it’s religious discrimination. Churches, bastions of succor in times of disaster—like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma—suffer their own damages in those disasters, as they did in Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. However, unlike other charitable organizations in similar straits, churches are being denied FEMA assistance to recover.
Law on this is not clear because separation of church and state, New York University Law Professor Burt Neuborne is claiming.
The difficulty is that the Constitution has two provisions in it. It has a freedom of religion, but it also has kind of a freedom from religion which prevents government money from being used for religious purposes, worship purposes.
Sarah Jaffe, an author of sorts, is claiming in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma that property ownership and the related enforcement of laws against looting is a matter of white supremacy.
@Dpdreamer had the most appropriate response.
Unfortunately, though, this sewage has become all too typical of the American Left.
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Senator Diane Feinstein (D, CA) during her inquisition of Judge Amy Barrett, who was appearing before the Senate Judicial Committee pursuant to her nomination to the 7th Circuit:
Why is it that so many of us on this side have this very uncomfortable feeling that—you know, dogma and law are two different things. And I think whatever a religion is, it has its own dogma. The law is totally different. And I think in your case, professor, when you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for years in this country.
Planned Parenthood has it. On the matter of DACA and President Donald Trump giving Congress six months to fix the thing—including codifying its current structure in law, but do the law, not Executive Order—Planned Parenthood, through its CEO Cecile Richards had this to say:
Here at Planned Parenthood, we firmly believe that every person has the right to live, work, and raise a family freely and without the threat of deportation or separation[.]
Every person but babies, apparently. Far too often, they’re just inconveniences to be aborted and either thrown away or their body parts peddled to…researchers. These inconvenient babies are not to be permitted to live, work, and raise a family freely.
Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein, the United Nations’ top human rights official, said US President Donald Trump’s relentless attacks on news outlets like the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, ABC, CBS and others could be seen as incitement to violence against journalists.
And he said that with a straight face, too. Never mind that Trump has never threatened a journalist with violence; although, journalists have questioned his sanity and called for his elimination.
Deutsche Welle‘s own piece carrying the UN statement contributes to the distortion. Their own link demonstrates the lie of DW‘s contention.
After two bills enacted into law that require the Veterans Administration to let our veterans get appointments outside the VA rather than wait interminable time periods to see a VA doctor, the problem has gotten worse. Now there’s a wait period at the VA to get those outside appointments—because the VA must give permission for the outside appointment rather than standing and delivering. It’s especially bad at the Shreveport, LA, VA hospital, but it’s not unique to that place.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page editors closed their Monday opinion piece with this remark:
The mainstream left ought to denounce it [Antifa’s censorious criminality] as much as the right should reject white supremacists.
The right does denounce white supremacists—and all bigots, not only white supremacists. We get called out by the dishonest Left and its NLMSM for not denouncing only the white supremacists.
Did I say “dishonest Left and its NLMSM?” That the Left chooses to embrace its hate groups and bigots rather than denounce them demonstrates the accuracy of the characterization.
And the misrepresentation of the NLMSM.
A hundred members of Left-wing hate groups, including Antifa—hooded, no less, and armed with clubs—”broke through” police lines in Berkeley Sunday to attack the leader of a Conservative group, Patriot Prayer, which the NLMSM claims is “right-wing” rather than Conservative, and a separate group of four.
Notice that. The Left’s hate groups are hooded and carrying weapons; their targets are unarmed with faces bare, not looking for trouble and unafraid of being identified.