Snowflakes

Time to Ask Your Legislators to Protect Free Speech in the UNH System

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2017

The recently released UNH Interim Report Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate is not about the weather, but it does involve snowflakes. Let me drop one on your tongue so you can get a taste. “UNH must develop a sustainable inclusive campus climate and make diversity and inclusion integral to a 21st-century education where we […]

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Oberlin Follows Mizzou and Evergreen – Enrollment Drops, Financial Woes

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2017

Oberlin College is at the forefront of social justice outrage hoaxes but until recently had not reported any real-world consequences. See what I did there? Real world? Mizzou went full-stupid with their fake outrage which cost them, and cost them and cost them, and then cost them some more. Evergreen took it to another level, and now they […]

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Non-Binary Gender Pronoun Guide – In Case You Actually Give A ****!

by Steve MacDonald September 5, 2017

We’ve been doing this long enough to know that some percentage of the audience will cave when the progressive Bandersnatch comes calling. You’ll be all haughty, repeal-Obamacare, defend the Constitution and all that until the Democrats start calling you names and suddenly you are talking about bi-partisan this and crossing the aisle that. You know who […]

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The Progressive Inheritance: Snowflakes Triggering Snowflakes Triggering Snowflakes

by Steve MacDonald July 17, 2017

A professional snowflake admits to having to self-censor her own speech to avoid triggering other snowflakes, among other things. A circumstance ripe with opportunity.  I self-police what I say in activist spaces. I stopped commenting on social media with questions or pushback on leftist opinions for fear of being called out. I am always ready […]

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Supreme Court unanimous: There is no ‘hate speech’ exception to the First Amendment

by Steve MacDonald June 20, 2017

Grab your ‘shovels’ and mount your “plows” ladies and gentleman because it’s time to move some snowflakes. The Supreme Court has unanimously confirmed that there is no hate Speech exception to the first amendment. Justice Kennedy writing for four justices said, A law found to discriminate based on viewpoint is an “egregious form of content […]

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Trump Is A Fraud

by Rick Olson February 5, 2017

“The one pervading evil of democracy is the tyranny of the majority, or rather of that party, not always the majority, that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections.”  -Lord Acton “This guy is a Fraud,” said Bernie Sanders Sunday to CNN’s State of the Union. Bernie Sanders…The advocate for the working man! Um…exactly, […]

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Pussyhats to Protest Trump

by Steve MacDonald January 2, 2017

Put down your safety pins ladies and pick up some knitting needles. The Pussyhat Project was started by two Los Angeles women who published designs for the hat online. The movement spread and now thousands are getting together to knit the hats to distribute at the marches. You are meant to wear one in protest of Trumps’ […]

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Garrison’s Twelve Days Of Trumpmass

by Mike December 29, 2016

Ben Garrison is an excellent cartoonist with an eye for detail that keeps on giving, rather like the best kids’ books have detail that keeps the grown-ups smiling even as they read a story for the 100th time. Since he punctures liberals and statists so well, trolls have gone to great lengths to sully his […]

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Hampshire College is Flying the American Flag Again (Begrudgingly)

by Steve MacDonald December 4, 2016

Hampshire College is flying the American flag again. Hampshire College, which had previously removed its American flag after President-elect Donald Trump’s victory on Election Day, has returned the flag to its usual position on campus. The flag went to half mast after Hillary lost, then was burned.  Rather than replace it and fly it properly the College […]

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Snowflakes

by Susan Olsen March 29, 2016

“Physical work without producing something is alien to my mind. By producing something I mean putting up the winter’s wood, working the garden, setting a fence. But jogging? Exercise club membership? How precious. Clean hands exercise is for people recovering from a long illness or an operation, or the elderly in an old folk’s home. […]

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Mizzou Has On-Line Form to Report People “Making Fun”

by Steve MacDonald January 18, 2016
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I’d be surprised if Mizzou didn’t get this idea from the Obama administration (Attack Watch, Truth Team, See something Say Something, etc.,). The University of Missouri is encouraging its students to file a report any time they hear someone make fun of another person on campus for any reason. In fact, Mizzou apparently considers campus teasing […]

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Notable Quote – Daniel Greenfield

by Susan Olsen November 4, 2015

“1984’s world was obsessively serious. Our 2015 social tyranny is absurdly trivial. It’s a world whose leaders is always looking for goofy photo ops while he violates the last remaining shreds of the law. Every crime is buried under a thousand shrieking viral headlines that alternate between fake empowerment and fake outrage.”

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Well, bless her heart…

by Susan Olsen August 16, 2015

“While donning a hoop skirt on occasion may not constitute a hate crime (whether it is a crime of fashion is another matter), make no mistake: The Southern belle performances routinely staged on campuses across the South constitute choreography of exclusion.”    

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Notable Quote – Caitlin Flanagan

by Susan Olsen August 10, 2015

“But the students’ taste in entertainment was uniform. They liked their slam poets to deliver the goods in tones of the highest seriousness and on subjects of lunar bleakness; they favored musicians who could turn out covers with cheerful precision; and they wanted comedy that was 100 percent risk-free, comedy that could not trigger or […]

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Snowflakes

by Susan Olsen July 19, 2015

“…you have no right to feel safe.  You have no constitutional right. You have no moral right. You have no right at all.  You have a right not to be physically harmed, but your feelings, just like everyone else’s, are fair game for bruising.  No one says you have to suffer in silence. Don’t like […]

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Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2015
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From “Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder” –Theodore Dalrymple at City Journal What is most interesting from the cultural point of view about the preposterous nonsense of trigger warnings for Victorian books is the obvious thirst or desire for victimization that they express. Victims are the heroes of the politically correct; their victimhood confers unique moral authority upon […]

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Available Soon

by Susan Olsen May 17, 2015

I applied to become a distributor…  

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