Before he was shot dead while attempting to murder a bunch of people with a car and a butcher's knife, Ohio State University student Abdul Artan—a Pakistani immigrant who reportedly became radicalized after learning about injustices committed against fellow Muslims—was enrolled in a class called "Crossing Identity Boundaries."
In fact, he had a group project on "microaggressions" due later this week. The assignment, worth 15 percent of his grade, required students to find a dozen examples of microaggressions on social media and explain which identity groups were the victims, according to the syllabus.
They spend their time they're victims, and 'it's horrible what's happening to you!', and then wonder why they attack the supposed victimizers.
And it will never be abused, oh no, we can trust the EffingBI...
Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure was updated earlier
in the year, but didn't come into force until today, which gave Congress
time to stop the rule change if it so wanted. This update to the rule
allows federal law enforcement to seek permission to hack into large numbers of computers in any jurisdiction with a single judge's permission. Before today a
judge could only authorize hacking into computers within his or her own
Guy who said Trump's election was a 'whitelash', whose side is cheering wildfires because 'Trump voters are suffering!' says
“The Republicans see themselves as the party of color-blind
individualism, and that’s beautiful. But they have somehow created a
space for a small number of racially hateful people to come in their
party. They’ve got to deal with that too.”
Your party has some of the nastiest bigots around, Jones, you doing anything about that?
He also says
“Liberals and Democrats, we see ourselves as champions of the poor and
downtrodden,” added Jones, a former adviser to President Obama.
we have somehow let a little camp of elitist-sounding, snobby people
come into the party, and it's obnoxious. They talk down to people, and
everybody hates it.”
'Somehow'? You worked to put them in charge, you nasty little commie bastard. Your party is also the one trying to make this guy the party head. Anything to say about that?
In the land of Mommies Want and Bloomberg-approved gun laws,
In a year of relentless violence, Chicago has hit another grim milestone, exceeding 700 homicides for the first time in nearly two decades, according to official Police Department records.
The year got off to a violent start with 50 homicides in January and
rarely let up even after the end of the summer — the peak season for
The 701 homicides through Wednesday marked a nearly 56
percent jump from the 450 killings a year earlier. With one month still
to go, that represents the most homicides since 704 in 1998. There were
761 homicides in 1997.
We have been informed that this is all because surrounding states don't have Chicago-style gun laws. Unexplained by these people is why, then, the surrounding states don't have the same homicide problems Chicago has.