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Fighting Systems Of Oppression: UCLA Will Now Pay Students To Be “Social Justice Advocates”

Authored by Mac Slavo via, As the warped social justice ideology has proliferating on college campuses, “bias response teams” have also multiplied. Though they were unheard of several years ago, they now exist on over two hundred college campuses. They consist of students and administrators who basically act as “speech police.” They narc on […]

Evergreen State College Chaos Reigns: “Whiteness Is The Most Violent F**king System Ever”

Via The, A new video has surfaced of students this past week at Evergreen State College yelling and ranting about everything from “racist white teachers” and “white-ass administrators” to “black power!”  during a so-called “meeting” with President George Bridges and other college administrators. Apparently, the activists are not pleased that this recording made its way […]

Are We Really That Divided?

Authored by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, If we don't challenge these poisonous polarizing binaries, they may well trigger the accidental suicide of our polity. If there is any statement about politics in America that qualifies as as a truism accepted by virtually everyone, left, right or independent, it's that America is a deeply divided […]

Don’t You Hate Spammy, Sensationalist Click-Bait Like This?

Authored by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, So what's the difference between "fake news," spammy sensationalist click-bait and so-called "mainstream news" that serves the interests of the corporate-state? It's getting hard to tell. We're inundated with spammy sensationalist click-bait. You know what I mean–the little boxes containing eye-candy photos and headlines such as "you won't […]

Tempted to harbor deep resentments against blacks, government, or family? I am.

“Government is the great fiction, through which everybody endeavors to live at the expense of everybody else.”  -Frédéric Bastiat   ZeroHedge readers may recall that Louisiana rapper, Maine Muzik, shown above with the cash, said during a YouTube video recording that he would kill Donald Trump if his, “Mamma’s food stamps are taken away.” Donald […]

National Park Service BTFO: Cucked Agency Ordered to Cease Using Twitter After Mocking Trump Inauguration

Victim #1: National Park Service Reason: For being democratic shills on Twitter Cause of Death: Fucking with the God Emperor on his day of ascension I can hear the cries of fascism from the social justice warriors of America now. By god, Trump ordered the assholes from the NPS to cease using twitter after the […]

CNN Caught Lying Twice In One Day! Nancy Sinatra and Reddit Put The Brakes On #FakeNews

  CNN just can’t stop lying! The purveyors of #FakeNews have once again been caught, twice, peddling propaganda on Inauguration day. First, Nancy Sinatra called them out for a bullshit tweet suggesting she wasn’t happy with Trump’s use of a Frank Sinatra song during the Inauguration:   Second, CNN published a bullshit article suggesting a low turnout compared to […]

CNN Caught in Locker Room Talk; Crew Jokes About Trump’s Plane Crashing

Nothing to see here. The girls at CNN were merely fraternizing, joking it up about the President elect’s airplane crashing. If you listen closely, one of the catamites caught giggling said he’d only be injured, not killed, so there’s that.  Hot mics are a bitch and so is the person who made these comments. Content […]

The Political Triumph Of The Empty Gesture

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Public displays of empty gestures are no substitute for action. Politics is the art of the symbolic gesture. The successful symbolic gesture gains gravitas by crystallizing a narrative that attracts a consensus that then powers policies of substance. The politics-as-usual gesture is empty of substance, serving only to […]

The Second Amendment & The Linguistics Of The Arms Debate / By William Lafferty / March 24, 2013 When I used to teach composition, it was common for students to say, “I know what I wanted to say, but I just didn’t know how to say it.”  I always told them, “What you know is reflected in your words.  If it’s not in the words, […]