Why The Notion of Slavery Reparations is Ludicrous

Professor Lawrence Brown of Morgan State University tweeted out some interesting ideas last week. Brown has since shut off the tap to the public, but luckily, Steven Crowder screen-grabbed several of his tweets before that happened. On June 1, 2015, Brown tweeted: “My new criteria for white allies is gonna be: How much are you using your whiteness to LITERALLY eliminate the racial wealth gap?” He also tweeted this gem: Even if Brown is writing facetiously, his tweets being up a much greater Read more […]

Georgetown Student Mugged At Gun-Point; Blames His Own “Privilege”

“Teach me to feel another’s woe, to hide the fault I see, that mercy I to others show, that mercy shown to me.” – Alexander Pope Who, or what gives us rights? Human rights are given to us by God, and some of those God-given rights are secured for us in our constitution. As Americans, we have the right to speak freely, to assemble peacefully, and to keep, and bear firearms—among many other rights. But what gives us the right to violate the rights of another American? Is there any point at which Read more […]

Prisoners In Cali Go On Hunger Strike: Who Cares?

“Going on a hunger strike to hurt someone else is like lighting yourself on fire and expecting your enemy to burn. It is useless in the most idiotic way.” I wrote an article a while back concerning the Gitmo hunger strike. My main point was: who cares? Well, now prisoners in a California penitentiary are on a hunger strike to protest the conditions of solitary confinement. A hunger strike is defined as missing more than nine meals in a row. The strike began with over twelve thousand participants, Read more […]

Abusive Court Brutalizing Pleading Woman Shows Why Civilization Requires Capital Punishment

I’ve watched this video several times. It is making me crazy. Granted, video can be misleading. And perhaps the judge was afraid because of coercion that goes on in the courtroom. I don’t know. But on the face of it, this shows us a pleading woman making a plausible charge against a cop (specifically, a marshal). Even if she were lying, the only way the cop could be in a position to get slandered was because he put himself in a room alone with the woman. It shows two cops coercing, Read more […]

Should Crime be Prevented or Punished?

In the wake of 9/11, the American civil government produced one of the most anti-constitutional laws ever to be passed: the USA PATRIOT Act. More about that and the misuse of the term “domestic terrorism” here. Not only did it seriously curtail many of your civil liberties, it also set the stage for every similar piece of legislation that has come after it (including the NDAA and the UN Small Arms Treaty). It set the stage by finally transitioning the government’s judicial responsibility from Read more […]

Islamic Child Abuse gets you Probation in Arizona

Apparently torturing your offspring is no longer a violent offense in Phoenix, Arizona. Last week an Arizona Superior Court Judge awarded (and I mean awarded) probation to a Muslim family who admitted to kidnapping, beating and trying to kill their nineteen-year-old daughter. Islamists rejoice! “Honor violence” is now officially sanctioned as part of the American culture. According to Maricopa County Prosecutors, in February 2012, Aiya Altameemi, a nineteen-year-old Muslim female was beaten, Read more […]