Like many of you, I've been watching the Mizzou protests, all of which seem to be based on lies so the Social Justice Warriors could stir up trouble. I mean, if you're going to protest, shouldn't your protest be based on provable incidents? Just asking
While we're talking about Mizzou, it seems that Assistant Professor Click has become click-bait. I'd assume that an Assistant Professor of Mass Communication would understand the First Amendment and filming in public places. Evidently, Click has no clue, so she attacked a journalist covering the protests. Of course, once she laid hands on the journalist, she committed a criminal offense, and the journalist is pressing charges.
I do feel sorry (not) for the good professor, because her life's work just got condensed into a short YouTube video that shows she neither understands the Constitution nor the role of the free press. Whatever other research she might have done, any simple Google search for her name will turn up the video of her being an asshole. Simply an asshole. It's a resume-builder, all right.
Jonathon Rausch offers an excellent trigger waring to prospective college students.
“Warning: Although this university values and encourages civil expression and respectful personal behavior, you may at any moment, and without further notice, encounter ideas, expressions and images that are mistaken, upsetting, dangerous, prejudiced, insulting or deeply offensive. We call this education.”
In other news, it seems that the FBI has expanded it's probe of Hillary Clinton and one prong of the investigation is focusing on "materially false statements". Heh! Hillary should ask Martha Stewart how that type probe normally works out.
More locally, our CFDA club, the Thorn Valley Shootists Society is prepping for our Invitational match this weekend. PawPaw will be busy with last minute things, but expect plenty of news