Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

If you stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything, this video from the Family Policy Institute of Washington argues:


  1. Dave says:

    They’re so open minded that their brains have fallen out. The students are literally incapable of admitting that it’s OK to say no to someone perpetrating an obvious fraud, like expecting to be referred to as a Chinese lesbian even though you’re a male. Our society is doomed.

  2. Slovenian Guest says:

    You don’t believe your lying eyes? Good!

  3. Slovenian Guest says:

    Here is Dinesh D’Souza debating some asylum inmates at Amherst College.

  4. Slovenian Guest says:

    From A Generation of Cheap Sardonics, by Davis M.J. Aurini:

    Narcissism is a theme that runs throughout the writings of The Last Psychiatrist. If you’re watching it, it’s for you. It’s a slippery concept. Each time you think you’ve nailed it down – there it goes, skittering away into the shadows. Are you laughing at the stupid depravity of Honey Boo boo and her trashy family? You’re the target audience for that pablum; feeling self-righteous over your own mediocrity is the whole point. Holden Caulfield slinks about the outskirts of society, calling everyone else a phony; meanwhile cynical moderns reject and ridicule sincerity, while slavishly subscribing to a porn star’s twitter. When you believe in nothing you can’t be duped – except, of course, you’ll be duped by everything.

    (sardonic, adjective, grimly mocking)

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