Connecticut Democrats in the state’s Senate have proposed creating a new state police department that would be tasked with specifically combating “far-right” extremism.
The proposal, which was unveiled Wednesday as part of the state Senate Democrats’ “A Just Connecticut” agenda, would publicly fund a new state police department that specializes in investigating “far-right extremist groups and individuals,” according to a news release.
Senate President Pro Tem Martin Looney said the proposal is aimed at combating “potential” hate crimes but stressed that his caucus has no intention of persecuting people for their political beliefs, the Hartford Courant reported.
Meaning, as all experience shows, the new Stasi has the intention of persecuting people for their political beliefs. “Far right”, as we know by now, is defined as a belief that is not raving off-the-cliff progressive.
Really what we have here is that the elites are growing tired of right wing citizen dissent. Readers can help me out/ Is there any truth to the rumor the proposed Stasi commissioner will be an Antifa member?
“Unfortunately, people who entertain hateful beliefs … are protected as long as [those beliefs] don’t result in hate-crime actions. That’s what we’re talking about,” Mr. Looney told reporters Wednesday. “We want to be more aggressive in enforcing our laws and identifying likely sources of potential domestic terrorism acts against religious institutions and ethnic institutions.”
Out of one side of his crooked mouth the aptly named Looney says he doesn’t want to go after people holding politically incorrect beliefs, then out of the other side, he says that’s exactly what he wants.
(All markings original in the quote.)
A Texas student may not be allowed to walk in his graduation because of his hairstyle.
DeAndre Arnold has faced in-school suspension, a policy that bars him from the classroom, for failing to cut his long dreadlocks. Officials at Barbers Hill High School, a public school in Mont Belvieu, Texas, told Arnold and his parents that he may be forbidden to attend graduation in three months unless he cuts his hair.
Arnold’s family said he has been wearing his hair in locks since the seventh grade and it is an expression of his Trinidadian heritage. They have asked the school for an exception to the rule.
Now this item is of no interest to anybody, except Arnold’s barber. What makes it Doom worthy is that Pete Buttghey chimed in on the story. He tweeted “Hair discrimination is racial discrimination, plain and simple. We need to pass the CROWN Act.”
We’ve sunk so far as to require specific laws to prevent “discrimination” about hair styles. What’s left?
Despite arguments and pleas from parents—as well as complaints to the attorney general’s office and intervention by the state lawmakers—this week the Seattle School Board voted to approve a proposed partnership between the non-profit Technology Access Foundation (TAF) and Washington Middle School. This is a key step in dismantling the city’s academically gifted program in its current state, which the district has been pursuing in an effort to end racial disparities in the student population the program serves.
Everybody is absolutely equal in every way, which is why we observe inequalities everywhere in all time and in all situations.
Yale will stop teaching a storied introductory survey course in art history, citing the impossibility of adequately covering the entire field — and its varied cultural backgrounds — in one course.
Decades old and once taught by famous Yale professors like Vincent Scully, “Introduction to Art History: Renaissance to the Present” was once touted to be one of Yale College’s quintessential classes. But this change is the latest response to student uneasiness over an idealized Western “canon” — a product of an overwhelmingly white, straight, European and male cadre of artists.
Yale announces that starting next year only material originating from darkest Africa will be taught.
Degrees will only take one week instead of four years, but tuition will increase 34% to reflect the greater value of Diversity.
Cottonelle Uses Toilet Paper to Advance the Attack on Tradition (Thanks to Jim Fedako for the tip.)
At one time sex was left in the bedroom, but Cottonelle in its latest ad is sticking it in our face…
The Cottonelle ad is just the latest move in breaking down traditions and privacy.
The Frankfurt School is winning.
Video is only 15 seconds. After you view it, you’ll agree it’s going to need more than a surface clean for those two.
We only need the headline. Here is the picture of the female, followed by another media picture, both of which neatly encapsulate the current state of politics.
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