Better one than many
One can hope
“Ripe for politicization”? That’s ripe.
Because why would you want the police to be armed, right?
A twisted tale that’s still not over
“I would say we have majority support.”
“It’s a pretty simple concept, okay?”
Good for her, not that anyone will listen
“huge majorities of African Americans and Latinos say…those very same statements are ‘not offensive.'”
It’s more than just words
Good for the goose, etc.
“Starting today, the Department of Justice will do its part in this struggle.”
Still missing the point
“[If] Black Bloc tactics and destruction of property and things like that can further the cause then I would be all for it.”
“Neuroscience research does not support [the] claim that high levels of stress hormones impair memory for traumatic experience.”
“the letter and subsequent directives triggered the creation of a parallel justice system for sexual assault”
Heightening the contradictions.
“I’m very grateful for these tapes.”
“they conclude that physical violence is sometimes justified in order to stop such verbal violence.”
“…it seems that speech — at least certain types of speech — can be a form of violence.”
“Whose speech do I want protected, and at what social cost?”
“AFSCME takes protecting the jobs of its members very seriously…”
“Rolling Stone and Erdely had an agenda…”
“…campus police told him there was about $10,000 worth of property damage.”
“out of an abundance of caution…”
Sire, the snowflakes are revolting!
Justice is blind but there’s no need for it to be dumb
“…a live deposition would impose emotional and psychological trauma”
“This sounds like a total horror — it’s the worst of all possible outcomes.”
Time to buckle up and get on with business
It all comes down to technicalities
We have safe spaces, but not for conservative speakers
The views of a “reasonable person” have no place in a kangaroo court, sir. You are out of order.
I hope none of them are named “Lynch”
Justice is (mostly) served
But not in public
Workplaces involve work
What in the wide wide world of sports is a-goin’ on here?
“…the free market would do a much better job at preventing discrimination than the government ever could.”