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SATIRE: College Requires Written ConsentSATIRE: College Requires Written Consent by BlameThe1st
College Students Required To Offer Written Sexual Consent
College code requires students to sign and submit waivers before engaging in any sexual contact, or else risk being disciplined for sexual misconduct.
It was your typical college romance. John and Jane met at the beginning of their freshmen year at Justinuther University, and over the next few weeks, began to know each other a little better.
By the following semester, after attending a campus party, the two decided to take their relationship to the next level.
Jane invited John over to her dorm room, where she made the first move and asked him if he wanted to sleep with her. John complied, and the two had sex.
Despite both of them drinking at the party earlier that evening, both were sober enough to offer each other their consent and use protection.
The next morning, neither of them were ashamed of what they had done, and both were willing to do it again in the near future.
This is where the
Building the PanopticonThis is an issue I have been watching unfold for many years now. It is an issue that crops up whenever authorities seek additional powers over the internet or additional means to circumvent the Constitution, like national security letters. There are people who have made their way into positions of power within the government who seem to be seeking the power to control all aspects of the internet, and as such, people's lives. They want to control who you know, how they allow you to interact with others, what you can do, what you can see, and even control what you can say. It is already fairly easy for anyone, including state agencies, to see what you are doing on any computerized device using Van Eck Ph
Review of the 1st Presidential DebateThe first Presidential debate has wrapped up, and much of the country is in a flurry. Overall, I think both did well, but Donald Trump had made some non squetor statements. Hillary looked to be well rested and recovered from her bout with Phemonia and Donald Trump did not really resort to name-calling in the debate. It was a nice clean debate, and had some sparring back and forth. With Lester Holt moderating the debate, they had a tight ship to deal with. Here's a look back at the highlights and the issues that they discussed.
In the section of America's national security, Trump slammed Clinton on her deals with Iran and letting ISIS grow unchecked. Hillary accused him in this segment about being for the Iraq War, when Trump expicitly said that he was against it. It was quite a suprise that Hillary did not use the woman card in the debate, yet she called Donald Trump out on his alleged mistreatment of women and his female employees. Donald Trum
Egyptian President Nasser on Muslim BrotherhoodIn recent times the conception of the Middle East by people in the Western world is increasingly that since the arrival of Islam that it has consistently been a traditionalist and backwards region. However in the 20th century there were efforts in multiple Middle Eastern countries to break the perception held by outsiders of their societies being backwards by promoting a secular society and abandoning support for traditional cultural elements promoted by supporters of Islamic religious society deemed to be archaic and out of touch with the realities of the modern world. The two major Middle Eastern countries that led this were Egypt and Turkey. Egypt being the most populous Arab country in the Middle East, had immense influence on the politics of nearby Arab countries Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria that emulated Egypt by establishing secular societies while others like Saudi Arabia maintained a staunchly traditionalist Islamic society.
In the film below Egyptian President Gamal Nasser ridicu
Cops Beat Man Nearly Dead Over TicketCops Beat Man Nearly Dead Over Ticket by BlameThe1st
Remember my post yesterday about the woman who died from an asthma attack in court because the sheriff's deputies assumed she was faking and they refused to give her her medicine? You want to know what's worse than that?
Well, not this story. The man in this story is still alive--but barely!
A California truck driver was beaten half to death by cops two years ago. Why? Because he asked them to read his ticket!On September 2nd, 2011, Russian immigrant Olegs Kozacenko was driving his truck when he was pulled over by Officer Andrew P. Murrill of the California Highway Police. Murrill attempted to ticket him for driving too
Obama Admin Admits To Killing American CitizensEric Holder admits to Congress what most sensible people have already known for quite some time: that the Obama administration has killed American citizens through drone strikes.In conducting U.S. counterterrorism operations against al-Qaida and its associated forces, the government has targeted and killed one American citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki, and is aware of the killing by U.S. drones of three others, Attorney General Eric Holder said in a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy.Obama Admin Admits To Killing American Citizens by BlameThe1st
Al-Awlaki, a radical Muslim cleric, was killed in a drone strike in September 2011 in Yemen. Holder said three other Americans were killed by drones in counterterrorism operations since 2009 but were not targeted. The three are Samir Khan, who was killed in the same drone strike as al-Awlaki; al-Awlaki's 16-year-old son, Abdulrahman, a native of Denver, who also was killed
The Military: Coming Soon To Your HometownRemember when Obama told college graduates during his commencement address that they should "reject the voices" that "warn that tyranny is always lurking just around the corner"?The Military: Coming Soon To Your Hometown by BlameThe1st
The U.S. military recently granted itself the authority to deploy troops in American cities without presidential or local approval.In a move that makes clear the direction that our country is increasingly heading towards, the Department of Defense has published an update to a US code that outlines military power during civil unrest.
The code, ""Defense Support of Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies," was slightly altered during a May 13th update which now allows the military to unilaterally decl
Democrats: Party of CensorshipIf you thought the Department of Justice seizing Associated Press phone records was an egregious violation of press freedom, you haven't heard the worst of it!Democrats: Party of Censorship by BlameThe1st
The Obama-led DOJ was revealed to not only have obtained the phone records of a journalist who received leaked information about North Korea in 2009, but also pried into his personal life, tracking his every movement, his private phone conversations and e-mails, and accused him of committing crimes in order to do so--even though what he did was perfectly legal!
And spare me, Obama apologists, with your counter-argument of "But Bush did this, too!" No, he didn't! As bad as Bush was, he never went this far, as Glenn Greenwald explains:It is virtually impossible at this point to
Happy Official Patronising of Women Day!I hope you all have been enjoying this special day with your mother. I know I have. But if there's one group of people I'd suspect aren't happy about today, it would be the feminists.Happy Official Patronising of Women Day! by BlameThe1st
For laughs and giggles, I decided to perform a Internet search on "Mother's Day" and "patriarchy." Wouldn't you know it? The very first thing I came across was this feminist screed published today on the Huffington Post. The title pretty much says it all: "It's the Official Patronising of Women Day: The Capitalist-Patriarchal Conspiracy of Mother's Day."
And here's just a sample of the bat-guano insanity:I have never celebrated Mother's Day, regardless of what country I'm living in. I've always thought it was patronising twaddle invented solely to placate women and pretend that people actually value the work they do....It's patriarchal-capitalist appeasemen
Mark Sanford and High InfidelityUnless you've been living under a rock for the past week, you're probably well aware that former (and disgraced) S.C. governor Mark Sanford won the seat in his state's first congressional district in a special election against Elizabeth Colbert Bush, sister of comedian Stephen Colbert.Mark Sanford and High Infidelity by BlameThe1st
Since I'm taking a break from politics, I'm merely going to share this video by Jack Hunter (a.k.a.: the Southern Avenger), which sums up my opinion on the matter perfectly. It may be over four years old, but it's still relevant about Sanford's affair in relation to his political career:
VIDEO: High Infidelity
Don't get me wrong: Sanford is a sleazy, lying adulterer who took a trip on the taxpayer dime in order to pork his mistress, and as such, h
Gun Deaths 49% Lower Since 1993Gun Deaths 49% Lower Since 1993 by BlameThe1st
Pew Research Center
Here's another statistic for your anti-gun control arsenal: gun deaths are 49 percent lower than they were 20 years ago.National rates of gun homicide and other violent gun crimes are strikingly lower now than during their peak in the mid-1990s, paralleling a general decline in violent crime, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of government data. Beneath the long-term trend, though, are big differences by decade: Violence plunged through the 1990s, but has declined less dramatically since 2000.
Compared with 1993, the peak of U.S. gun homicides, the firearm homicide rate was 49% lower in 2010, and there were fewer deaths, even though the nation's population grew. The victimization rate for other v
Marxism: Telling the Truth:Continuation: http://valkaneer.deviantart.com/journal/Political-Amendments-11-27-363030431Marxism: Telling the Truth: by Valkaneer
It is not a bad idea predicated on social control by the rich and a path that can only lead to atheism. One needs not be atheist to be a communist egalitarian social reformist. Even the soviet's never eradicated the church. There is as big an orthodoxy in Russia today as at any point in history. Prof that even Socialist Communist Dictatorship is not the end or eradication of religious belief. People believe communist ideals are the enemy because they do not understand the concept. They have not been allowed to, nor are they ingrained with a desire to know the truth or discern for themselves. To the contrary, they are brainwashed from the womb to hate, fear, and despise the redistribution of wealth according to need. The fact of real "entitlement" being lost in the frantic jargon of Washington and London politics in the past and today. Entitlement and essentials are not one in