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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
The Wilhelm Gustloff, a forgotten tragedy.It has been 71 years to date since the Wilhelm Gustloff, a German cruise ship turned refugee ship, was torpedoed and sank in the evening by a Russian submarine just off the coast of present-day Poland.
Designed to carry 1,850 people, the Wilhelm Gustloff was jammed with approximately 10,600 people when she left the port of modern-day Gdynia. Nearly 9,000 of those on board were refugees, including roughly 5,000 children and the remainder overwhelmingly women and old men. All of them fleeing the wrath of the Russian army. Many mothers had at least 3 children.
despite the refugees, the Wilhelm Gustloff was a legitimate military target because of the thousand or so submarine crew and military personnel that she carried.
Only about 1,230 people survived while over 9,300 others were trapped inside the ship or froze to death in the icy
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
The American Peoples Right to Drive
SPECIAL POLICE OFFICER BULLITEN:
U.S. COURT DECISIONS CONFIRM "DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE" IS A
CITIZENS RIGHT AND NOT A GOVERNMENT GRANTED PRIVILEGE.
By Jack McLamb (from Aid & Abet Newsletter)
For many years Professionals within the criminal justice System have acted upon the belief that traveling by motor vehicle upon the roadway was a privilege that was gained by a citizen only after approval by their respective state government in the form of the issuance of a permit or license to that Particular individual. Legislators, police officers and court officials are becoming aware that there are now court decisions that prove the fallacy of the legal opinion that "driving is a privilege and therefore requires government approval, i.e. a license". Some of these cases are:
Case # 1 - "Even the legislature has no power to deny to a citizen the right to travel upon the highway and transport his property in the ordinary course of his business or ple
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
Soviet LimerickGather round Irish workers and hear my taleSoviet Limerick by Skargill
Of how the boys of Limerick wound up the Dail
This time it seems the poets of the lewd
Embraced the Marxist politics of the crude
Dublin made sure that the Limerick Soviet would fail
A Soviet, yes you heard true
For in 1919 what was an ordinary Mick to do?
Grab a gun and fight a neighbour
Or risk the tar and feathers saved for the traitors
Bugger both; instead give the boss your shoe!
And so in Limerick the working class
Set up a workers council on emerald grass
It said no to the British rifle
And on Fenian matters refused to trifle
Limerick cared for none save the working mass
This wound up the Church and Dail Minister
Masters of things wicked and Sinister
With the Brits going up North
They called the Republicans forth
And used British law to Administer
Limerick came under Martial law
While the rest of Eire showed Britain the door
War permits left Limerick besieged
The people were naturally peeved
Economic war brought the Soviet to the floor
Soavist: The 5 Pillars of LifeThe 4 pillars of life: shelter, food, drink, and the Sun. Strange isn't it that we need these very bare basics to survive, and yet we can play God and add another pillar to survival of which changes everything completely. We have added money, if one does not have finances one simply cannot live, just as we can't without the original 4 pillars.Soavist: The 5 Pillars of Life by ShadowsOfAVorlon
We as humans have done something quite horrific, we have capitalised survival, we have made it so that those who cannot afford to live, simply perish- yes there are organisations to help people with no money, but they simply cannot do what is needed- what is ultimately something for we as a race to do, disregard our own creation- money. Disregard is not too strong a word, nor is destroy, annihilate or eradicate- money should not be a fundamental of our lives, and yet it is.
We have determined in our infinite wisdom that in equal should be our very way of life, those with more of a means of survival, do just that, survive better- look at our socie
Old King LouisOld King Louis (XVI) of FranceOld King Louis by Skargill
Was quite keen on wine and Dance
The people had quite a bellyache
His dear wife suggested they "eat cake"
From him there was soon to be "Silence"
Joe the ScabJoe the Scab by Skargill
There was once a scab named Joe
Whom looked for work were the pickets did go
He lived his own golden age
On double the normal wage
Until a starved Wobblie cracked his head with a Hoe
Soavist: People, Party and StateThe people do not owe anything to the state or to the party to which runs said state, the only thing the people owe themselves to is each other.Soavist: People, Party and State by ShadowsOfAVorlon
It should be the job of the state to look after the people within its borders- irregardless of cultural, sexual, social, ethical, religious or political identity. The state needs to maintain a non-discriminatory attitude towards its people, and as such should the party that runs the state. Discrimination based upon prejudices on cultural, sexual, social, ethical, religious or political designation of the individual, are futile, immature and ultimately self defeating. A political organisation that is based solely on these foundations is doomed to fail, and likely through fire and blood will its repugnant nature be dispelled from influence, this fire and blood I speak of will likely not be through means of the state, but in fact its people- for discrimination is a means of oppression, second class ship and in that can easily lead to death, be it
In Defense of VotingIn Defense of Voting by BullMoose1912
Voting is easy and marginally useful, but it is a poor substitute for democracy, which requires direct action by concerned citizens.
Many Americans have a great distrust of elected officials. This is why many politicians claim that they are not "Washington Insiders" or something similar, in an attempt at populist appeal. This still does not result in large turnouts at the polls, but the sentiment is one that would appeal to many Americans both on the Right and Left, many of whom have significant qualms with both the Republicans and Democrats. This sentiment has grown especially strong with the advent of Occupy. While the Tea Party put much of their emphasis on electing sympathetic officials, Occupy has not done that because of various reasons including fear of co-option, a desire to include people of many political ideologies, and most importantly, because many Occupiers believe that the entire system is corrupt and that voting will make little di
Top 11 Disturbing 911 Comments10 years have passed since one of the worst attacks on American soil since Pearl Harbor. Many words have been said of that fateful day when nearly three thousand innocent Americans lost their lives at the hands of radical extremistsa day which remains forever etched within the minds of millions, many of which lost loved ones on that daya reminder that, even in a free country such as our own, no one is truly safe from evil.Top 11 Disturbing 911 Comments by BlameThe1st
Many words have expressed the grief and sorrow Americans feel even to this day, and the hope that a better future lies upon the horizon, even in the darkest of times. Many more words, however, have dishonored and disrespected those lives lost in rhetoric that seeks to divide rather than unite, whether it be the far-left inciting hatred to bash America or the far-right inciting fear in order to trade liberty for security, whether it be "truthers" spreading conspiracy theories or Isamaphobes spreading blind bigotry.
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US Politics 101What are politics and why should I care?US Politics 101 by 8manderz8
Politics, simply put, are used by communities to make decisions on how the community should be run. Politics are about making agreements, and dealing with the ways that our governments make and uphold laws.
The reason we should care about politics is because the decisions that politicians make affect our lives, and the lives of those around us. The decisions made touch upon everything important to us as people - from basic human rights such as freedom of thought and religion, to our environment, our security, and war.
With so much hanging in the balance, it's worth caring about!
Okay, but why should I vote?
The United States is a federal republic, meaning that it is a federation of states with a republican form of government. It has no king, queen or other monarch, and the people are sovereign, or able to choose leaders to represent them.
As a citizen of the United States (or any other free country),
Wait a Min.. What?Pennsylvania. It's the cradle of American democracy. Philadelphia. Gettysburg. Hershey. The capitol building at Harrisburg is considered one of the two most beautiful state buildings in the entire country. And today in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, Judge Robin (Robert) Simpson agreed to deny voters their right to vote if they could not afford to obtain a photo identification prior to election.Wait a Min.. What? by katiejo911
Currently voters must either show a valid driver's license, military id or passport in order to vote in Pennsylvania. And here's the clincher: they have to pay for it. This makes the requirement the equivalent of a poll tax, something outlawed by the 24th Amendment January 23, 1964. The unconstitutionality of forcing citizens to pay fees in order to vote is written clearly, yet Judge Simpson decided it was not a burden on enough voters. The problem is, there should not be a burden on ANY voter