Breaking News! Leftist Yale student might have found the bottom of the Pit of Liberal Stupidity

Good Freaking Grief! She may be the next Marie Harf

“We’re talking about why shouldn’t a woman be able to carry a gun to protect herself. But if you’re going to give her a gun, you’re also going to have to give rapists a gun, and I think we can all realize that’s a really bad idea.” – Alexandra Brodsky in “Campus-carry” bill raises safety concerns [atcbsnews.com]

What in the Blue Hell is this ditz even talking about? No one is talking about “giving” college students guns. Certainly no one is considering giving rapists guns. She is a wealth of stupidity and empty rhetoric, check out her Twitter page. 

Special Needs School Principal Curses At Students; Calls Them Names (Video)

‘Retard, Animals!’ New York Principal Caught On Tape Screaming Abuse At Special Needs Students – Raw Story

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A vulgar, abusive rant by the principal of a school for special needs kids was caught on tape and is sending shock waves through the community of Haverstraw, New York.

Channel 7 Eyewitness News reported that Hilltop School principal Kimberly Taylor’s angry, expletive-laden outburst was recorded by a former teaching assistant.

Hilltop School is a kindergarten through 8th grade school for kids with learning and behavioral issues. Kenneth Egan worked at Hilltop as a teaching assistant until he began to complain to the superintendent of the Rockland County School District about how principal Taylor treats the children in her care.

In the tape, Taylor can be heard berating the children ahead of a graduation ceremony.

“It’s important you’re on your best behavior,” she is heard saying. “If someone falls in dance, don’t laugh because I will rip your [expletive] out of there. It’s important not to embarrass yourself. Your family take pride in yourself. I will embarrass you, you all know me, if you don’t give a [expletive], neither do I.”

“‘Cause guess what,” she said, “everyone knows this school is for kids that have behavior problems, so it will be a normal thing if we drag you down and pull you out.”

Egan told Channel 7, “I’ve seen her grab kids, push kids, throw kids.”

He said that two students got into a scuffle during a graduation rehearsal, which triggered the principal’s shouting jag.

Dragging one of the two students in front of the assembly, Taylor can be heard saying, “This is a retard. How embarrassing, a disgusting embarrassment, get him the hell out of my sight.”

In another recording, the principal can be heard insulting a male student who has fallen down.

“Get your (expletive) up and be a man,” Taylor said. “God, for God’s sake, you animals, some of you.”

The school district superintendent’s office said in a statement, “The situation occurred more than three years ago. It involved a personnel matter that was addressed at that time. We maintain an outstanding academic program.”

Egan’s attorney Randolph McLaughlin told Channel 7, “The fact that nothing was done, that no one disciplined this principal, that she’s still on the job, and Mr. Egan, who only tried to bring this to attention of higher-ups, he gets fired for it, that’s an outrage.”

Watch video about this story, embedded below:

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Appeals Court Rules Against Ohio Teacher Who Claims To Have Irrational Fear Of Children

Ohio Teacher Who Fears Children Sues School District For Transferring Her – Inquisitr

If a teacher fears children, they might be best served looking for another profession. However, for Maria Waltherr-Willard, it was a reason to sue.

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A judge ruled on Waltherr-Willard’s case this week, siding with the defendants, Mariemont City Schools in Cincinnati. The U.S. District Court had previously reached the same decision, but Thursday’s decision was from the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, affirming the previous findings.

Waltherr-Willard charged that the district was in breach of contract when it decided to move her to a middle school, where seventh and eighth-grade students reportedly triggered her phobia. This led to high blood pressure and forced an early retirement during the middle of the 2010-2011 School Year. The lawsuit was seeking unspecified damages.

On the alleged breach of contract, the court said Waltherr-Willard “contended that her correspondence with several unidentified school officials created a contract that required Mariemont to keep her at the high school.”

“But the Mariemont School Board undisputedly never ratified such a contract, which means for our purposes that there was not one,” the ruling stated.

The Inquisitr previously reported on this case in January. At that time, it was noted that Waltherr-Willard began having problems in 2009, when she discussed with parents the likelihood that the district would eliminate teacher-led French courses at the school, instead moving them to the online format.

When parents complained in December, Superintendent Paul Imhoff and high school principal James Renner reprimanded Waltherr-Willard, warning her that if she continued talking to parents about the change, she could risk her job and they would put a memo in her personnel file, according to the Cincinnati News.

By Janaury 2011, Waltherr-Willard had successfully rebuilt Mariemont Junior High’s Spanish program, but her blood pressure was often at dangerous levels. She requested, in writing, to return to high school teaching. Imhoff responded in writing that there was no open position, but he’d keep her request on file. Waltherr-Willard retired in March 2011, and in July she filed an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint. The commission dismissed her complaint a year later, giving her the right to sue the district, which she did in June.

Unfortunately for Waltherr-Willard, the right to sue guarantees nothing, and that’s what she walked away with after this week’s ruling.

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*VIDEO* Klavan & Whittle: The Nazis Were Socialists, Not Right-Wingers


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*VIDEO* Bill Whittle: The Road To Hell


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Stupidity runs amok

What do you get when you add years of public school indoctrination with an irresponsible media that takes Racial Obsession Syndrome to new lows, and top it off with Liberal lies about race, the police, and, America in general? You get morons like these miscreants

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Oh boy, talk about stuck on stupid! The whole “hands up” BS was born out the Michael Brown shooting. Rather than waiting on silly things like evidence, the Left erupted when Brown was shot. The campaign of lies and propaganda told us he was a gentle giant, a good kid, just a teen, unarmed, and he had his hands up and was gunned down in cold blood. But, of course the evidence, including at least six Black witnesses told a very different story. Brown attacked officer Wilson, tried to take his gun, and was ultimately killed when he charged at Wilson. The forensic evidence, and autopsies agreed with those witnesses, but, who needs facts? Facts will not stop Leftist agitators, and race pimps, and those who emote rather than think. So, we still have people doing the moronic hands up deal going on.

The saddest part is that the people doing this abjectly refuse to listen to any facts or evidence. They are aggrieved dammit! They like being victims, and they obviously prefer walking around ignorant and embittered to being open-minded. Just another piece of evidence that Liberalism is an Ideology for the Pessimistic. I guess being part of the “social justice” crowd just is not the same unless you can act like a royal asshole and make a fool of yourself.

It seems UCLA law students have been stricken with Offendeditis

Likely, it only took a handful of malcontents to cause the latest outbreak of Offendeditis

Law school exams often present legal conundrums ripped from headlines of the day, but one UCLA law professor is apologizing for basing a test question on what is apparently a taboo subject — the fallout from the police shooting of a black man in Ferguson, Mo.

Professor Robert Goldstein said the exam question was designed to test students’ ability to analyze the line between free speech and inciting violence. It cited a report about how Michael Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head, shouted, “Burn this bitch down!” after a grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.

The question then asked students to imagine that they are lawyers in the St. Louis County Attorney’s office and had been asked to advise the prosecutor “whether to seek an indictment against Head” for inciting violence. The exam reads:

“[As] a recent hire in the office, you are asked to write a memo discussing the relevant First Amendment issues in such a prosecution. Write the memo.”

But students complained, and writer Elie Mystal at the popular legal blog “Above the Law” opined that the test question was “racially insensitive and divisive.” Mystal also incorrectly alleged that the question asked students to “advocate in favor of extremist racists in Ferguson.”

Oh will you please shut the Hell up you snot-nosed whiner. Seriously grow up! Grow a pair if you can. Asking law students a very pertinent question is what the professor should do. Toughen up there you special snowflake. The real world does not owe you, or your overt sense of entitlement anything.

Goldstein, who seems to possess no balls either, should have told the students petulant brats to get over their hypersensitivity, but, instead allowed himself to be bullied.

Goldstein has apologized for putting the question on the test and has promised not to grade the question.

“I clearly underestimated and misjudged the impact of this question on you. I realize now that it was so fraught as to have made this an unnecessarily difficult question to respond to at this time. I am sorry for this,” he wrote in an email to his students that a UCLA spokeswoman forwarded to FoxNews.com.

Oh good grief stop coddling these whiners. Here is what you SHOULD have said

“If there are some law students who are such delicate flowers that merely being asked to assess whether certain controversial speech that’s been in the news is constitutionally protected, in a class covering the First Amendment of all things, then maybe they should find another profession,” David Bernstein, a law professor at George Mason University School of Law, told FoxNews.com.

Amen!