"11 of 12 jurors". I'm 8% relieved that there was a sane one and 92% despairing for humanity.
Can you imagine being that father? First there's the heartbreak and powerlessness of seeing the court go against all decency and order your boy to be castrated. But it's not satisfied. It thinks you're evil for trying to save him, and commands you to take re-education classes to fix you.
I hope he doesn't do anything violent in response, but I wouldn't blame him at all if he did.
They love to put words in the title that tell you what to think or feel. "The incorrect idea that periods are just for women". You're not supposed to think about it for yourself. The editors of Teen Vogue told you it's incorrect, and that's that.
I don't think they have any idea how adults and even normal teenagers respond to that. Even if the idea hadn't been totally insane, anyone with an ounce of self-respect is put off by that.
Why should "fastest female cyclist" even be a category? Why does that deserve a prize? Regardless whether it's won by a woman or a man dressed as one, there are men who perform better but go home empty-handed.
"If Donald Trump thinks he's going to be jailed upon leaving office, sooner or later he'll figure out that his only real move is to start acting like the dictator that CNN and MSNBC keep insisting he is"
Good point. They've already threatened him on bogus charges. As I've said here, they won't leave Trump alone after he leaves office. Sooner or later he is going to figure that out.
The more the Democrats push bogus impeachment, the more likely it is. This is entirely on the Democrats. They've made it into that sort of fight.
It is. Not in a good way though. It marks the time that investigating Democrat corruption became an impeachable offense. And hopefully it will mark the time that American politics hit bottom and the voters revolted hard.
It's good to ask if there are any extenuating circumstances. But after this video, it's clear that there are not. If anything, the circumstances make the girl complainant and the prosecutor look worse.
The prosecutor is not behaving like someone obliged to prosecute an immoral case. She's behaving like her goal is to convict him by any means. What sort of human being demonizes another human being for googling how to make friends? To wave that fact around in court in order to make him seem less human is despicable.
And she uses the "isolated area" thing to demonize him too. It sounds like a lie, or at the very least, a broadening of the term "isolated area" beyond all common sense. I had the impression that their first encounter was on some road. Convince me that it happened half a mile into the woods and she always goes there and he knew it, otherwise I'm calling BS on "isolated area". No, she uses that phrase because it's associated with lurid crime headlines and she wants to make that association. That's evil.
It bears repeating: "Islamophobia" is hogwash. You simply cannot diagnose a phobia under these conditions. A phobia is an irrational fear. There is every reason to rationally be afraid of Islam.
There are more conditions, but it's already redundant: You diagnose individuals, not groups. It's not a phobia if the "sufferer" says it's not; like, if they tell you "I'm glad that I fear heights, because I want to be really careful around high places" you can't ethically turn around diagnose them with acrophobia.
OK, but we knew she was a crook. Are these newly discovered violations going to lead to prosecuting her? Because we've already seen the version where she gets off scot free a bunch of times.
Could be nothing. These days, "It's OK to be white" is considered a racially offensive post.