Category Archives: Social Justice

Are School Shooters and Social Justice Extremists on the Same Spectrum?

Birgit Pfeifer of Windesheim University of Applied Sciences and Ruard R. Ganzevoort of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam published an article entitled The Implicit Religion of School Shootings: Existential Concerns of Perpetrators Prior to Their Crime.  (HT: John Branyan) The researchers looked through … Continue reading

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Could Social Justice Activism Be Contributing to Rape?

I know very little about Tommy Robinson and all the controversy surrounding him.  So I found this article to be helpful.  While reading I ran across this excerpt: The problem — as I said in 2015 — is that any challenge Robinson … Continue reading

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How Social Justice Activists Think

Nora Berenstain,  an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Tennesse,  is also a hardcore advocate of social justice ideology.  Let’s have a look at her FB posting from last year that berated Rebecca Tuvel, an assistant professor of philosophy at … Continue reading

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“Christian Privilege” Falsified

Back in June of 2016, Omar Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 58 others in a terrorist attack inside Pulse, which was a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Yet some very interesting facts have emerged since the trial of  Omar … Continue reading

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Shopping at Dollar General

Here’s one of those viral Facebook videos that helps to underscore why the trans debate goes deeper than all the activist slogans.  Remember, according to the activists, if you think there is something weird or wrong about this, you are … Continue reading

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Itching to normalize incest?

According to Wiki, “PinkNews is a UK-based online newspaper marketed to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community (LGBT).”  Last week, they posted an article that sure looks as if it begins the work of trying to normalize incest: A quick … Continue reading

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Paralysed with Indecision

Quite the social justice dilemma (scroll down): Jeremy Corbyn was embroiled in a fresh row last night after a prominent supporter called for violence against women. Sophia Botha, a transsexual man who identifies as a woman, shockingly claimed it was justified … Continue reading

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A Critical Look at Privilege

While it is common for social justice activists to invoke the concept of”privilege,” as critical thinkers, we are obligated to consider the simple fact that the word is being used in an activist context.  And that means it is commonly … Continue reading

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Why are the Intersectionalists So Mean?

I assume many of you have heard the story about college student Lake Ingle who got into trouble with his social justice professor.  If not, here’s a decent article that goes into some of the details. Recently, the university president … Continue reading

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The Intersectionalists are Fragile

Here’s a nice summary of the intersectionalist cultists (HT: stcordova) I would make one minor correction: Some blame the new campus intolerance on hypersensitive, over-trophied millennials. But the students who signed that letter don’t appear to be fragile. Nor do … Continue reading

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