The University of Missouri Colombia is on the top ten list of best schools of Journalism in the US. The ginger-haired lady at the end of the video calling for muscle is listed as a staff “Communications Professor”.



  1. Clark says:

    Ha! I love the way the last guy slips through these morons at the end.

  2. funny video 🙂 I like that kind of action

  3. NewFormatSux says:

    We should stop funding higher education when this is the nonsense they are doing.

  4. NewFormatSux says:

    This is funny, because the media would only be praising these radicals, and even can be credited with creating them after they lied about TrayVon Martin and so many other cases.

    • Tim says:

      “funny”

      Ha Ha funny, or funny PC

      “whatcha doin’ with that hammer, Carl?

      “Idk, I just woke up kinda holdin’ it —

      I like them journalists first amendment rights, Hmmm!

      • NewFormatSux says:

        This milk tastes funny.

        If the media hadn’t promoted Ferguson, the murder rate would not have doubled in the state since then.

        Missouri has been near the top in black murder rate for many years, unnoticed compared to Detroit or Chicago or Atlanta.

    • Carl says:

      Dang, I must have missed out on that white privilege part. I had to serve in the military and put my life on the line for years just for the chance to go to college.

      What a bunch of pussies.

  5. noname says:

    Gripe gripe gripe ….Kids these days…. it’s the same every generation!

    Again it’s the same fagged people complaining here too.

    Imagine how the parents of these crabby complainers, complained over their own once idealistic children.

    “Youth is wasted on the young.”: George Bernard Shaw

    • ± says:

      ******** ejaculated noname ********
      Imagine how the parents of these crabby complainers, complained over their own once idealistic children.
      ***********************************

      Idealism is being against free speech? Obviously besides being liberal/progressive doctrine, it belongs to noname too.

      • noname says:

        My my, still not enough Nazi intellectual diversity being promoted on campus for your nincompoop ilk?

        Did the students hurt Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer feelings?

        Does grumpy little Hitler need its friends to warm and feed its bottle again?

        • ± says:

          noname [sic], understandably unable to cogently address scrutiny of his post, vectors off into non sequitur land; a typical liberal-piece-of-shit tactic.

          Of course you could always try to explain how anything in your post had anything to do with the post you were responding to.

          • noname says:

            Awe, did Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer “(+) more / (-) less” get hurt?

            Let me happily explain what as you already know; since we are talking about “Redefreiheit”, please share your shit for brains “Mein Kampf”.

            My apologies for not being your kind of “PC” and massively ejaculating on your posts again! ….don’t swallow….

          • ± says:

            [to noname]

            Tsk. Tsk. It really isn’t necessary to reinforce that you can’t stay on topic and that mostly, the only tool you can wield is non sequitur ad hominem¹ attack.

            To most here, (you being in the exceptions) it is quite obvious that when you can’t refute something you resort to name calling. Much like many here.

            ¹ get someone to explain these to you

          • noname says:

            Really, I am name calling? Just trying to follow your glorious example, dummkopf!

            Your pointing fingers for my name calling, after your writing “ejaculated noname” and more? As always, all you can offer is conservative style hypocrisy of hypocrisies.

            Does Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer have Alzheimer and can’t remember its own written word; even when it there in front of Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer!!

            Is Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer now trying to earn smart brownie points or laughs with it’s sad attempt at style manual correct footnoting?

          • Tim says:

            Last year, someone here posted a link of ‘An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments’.

            Pg. 42:

            An ad hominem argument is one that attacks a person’s character rather than what he or she is saying with the intention of diverting the discussion and discrediting the person’s argument.

            https://bookofbadarguments.com/

          • ± says:

            [to Tim]

                                  Great link!

          • noname says:

            Little Timmy probably thinks WWII was nothing but one huge
            ad hominem argument, sad!

            As for Herr “(+) more / (-) “little listening Fuhrer & others, people will just follow what they do.

            And of course, we know what the little Fuhrer and his posse does!

            So, let see if indeed they can stop being obvious and self-deceived hypocrites!

    • tomas says:

      Do you not see the irony in this?

    • noname says:

      Really, I am name calling? Just trying to follow your glorious example, dummkopf!

      Your pointing fingers for my name calling, after your writing “ejaculated noname” and more? As always, all you can offer is conservative style hypocrisy of hypocrisies.

      Does Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer have Alzheimer and can’t remember its own written word; even when it there in front of Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer!!

      Is Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer now trying to earn smart brownie points or laughs with it’s sad attempt at style manual correct footnoting?

  6. Hmeyers says:

    The First Amendment is a limit on government’s actions towards citizens.

    It doesn’t have anything to do with 2 individuals.

    • Carl says:

      The school has condemned her actions.

      She has apologized and resigned her appointment, under pressure.

      As she should.

  7. Hmeyers says:

    I missed the part where one of the people was a professor.

    I watched the video and I thought it was just students.

    • Carl says:

      Actually 2 of them were, both have resigned. Some of those students need to be disciplined as well, for intimidation and bullying. Its what the Liberals want, so they must abide by the same standards.

  8. Eddie says:

    Personally, I’d like to hear her explanation for why she did this. I don’t expect I will.

  9. NewFormatSux says:

    So the media takes notice when it is journalists that are shut down, but when it is other speakers who get heckled or disinvited, no big deal. Aayan Hirsh Ali gets shouted down routinely or the university says it is too unsafe.

  10. NewFormatSux says:

    It’s not just colleges, at the Center for American Progress:

    Coming to work at CAP gives many of us the opportunity to make this country safe and accepting of all. While we watch the hate crimes, discrimination and biases faced by some of our communities, we come to work every day proud that this institution is a space where our voices will be respected and where our leadership assures we feel safe, respected and heard. In that sense this place isn’t so much a job or a profession or a nine-to-six. It’s a survival tactic. But it’s not just about our individual struggles because, in the words of MLK, we’re not free until we’re all free.

    And at CAP we are a family. We spend more hours with one another at this institution than we do with our own families and friends outside the office. It is imperative that we feel confident in this building to improve the lives of all Americans, and essentially to work on getting us all free. It becomes difficult to step outside of our building and say to our allies why this visit is happening, for some of us here we ourselves feel that we were not considered in that decision.

    • ± says:

      **********************************
      … While we watch the hate crimes …
      **********************************

      If CAP helps to legitimize the liberal bullshit invention of the concept of “hate crime” then CAT is a negative force in society supporting an invented lie concept. (Although this could just be your personal sorry misguided unofficial shadow falling on CAP)

      There are crimes; the motivation for the crime doesn’t mitigate it in the least. There is no such thing as a hate crime any more than there is such a thing as a love crime.

      And you invoke MLK with reverence, MLK who every year as more of what he wrote is digitized and becomes searchable and is confirmed as plagiarized (now way above 50%). MLK is scum. Most people you would pick randomly on the street are more honorable than he was. We need a holiday that celebrates “most people you would pick randomly on the street”, not a holiday that celebrates a lying, cheating, lowlife.

      We do agree about one thing. Your name change to the NewFormatSux was right on then (when the format¹ of this group changed) and is still right on now.

      ¹ clue to dvorak.org handlers; copy reddit’s format

      • Hmeyers says:

        “Hate crime” is an important part of society.

        Just like “road rage” is important term for highway safety.

        The idea of a “hate crime” is targeting another group

        (race, gay people, an unusual religion)

        The third world lives in societies dominated by “hate crimes”. Religious violence, tribal violence.

        The idea of a “hate crime” is anti-tribalism social behavior tool.

        Modern society is founded on the idea of socially condemning neanderthal-like tribal behavior and violence.

        • ± says:

          Your grandmother is dead when killed by black punks shouting ‘honky cunt’ as they plunge a knife in her heart when they steal her purse. She is just as dead when some white guy executes her with a 9mm when stealing her purse. The crime is murder. It can’t be mitigated.

          “Hate crime” is a liberal bullshit construct.

          What is a crime? It parses back to what is moral. What is moral, is that which is the most good for the most people. Actions which are not ‘the most good for the most people’ are immoral. Almost always the golden rule applies. If you don’t want it done to yourself, then doing it to someone else is a wrong. Your motivation is irrelevant. Bringing a person’s motivation for committing a crime into the equation is a bullshit power gambit invention by liberal scum. Liberal scum say that the black guy killing your (presumably white) grandmother while yelling a racial epithet is guiltier than the white guy who says nothing while he kills her. That is pure bullshit.

          • noname says:

            Is Herr little dummkopf Fuhrer afraid that killing jews is a hate crime?

          • Hmeyers says:

            You are considering the individual act and the justice system.

            Humans are a group animal.

            Specifically, humans are “monkey see, monkey do”.

            If you don’t attack the lowest behavior socially, it grows.

          • Ah_Yea says:

            I agree, and expand.

            If your grandmother is white, and is killed by a white, no one cares.

            If your grandmother is white, and is killed by a black, no one cares.

            If your grandmother is black, and is killed by a black, no one cares.

            If your grandmother is black, and is killed by a white, it’s a hate crime.

            Since nobody cares about black on black murder, it’s not about life or protecting life. Therefore it’s all about racial politics, and the people promoting racial politics (for power and money – I’m looking at you and your like Al Sharpton) don’t care about human life.

            I wonder if this is what Gun Control is all about, promoting murder (and profiting thereby) by disarming the vulnerable. And when a white kills a black you get double the value.

          • noname says:

            Who know where you live, certainly not in the U.S.A!

            You really think civilians can murder and no one cares?

            Only cops murder and conservatives applaud!!

          • Ah_Yea says:

            Hey Noname!

            How many times in the last year did a black killing a white made it to ABC, NBC, or CBS?

            Now name me how many times a white killing a black made it to ABC, NBC, or CBS in the last year.

            Why don’t we have a body count on the TV for each week a black kills anyone else in Chicago?

            Stop being a stupid shrill, if your liberal brain damaged mind will allow.

          • noname says:

            Ah_Yea what a dumb ass and just too dumb to answer its own question.

            Is one too many or killing five million Jews not enough for you?

          • Hmeyers says:

            Why dig up 60 year old stuff?

            The Boston Bomber, if it were not more advantageous to treat him as a terrorist, would have been charged with a hate crime.

            The African American shooter in Virginia who killed 2 reporters on camera would have been charged with a hate crime, had he not killed himself.

            The idea that hate crime charges aren’t levelled in cases where the victims are causcasian is absurd.

            10 crimes in Washington, D.C in 2014 were “hate crimes” against causcasians by African Americans, as an example.

        • Hmeyers says:

          Why are these guys worried about murders and violent people?

          Why do they think only white people get charged with hate crimes?

          New flash: minorities get charged with hate crimes. A lot. About 40%

          • noname says:

            Hmeyers, it’s blatantly obvious these finger pointing dummkopfs are just trying to cover and distract from their own hate culpability!

            They know, they too are just as guilty and only succeeding in exposing their hate crime propensity if not commission!

          • Hmeyers says:

            I don’t believe that actually.

            I think the media brainwashes people into poorly considered opinions on the far side of issues.

            Because some simpleton on the radio or on CNN says something doesn’t make it true.

          • ± says:

            Well I see there are plenty here who actually accept the invented concept of “hate crime” as legitimate. If you are one of them, then you’ve shown yourself to belong to the sheeple.

          • Hmeyers says:

            Actually, you are the sheeple.

            Someone else in the media gave you your opinion, perhaps a radio personality.

            And you accepted it.

            I once held your view.

            Perhaps whatever guy on the radio who gave your opinion only provided you information that supports his view, and withheld or was not interested in information that did not support his view.

            Therefore, you are being a “liberal” and believing what someone in the media told you to think.

          • NewFormatSux says:

            Yes, prosecutors will charge whatever they can as leverage in plea bargains. That doesn’t make it right.

          • noname says:

            NewFormatSux, just who gave these prosecutors their leverage, the murderer!

            Wow, and your expressed concern is criminal intent doesn’t matter?

            You seem way more comfortable with Russian, ISIS or Chinese style justice!

      • NewFormatSux says:

        That was a complaint from some employees after CAP invited Netanyahu to speak, to the approval of many including some senior leadership.

  11. Lorne says:


    That these activists have been able to prevail, even in the face of frequently harsh national publicity highlighting the blunt illiberalism of their methods, confirms that these incidents reflect something deeper than a series of one-off episodes. They are carrying out the ideals of a movement that regards the delegitimization of dissent as a first-order goal. People on the left need to stop evading the question of political correctness — by laughing it off as college goofs, or interrogating the motives of p.c. critics, or ignoring it — and make a decision on whether they agree with it.

    Jonathan Chait

  12. bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

    Hmmmmm……I can see I don’t know the subject well enough. There is FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEDOM of speech in the USA. There are Hate Speech…..policies?…put out by non-gubmental entities most of which have not been challenged in court? I am very saddened that evidently UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES are not the Ivory Towers of free speech and free thinking that they were in my day. And even then….Angela Davis could talk at my school because we were a commuter school and no student groups were around to protest as they did at Berkeley and SF. Funny we had more free speech in the conservative and religion valley than they had in the hot beds of student movements?

    Well….hate speech or other….seems to me the same rules should apply: FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDOM of speech until it advocates violence when such violence could very well ensue. Non-gubmental entities===can terminate your studies if you choose not to speak in iambic pentameter.

    State U’s……are gubment are they not?

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Somehow these liberal colleges are where hate crimes are flourishing. It’s almost as if they make them up…

      • Hmeyers says:

        I think the civil rights activists in Ferguson and St. Louis got bored with nothing going on.

        They need to struggle against something and it was a fun social activity the last couple of years.

        So they went looking for something to do.

        It’s like Rick Santorum, he ran for President in 2016 and challenged Mitt Romney.

        He actually is running this year too! No one wanted him to run and nobody knows he’s running. He needed something to do.

      • bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

        My impression is that the liberal component of this is fairly widespread…and that the Mizzou outbreak comes out of a long specific history of mismanagement and incompetency of University Management caused by political hacks/cronies being appointed Dean rather than anyone qualified.

        I could be wrong on both point. I don’t often watch kiddie oriented news.

        • Hmeyers says:

          I would question the competency of the top of the University of Missouri.

          A. The guy resigned. Why? That says loser right there.
          B. Their president had only a bachelor’s degree. That is highly unusual.
          C. The hungry strike dude is the son of a wealthy executive making $8 mil a year. That’s cheesy.

  13. OmegaProject says:

    Conscription without college deferments

  14. Boy are these kids getting an education at “school”
    Certainly the wrong type of learning
    Maybe they will go on to become politicians or perhaps hockey stars

  15. SERF'S Up! -- U.S. "poor people" can just eat cake! says:

    Just in case you though the left was BALANCED, think again! (Assuming you know HOW to think…)

    I don’t know anyone who would go to the “show me state” and think they wouldn’t see something — even if it was complete and total bullshit (which is about all you ever see in “Mizz-oooh”).

    Here we have an example of how extremist’s, left alone to stew in their own insanity, will always result in problems for the rest of us. Liberal colleges and universities like this one are perfect examples. Don’t get me wrong! Many of those right leaning colleges/universities (like certain “Christian” schools) have a degree of insanity just as bad, though it is harder to see since there are a lot less of them.

    Point being, upper education is called “upper” since it’s always up someone’s “ass”! And what more perfect place than in a state where the infamous “Missouri Mule” was born.

  16. bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

    So…….just what is the issue at Missou? The video does not make it clear. This article says it was an unknown person yelling a racial slur, and some unknown shit artist drawing a swastika, resulting in a call for the Dean to step down. I don’t see any connection between the issues here. I assume some long history of something going on? I’ll try to find why the football team went on strike.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/ap-news-guide-university-missouris-issues-35171855

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Nope that’s it, plus one more similar incident. Apparently the person whose firing they demanded was the guy who didn’t meet with them, because he had the audacity to have them meet with a Dean. The football team went on strike in racial solidarity.

      I suspect the whole thing is being pushed by a larger group(BlackLiveMatter?), with similar incidents happening on other campuses. At Dartmouth, they were going into the library and berating students for not joining their protests.

      • bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

        NFS–I’ve googled a bit. Turns out this is just the tail end of the whole “1950” (?) theme which was when the first black got admitted to the University and all the BS the blacks have been subjected to since.

        This is copied from my last post above, but on point:
        ….. that the Mizzou outbreak comes out of a long specific history of mismanagement and incompetency of University Management caused by political hacks/cronies being appointed Dean rather than anyone qualified.

  17. bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

    from: http://townhall.com/video/mizzou-protestor-im-tired-of-the-first-amendment-n2080336?utm_source=thdailypm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl_pm&newsletterad=

    The Vice President of the Missouri Student’s Association went on the record opposing students’ First Amendment rights of speech and expression, because it’s really just an excuse to “create a hostile environment.”

    So, putting that together with P/M’s excellent link: http://saturdaydownsouth.com/mizzou-football/heres-list-demands-mizzous-protesting-athletes-students/

    I think what we have here is a group of racists who don’t understand that without the First Amendment, they might still be in chains?

    I do believe in a free or near free college education ((for those qualified)) as it benefits the entire society to have an educated populous. But colleges that are little more than High Schools with smoking areas, as too much evidenced here, is not the merit based system I’m thinking of.

    Ha, ha…………..silly hoomans. Always upset about something, always trying to take advantage especially if they think they won’t get caught, always thinking they are right and the opposition just doesn’t understand/isn’t listening/or is evil.

    Its the way of man.

    • Tim says:

      Hey, I discovered Leonard Cohen while attending a university:

      1 month prior to a freak weather system that would fill his prophetic(??) lyric about ‘the blizzard of the world is coming… nothing you can measure, anymore …’

      1993, march13: tornadoes one minute to pounding sleet/snow/70 mph winds southeastish alabama; His ‘prophecy’ borne true as the snow was so heavy going up the east coast that the gauges froze over even though heated.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1993_Storm_of_the_Century

      https://youtube.com/watch?v=D97OxHZzBeQ

      • bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

        University. Imagine “trying” to date the hotest girl on campus and her name is Susan. I had my choice at the time: Suzanne by LC, or Sweet Suzy Cream Cheese by Frank Zappa. My single person obsession notwithstanding, I’m sure playing both songs did not impress Suzanne, as she led me to the river. She was sweet though.

    • IM73 says:

      No. It’s the way of the majority dumb asses on this blog.

  18. NewFormatSux says:

    President Martin must issue a statement to the Amherst College community at large that states we do not tolerate the actions of student(s) who posted the “All Lives Matter” posters, and the “Free Speech” posters that stated that “in memoriam of the true victim of the Missouri Protests: Free Speech.” Also let the student body know that it was racially insensitive to the students of color on our college campus and beyond who are victim to racial harassment and death threats; alert them that Student Affairs may require them to go through the Disciplinary Process if a formal complaint is filed, and that they will be required to attend extensive training for racial and cultural competency.

  19. jpfitz says:

    Where is the Paris story, who was “neutralized”?

    What will we do with the terrorists at Gitmo?
    http://judicialwatch.org/blog/2015/11/fbi-has-nearly-1000-active-isis-probes-inside-u-s/

    Declassified document from the DOD with interesting suppositions about Syria and China.
    http://judicialwatch.org/document-archive/pgs-287-293-291-jw-v-dod-and-state-14-812-2/

    • Tim says:

      “What will we do with the terrorists at Gitmo?”

      An in-depth look at the torture practices of the United States in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002.

      Taxi to the Dark Side
      http://imdb.com/title/tt0854678/

      https://youtube.com/watch?v=peCpI9E0XAs

      ‘no taxi for you!’ let them use Uber??

      • jpfitz says:

        “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” Sun Tsu

        Tim, I saw the Taxi film years ago off a sharing site. Sad story, what do we now call innocents caught up in a war…collateral damage or ubers who pick up the wrong fare.

  20. A Republic divided will get pretty damned expensive before any blood will flow says:

    To all students EVERYWHERE!

    Consider the following historical saying, and then consider what you’re being lead to think and do:

    THOSE WHO CAN – DO!
    THOSE WHO CAN’T – TEACH!

    … Now, watch the video and prepared to be amazed at all the lemmings!

    • bobbo, we think with words, and flower with ideas says:

      Well….sh*t.

      1. “Those who can-do…..” /// And they do many things like teach. Many doing non-teaching can’t teach. Its a particular set of skills, related but not the same as any other different skill set.

      2. “Those who can’t-teach..” /// And many of them can’t teach either. Many doing non-teaching can’t teach. Its a particular set of skills, related but not the same as any other different skill set.

      By and large, this “historical” (sic!) saying is only uttered by dolts who are in sore need of an education by a good teacher.

      Just look.

  21. Its one big sad game – all at all expense
    The system feeds the profs and admin at these so called places of learning huge sums of money via student loans
    The professors are on “Tenure” devoid of reality and real world feedback
    Then these “teachers” indoctrinate / teach our kids
    and more money back to the system
    Its one giant evil feedback loop all feeding on itself and the productive members of society to to speak
    This will all end in crying

    • Hmeyers says:

      Professors and tenure? In 2015?

      What butt has your head been up the last 10 years?

  22. wsj.com says:

    The obligation of all users in the army is to secure and assist?

  23. goo.us says:

    At many universities a student is required to get some
    college credits?

  24. Within 1 day the amount of money gets placed in the individuals scrutiny accounts with ease.


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