Mizzou Protests Were About Abortion All Along

I hate to say "I told you so." But the St. Louis Post Dispatch has found that I may have been right on November 8. That's when I made the outlandish comment that the whole race issue at Mizzou is actually an abortion issue. I suspected that Planned Parenthood's vast lobbyist network is agitating leaders of left-leaning organizations trying to create general unrest.

The manipulators would use campus racial unrest to demand restored privileges for Planned Parenthood. 

Lo and behold, from stltoday.com:

When the University of Missouri Board of Curators abruptly dismissed R. Bowen Loftin as University of Missouri-Columbia chancellor on Nov. 9, some Mizzou students and abortion-rights supporters saw an opportunity to try to reverse a controversial university decision.

They have begun a campaign seeking to pressure Mizzou Interim Chancellor Hank Foley to reconsider Loftin’s decision to eliminate a category of clinical privilege at the university’s hospital that is likely to end the ability of women to get abortions in Columbia after the end of this month.

There you have it. Concerned Student 1950 is nothing more than  Planned Parenthood's bitch, churning up some fetuses for the abortion mill, and carrying out the eugenicists' dream of a world free from the plague of inferior breeding.


Paris Attacks Expose The Narcissists of Mizzou

People tell us who they are, but we ignore it. Because we want them to be what we want them to be. --Mad Men

You can't make this stuff up.

Concerned Student 1950, the group that seized public ground for private use at the University of Missouri has a new concern today. It seems the kiddos are upset that ISIS deigned to steal the headlines by killing 120 to 150 people in Paris, wounding 200 others.


As news of the horror in Paris unfolded, the narcissistic, privileged, spoiled, petulant children of Mizzou's protest movement took to Twitter to demand the spotlight return to Columbia.

Here's the story on Right Scoop by Soopermexican. Because many of the tweets have been deleted (maybe on the advice of a sympathetic Mass Media instructor at Mizzou?), here's a sample of narcissism run amok at University of Missouri:

It's black kids trapped in their rooms at #Mizzou but y'all talking about #PrayforParis. Fuck Paris #PrayforMizzou --Sleaze Rich Porter (@Sleazemontana)


Paris is all over my local news but I didn't see shit about the KKK threatening #Mizzou ????? --@masturbad


I do pray for Paris, but people need to start seeing what's going on in our own country. I BARELY saw anything about #Mizzou. Quite sad --@jkleimz


Now people are desensitizing #BlackLivesMatter and #Mizzou for what's happening in Paris, have you no common decency? --@Alasia_Justine


Don't use the tragedy in Paris to try and undermine the awful things that are happening at #Mizzou. Both of these events are terrible. --@curvyyandcurlyy

People tell you who they are. I have no doubt each of these people is sincere. The kids on the quadrangle at Mizzou truly believe their plight is the equal of the victims in Paris.

We call them "kids" for a reason. They haven't lived. When they say stupid things, we say "that's not really who they are."

But we're wrong. They're wrong. And some adult should say, "you are wrong, child. You are wrong."

Now you know who #ConcernedStudent1950 is: a spoiled, privileged, child mired in the quicksand of extreme narcissism. With a little race hatred and fascist control-needs on top.

[Tweet "As news of the horror in Paris unfolded, the narcissistic, privileged, spoiled, petulant children of Mizzou's protest movement took to Twitter to demand the spotlight return to Columbia."]

Hope your 15-minutes were worth it, kids. Just like the kids at Yale.

See more on Right Scoop.

Do the Irish hold the cure?

UPDATE: Breitbart has more.

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Go Bills

SLU Billikens I'm not the biggest NCAA basketball fan in the world, but the SLU Billikens rev up my heart whenever they make a push in the tournament.

It's heartwarming to see all the love spilling over from Mizzou fans to the Bills, as Bernie Miklasz documents in a post today.

Anyway, I thought I'd present the Twitter responses to my question. There's a good mix here ... some humor, some bitterness and some harmless "hater" stuff too. As well as some anti-Kansas sentiment and a shot at Ole Miss hot dog Marshall Henderson. I even heard from a couple of Illinois fans, including the mayor of Jacksonville, Ill.

Wouldn't you love to see the Bills drive into the final four? And while I'm asking questions, if you're a Mizzou fan, have you adopted the Billikens?


Shut Down Labor Studies Now, Governor Nixon

Governor Nixon:  What does it take to get your attention?  What does it take to get you to act?

Your University of Missouri System humiliates this state, and you refuse to act.

Under your nose, the UofM teaches or encourages:

You have permit these travesties.  You, Jay Nixon. 

Where is your statement condemning sabotage and violence? 

Here’s what you can do, now, to protect this country and Missouri taxpayers:

  1. Shut  down Labor Studies until the department’s been purged of anti-American radicals
  2. Fire Missouri state employees who invited Don Giljum and that communist into classroom
  3. Apologize to Missouri taxpayers who pay $400 million a year for that university system
  4. Apologize to the students and their parents who sat through that filth

Governor Nixon, I spent 9 years of my life holding a nuclear knife to the throat of communism.  I have a son serving in the U.S. Navy right now.  I’ll be damned if I’ll sit still while you fund communist studies and industrial sabotage lessons with my tax money. 

Do You Agree With These Statements, Governor?

Here’s what communist activist Don Giljum told students about the use of violence:

“It certainly has it’s place. It’s a tactic that should be used at the appropriate time.  I believe in a violent overthrow of Bourgeois, and that freedom is found at the barrel of a gun...like Marx said.”

And the U of M faculty member, Judy Ancel, describes the radical and inhumane use of cats by a union:

“They couldn’t get access to” strike, “but they had a lot of cats and they succeeded in putting cats in powerhouses. And the cats — now, don’t think about the cats, OK? The cats would run around inside and short out the system and cause power blackouts. And that created enough chaos in the system” to get to “a negotiating position.  They got rid of a lot of feral cats.”

If yuo

These Teachings Are Killing Jobs

You want more Chinese money for long-term unemployment?  Maybe if your schools didn’t encourage industrial sabotage the unemployed would have jobs.

You want Missouri kids get good jobs after college? Who would hire a kid who was tainted by Judy Ancel, David Giljum, and Tony Pecinovsky? 

Taxpayers are on their way to see you, Governor Nixon.  We expect action.