When We Have an Immigrant Flash Mob, Will the Media Report It?

I have written a couple of times now about the crimes perpetrated in Cologne and elsewhere in Germany. Yesterday I saw this new report from the National Post which spelled out some aspects of what happened: “Cologne police report describes ‘chaotic and shameful’ mass sex attack.” Police in Cologne, Germany, were overwhelmed by groups of men attacking women in the city center on New Year’s Eve, according to a leaked report. An unidentified senior official who wrote the report for Germany’s Read more […]

TSA Punishes A Young Girl for Forgetting a Drink in Her Bag

Robby Soaves at Reason.com wants to know why the TSA agent isn’t being charged with sexual battery. It is a reasonable question (no pun intended) not least because TSA agents have been caught manipulating the system in order to get to do homosexual groping of targeted people. Vendela Payne, a 10-year-old from San Diego, California, inadvertently smuggled a Capri sun juice box into her luggage at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. The TSA caught her, which triggered a mandatory pat down. Read more […]

Coordinated Sexual Assaults and Robberies in Germany Stir Up Opposition to Immigration

This headline from AFP isn’t that surprising, sadly: “New Year’s sex assaults stoke German migrant debate.” German leaders expressed shock over dozens of apparently coordinated sexual assaults against women on New Year’s Eve in the western city of Cologne blamed on “Arab-looking men,” but warned against anti-migrant scapegoating. Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a thorough investigation of the “repugnant” attacks, ranging from groping to at least one reported rape, allegedly committed in a large Read more […]

Hillary: “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be … believed”

I guess in a way, if the person is a genuine  “survivor of sexual assault” then she isn’t lying. But in reality the only way to practice such a command is simply believe everyone who claims to have been sexually assaulted. According to the Daily Caller, “Backfire: Hillary Tweets All Sexual Abuse Accusers Deserve To Be ‘Believed,’ Is Reminded Of Her Husband.” On the night CNN aired a controversial and, as many legal critics call it, flawed documentary on sexual assault on college campuses, Read more […]

IRS Agent Arrested for Using Audit to Attempt Sexual Assault

With one IRS agent arrested now, how do we know this hasn’t happened before? Congress has already had to consider legislation banning federal workers from viewing porn on the job. Perhaps they now also need to craft a law that keeps them from committing sexual assault. The Washington Times reports, “IRS agent charged with sexual battery during audit.” An IRS agent has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman while he was performing an audit of a Tennessee business, police said. Samuel Read more […]

Singer Accuses TSA of Sexual Assault; TSA Disagrees

Morrisey claims a TSA agent grabbed his private areas for no real reason, but that is business as usual. Morrisey is a famous pop singer who claimes he was sexually assaulted by a TSA officer. He wrote about the incident on his blog: On leaving the US on 27 July I flew from San Francisco International Airport to London on flight BA 284. At 2:30 in the afternoon I went through the usual airport security procedure including the stand-up ‘scanner’, and all was well – no bleeps and nothing unusual. Before Read more […]

Better Late than Never? TX Bill Bans Warrantless Cavity Search

Why do legislators have to deal with warrantless cavity search when we have courts and the Fourth Amendment? The good news is that the Texas legislature has passed a bill that bans warrantless cavity searches by cops who pull you over. The bad news is that the Texas legislature had to pass a bill that bans warrantless cavity searches by cops who pull you over. Or did they? Don’t we have a Fourth Amendment in our Constitution? Doesn’t court interpretation of that law apply it to state Read more […]

The TSA Sexual Assault Scandal Is a Systemic Problem

A former employee has an interesting perspective on the TSA sexual assault scandal. Who would want to grope innocent citizens all day long? Yep, perverts. Thus, Time Magazine: “Former TSA Agent: Groping Scandal Is Business as Usual.” There are far too many federal hands on people’s private parts in airports The recent story of two Transportation Security Administration screeners at Denver International Airport manipulating full-body scanners in order to grope men’s crotches is disturbing, Read more […]

Obama White House Has Stalinized American Universities

American Universities are now places where students can launch heresy trials against professors for expressing politically incorrect opinions. Laura Kipnis is a professor in the department of radio, television, and film at Northwestern University. She recently wrote an editorial that was published in the Chronicle of Higher Education: “Sexual Paranoia Strikes Academe.” I don’t know if I agree with all of it. Since I don’t think sex should take place outside of marriage, I’m not Read more […]

TSA Employees Fired Quietly for Sexual Assault

The TSA can’t worry about sexual assault; they have to prioritize the agency’s reputation. Let me speak to my male readers. If a strange man groped your genitals against your will, you would call that sexual assault. You might respond with force and/or with pressing charges in court. I think all my women readers would agree with your interpretation. Of course, I’ve referred to TSA gropings as sexual molestation ever since they started doing them. If you think I am exaggerating, this Read more […]

Cop Threatened Girl to Pose Nude: Not Charged

A threatened girl wants to know why her police assailant is facing no criminal charges. The good news in this case is that that cop quit his job. He is no longer on the police force. But how can a police officer who allegedly threatened a girl to coerce her to pose nude for him (assuming he wasn’t planning to do more than that) not face criminal charges? If you threaten someone to engage in sexual activity how is that not sexual assault? One reason that I would understand was simply Read more […]

Harvard Profs Hate Federal Interference at University

They accuse Federal interference of doing away with due process for those accused of sexual crimes at colleges. I am tempted to scorn these Harvard professors who have been cheerleaders and architects for all sorts of usurpations of the Federal government in our lives. Let them drink their own medicine! I do find it delicious that these Harvard profs are basically taking the same position as George Will! But the fact is that the issue is so important I’d rather encourage these men Read more […]