Georgetown had changed the names of Mulledy Hall and McSherry Hall because Mulledy and McSherry had once been involved in selling some slaves back in the early 19th century. When Christina Hoff Sommers spoke at Georgetown, feminists demanded trigger warnings and a university official threatened College Republicans. But defending actual slavery and rape is still okay at Georgetown. So long as it’s committed by Muslims under the license of the Koran.
In a bizarre and rambling 2,600-word feature piece published on Tuesday, The Atlantic writer Moira Weigel took a sledgehammer to basic science and then did her best to vacuum its brains out before anyone could figure out what just happened. The article’s headline is bad enough—”How the Ultrasound Pushed the Idea That a Fetus Is a Person”—but its subhead is the real work of art: “The technology has been used to create an ‘imaginary’ heartbeat and sped-up videos that falsely depict a response to stimulus.
Leftists pretending to care about women’s rights, like Gloria Steinem, who defends Mohammad and Islam, might benefit from a closer look at what the Prophet actually taught about women, their intelligence, and their value as human beings.
As a result of increasingly prevalent sexual attacks on women and children at music festivals, public pools, and elsewhere in Europe, authorities in several countries have adopted weak, ineffectual attempts to address the problem. First there was the free “Don’t Grope Me” wristbands distributed in Sweden, and now there are “No! Not with me!” temporary tattoos in Germany. As if these will solve anything.
What happens when we are no longer appalled at murder, rape, child abuse, and massacres? What kind of people will we become if we deafen our ears and close our eyes to pure evil on film, broadcast to the world like the muezzin’s call?
Craziness, just utter barbarity. Breitbart’s Thomas Williams reviews the latest ramblings from ISIS.