User Profile: Chuck T

Chuck T

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  • [9] August 29, 2016 at 8:45pm

    It looks like Glenn was right again. The rewriting of history to change the future – to promote the acceptance of things traditionally considered evil – is happening now.

    The ‘history’ being taught today will be the past that the future believes. Just like were never taught that the Nazi salute was used in American schools during the early 1930s and Nazi youth camps were opened across this country. Just like the Constitution isn’t really taught anymore, and now the country is increasingly being run by unelected federal judges instead of juries, and imperial Executive Orders instead of Congress.

    This is how cultures are slowly changed. This is why we’ve been made to forget why this country was founded. This is why we are becoming a ‘Big Brother’-style dictatorship.

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  • [1] August 28, 2016 at 7:31am

    The FEMALE professor says she’s “an insult to the female race!” Seriously? Allow me to illuminate a few points.

    First; ‘female’ is a gender OF a (in this case, human) race; it is not a ‘race’.

    Second; she ignores the primary function of the female OF the species: procreation, to bear children and facilitate survival OF the species.

    Third; The ‘professor’ is obviously far more of an abortion activist than an educator, and should not hold that title. But this is only a single example of a trend to move schools away from education and toward an insane, anti-humanity ideology.

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  • August 27, 2016 at 7:20am

    So,as UChi (of all places!) grows the ****** to restore educational vigor and help those poor baby students to experience life in the intellectual ‘fast lane’, the PC bullies, under the guise of compassion, are moving the Overton window again. We must remember that their goal isn’t ‘safety’, it is chaos.

  • [2] August 26, 2016 at 8:56pm

    Is that an “I told you so” I hear in the background?

    A good man’s (and great candidate’s) family name was dragged through the mud and his chance to lead this country out of Hell was destroyed by a shameless narcissist who will do nothing more than clear the path for Hillary because he is more self-absorbed with winning than leading this country,.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/08/25/did-cruz-accurately-predict-trumps-position-change-on-immigration/

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  • [3] August 26, 2016 at 8:31pm

    Besides the rogue-in-chief’s agenda, what would happen if they changed the world, only to discover we were entering another global cooling cycle (which some say we are)? The havoc they would cause would be irreparable. But then, they’re only after control, not actually saving the earth.

  • [1] August 26, 2016 at 12:14pm

    A couple of days before, a US Navy vessel fired flares to warn away Iranian small armed craft. The Iranians are intent on trying to start a war, and it’s only a matter of time before they succeed.

  • [6] August 26, 2016 at 11:39am

    There really are monsters walking among us. And they look like us, but their thoughts are in a Hellish place.

  • [-1] August 26, 2016 at 8:58am

    What a great article, Matt. Thanks.

  • [18] August 25, 2016 at 11:50am

    “If a certain group is undervalued, that means another group has to be overvalued,…Maybe we should start thinking about not only who is undervalued but who is overvalued in our society.”

    I would ask him the following.

    If black lives really matter so much:
    a) why do blacks abort their children far more than whites or any other demographic in this country?
    b) why do blacks murder other blacks more than any other demographic in this country.
    c) why do blacks accept drug-dealing, and drug and alcohol abuse in their communities? Why don’t they self-police?
    d) why do blacks allow themselves to be so dependent on government subsidies rather than work for things they will actually appreciate?
    e) why do blacks allow their government-subsidized housing to deteriorate so quickly, in most instances caused by intentional damage and gross neglect by their own people?
    f) why do black people allow the breakdown of their own families because of adultery, divorce, abandonment, drugs, alcohol, gangs and crime?
    g) why do blacks allow neighborhood bullies and gangs to ruin their neighborhoods, and allow opportunistic politicians and activists to goad them into destroying their own and other businesses and neighborhoods?
    h) why do black people tolerate a public education system that actually discourages learning, and allows some students to intimidate and bully others?
    i) why do so many blacks incite more racial division?

    These aren’t solitary black issues, but they are core to black issues

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  • [2] August 25, 2016 at 8:23am

    This is a good reminder that the best of intentions, when fed through the grinder of government, often comes out looking and smelling like something that should be left in the outhouse.

    Offering training is one thing, regulating and requiring a permit to do ‘good deeds’ is something else entirely.

  • [3] August 25, 2016 at 8:07am

    “Even those that do speak out — they aren’t going to get the platforms,” he added. “It’s the crazies that come on that say, ‘we hate America.’ They’re the ones who get the media. I think that’s the problem. Not that they are not condemning it. It’s that we are not listening when they do it.”

    He makes a good and fair point. The problem remains, however, that even if a majority of Muslims are ‘moderate’ or peaceful, there are more than enough to cause chaos and wholesale murder. Those like Shaikh – if he is indeed legit – do need to get a louder voice in the culture. They also need to step up – individually or as a group – to speak against the so-called radicals. In other words, they need to police their own house.

  • [2] August 25, 2016 at 7:39am

    Are we supposed to think there WASN’T enough racism in this country?

    Despite the official backpedalling statement, this bald-faced racist indoctrination should never have gotten to the stage of being posted as an official class. The fact that no oversight caught this and stopped it in its tracks shows that either the SUNY administration is blind to the inherent racism, or supports it. Either way, someone shouldn’t be in that administrative position,and taxpayers should reconsider just how much of their hard-earned, confiscated money should be thrown at a system that is gearing itself to destroy those same ‘contributors’.

  • [4] August 25, 2016 at 7:20am

    So, can we assume that care for victims of non-gay venue massacres (or natural disasters) would also be on the state’s tab? Yeah, not so much.

    I’m guessing that whoever approved this bit of ‘charity’ from the state’s coffers has a rainbow pin of his own, or is a total political coward. But was it an elected official, or an appointed, entrenched bureaucrat?

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  • [1] August 24, 2016 at 5:06pm

    +potvin: Be careful: it would seem that any sort of attraction could be reason for her to sue you. Frankly, if there were actual, physical threats, I’d be in Tantaros’ and the other complainants’ corner. None of the reports I’ve seen so far indicate anything more than ‘dirty old men’ flirting in crude ways. But I suppose the major objection is that these men were flirting from a position of power, and the women felt utterly helpless if they wanted to keep their jobs. If I get into a work situation that seems untenable to me, I walk. Been there, done that.

    My question: At what point do we separate actual harm from what amounts to politically-correct accusations designed to gain leverage in the workplace? Where is the cut-off for an individual’s common freedom of speech, especially between adults? Must every man parse every word before speaking? It seems to be getting to that point.

    Frankly, I can’t imagine any man even attempting to ask her for a date after this, on peril of his future.

  • [1] August 21, 2016 at 7:42am

    Why isn’t the video showing up in the article? All I’m getting is a blank space. I really wish TheBlaze was more user-friendly and less cluttered with background.

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  • [1] August 20, 2016 at 8:10am

    “Sold out?” Good choice of words, both for the so-called ‘professor’ (as in, “she professes to be wise, but is merely a charlatan” with pigskin”) and the students of self-shame.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/08/19/city-of-seattle-offers-course-to-address-white-fragility-and-its-sold-out/

  • [5] August 20, 2016 at 7:56am

    Finally, a voice for sanity.

  • [7] August 20, 2016 at 7:41am

    This guy has watched too many Mission Impossible movies.

  • [1] August 19, 2016 at 2:13pm

    Is it just me, or do the “boundaries” on Christians exercising their First Amendment RIGHT considerably tighter than on other religions?

    Reminder: If it is taxed, licensed, ‘permit’-ed, or regulated outside what is necessary to protect others from physical or economic harm, it is NOT a Right.

  • [6] August 19, 2016 at 1:05pm

    Whenever I can (excepting legal forms) I either list my race as “prefer not to answer” or, if there is space to enter it, “Human”.

    http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/ever-wonder-why-white-people-dont-post-about-race-on-social-media/

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