The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. These people are ****** nuts. And that’s strong language for an old lady.
 November 25, 2015 at 4:07am
All this college and police/ citizen unrest is just like the 1960′s, during which I was an adult. Remember Kent State, where students were murdered by the national guard during student protests. It can become bloody. Very sad to see we are fulfilling the communist and Islamic agendas. We are tearing a nation apart from within. I tell my family to enjoy every day we have and every trip to the grocery store and to a restaurant.
ahhh....yes. I yearn for those days of the National Guard and firehouses being on our campuses.
Student protests? How bout student riots, Unfortunately there were students injured/killed who were doing nothing more than walking to class. Society approved of the shootings because no one was found guilty of anything. It should be noted that after Kent State student riots of this magnitude went quiet. It will probably take another “Kent State” to “calm” the present situations.
 November 24, 2015 at 6:06pm
The two young men require bullets to the back of their heads.
I like the nitrogen idea too, death in seconds, as their bodies bust into pieces!
November 24, 2015 at 3:58am
Me, too. To Cancun after Christmas, but I figure terrorists on the same flight will just be returning to Mexico, so we will all be safe.
 November 23, 2015 at 2:18pm
Joyce Carol Oates writes like she looks, folks. I read two to three books a week (and not the namby pamby junk stuff). Over the years, I’ve been excited when I pickup a collection of stories for which some book award was given. Nine times out of ten the stories are about the darkness in us, the hatreds and pettiness. This is the crap that progressives call literature. If I wanted to read that junk, I’d read what comes out of Washington.
November 22, 2015 at 4:31am
No one likes to think of people killing potential pets. I will tell you that this was not an unknown method of animal control when I was a kid and before as much as we don’t like to acknowledge it. Both my grandmother’s were of American Indian descent, one Wyandot and one Dakota and they both had cats – outdoor cats. When they decided they had too many, the next batch of kittens were placed in a burlap bag and drowned in the well. Sorry to burst your bubble, folks, but people thought differently back then..
This is true. My father has told me this was common when he was a kid. A brick, a burlap bag, a brick and a rain barrel.
On the other hand, the people that did it weren't the kind of cowards that walked away. They knew what they were doing and they faced it. They didn't glue a top on an aquarium and leave it somewhere in a cowardly attempt to wash their hands of the deed.
Millions are killed every year. Some by PETA.
I'm not against humane killing of animals. I have to butcher a turkey when I get done typing this. But, I will not put it in an aquarium and seal it, waiting for time to do my dirty work. I am also against just killing an animal for convenience, if there are others that might want it. I do recognize that others might feel differently, live in a different culture (I am also American Indian) or have a different line in the sand. But, I don't see how the method of killing given in this article could be anything but preplanned torture.
You've successfully explained why Providence brought the white man to subjugate the red man. Congrats.
 November 21, 2015 at 2:10pm
Did congress include the following language in the refugee bill?
“Every Congressman and their staff, Senator and their staff, the President, Vice President, all staff, including those personally reporting to Obama, and members of the Judiciary and staff, are required to take into their homes, and only their homes, a minimum of 10 refugees which will be chosen by citizens of the United States. Failure to do so will cause immediate impeachment and loss of all salaries, benefits, retirement. There will be no legal remedy to this language.”
 November 21, 2015 at 5:17am
“It’s very wrong to demoralize a religion.” I’d rather be wrong and alive than right and dead.
 November 21, 2015 at 1:00am
Buckwheat’s grandson hits a new low.
 November 21, 2015 at 12:57am
You know, we tend to generalize about common American’s lives at certain points in history, and if you live into old age, sometimes you want to correct a historical generalization. During Reagan’s presidency, the media and I’ll go so far as to say half of Americans, thought he was a complete clown. I am not joking because I was an adult then. We had no idea what we would lose when he was replaced.
November 21, 2015 at 12:51am
There is something about using the words “lawfully functioning government” that appears to uncover a non-reality. Don’t believe most of government now is lawful or functioning.
 November 21, 2015 at 12:45am
November 21, 2015 at 12:43am
I understood the article the first time through, but then I speed read and the mind picks up the necessary words and constructs the story for you. Cute story.
 November 20, 2015 at 4:19pm
It would be more educational to watch beheadings done by muslims, stonings, whippings, crucifixions, wouldn’t it?
 November 20, 2015 at 8:26am
Homeschoolers in areas chosen by parents get together with parents as guides and hold their own local science fair with known scientists, doctors, etc. as judges over one weekend. The winners go to a district homeschool science fair, then state. It can be done. Why spend the dollars on legal bills fighting the education Nazi;s? Just do your thing and enjoy it.
I do like your ideal but I have to think that it is wiser to stand up and speak out at some point. Maybe not this issue but certainly others. Not challenging some of the practices of the public education system has led us to where we are now.
 November 19, 2015 at 1:40pm
Why is this even a discussion? The proposal to admit killers into America is absurd and those making it require firing, no impeachment. Just go to the Whitehouse and excuse them all.
 November 19, 2015 at 1:36pm
After living with a sociopath for 10 years, I can tell you Obama is one. We do not exist and are not human. There is no reaching these people. They are absolutely without conscience to others and live above the law. After 10 years of marriage to this, I walked away wondering, “Who was that masked man?:” It took 30 years for a son to get a diagnosis of his dad. Yep, sociopath, and they are miserable creatures not caring how much they hurt others.
 November 19, 2015 at 3:22am
Are we a nation of citizens who are insane? We keep doing the same thing and expecting different results, as in our “election” process. Is it time we realize our elections are just part of the bread and circuses brought to us by our federal government? Is it time we recognize our voting process is so very frauded that those “elected”are actually placed in office? Or don’t we care?
 November 19, 2015 at 2:20am
Well, how about that. I want the same, guns, guns, guns. And I want them carried where they count, visibly. Further, there is a quick, painful solution to this border and isis problem. Batten down the hatches here at home and carpet bomb the living heck out of the middle east. Carpet bomb until they yell uncle. Send the “migrants” and “Syrians, yemens, etc (muslims)” home. And while we are at it, remove our employees in Washington by excusing them from office, replacing with our retired and fired military and staff. We have a treasonous employee at the head of this nation. We can reconstitute the Republic within a year. We are living like insane people do-using the same reps in Washington and expecting a different result. Ain’t gonna work, folks.