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Comment on: #BlueLivesMatter as NYPD Seeks Apologies - Opinion - Boston.com
Posted 01/06/2015 08:39:04 EST
Another race baiting article by the king of righteous indignation.Sent an e-mail to Lebeau but it was kicked back. Apparently Jordan can't handle public feedback.
Comment on: Parents Get New Weapon in Battle to Out-Obnoxious Their Teens
Posted 08/18/2014 08:39:39 EDT
There is nothing wrong with this app concept. Guess what, there are consequences for action or inaction. This is another means to making sure kids (they are children) understand this point. Scalese ha more »
Comment on: WEEI Host Kirk Minihane Probably Thinks These Women Are Too Fat To Be Anything But Waitresses, Whatever That Means
Posted 07/23/2014 02:29:02 EDT
You don't get it. He's saying she has her job b/c of her looks rather than her competence. Whether it was 15 lbs or 50 lbs, the number is irrelevant. He contrasts Andrews to women sports personalities more »
Comment on: Mayor Bloomberg to Harvard Grads: âDo Not Follow the Crowdâ
Posted 05/30/2014 01:31:36 EDT
Did you miss the part where he bashed liberal intolerance on campus? Only in your warped pathetic existence would you take every position (however illogical) that the big bad liberals are taking away more »
Comment on: Father of missing boy admits checkered past; will seek custody of children at January hearing - News Local Massachusetts - Boston.com
Posted 12/29/2013 05:11:38 EST
Being a junkie irresponsible father is not the same as beating the kids - possibly to death. What an ignorant statement.
Comment on: Parents: NY teacher note said kids were 'dirty' - Education - Boston.com
Posted 11/23/2013 08:47:54 EST
For all you hard a**es who applaud this note. Did you stop to think this shouldn't be a note. It should at least be a phone call to discuss the situation?
Comment on: Whatâs up with the US and maternity leave? - MD Mama - Boston.com
Posted 09/05/2013 01:54:52 EDT
Why don't you start a company and try that policy out and see how it works. I'm sure youll do rally well with recruiting.
Comment on: Teachers packing heat - James Alan Fox - Crime & Punishment blog - Boston.com
Posted 03/21/2013 09:03:14 EDT
Uh, does that apply to elementary school too? Middle school?
Please identify a society where they're getting good primary school results through online only schooling.
Just a thought.
Posted 03/21/2013 09:02:02 EDT
Bubalouie 1, name 1 instance where a mass shooter was stopped by a concealed carry citizen.
It takes a lot of training to handle a firearm in a crisis situation with innocent bystanders all around.
Comment on: Top 10 myths about mass shootings - James Alan Fox - Crime & Punishment blog - Boston.com
Posted 12/20/2012 12:55:15 EST
Things can be done. But dont' fool yourself into thinking they're cure-all solutions to the society we live in. Why don't we start with banning assault weapons? I like the odds of that kind of polic more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:53:33 EST
It's a blog, not a research paper. Most (but not all) have underlying data sources that you can google.
I doubt you would take the time to review and understand the data even if he did post sources.
Posted 12/20/2012 12:52:04 EST
Maybe there are no cure-alls for mass-murders. There is strong evidence to say squashing the most rare, aberrent and horrible behavior is really hard to do. So, I find a lot of value in shooting down more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:48:55 EST
Well, focus group of 1. Congrats. I'm sure you're well positioned to speak for emotional responses of all 6-7 year old chlidren.
Posted 12/20/2012 12:48:05 EST
Oh, the NRA advocates gun safety programs.... Well, that makes everything OK. If we allowed folks to own RPGs, I'm sure the NRA would have an RPG safety program and argue that it's absolutely within more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:45:08 EST
You mean the NRA is completely populated by liberals? Wow, I didn't know that...
Posted 12/20/2012 12:44:34 EST
So you have data on the mental health of all these killers? Or your memory is the basis for good policy decisions? Trite commentary, huh... How's this for a point - there is no easy, silver bullet s more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:41:28 EST
What a jerk. The myth is that lazy people who make up solutions while driving and call into talk-radio don't actually have ideas that are good policy. Yes, knee jerk thinking doesn't usually produce more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:40:19 EST
Fox did not narrow the issue to school shootings alone. He used a definition of mass murder for which there are more statistics. If you want to narrow the issue to mass shootings at schools, you're p more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:37:58 EST
What else does the world look like in your fantasy life of conspiracy theories.
So, let's be honest - you're full of it. BTW, I voted against Obama.
Posted 12/20/2012 12:36:45 EST
Uh, it's pretty valuable to burst the balloons of people who knee jerk come up with solutions that might feel good but don't work and have tons of unintended consequences. You on the other hand made s more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:34:24 EST
Plenty of facts. No solution? How about this - there are no easy, completely effective solutions that don't have unintended consequences. Also, it's a blog. Are people only allowed to post fully de more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:32:17 EST
Look, in every comparable western country our rates of gun violence are WAY higher in general.
Posted 12/20/2012 12:31:24 EST
Sorry if he bursts your bubble that there are all these completely effective solutions with no unintended consequences. He does advocate measures like gun control and renewed focus on mental health b more »
Posted 12/20/2012 12:29:34 EST
Dude, he's saying that these are not simple, completely effective solutions. He says that common sense gun control and mental health care initiatives are worth doing largely b/c they benefit society. more »
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