These nightly reads are about the kinds of politics the penisphere generally loathes discussing.
Black women have been speaking about racism in the work place, institutions of education, the health service etc – in team meetings every damm week, at local authority meetings, parents and teachers associations, at police stations when their sons are arrested and criminalised, in Black women’s group, living rooms and so it goes on. Now all of a sudden some “named” organisation comes up with a report and its published and discussed all over the place. The Fawcett Society has been around since 1953. How many reports on Black women have they brought out since then? They have got the PC thing going with nice pictures of Black women on the website, probably some Black women workers too. . But ahh, this is what happens when you are “powerless, poor and passed-over” and 29% out of a population of 8% of you are in prison.
And Bitch Ph. D. is fairly certain that Scalia = Stupid when he dissented on the recent juvenile execution ruling by comparing teen abortion rulings to teen murder cases. I agree. The man is not only a flaming idiot, but he is also misconstruing a rather conservative ruling.
there is a pretty big difference between the state deciding to impose death on someone, and a person making decisions about their own medical care. It behooves the state, I think, to hold a high standard when it comes to killing people. Let me explain why the context is different for Scalia, who is apparently kinda stupid: the issue at hand is not the moral agency of children; it is on the power of the state. Not whether children can or cannot make moral decisions, but whether or not the state should kill people who may not be capable of making informed moral decisions. Hence, as Kennedy writes, “When a juvenile offender commits a heinous crime, the state can exact forfeiture of some of the most basic liberties, but the state cannot extinguish his life and his potential to attain a mature understanding of his own humanity.” Hence, the decision is a conservative one: before the state can kill someone, it needs to be certain that the person is a mature moral agent. Since mature moral agency is hard to measure, let us err on the side of caution.
The way Scalia frames his argument suggests that anyone who has had an abortion should herself be executed. Brilliant, dude.
In other news, I have been named the Minister of Education because I “will corrupt the minds of our youth with liberalism and compassion, damn her.”