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2017-09-14 06:47:15 AM  
129 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


You don't, actually.
2017-09-14 06:50:05 AM  
127 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


only if you're a racist loser looking for an opportunity to wallow in victimhood.
2017-09-14 03:56:56 AM  
117 votes:
I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?
2017-09-14 09:22:18 AM  
71 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place. 

It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't. 

Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.
2017-09-14 06:55:03 AM  
53 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Are the DACA students paying? Are you equally outraged about foreign students?
2017-09-14 09:27:11 AM  
44 votes:
I'm just gonna copy/paste what I posted yesterday:

It seems like people are shoving each other out of the way to get to the front of the line to see who can be the biggest asshole. shiat's depressing. All this shiat is depressing.

Do I need a safe space? Maybe. Maybe I just want some examples of people not being intentionally shiatty to each other, for once.
vpb [TotalFark]
2017-09-14 07:04:39 AM  
41 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Just the ones with dumb kids.  Besides, it isn't a bible school, it's a liberal arts school.
2017-09-14 09:51:38 AM  
38 votes:

Relatively Obscure: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

You don't, actually.


Yeah, never wondered it either. I'd far prefer a DACA recipient get my hard earned tax dollars than a klansman's kid.
2017-09-14 09:30:22 AM  
32 votes:

dantheman195: Hillary flaunted the laws,


LOL...that word...

Pretty sure you wanted "flouted" in there, chief.  Of course, then you'd still be wrong.

Grammatically correct, but wrong.
2017-09-14 09:19:25 AM  
31 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


You misspelled "entitled racist asshole College Republicans" but its ok, I know that's a lot of letters for you.
2017-09-14 09:24:24 AM  
30 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


I'd say none.
2017-09-14 04:33:10 AM  
30 votes:

Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?


Of course. Much like the religious right the pathology seems to share a deluded persecution complex.
2017-09-14 09:55:33 AM  
29 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


I wonder how much of my tax dollars you stole from me by accepting farm subsidies.
2017-09-14 09:25:53 AM  
25 votes:
FTFA: "this illegal at my school"

I'm not normally given to finding someone in real life and cockpunching them for something they said online, but young Taylor desperately needs a cockpunch.

The University board responsible deserves a course of cockpunches as well for suggesting that young Taylor's hateful statement was merely "a recommendation about how to respond to [Garcia's] undocumented status".
2017-09-14 09:59:07 AM  
23 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Afraid to compete?  Lots of studies have shown that DACA people are more educated, more likely to start businesses and less likely to end up in prison.

Sorry your friends can't hang with them, but hey, we're supposed to be a meritocracy here, right?
2017-09-14 10:00:54 AM  
22 votes:

seadoo2006: If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.


<sarcasm>It's all about personal responsibility with these types.</sarcasm>

That's what these whiny white males do all the time... it's never because they don't measure up, that they didn't work hard enough or that they were dumber than a bag of rusty hammers. It's always someone else's fault that these inbreds didn't get the job or didn't get the scholarship or weren't admitted to a school or whatever the cause for their failures in life. They wallow in the cesspool of their own stupidity, reinforced by a conservative media that tells them exactly who to hate for their farked up lives, morphing into lifelong republicans.

Farking sad.
2017-09-14 09:55:47 AM  
21 votes:

dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?


Says the guy who supports an admitted sexual predator for President.  Guess those kinds of laws don't matter, amiright?
2017-09-14 09:44:42 AM  
21 votes:
if he was even remotely serious about it then he would have made a call to the authorities, who can protect his identity, and not whine on social media. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
vpb [TotalFark]
2017-09-14 07:05:16 AM  
21 votes:

holdmybones: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Are the DACA students paying? Are you equally outraged about foreign students?


Just the brown ones.
2017-09-14 06:43:43 AM  
20 votes:
You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.
2017-09-14 11:14:21 AM  
19 votes:

Aidan: FTFA: "this illegal at my school"

I'm not normally given to finding someone in real life and cockpunching them for something they said online, but young Taylor desperately needs a cockpunch.

The University board responsible deserves a course of cockpunches as well for suggesting that young Taylor's hateful statement was merely "a recommendation about how to respond to [Garcia's] undocumented status".


Not for nothing, it may be actionable slander.

She is not an "illegal". The status that this slur is imputing to her is inaccurate: what is typically meant by branding someone an "illegal" is that they intentionally entered the country without documentation, which is a misdemeanor.

Children (or in this case an infant) can't form intent, so she did not commit an offense when she was brought here. Moreover, the illegal act is entering the country, not remaining in it. So put simply, she never did anything that justifies calling her an "illegal".

Finally, while the constitutionality of DACA is open to question, it reflects current US policy so she is not subject to deportation. The ONLY reason for branding a Dreamer as an "illegal" is to make them a target for harassment, which is actionable.

She should sue his ass.
2017-09-14 09:27:58 AM  
19 votes:

dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?


What laws did Hillary "flaunt"?
2017-09-14 10:17:32 AM  
18 votes:

geggam: DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work


Which makes you legal for two years.

My friend came to Japan legally, earned a PhD from Japan's top university, is married to a Japanese citizen, and publishes academic research in Japanese frequently. Still, they have get that work visa renewed every single year.

So, if you think a two year work visa is the same as being illegal, you're just plain wrong.
2017-09-14 10:02:21 AM  
18 votes:

Aidan: FTFA: "this illegal at my school"

I'm not normally given to finding someone in real life and cockpunching them for something they said online, but young Taylor desperately needs a cockpunch.

The University board responsible deserves a course of cockpunches as well for suggesting that young Taylor's hateful statement was merely "a recommendation about how to respond to [Garcia's] undocumented status".


On top of that, the point of DACA was to give them Visas as long as they were productive members of society.  So as of right now, and when this went down, she is here legally for the time being

So this douchenozzle's base argument is invalid.
2017-09-14 09:38:39 AM  
17 votes:
The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.
2017-09-14 10:22:56 AM  
16 votes:

chasd00: The whole thing makes me conflicted, see affirmative action as just another form of discrimination. I'd hate to be the administrator that has to tell some kid "hey look, you meet every academic and financial requirement to attend this school but you're just the wrong color". On the other hand, if you have an advantage over the next guy/gal then you better.farking.use.it.


Why should you be conflicted? White males have had their own affirmative action from legacy programs and scholarships through outright fark-you discrimination from before there was a country, and I'm sure not a gad-damn one of the people that got ahead by using these methods felt one tiny bit of guilt, remorse, regret or sadness that they were able to get what they got because of the color of their skin or ethnicity.
They probably though they got ahead because that's the way things were supposed to be, and many still think this way... that's why little asswipes like this whiner chose to report this young woman. The entitlement mentality is still strong with people like this guy.

Such small and rare advantages that exist for people of color - still dwarfed the way things have been forever that are mentioned above - have only existed for a little over half my lifetime. I'm old enough to remember when even newspaper want ads for jobs were segregated by race and by sex. Wasn't that long ago.

Damn right people of color should use whatever advantages they can get to get into school... because once in school they still have to do the work and measure up academically. And there should be no guilt or conflict involved what so ever.
2017-09-14 09:45:04 AM  
16 votes:

Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.


It's weird that everybody wants that.  They pay money for it and everything.
2017-09-14 09:41:28 AM  
16 votes:
Sadly this won't cause the guy to reflect on how his actions were wrong, it'll just drive him into more of a racist rage.
2017-09-14 09:21:21 AM  
15 votes:

Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?


All I can hear is complaints about affirmative action or some other nonsense.
2017-09-14 09:28:14 AM  
13 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Four.  It's an ongoing national tragedy, really.

/how sad are your kids that they can't compete with non-native speakers?
2017-09-14 04:34:45 AM  
13 votes:

fusillade762: Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?

Of course. Much like the religious right the pathology seems to share a deluded persecution complex.


lets just hope nobody decides to get stabby or shooty over this.
2017-09-14 10:41:10 AM  
12 votes:

seadoo2006: meanmutton: Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate claiming racial discrimination.

In that case her LSAT score was a 161 (83rd percentile) and a 3.8 undergraduate GPA. That's pretty middling in the context of many students, especially those trying for a professional degree. 

I understand many people want to think that they are above average, but they weren't exceptional. Exceptional students get accepted. Middling students might have to fight it out with other middling students. Using a case about someone with a 3.8GPA and a 161 LSAT is proving my point, exactly.


Furthermore, at UM Law School, her scores are actually median or under-median for the Class of 2020.

https://www.law.umich.edu/prospectivestudents/Pages/classstatistics.a​s​px

I'll reiterate.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.
2017-09-14 09:25:47 AM  
12 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?
d23 [BareFark]
2017-09-14 10:32:59 AM  
11 votes:

Drubell: I've seen two photos of this prick. One is him wearing a nice suit with a MAGA hat on and the other is him giving a thumbs up posing next to Rand Paul.

This wasn't just a random trololol. He was definitely drinking the koolaid.


You can tell this by how they talk.  Telling a newspaper you don't like that they are "fake news" just shows you who they are listening to.
2017-09-14 10:13:21 AM  
11 votes:

Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?


Who is "he"?

Being against illegal immigration is NOT RACISM.  Certainly there is overlap in the Venn diagram of People That Are Racist vs. People That Are Against Illegal Immigration, but A =/= B.
2017-09-14 10:04:23 AM  
11 votes:

meintx2001: seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place. 

It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't. 

Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.

Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.


not so CSB:
my BIL got into University of Chicago's phd program because he has some personal relationships where he did his masters who knew how to leverage the fact he's Mexican. It's been pretty hard on him actually because he feels he it didn't really earn it which is a big big freakin deal to him. He's pretty naive having spent his entire adult life in academia. I told him "look, you better play every advantage you have and you better create advantages for yourself you don't already have, otherwise, in the real world, your arse is in a van down the river" but he's still pretty hard on himself.

The whole thing makes me conflicted, see affirmative action as just another form of discrimination. I'd hate to be the administrator that has to tell some kid "hey look, you meet every academic and financial requirement to attend this school but you're just the wrong color". On the other hand, if you have an advantage over the next guy/gal then you better.farking.use.it.
2017-09-14 12:36:19 PM  
10 votes:
I still have yet to figure out why immigration is at the top of so many people's biatch lists in this country. If it's simply racism, either in disguise or not, then OK, I get it, you were raised by assholes. Otherwise, WTF makes this the biggest burr up your collective asses?  Are these people stealing your treasured veggie picking jobs? Roofing in Houston in August jobs? Lawn care in Pheonix in July jobs? WTF?

I'm assuming the overwhelming vast majority of these people don't know an illegal, probably have never seen one IRL in their entire life, and they have absolutely zero consequence in their lives. If they are rich, they're probably employing them for service jobs. If they aren't, then they have waaaaaaay bigger fish to fry, at least regarding things that actually (negatively) affect their own, personal lives.
2017-09-14 10:09:50 AM  
10 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Yeah, you would wonder that, if you have no comprehension of how Scholarships, Grants, DACA, and other such educational funding programs work, which obviously you don't.  The rest of us know better than to wonder.
2017-09-14 09:48:10 AM  
10 votes:

seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place. 

It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't. 

Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.


Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.
2017-09-14 09:47:13 AM  
10 votes:

wax_on: Sadly this won't cause the guy to reflect on how his actions were wrong, it'll just drive him into more of a racist rage.


Racist?
"Everyone go report this illegal at my school bragging about breaking the law."
2017-09-14 09:39:20 AM  
10 votes:

Subtonic: Seriously though, Transylvania University??


It means "on the other side of the woods".
2017-09-14 09:33:00 AM  
10 votes:
I thought it was fake news when I saw she attended Transylvania University, but then I googled it, and it's the oldest in Kentucky lol, founded in 1780.

/themoreyouknow.jpg
2017-09-14 12:54:38 PM  
9 votes:

gar1013: Were less qualified people admitted?


Possibly.
That was the claim by Abigail Fisher, another famous recent AA case.
She learned that 5 minority students with worse grades than hers had been admitted while she was denied.
So she sued.

Of course she ignored the 42 white students with worse grades than hers that had been admitted, or the 168 minority students with better grades than her that were also denied.
2017-09-14 10:20:03 AM  
9 votes:
Surely everybody knows this, but just in case: DACA didn't "legalize" any of its recipients, it just made them eligible for potentially indefinite deferred action while allowing them to work. It also didn't provide them with a path to citizenship - it was always going to be tentative. Unfortunately these were the limits of doing things via executive order and not actually changing the U.S. Code.
2017-09-14 11:30:46 AM  
8 votes:

IDisposable: Umm ... yeah?  Of course it's the person who didn't get accepted to college who complains about not getting accepted to college.  I'm not clear what is hard to understand about that.


My point is that well-qualified students will always get accepted. Those who complain about not getting accepted whether it's because of their low-grades, middling test scores, or some made up fantasy about some brown person taking their spot are just failing to take personal accountability for their failures. You didn't get it because you weren't smart enough to get in. Don't point to someone else and say "they took my spot."

No, you lost your spot because you didn't achieve enough to obtain that spot in the first place. 

Affirmative Action is the warring cry of people who weren't good enough to begin with.
2017-09-14 11:11:06 AM  
8 votes:

dantheman195: Rule of law no longer applies


Your very naughty boy Messiah pardoned a brutal racist thug with a badge just for schitts and giggles, and you're complaining that the rule of law does not apply?
2017-09-14 10:36:31 AM  
8 votes:
Hes a Future Brownshirt in the making, fark that guy.  Too bad the Uni sat on their thumbs while this happened and had to be shamed in the media to actually, you know...deal with a problem.
2017-09-14 10:10:03 AM  
8 votes:

doglover: geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work

Mutually exclusive states.


Illegal means you can be deported. DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work and we wont deport you even though you are here illegally. 

No laws where changed ensuring legal status, you are still here illegally and at anytime DACA could be revoked or your application ( every 2 years)  denied then you will be deported
2017-09-14 09:52:17 AM  
8 votes:

geggam: Change the laws or follow them...


Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.
2017-09-14 09:49:58 AM  
8 votes:
Since when did undocumented mean illegal ? 

If your parents take you into Disney and you get kicked out is it Disney's fault ? or does Disney have a program to let undocumented customers ride everything now ? 

Change the laws or follow them...
2017-09-14 09:43:19 AM  
8 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.
2017-09-14 01:01:43 PM  
7 votes:

chasd00: not so CSB:
my BIL got into University of Chicago's phd program because he has some personal relationships where he did his masters who knew how to leverage the fact he's Mexican. It's been pretty hard on him actually because he feels he it didn't really earn it which is a big big freakin deal to him. He's pretty naive having spent his entire adult life in academia. I told him "look, you better play every advantage you have and you better create advantages for yourself you don't already have, otherwise, in the real world, your arse is in a van down the river" but he's still pretty hard on himself.

The whole thing makes me conflicted, see affirmative action as just another form of discrimination. I'd hate to be the administrator that has to tell some kid "hey look, you meet every academic and financial requirement to attend this school but you're just the wrong color". On the other hand, if you have an advantage over the next guy/gal then you better.farking.use.i


Your BIL is experiencing imposter syndrome. It's very common among PhD students and newly minted PhDs. If he's at University of Chicago, it's because he earned it. Being a minority may have given him a nudge into a scarce spot in their PhD program, but he had to clear the hurdle of earning first.
2017-09-14 11:22:15 AM  
7 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


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/at least I hope so...
2017-09-14 10:08:31 AM  
7 votes:

meintx2001: Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.


If you are a 2400SAT, 36ACT, with all honors and APs on your transcript and a diverse extracurricular life, you will not be passed over for "diversity" students. Most state schools will give you a full tuition scholarship just for acing one of the standardized tests.

Again, find me someone that thinks they were "passed over" as a white student with an impeccable academic record and I might buy that argument, but it's always some middling student with with a victim, never-my-fault personality that ends up shouting that some "colored" took their spot. 

Sorry, no. If you're smart, you get in. Period. If you're a 75th percentiler, you might have some issues. Don't be a 75th percentiler, don't get mad when someone gets placed ahead of you.

DubyaHater:Ahhh.....sorry for the ignorance. It's been over 20 years since I took the SAT and I don't have kids.

I was Class of 2006 for high school and I was one of the last classes to take the old SAT and one of the first classes to take the new SAT. But yes, essay component is worth another 800. Verbal, Math, and Writing. ACT also has an essay component as well, but I never took that version.
2017-09-14 10:08:30 AM  
7 votes:

geggam: doglover: geggam: Change the laws or follow them...

Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.

No... they are still illegal they have just been given permission to work


That word doesn't mean what you think it does.
2017-09-14 09:58:02 AM  
7 votes:

doglover: geggam: Change the laws or follow them...

Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.


No... they are still illegal they have just been given permission to work
2017-09-14 09:40:23 AM  
7 votes:

dantheman195: Hillary


DRINK!
2017-09-14 12:31:07 PM  
6 votes:
"Deferred action" is not the same as "legalized". It's important to recognize the distinction - successful application results in a gratuitous promise from USCIS that the U.S. won't take action against the recipient. Enforceable in court? Don't know because the government hasn't tried to pull the rug out yet.

But at the expiry of the deferral period, the recipients are still left without citizenship or LPR status. They're not "illegals" but they remain "undocumented". Explaining this future uncertainty to people applying for it was difficult, especially since they're putting themselves on the radar just by applying. It was always a temporary solution to an ongoing problem.
2017-09-14 12:22:11 PM  
6 votes:

Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.


It's called an education.
2017-09-14 12:18:44 PM  
6 votes:

kindms: except you keep ignoring that in the SCOTUS case they never argued that her scores weren't up to snuff. Because they could show that other students with middling scores as you put it WERE accepted. That was the entire argument of the plaintiff. That her scores were as good as other students accepted at the school. The only difference she argued was that RACE was used as a metric to enroll other students instead of her. The school never argued against that point. They merely argued that they had an interest to have a diverse student body. So you are argument is dumb.

And of course it is always going to be students on the edges of enrollment who bring suits As they are the ones that get passed over by an ever shrinking set of criteria.

you are basically arguing against AA. You are saying it should be based on scores and only scores. Which is what the plaintiff in the case was arguing as well. The only difference is you are saying middling scores by minority students is AOK but not for whitey


That's not at all what I'm arguing. I'm saying when it comes to the affairs of the middling, it's very easy to say that someone who was white and went to a private college prep school and graduated with 75th percentile scores is less of a candidate than someone who was black and went to an inner-city school and graduated with 75th percentile scores. The rationality exists that the members of the subjugated racial class have to work harder just to achieve parity in objective scoring metrics, so AA benefits them by saying that their scores are weighted more heavily than the white students.

This is one area where The West Wing nailed it:

"Grading is based on past performance, but admissions should be based on potential, on how a candidate may thrive with this sort of opportunity, and studies show that affirmative action admits have a higher predisposition to contribute to society."

The fact is that the only people butt hurt about AA are those people who don't believe there are systemic disadvantages ingrained in our system that need to be rectified in affirmative action, thus the name.
2017-09-14 11:45:08 AM  
6 votes:

geggam: doglover: geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work

Mutually exclusive states.

Illegal means you can be deported. DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work and we wont deport you even though you are here illegally.
No laws where changed ensuring legal status, you are still here illegally and at anytime DACA could be revoked or your application ( every 2 years)  denied then you will be deported


I want you to go back and look at what you wrote here.

DACA is current US policy. It has been ratified, albeit temporarily, by the current president. So people who are qualified for DACA are actually not subject to deportation; by your own definition they are not "illegal".

Adults who entered this country undocumented entered illegally. DACA recipients did not. That's why they have a protected status. While it is arguable that there must be a change in the laws for DACA to have legal effect, that would have to be raised in the courts which it has not. So as it stands, DACA recipients are lawfully present in the United States.
2017-09-14 10:34:46 AM  
6 votes:

meanmutton: Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate claiming racial discrimination.


In that case her LSAT score was a 161 (83rd percentile) and a 3.8 undergraduate GPA. That's pretty middling in the context of many students, especially those trying for a professional degree. 

I understand many people want to think that they are above average, but they weren't exceptional. Exceptional students get accepted. Middling students might have to fight it out with other middling students. Using a case about someone with a 3.8GPA and a 161 LSAT is proving my point, exactly.
2017-09-14 10:30:20 AM  
6 votes:
I've seen two photos of this prick. One is him wearing a nice suit with a MAGA hat on and the other is him giving a thumbs up posing next to Rand Paul.

This wasn't just a random trololol. He was definitely drinking the koolaid.
2017-09-14 10:06:24 AM  
6 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Maybe they should have got better grades and had a higher propensity for achievement than the illegal alien students?
2017-09-14 09:59:08 AM  
6 votes:

Harlee: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

So... illegals living and working in this country don't pay taxes? Really? This is why harlee loves Fark: all the rocket scientists who post here.


The president doesn't pay taxes.
2017-09-14 09:27:19 AM  
6 votes:

seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place.
It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.
Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.


Not to change the subject, but 2400 SAT? I'm assuming something changed.
2017-09-14 01:00:44 PM  
5 votes:

bigfatbuddhist: dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?

What laws did Hillary "flaunt"?


When democrats find loop-holes it's because they want to burn America to the ground. When republicans find loop-holes, that's just smart business making.
2017-09-14 11:32:59 AM  
5 votes:

GDubDub: Being against illegal immigration is NOT RACISM. Certainly there is overlap in the Venn diagram of People That Are Racist vs. People That Are Against Illegal Immigration, but A =/= B.


Since it became a dog-whistle, yea it does mean that now.
2017-09-14 11:31:34 AM  
5 votes:

dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?


And Trumpy is pure as the driven snow, amirite?  Never broke a law in his life.  Only brown people and women break laws!

/the derp is strong with you
//check your meds
///It's flouted, not flaunted.
2017-09-14 10:13:01 AM  
5 votes:
How soon until he becomes  a hero (martyr)  to FOX News, Rush, Breitbart , etc?
2017-09-14 10:09:53 AM  
5 votes:

harleyquinnical: Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?

All I can hear is complaints about affirmative action or some other nonsense.


H, I am actually left unhappy when I find two poor students whom have applied for the same scholarship only to have that decision made on skin color, even if that color is black.

I went into more detail some thread a while back. Need to run now.

/FTR, I'm not white.
//there ARE better ways of achieving diversity
2017-09-14 10:00:45 AM  
5 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Does that even happen? I mean outside the really expensive and or narrow majors.  Our liberal arts colleges in particular seem happy to let anyone bury themselves in debt for an education that won't really help in the end.  Even at that you can find a couple places to go unless you do really badly on act/sat in which case you're better off not going to college anyway.  Of all the immigration issues this one is about -11 on the 0 to 10 scale of things I wonder/worry about.
2017-09-14 09:47:16 AM  
5 votes:

wax_on: Sadly this won't cause the guy to reflect on how his actions were wrong, it'll just drive him into more of a racist rage.


True, but someone like this isn't ever going to realize his actions were wrong.  If it wasn't this it would (will) be something else.
2017-09-14 09:41:49 AM  
5 votes:
I'm waiting for the blubbering "I was just joking" video with...

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/Transylvania and no Rocky Horror reference?
2017-09-14 09:32:47 AM  
5 votes:

DubyaHater: seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place.
It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.
Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.

Not to change the subject, but 2400 SAT? I'm assuming something changed.


There's an essay component now.
2017-09-14 09:21:38 AM  
5 votes:
Meh. Private school.
2017-09-14 04:16:13 AM  
5 votes:
Do they not throw blanket parties anymore?
2017-09-14 04:55:49 PM  
4 votes:

dantheman195: Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?


I'm sorry you've been marinating in toxic Fox News crap for so long that this is apparently what you actually believe. You'd probably benefit from meeting some people who vote D. You might learn something. Hint: Dems want you to have civil rights and are even trying to get you somewhat-affordable health care, regardless of whether you vote for them or not. When they tell you you're "privileged", it doesn't mean you shouldn't have rights, it means you've been acting like an entitled asshole about something and they're trying to point it out.
2017-09-14 04:04:27 PM  
4 votes:

chasd00: It's not ok to tell a prospective student "the reason you can't attend this school is because you're white" just like it's not ok to a tell a prospective student "the reason you can't attend this school is because you're not white"


The difference here is that I can bring up quite a few examples of prospective students being told - out loud and in public, by elected officials no less - that they cannot attend a school because they are not white.
I have yet to see the reverse. If you have links to this, I would like to see them.
And this is not about telling white people - who also happen to have been at the top of the historical, financial and cultural food chain in this country since before its inception that "they cannot attend" anywhere.

Imagine a line of people waiting to get into an auditorium. Before, all the people in that line would be white, with people of color not even being allowed to get in the line at all.
Later they were allowed to get in line but always at the back, with white people allowed to cut in ahead of them until the number of seats had been reached and again they could not get in.
Now that an effort is made to put people of color in the line so that they can get in, the white people at the end that exceed the number of seats complain that they should have gotten in anyway.

There's a sense of entitlement that still pervades these peoples psyches, to the point where some of them join neo-nazi groups and parade down streets with torches. They believe they should have simply because they have always had, like their fathers and their fathers before them.

So the question is this: where where these white people and their pleas for fairness when the first two scenarios were in play? Were they concerned that the people of color could not join the line? Were they fighting for the rights of the people of color that got pushed to the back of the line? The answer is "They were nowhere". As long as these people had the advantages they desired they saw no reason to rock the boat or complain that everyone was not getting a fair shake, and it's likely they did not even think about those who were denied or why. And now that they are experiencing just a small fraction of what others have lived forever, they complain.

So no, nobody's telling white people "you can't attend because you're white", because the real issue is the white people who assume that they can over anyone else. That's the assumption that has to go.
2017-09-14 01:12:34 PM  
4 votes:

This text is now purple: The structural and economic reasons are similar to why prostitutes are unpopular with married women.


And yet married women will happily employ cleaners.
2017-09-14 12:25:58 PM  
4 votes:
Good riddance asshole. Good luck finding gainful employment after even a cursory google search yields what a piece of shiat you are.
2017-09-14 11:44:59 AM  
4 votes:

Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.


That's why Republicans are against free college.  Indoctrination only works if you let it.  It works for the KKK also.  The military tried to indoctrinate me, but you don't see me making a career of it.
2017-09-14 11:44:01 AM  
4 votes:
When reached out to for comment by the Lexington Herald Leader, Ragg told the paper they were "fake news" and did not elaborate on his behavior.

Sounds like a douche, looks like a douche. I want to pick him up and throw him into that other guy.
He looks like he's 14 and weighs 70 pounds.
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2017-09-14 11:38:58 AM  
4 votes:

seadoo2006: IDisposable: Umm ... yeah?  Of course it's the person who didn't get accepted to college who complains about not getting accepted to college.  I'm not clear what is hard to understand about that.

My point is that well-qualified students will always get accepted. Those who complain about not getting accepted whether it's because of their low-grades, middling test scores, or some made up fantasy about some brown person taking their spot are just failing to take personal accountability for their failures. You didn't get it because you weren't smart enough to get in. Don't point to someone else and say "they took my spot."

No, you lost your spot because you didn't achieve enough to obtain that spot in the first place. 

Affirmative Action is the warring cry of people who weren't good enough to begin with.


except you keep ignoring that in the SCOTUS case they never argued that her scores weren't up to snuff. Because they could show that other students with middling scores as you put it WERE accepted. That was the entire argument of the plaintiff. That her scores were as good as other students accepted at the school. The only difference she argued was that RACE was used as a metric to enroll other students instead of her. The school never argued against that point. They merely argued that they had an interest to have a diverse student body. So you are argument is dumb.

And of course it is always going to be students on the edges of enrollment who bring suits As they are the ones that get passed over by an ever shrinking set of criteria.

you are basically arguing against AA. You are saying it should be based on scores and only scores. Which is what the plaintiff in the case was arguing as well. The only difference is you are saying middling scores by minority students is AOK but not for whitey
2017-09-14 10:42:23 AM  
4 votes:

dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?


Just like the snowflake in Texas who lost her case in one of the most conservative SCOTUS since the 1930, that not how any of this works.  Nobody is losing seats to affirmative action it DACA because of their status or race.


But I guess it's easier to complain and blame other people for your own failings then it is to pull up your bootstraps and figure out a solution.  I would find the irony of people who complain about stuff like this funny if they didn't turn to white nationalist groups to vent their frustration.

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2017-09-14 10:40:28 AM  
4 votes:

seadoo2006: meintx2001: Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.

If you are a 2400SAT, 36ACT, with all honors and APs on your transcript and a diverse extracurricular life, you will not be passed over for "diversity" students. Most state schools will give you a full tuition scholarship just for acing one of the standardized tests.

Again, find me someone that thinks they were "passed over" as a white student with an impeccable academic record and I might buy that argument, but it's always some middling student with with a victim, never-my-fault personality that ends up shouting that some "colored" took their spot. 

Sorry, no. If you're smart, you get in. Period. If you're a 75th percentiler, you might have some issues. Don't be a 75th percentiler, don't get mad when someone gets placed ahead of you.

DubyaHater:Ahhh.....sorry for the ignorance. It's been over 20 years since I took the SAT and I don't have kids.

I was Class of 2006 for high school and I was one of the last classes to take the old SAT and one of the first classes to take the new SAT. But yes, essay component is worth another 800. Verbal, Math, and Writing. ACT also has an essay component as well, but I never took that version.


I don't feel that good about affirmative action programs, but frankly they are a TINY TINY factor in the competitive admissions issue.  There are 100 times more foreign students that are competing with White Gomer, and they are on perfectly legal student visas.
2017-09-14 10:28:57 AM  
4 votes:

geggam: Nocrash: geggam: doglover: geggam: Change the laws or follow them...

Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.

No... they are still illegal they have just been given permission to work

That word doesn't mean what you think it does.

you mean we can simply do this ? 

undocumented rapist let free because we dont call him illegal anymore ?


Yes, that is exactly what it means. US citizens go to jail for rape, but undocumented rapists just flash that card and poof, they go free. You nailed it.
2017-09-14 10:05:53 AM  
4 votes:

Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.


Indoctrination by the far left starts in kindergarten. To be totally safe, you should homeschool your kids. And, of course, the only textbook you need is the Holy Bible. Daily Bible readings and beatings will make your chirren grow up to be red blooded mericun conservative patriots.
2017-09-14 09:52:49 AM  
4 votes:
Is no one going to make a comment about how non bipartisan the bipartisan news source is?  Anybody?
2017-09-14 09:52:37 AM  
4 votes:
This racist punk is probably going to march at a Nazi rally next month, and get his ass beaten by a skinny antifa girl for his trouble, like all the other proud members of the master race.
2017-09-14 09:28:52 AM  
4 votes:
Whatever happened to simple physical violence and constant bullying to get a kid to stop coming to school.  Today's snowflakes have to go running to the admins now.  Sad.

Seriously though, Transylvania University??
2017-09-14 03:46:19 AM  
4 votes:
A classmate at Transylvania University

Man, if you think Duke sucks...
2017-09-14 04:28:39 PM  
3 votes:
ITT: Someone still butthurt because they got on the anti-hillary train but forgot to get off when it stopped mattering.

Yeah, she "flaunts the laws" by being a techno-luddite and potentially leaking information, IF the server was compromised in the specified timeframe, neither of which there is any evidence for. She improperly stored information, in a way that almost every politician at the time did. The Republicans also used similar systems.

The election was nearly a year ago. Get over it already. Harping on the losing candidate now over these ridiculously overblown things, it just reeks of desperation to justify your own choices. Well, I'm not justifying them for you. If you didn't vote for Hillary you voted for Donald Farking Trump. Get over it, you helped a narcissistic moron become president. Move on.

/Do you want to bring up Benghazi next? (Hint: Clinton at no point had anything to do with the events there)
2017-09-14 01:38:58 PM  
3 votes:

geggam: Nocrash: geggam: doglover: geggam: Change the laws or follow them...

Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.

No... they are still illegal they have just been given permission to work

That word doesn't mean what you think it does.

you mean we can simply do this ? 

undocumented rapist let free because we dont call him illegal anymore ?


Are you retarded? He'd be a rapist; whether he is here legally or not is immaterial to having assaulted someone. Why would a rapist be "let free"?
2017-09-14 01:36:47 PM  
3 votes:

GDubDub: Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?

Who is "he"?

Being against illegal immigration is NOT RACISM.  Certainly there is overlap in the Venn diagram of People That Are Racist vs. People That Are Against Illegal Immigration, but A =/= B.


He didn't go to the authorities to report the "evil illegal alien".  He put her pick on social media and called her an ILLEGAL in order to humiliate her.  It fits with racism.  The guy is a racist.
2017-09-14 01:33:01 PM  
3 votes:

EddieMoscone: I'm just gonna copy/paste what I posted yesterday:

It seems like people are shoving each other out of the way to get to the front of the line to see who can be the biggest asshole. shiat's depressing. All this shiat is depressing.

Do I need a safe space? Maybe. Maybe I just want some examples of people not being intentionally shiatty to each other, for once.


This is so true, and it's really farking depressing.

On the other hand, there are many more people willing to take a stand against the assholes. People who stayed quiet in the past are speaking up and getting involved in activism.

Granted, where you live seems to determine which group you see more of...
2017-09-14 01:27:07 PM  
3 votes:

WelldeadLink: gilgigamesh: Not for nothing, it may be actionable slander.

She is not an "illegal". The status that this slur is imputing to her is inaccurate: what is typically meant by branding someone an "illegal" is that they intentionally entered the country without documentation, which is a misdemeanor.

Children (or in this case an infant) can't form intent, so she did not commit an offense when she was brought here. Moreover, the illegal act is entering the country, not remaining in it. So put simply, she never did anything that justifies calling her an "illegal".

Intent doesn't apply to the fact of having entered.

The child might enter without breaking the law if the parent came through an immigration entry point and was let in my immigration agents without the parent willfully misrepresenting material facts. I'm not finding phrasing which seems to cover overstaying a visa without originally intending to do so.
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1325


Wrong.  An infant has no "intent."  Their parents made the decision without their input or consent, not could they give it.  So they did not break any laws.  In fact this is the case so they are trying to actually criminalize it because kids cannot be held liable for their parents decision like that.

Oh, but it all doesn't matter.  Illegal immigration is a CIVIL MATTER and not criminal.  So despite its name, is not criminal.
2017-09-14 01:06:03 PM  
3 votes:

seadoo2006: That's not at all what I'm arguing. I'm saying when it comes to the affairs of the middling, it's very easy to say that someone who was white and went to a private college prep school and graduated with 75th percentile scores is less of a candidate than someone who was black and went to an inner-city school and graduated with 75th percentile scores. The rationality exists that the members of the subjugated racial class have to work harder just to achieve parity in objective scoring metrics, so AA benefits them by saying that their scores are weighted more heavily than the white students.


This. It's also a good argument for taking socioeconomic status into account when comparing student test scores in the admissions process, which is what more universities are moving to, especially in states that have banned race based affirmative action in admissions. Too lazy to track it down right now, but there's some research now indicating that a college student with, for example, test scores in the 95th percentile who's from a poor neighborhood usually outperforms a student with similar test scores from a wealthy area.  The poor kid who does well despite shiatty opportunities tends to do really well when their opportunities are improved by getting into a good college.

Plus colleges have a point when they say that a diverse student body has value in and of itself. Many businesses have realized this too. Different socioeconomic backgrounds. Difference races. Different nationalities. etc. They bring different perspectives to the table and that's good for education.
2017-09-14 12:54:00 PM  
3 votes:

give me doughnuts: this looks interesting everything's ok: Surely everybody knows this, but just in case: DACA didn't "legalize" any of its recipients, it just made them eligible for potentially indefinite deferred action while allowing them to work. It also didn't provide them with a path to citizenship - it was always going to be tentative. Unfortunately these were the limits of doing things via executive order and not actually changing the U.S. Code.

But at the same time, they have SSNs, can get driver's licenses, and they pay income taxes.


SSNs just mean you can be taxed. Fictitious persons have SSNs.

Similarly, a driver's license is simply that -- a license to operate a vehicle on public roads. They don't indicate citizenship.
2017-09-14 12:52:35 PM  
3 votes:

Nick Nostril: I still have yet to figure out why immigration is at the top of so many people's biatch lists in this country.


It reduces the value of labor.

The structural and economic reasons are similar to why prostitutes are unpopular with married women.
2017-09-14 12:16:47 PM  
3 votes:

Cubicle Jockey: meanmutton: Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate


Grutter had a 3.8 GPA and a 161 LSAT. That would place her slightly below the median of the accepted students today at that school.
https://www.law.umich.edu/prospectivestudents/Pages/classstatistics.as​px

So no, she was not clearly an above average candidate for where she was applying.


Were less qualified people admitted?
2017-09-14 11:59:43 AM  
3 votes:
Also, she no doubt has damages, as I am all but certain that his actions caused every mouthbreathing cretin in a MAGA hat to crawl out of the internet to hurl rape and death threats at her.
2017-09-14 11:58:10 AM  
3 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Transylvania is an elitist private college in KY.   It's overpriced school that doesn't have a library, but it doesn't get tax dollars.
2017-09-14 11:48:48 AM  
3 votes:

gilgigamesh: Not for nothing, it may be actionable slander.


Really unlikely. Slander is steep hill to climb under American law.
2017-09-14 11:11:53 AM  
3 votes:
Traditions[edit]
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Pumpkins lit on the steps of Old Morrison
There is a week-long celebration of Halloween by students known as "Rafinesque Week" in honor of the 19th-century botanist, inventor, and Transylvania professor Constantine Rafinesque. The university ends October with a unique combination of activities including a lottery for four students to win the chance to spend the night in Rafinesque's tomb.[34] The steps of Old Morrison are lined with pumpkins carved by students, faculty, staff, and members of the community around Halloween for what is called Pumpkinmania. In honor of Professor Rafinesque, the downstairs grill in the Mitchell Fine Arts Building is called the "Rafskeller" - a pun on the word Rathskeller.
Transylvania is also known for the Kissing Tree, a white ash tree that is estimated to be approximately 260 years old - 35 years older than the university itself. In the 1940s and 1950s, the administration turned a blind eye to students kissing in public near the tree, at a time when it was frowned upon elsewhere on campus.[35] Today, with the rules on public displays of affection slackened, students refer to the tree as the Kissing Tree. In 2003 The Chronicle of Higher Education included the Kissing Tree among the most romantic places on college campuses in America, and it was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal article about romance on college campuses.[36]
2017-09-14 10:37:44 AM  
3 votes:

Nocrash: WelldeadLink: wax_on: Sadly this won't cause the guy to reflect on how his actions were wrong, it'll just drive him into more of a racist rage.

Racist?
"Everyone go report this illegal at my school bragging about breaking the law."

The student Paola is brown. She ain't from France.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Guiana
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martinique
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guadeloupe
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayotte

Non?
2017-09-14 10:35:34 AM  
3 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


None? Is it none? It's none, right?
2017-09-14 10:26:04 AM  
3 votes:

Your Dance Instructor: phamwaa: Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.

Snitches get expelled.

Or paid

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/university-pays-students-to-be-social-ju​stice-advocates/


LOL at the WND article, and the guy who didn't read it. There's nothing in it about snitching.
2017-09-14 09:56:40 AM  
3 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


So... illegals living and working in this country don't pay taxes? Really? This is why harlee loves Fark: all the rocket scientists who post here.
2017-09-14 09:45:51 AM  
3 votes:

Chabash: DubyaHater: seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place.
It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.
Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.

Not to change the subject, but 2400 SAT? I'm assuming something changed.

There's an essay component now.


Ahhh.....sorry for the ignorance. It's been over 20 years since I took the SAT and I don't have kids.
2017-09-14 09:45:20 AM  
3 votes:
Interesting, because just the other day I was reading the school was not doing anything about it, but now that her youtube video got some good publicity.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/outed-daca-student-kentucky-pleads-help-​t​ransylvania-university/
2017-09-14 09:26:42 AM  
3 votes:
Sounds like the school... taught someone a lesson.

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2017-09-14 07:35:27 AM  
3 votes:
Instant Karma - John lennon
Youtube EqP3wT5lpa4


Don't hate.
2017-09-14 05:32:59 PM  
2 votes:

LavenderWolf: /Do you want to bring up Benghazi next? (Hint: Clinton at no point had anything to do with the events there)


Saying the Hillary had nothing to do with Benghazi is like saying the CEO of Equifax is in no way responsible for their data breach.  I mean, sure, I guess we can just throw accountability out the window and pretend that the people in charge aren't responsible for anything if that's what you're after.
2017-09-14 04:08:46 PM  
2 votes:

bigfatbuddhist: dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?

What laws did Hillary "flaunt"?


Back to pretending saint Hillary did nothing wrong, huh? You may want to get that selective memory checked out. By James Comey's own admission, the claim that Hillary leaked classified and top secret documents and information properly marked as such at the time of authorship of the emails was validated. Comey also said that he did not recommend prosecution for treason, because that would require proof of malicious intent- something he says he could not conclusively provide. He also admitted:

"To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. To the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions."

Having worked as a government contractor holding a security clearance, I can tell you what he was referring to. I was briefed that any spillage of classified or top secret data (the official name for an unintentional leak) was sufficient grounds for revoking my security clearance, although actual revocation was subject to a review process. Regardless whether or not my clearance was revoked, my contract would be terminated and dependent on the outcome of my review, I may be prevented from working as a government contractor in the future for jobs requiring a clearance. Naturally this scared me badly enough that I never once spilled data and became paranoid about making sure my co-workers didn't either.

What Comey was referring to was that a different person in similar circumstances to Hillary would have got herself fired, her security clearance revoked, and probably prevented from working in a secure environment again unless she could successfully appeal getting her clearance revoked. This obviously did not happen, despite there being plenty of precedent not that long ago with general Petraeus. Furthermore, Clinton and Clinton staffers actually still had clearance as recently as June. This is made even more surprising by lawyers saying in the press that a client would have been seriously at risk of losing their clearances in the same circumstances as Hillary over a year ago. So given all this, you sure you still want to pretend Hillary hasn't flaunted the law?

/Don't get me wrong, D2S should never have been an option for president.
//And the second he does something actually illegal, he should be impeached.
///But I don't try to pretend the other option wasn't guilty because I hate D2S.
2017-09-14 04:00:26 PM  
2 votes:

Walker: ounds like a douche, looks like a douche. I want to pick him up and throw him into that other guy.
He looks like he's 14 and weighs 70 pounds.


Who the fark told these farkheads that suits and baseball caps go together?  Can we please send the Log Cabin Republicans to pay him a visit and get this squared away?  Maybe change out the cap for an armband of the same color, maybe with some black insignia on a white circle, just to make sure the message isn't lost?
2017-09-14 02:50:48 PM  
2 votes:

MilesTeg: Seems to me word games are at play. Yes, there is a thought that actually "being" in the country is more a civil violation (as in over staying a visa) , the term "illegal" still applies. For example, a parking ticket is a civil violation but it is still acceptable to say someone is "illegally parked" and thus got a ticket. Both situations are subject to action by authorities whether it be deportation or a parking ticket.


Let's be honest here: when people call an undocumented immigrant an illegal, they are implying that person is a criminal. They are also using the term as a slur to dehumanize them. They aren't people, they're illegals.

All kinds of things become possible when people stop being people and become instead walking pejoratives.
2017-09-14 01:56:41 PM  
2 votes:

boyofd: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

I thought Conservatives hated giving out rewards to kids who can't earn something on their own merit?  What's next, a participation trophy for being born in the US?  Snowflakes indeed.


What's sad is that I've met a number of white people over the course of my life who were actually well-spoken and somewhat intelligent. White people could actually succeed on their merits, if they could free themselves from their culture of dependency.
2017-09-14 01:52:57 PM  
2 votes:

dkulprit: WelldeadLink: gilgigamesh: Not for nothing, it may be actionable slander.

She is not an "illegal". The status that this slur is imputing to her is inaccurate: what is typically meant by branding someone an "illegal" is that they intentionally entered the country without documentation, which is a misdemeanor.

Children (or in this case an infant) can't form intent, so she did not commit an offense when she was brought here. Moreover, the illegal act is entering the country, not remaining in it. So put simply, she never did anything that justifies calling her an "illegal".

Intent doesn't apply to the fact of having entered.

The child might enter without breaking the law if the parent came through an immigration entry point and was let in my immigration agents without the parent willfully misrepresenting material facts. I'm not finding phrasing which seems to cover overstaying a visa without originally intending to do so.
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1325

Wrong.  An infant has no "intent."  Their parents made the decision without their input or consent, not could they give it.  So they did not break any laws.  In fact this is the case so they are trying to actually criminalize it because kids cannot be held liable for their parents decision like that.

Oh, but it all doesn't matter.  Illegal immigration is a CIVIL MATTER and not criminal.  So despite its name, is not criminal.


Seems to me word games are at play. Yes, there is a thought that actually "being" in the country is more a civil violation (as in over staying a visa) , the term "illegal" still applies. For example, a parking ticket is a civil violation but it is still acceptable to say someone is "illegally parked" and thus got a ticket. Both situations are subject to action by authorities whether it be deportation or a parking ticket.

As far as "intent"...I agree, you can't arrest a someone for purposefully crossing the border illegally when they were an infant. However the civil punishment for being here "illegally" still technically applies...which is deportation.
2017-09-14 01:18:48 PM  
2 votes:

gar1013: Glockenspiel Hero: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Afraid to compete?  Lots of studies have shown that DACA people are more educated, more likely to start businesses and less likely to end up in prison.

Sorry your friends can't hang with them, but hey, we're supposed to be a meritocracy here, right?

Given the unfortunately high incarceration rate of African-American males, wouldn't it make sense to devote some of the resources used to educate people who shouldn't be here towards helping out a community of American citizens that could use a helping hand?

I mean, that's why you brought up the likelihood of DACA recipients being less likely to go to prison, right?


Uhhh....  DACA residents have to pay taxes.  They aren't eligible for Medicaid, but they can get tax credits of they qualify for the marketplace.  They also HAVE TO PAY FOR SCHOOL.  They aren't eligible for federal student aid because they aren't citizens.  Some states provide state aid, which is still a loan, some private institutions either provide loans or charge them as international students so they end up paying more....  Some get grants aloe scholarships...  If they meet and earn the criteria.

So what money are you talking about that we should be giving to actual American citizen??  They money that they've earned that gets taxed should get taken and given to them?  I'm really confused about what money you're speaking of.  The student aid money from the states that is earmarked for student aid that is a loan that has to get paid back?  We take that away we're also taking it away from US Citizens.

Or are we finding the loans that have been offered to the DACA students and then taking that and giving it to the citizens?  Who is paying that back?
2017-09-14 01:17:58 PM  
2 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


I thought Conservatives hated giving out rewards to kids who can't earn something on their own merit?  What's next, a participation trophy for being born in the US?  Snowflakes indeed.
2017-09-14 01:11:10 PM  
2 votes:

Nick Nostril: I still have yet to figure out why immigration is at the top of so many people's biatch lists in this country. If it's simply racism, either in disguise or not, then OK, I get it, you were raised by assholes. Otherwise, WTF makes this the biggest burr up your collective asses?  Are these people stealing your treasured veggie picking jobs? Roofing in Houston in August jobs? Lawn care in Pheonix in July jobs? WTF?


Same over here. Brexit was a racist vote, pure and simple.
2017-09-14 01:08:49 PM  
2 votes:

NephilimNexus: Irony tag is for this paper calling itself "bipartisan."


I Lol'd at that myself when I saw the url.  While I agree with their stance, they aren't bipartisan.  Very left leaning.
2017-09-14 01:06:05 PM  
2 votes:
I hope the FBI etc keep at least a cursory watch on this Taylor Ragg douchebag going forward. I see him making the news again the future running someone over with a truck or doing something violent to immigrants.
2017-09-14 12:48:56 PM  
2 votes:

Dewey Fidalgo: If memory serves, Transylvania was a name of a proposed state early on, somewhere east of VA.


The Azores are the next piece of land east of Virginia.
2017-09-14 12:47:54 PM  
2 votes:

gilgigamesh: This text is now purple: gilgigamesh: Not for nothing, it may be actionable slander.

Really unlikely. Slander is steep hill to climb under American law.

He falsely accused her of a crime. That is libel per se.


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2017-09-14 12:46:57 PM  
2 votes:
This story makes me smile... sad little racists lose again.  : )
2017-09-14 12:44:42 PM  
2 votes:

Relatively Obscure: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

You don't, actually.


I can't tell if she was being sarcastic or is just dumb. this is my major gripe about the modern GOP. they killed sarcasm and irony because even the stupidest of statements may well be meant in earnest. it is a sad state of affairs but in a weird way insulates them from mockery.
2017-09-14 12:29:54 PM  
2 votes:

ds615: Reporting a crime got them kicked out.


What crime?
2017-09-14 12:26:21 PM  
2 votes:

this looks interesting everything's ok: Surely everybody knows this, but just in case: DACA didn't "legalize" any of its recipients, it just made them eligible for potentially indefinite deferred action while allowing them to work. It also didn't provide them with a path to citizenship - it was always going to be tentative. Unfortunately these were the limits of doing things via executive order and not actually changing the U.S. Code.



But at the same time, they have SSNs, can get driver's licenses, and they pay income taxes.
2017-09-14 12:24:16 PM  
2 votes:

gar1013: Glockenspiel Hero: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Afraid to compete?  Lots of studies have shown that DACA people are more educated, more likely to start businesses and less likely to end up in prison.

Sorry your friends can't hang with them, but hey, we're supposed to be a meritocracy here, right?

Given the unfortunately high incarceration rate of African-American males, wouldn't it make sense to devote some of the resources used to educate people who shouldn't be here towards helping out a community of American citizens that could use a helping hand?

I mean, that's why you brought up the likelihood of DACA recipients being less likely to go to prison, right?


Why not both? Why the divide and conquer of oppressed groups? Why can we treat everyone fairly and try as a society to make up for negative circumstances that sees people disadvantaged through no fault of their own?

I would just leave the haters out, since it is their fault the disadvantages exist in the first place.
2017-09-14 12:20:24 PM  
2 votes:

Harlee: Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.

Indoctrination by the far left starts in kindergarten. To be totally safe, you should homeschool your kids. And, of course, the only textbook you need is the Holy Bible.


I mean,  not the parts about forgiveness,  charity and kindness to others.  Gotta leave them out.
2017-09-14 12:12:29 PM  
2 votes:

meanmutton: Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate



Grutter had a 3.8 GPA and a 161 LSAT. That would place her slightly below the median of the accepted students today at that school.
https://www.law.umich.edu/prospectivestudents/Pages/classstatistics.a​s​px

So no, she was not clearly an above average candidate for where she was applying.
2017-09-14 12:01:24 PM  
2 votes:

geggam: They were here illegally and an avenue was created for them to gain legal status with a temporary stay on the deportation process. They werent suddenly legal immigrants they were in limbo.


No. You are begging the question here.
2017-09-14 11:59:58 AM  
2 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Actually, what I wonder about is why you pop in, make a comment that is the equivalent of dropping a turd in the punch bowl, and then get your ass handed to you over and over and over.

Actually, I don't wonder. I just like pointing it out.
2017-09-14 11:59:43 AM  
2 votes:

gilgigamesh: geggam: doglover: geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work

Mutually exclusive states.

Illegal means you can be deported. DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work and we wont deport you even though you are here illegally.
No laws where changed ensuring legal status, you are still here illegally and at anytime DACA could be revoked or your application ( every 2 years)  denied then you will be deported

I want you to go back and look at what you wrote here.

DACA is current US policy. It has been ratified, albeit temporarily, by the current president. So people who are qualified for DACA are actually not subject to deportation; by your own definition they are not "illegal".

Adults who entered this country undocumented entered illegally. DACA recipients did not. That's why they have a protected status. While it is arguable that there must be a change in the laws for DACA to have legal effect, that would have to be raised in the courts which it has not. So as it stands, DACA recipients are lawfully present in the United States.


So according to your logic if my parents take me into Disney illegally I am allowed to stay and ride rides because the guards are ignoring my presence ? 

They were here illegally and an avenue was created for them to gain legal status with a temporary stay on the deportation process. They werent suddenly legal immigrants they were in limbo.  

its a mess and needs fixed permanently
2017-09-14 11:55:55 AM  
2 votes:

This text is now purple: gilgigamesh: Not for nothing, it may be actionable slander.

Really unlikely. Slander is steep hill to climb under American law.


He falsely accused her of a crime. That is libel per se.
2017-09-14 11:54:16 AM  
2 votes:

Stavr0: GDubDub: Being against illegal immigration is NOT RACISM. Certainly there is overlap in the Venn diagram of People That Are Racist vs. People That Are Against Illegal Immigration, but A =/= B.

Since it became a dog-whistle, yea it does mean that now.


Well there it is...
2017-09-14 11:51:24 AM  
2 votes:

Nocrash: WelldeadLink: wax_on: Sadly this won't cause the guy to reflect on how his actions were wrong, it'll just drive him into more of a racist rage.

Racist?
"Everyone go report this illegal at my school bragging about breaking the law."

The student Paola is brown. She ain't from France.


Seems that you're making a judgement based upon skin color. He didn't mention the skin color of this "politically active DACA recipient".
2017-09-14 11:24:11 AM  
2 votes:

Your Dance Instructor: Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.

Students paid to report social Justice inequalities

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/university-pays-students-to-be-social-ju​stice-advocates/


World Nut Daily?
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Damn, son, get another schtick, you're not very good at this.
2017-09-14 11:23:48 AM  
2 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


Nope, I don't have to wonder.  One more thing you are wrong about.  Add it to the pile.
2017-09-14 10:48:42 AM  
2 votes:

seadoo2006: seadoo2006: meanmutton: Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate claiming racial discrimination.

In that case her LSAT score was a 161 (83rd percentile) and a 3.8 undergraduate GPA. That's pretty middling in the context of many students, especially those trying for a professional degree. 

I understand many people want to think that they are above average, but they weren't exceptional. Exceptional students get accepted. Middling students might have to fight it out with other middling students. Using a case about someone with a 3.8GPA and a 161 LSAT is proving my point, exactly.

Furthermore, at UM Law School, her scores are actually median or under-median for the Class of 2020.

https://www.law.umich.edu/prospectivestudents/Pages/classstatistics.as​px

I'll reiterate.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.


Lol 161 LSAT is a total scrub. That app would get filed in the circular bin at ANY T14 law school, much less Michigan.  Maybe she should have applied to the IU or another mid tier school instead of getting her hopes up for UM and big law.
2017-09-14 10:41:46 AM  
2 votes:

Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.


I have absolutely no doubt that a number of 'tax-paying American parents' have this problem.
Zero is a number.
2017-09-14 10:31:29 AM  
2 votes:
Lol, Trump is pushing for a solution, but congress would rather sit on its hand, and do nothing so they can point to Trump and say it's his fault.
He is getting sued by states for not deporting these people.
Congress has had 5 years to do something about DACA, and have done nothing to keep these people from being in a state of limbo.
Hardly fair to bash Trump fro trying to bring an end to the situation, which he is only doing because he is under threat of a lawsuit from other states. You should be mad at Obama for creating situation and congress for perpetuating it instead of changing the laws to accommodate these people.
2017-09-14 10:24:30 AM  
2 votes:

seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place. 

It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't. 

Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.


Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate claiming racial discrimination.
2017-09-14 10:21:32 AM  
2 votes:

Lady J: Occasionally I get a glimpse of comments from people I have on ignore, when there's multiple responses. It's so gratiyfing to see they're still posting the same, predictable garbage, and I am literally missing nothing of value.

Ahh... all's right with the world. Well, it isn't, but today is a good day.


I frequently wonder how many people have me on ignore or farkied but then I realize that I'm not nearly important enough for anyone to have taken the time.
2017-09-14 10:15:39 AM  
2 votes:

Subtonic: This text is now purple: Subtonic: Seriously though, Transylvania University??

It means "on the other side of the woods".

Okay.  But they should rename it, if only to save the staff and students from hearing the same tired jokes over and over.  ...something less menacing and hopeful, and without the latin... like 'Morning Wood University'.


Oh hell no. I totally would have gone there just for the name.

/not really
//would definitely buy a sweatshirt though
/// if they are smart, they have great merch
2017-09-14 10:14:49 AM  
2 votes:

geggam: doglover: geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work

Mutually exclusive states.

Illegal means you can be deported. DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work and we wont deport you even though you are here illegally. 

No laws where changed ensuring legal status, you are still here illegally and at anytime DACA could be revoked or your application ( every 2 years)  denied then you will be deported


And the thought of that makes you happy? Why?
2017-09-14 10:13:54 AM  
2 votes:

geggam: doglover: geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work

Mutually exclusive states.

Illegal means you can be deported. DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work and we wont deport you even though you are here illegally. 

No laws where changed ensuring legal status, you are still here illegally and at anytime DACA could be revoked or your application ( every 2 years)  denied then you will be deported


Undocumented, undocumented, undocumented! Try to catch up.
2017-09-14 10:12:48 AM  
2 votes:

Nocrash: geggam: doglover: geggam: Change the laws or follow them...

Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.

No... they are still illegal they have just been given permission to work

That word doesn't mean what you think it does.


you mean we can simply do this ? 

undocumented rapist let free because we dont call him illegal anymore ?
2017-09-14 10:06:42 AM  
2 votes:

geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work


Mutually exclusive states.
2017-09-15 04:47:08 AM  
1 vote:

washington-babylon: Back to pretending saint Hillary did nothing wrong, huh? You may want to get that selective memory checked out. By James Comey's own admission, the claim that Hillary leaked classified and top secret documents and information properly marked as such at the time of authorship of the emails was validated.


Good God but that was a tortured sentence, son.  If you are trying to say nothing, just say nothing.
2017-09-15 03:01:56 AM  
1 vote:

Lucky LaRue: LavenderWolf: /Do you want to bring up Benghazi next? (Hint: Clinton at no point had anything to do with the events there)

Saying the Hillary had nothing to do with Benghazi is like saying the CEO of Equifax is in no way responsible for their data breach.  I mean, sure, I guess we can just throw accountability out the window and pretend that the people in charge aren't responsible for anything if that's what you're after.


No, really, her former position is not responsible for embassy/consulate/etc security. It's more like someone shot a guy at a gas station and you're trying to blame the COO for the police response time.
2017-09-14 11:28:54 PM  
1 vote:

rewind2846: chasd00: It's not ok to tell a prospective student "the reason you can't attend this school is because you're white" just like it's not ok to a tell a prospective student "the reason you can't attend this school is because you're not white"

The difference here is that I can bring up quite a few examples of prospective students being told - out loud and in public, by elected officials no less - that they cannot attend a school because they are not white.
I have yet to see the reverse. If you have links to this, I would like to see them.
And this is not about telling white people - who also happen to have been at the top of the historical, financial and cultural food chain in this country since before its inception that "they cannot attend" anywhere.

Imagine a line of people waiting to get into an auditorium. Before, all the people in that line would be white, with people of color not even being allowed to get in the line at all.
Later they were allowed to get in line but always at the back, with white people allowed to cut in ahead of them until the number of seats had been reached and again they could not get in.
Now that an effort is made to put people of color in the line so that they can get in, the white people at the end that exceed the number of seats complain that they should have gotten in anyway.

There's a sense of entitlement that still pervades these peoples psyches, to the point where some of them join neo-nazi groups and parade down streets with torches. They believe they should have simply because they have always had, like their fathers and their fathers before them.

So the question is this: where where these white people and their pleas for fairness when the first two scenarios were in play? Were they concerned that the people of color could not join the line? Were they fighting for the rights of the people of color that got pushed to the back of the line? The answer is "They were nowhere". As long as these people had the advantages they desired ...


given 1 opening and 2 students, one white and one non-white but otherwise identical, affirmative action denies entrance to the white student because they are white. That is wrong, no more or less than denying entrance to the non-white student because they are non-white. You can write paragraph after paragraph but it's pretty straightforward.
2017-09-14 08:53:06 PM  
1 vote:

Lee Jackson Beauregard: College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.


logic and evidence.

FTFY
2017-09-14 05:27:18 PM  
1 vote:

LavenderWolf: ITT: Someone still butthurt because they got on the anti-hillary train but forgot to get off when it stopped mattering.

Yeah, she "flaunts the laws" by being a techno-luddite and potentially leaking information, IF the server was compromised in the specified timeframe, neither of which there is any evidence for. She improperly stored information, in a way that almost every politician at the time did. The Republicans also used similar systems.

The election was nearly a year ago. Get over it already. Harping on the losing candidate now over these ridiculously overblown things, it just reeks of desperation to justify your own choices. Well, I'm not justifying them for you. If you didn't vote for Hillary you voted for Donald Farking Trump. Get over it, you helped a narcissistic moron become president. Move on.

/Do you want to bring up Benghazi next? (Hint: Clinton at no point had anything to do with the events there)


First off, it only matters when certain morons try to pretend that "Hillary did nothing wrong, ergo there actually was a valid choice that wasn't bad last election". Second, Clinton didn't "potentially" leak information to unauthorized parties. It was conclusively proven by the FBI and admitted by James Comey that unauthorized parties did receive classified and top secret information. Or did you conveniently forget the Weiner email evidence? To claim otherwise shows you are either astoundingly ignorant and need to educate yourself, or are just lying and hoping that no one calls you out on it. What wasn't found by Comey (and he was absolutely correct) was malicious intent, which is what is required to bring a successful Treason lawsuit. But that does not mean that she did not break the law.

Thirdly, I did not vote for Trump or Hillary, as neither one should have been valid candidates in my opinion (but that's just.. like... my opinion, man). I was and am thoroughly disgusted by the state of the US 2 party system, and cannot in good conscience support the shiatshow it has become. When our choices became a geriatric old orange bastard who's obviously suffering dementia and whose greatest claim to fame is a TV show, and a geriatric old elitist banker backer who has blatantly broken the law repeatedly, we should have demanded something else as a people. Instead, people like you argued that we should have voted for the candidate YOU perceived to be the lesser of two evils. Meanwhile, the republicans were saying the exact same thing.  You and the Donald voters both are guilty of leading us to where we are today by supporting a system where "Perceived lesser of two ginormous evils" is somehow a valid goddamn choice.

So if you want to blame someone for Donald getting elected, just look in a farkin' mirror. Maybe you'll realize where your head is stuck and remove it in time to offer a candidate up in the next election that isn't an unelectable steaming pile of scandals. Hell, if either party can put up a candidate that will show they have learned their lesson, I may vote again for one of them. But until then, fark that noise.
2017-09-14 04:58:20 PM  
1 vote:

CptnSpldng: Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.

Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.


Simple solution. Be smarter, be more accomplished, and work harder than the competition. For that matter, do that and apply to a smaller state school. You will learn as much and you'll pay/owe less.


Simpler solution. Claim to be an under-represented minority.

It's not like they can prove you aren't.
2017-09-14 04:26:51 PM  
1 vote:

orbister: What a Daca rally may look like:


Looks like someone hasn't watched in a few years.
2017-09-14 04:13:08 PM  
1 vote:

chasd00: It's not ok to tell a prospective student "the reason you can't attend this school is because you're white" just like it's not ok to a tell a prospective student "the reason you can't attend this school is because you're not white". I don't see much wiggle room there honestly.


No students are told such a thing, because such a thing doesn't happen.

I'm not sure who told you that that happens, but it does not happen.
2017-09-14 04:06:55 PM  
1 vote:

holdmybones: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Are the DACA students paying? Are you equally outraged about foreign students?


...that's just it, in these people's minds, DACA students are foreign students.
2017-09-14 03:38:37 PM  
1 vote:

This text is now purple: There isn't a real difference.


One is issued by the Social Security Administration, and the other two are issued by the IRS.
2017-09-14 03:24:31 PM  
1 vote:
What a Daca rally may look like:

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2017-09-14 02:53:33 PM  
1 vote:

meintx2001: seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place. 

It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't. 

Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.

Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.


Simple solution. Be smarter, be more accomplished, and work harder than the competition. For that matter, do that and apply to a smaller state school. You will learn as much and you'll pay/owe less.
2017-09-14 02:14:29 PM  
1 vote:

EddieMoscone: I'm just gonna copy/paste what I posted yesterday:

It seems like people are shoving each other out of the way to get to the front of the line to see who can be the biggest asshole. shiat's depressing. All this shiat is depressing.

Do I need a safe space? Maybe. Maybe I just want some examples of people not being intentionally shiatty to each other, for once.


Good luck with that. People always come up with new ways to be horrible to each other every day and it always gets worse.

In this case, expect the DACA classmate to get picked up by ICE and kept in a prison while they figure out the logistics of deporting him and everyone else they want to. And while they're there, they're put to work to offset the cost of housing them, and ICE never actually gets around to actually deporting the ones who are able bodied. Imagine that.
2017-09-14 02:07:12 PM  
1 vote:

MilesTeg: Seems to me word games are at play. Yes, there is a thought that actually "being" in the country is more a civil violation



No. Not a word game. "Illegal" and "unlawful" aren't exactly synonymous.

Per Federal law, "Unlawful presence" is a civil violation while "Illegal entry" is a crime. One is a state of being while the other is an act.

Most undocumented immigrants entered the country legally on tourist visas, work visas, student visas, etc. and simply didn't leave. Most Dreamers had zero say in, or control over, their presence in this country. Their average age when they were brought or sent was 6 years old. When I was six, I had no choice where I lived either.
2017-09-14 02:06:02 PM  
1 vote:

seadoo2006: If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't.


Well yeah.  The ones who get in don't complain about not getting in.  I don't understand your point.
2017-09-14 01:43:40 PM  
1 vote:

dkulprit: Wrong.  An infant has no "intent."  Their parents made the decision without their input or consent, not could they give it.  So they did not break any laws.  In fact this is the case so they are trying to actually criminalize it because kids cannot be held liable for their parents decision like that.

Oh, but it all doesn't matter.  Illegal immigration is a CIVIL MATTER and not criminal.  So despite its name, is not criminal.


Improper entry can be a criminal matter. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1325

Presence without documentation isn't criminal. A criminal case against someone who was brought in as a child would be unlikely for the reasons you specify. But he or she could still be subject to removal, which is a civil remedy, not a punishment in the legal sense.
2017-09-14 01:23:27 PM  
1 vote:

meintx2001: seadoo2006: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

The only tax-paying American parents that can't get their kids into schools like this are tax-paying American parents with children that are too stupid to be enrolled in the first place. 

It's simple, really. The best student gets the position. If that best student happens to be a Chinese ex-pat that aced their entrance exams, ESL courses, SATs, and ACTs, well, they'll get the position.

If you notice, it's never someone with a 2400 SAT, 36 ACT, and 4.2GPA in all honors/AP courses that portrays themselves as being hurt by admissions processes. It's always the #MAGAbrained embeciles with low-average scores and a middling extracurricular life complaining how Shaniqua got in and he didn't. 

Moral of the story: Don't be dumb. Maybe you won't have issues getting into the schools you want to get into.

Except of course when they try to me quotas and pass over white students for someone of color. You know for diversity. Same as in job markets.


Hey, it's nice to see you guys commenting again after that debacle in Charlottesville.  I was afraid all the anti-Nazi and anti-Klan commentary had driven you and friends away.  Welcome back.
2017-09-14 01:17:55 PM  
1 vote:
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This is what Trump's base actually believes.
2017-09-14 01:17:10 PM  
1 vote:

noitsnot: Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.

It's weird that everybody wants that.  They pay money for it and everything.


This.

I went to college to become a rich liberal elitist. Now I am one. It's pretty good.
2017-09-14 01:09:14 PM  
1 vote:

seadoo2006: That's not at all what I'm arguing. I'm saying when it comes to the affairs of the middling, it's very easy to say that someone who was white and went to a private college prep school and graduated with 75th percentile scores is less of a candidate than someone who was black and went to an inner-city school and graduated with 75th percentile scores. The rationality exists that the members of the subjugated racial class have to work harder just to achieve parity in objective scoring metrics, so AA benefits them by saying that their scores are weighted more heavily than the white students.


"Contextual admissions" are big in the UK, but establishing context is hard, and skin colour would not be seen as enough here. How about Malia Obama versus a poor white kid with the same grades?
2017-09-14 01:06:45 PM  
1 vote:

bigfatbuddhist: dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?

What laws did Hillary "flaunt"?


None. But a derper never lets truth get in the way of a good narrative.
2017-09-14 01:04:32 PM  
1 vote:

Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?


Article states he wouldn't talk to Lexington's newspaper of record, calling it "fake news." And some other stuff that quite honestly,  I don't care about because he blew his metaphorical load after using the Trumper equivalent of sticking your fingers in your ears and shouting "LALALA CAN'T HEAR YOU LALALA!!"
2017-09-14 01:02:11 PM  
1 vote:

DrKnow: Harlee: Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.

Indoctrination by the far left starts in kindergarten. To be totally safe, you should homeschool your kids. And, of course, the only textbook you need is the Holy Bible.

I mean,  not the parts about forgiveness,  charity and kindness to others.  Gotta leave them out.


True. Those can be replaced by transcripts from the Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Michael Savage shows.
2017-09-14 12:59:56 PM  
1 vote:
I sure hope no one here supports this little twat in his racism. If you do, make yourselves known and prepare for the written lashing which you will receive.
2017-09-14 12:59:00 PM  
1 vote:

Aidan: FTFA: "this illegal at my school"

I'm not normally given to finding someone in real life and cockpunching them for something they said online, but young Taylor desperately needs a cockpunch.

The University board responsible deserves a course of cockpunches as well for suggesting that young Taylor's hateful statement was merely "a recommendation about how to respond to [Garcia's] undocumented status".


Actually, it just needs the employment status of the people arriving at that conclusion terminated.  If the girl was covered under DACA, her status was not in question--that literally was the governments determination.
2017-09-14 12:47:55 PM  
1 vote:

doglover: geggam: Change the laws or follow them...

Except the law was changed and with good reason by wise people.


Which law was changed for DACA?
2017-09-14 12:30:21 PM  
1 vote:

gar1013: Cubicle Jockey: meanmutton: Grutter v Bollinger featured a clearly above average candidate


Grutter had a 3.8 GPA and a 161 LSAT. That would place her slightly below the median of the accepted students today at that school.
https://www.law.umich.edu/prospectivestudents/Pages/classstatistics.as​px

So no, she was not clearly an above average candidate for where she was applying.

Were less qualified people admitted?


Her LSAT was below the 25th median percentile for enrolled students and her GPA was at the median.  That's a below average candidate.  Where there less qualified applicants admitted? Probably, but it's not just about test scores.  They also look at course load, letters of recommendation, life experience, and essays.  If you want to make it into a top tier law school with below average numbers, you've got to impress in other areas.  She didn't.

/I got a 168
//no law degree
2017-09-14 11:58:51 AM  
1 vote:

deadsanta: I thought it was fake news when I saw she attended Transylvania University, but then I googled it, and it's the oldest in Kentucky lol, founded in 1780.

/themoreyouknow.jpg


If memory serves, Transylvania was a name of a proposed state early on, somewhere east of VA.   Sort of where WV, eastern KY are now.
2017-09-14 11:55:57 AM  
1 vote:
Unless he was kicked off for other reasons, I suspect this guy will be contacting his lawyer with a lucrative payoff in the future.
2017-09-14 11:47:24 AM  
1 vote:

Stavr0: GDubDub: Being against illegal immigration is NOT RACISM. Certainly there is overlap in the Venn diagram of People That Are Racist vs. People That Are Against Illegal Immigration, but A =/= B.

Since it became a dog-whistle, yea it does mean that now.


This.

At this point, that Venn diagram looks like this:

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2017-09-14 11:29:35 AM  
1 vote:

Maud Dib: Your Dance Instructor: Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.

Students paid to report social Justice inequalities

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/university-pays-students-to-be-social-ju​stice-advocates/

World Nut Daily?
[img.fark.net image 295x366]
Damn, son, get another schtick, you're not very good at this.


http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/university-of-arizona-may-give-so​c​ial-justice-advocates-new-title-after-bad-press-9325690
2017-09-14 11:26:16 AM  
1 vote:

Glockenspiel Hero: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Afraid to compete?  Lots of studies have shown that DACA people are more educated, more likely to start businesses and less likely to end up in prison.

Sorry your friends can't hang with them, but hey, we're supposed to be a meritocracy here, right?


Given the unfortunately high incarceration rate of African-American males, wouldn't it make sense to devote some of the resources used to educate people who shouldn't be here towards helping out a community of American citizens that could use a helping hand?

I mean, that's why you brought up the likelihood of DACA recipients being less likely to go to prison, right?
2017-09-14 10:53:21 AM  
1 vote:
"...Taylor Ragg is no longer enrolled at Transylvania University."

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2017-09-14 10:45:24 AM  
1 vote:

Schmerd1948: geggam: doglover: geggam: illegal

they have just been given permission to work

Mutually exclusive states.

Illegal means you can be deported. DACA said here sign up every 2 years and you can work and we wont deport you even though you are here illegally. 

No laws where changed ensuring legal status, you are still here illegally and at anytime DACA could be revoked or your application ( every 2 years)  denied then you will be deported

And the thought of that makes you happy? Why?


Personally... I know many illegal aliens working here, they are working for less money and doing jobs that my fellow citizens wont do .... Great people

I am all for easing the laws and letting them here so they can work legally and quit getting screwed by the companies who suppress wages because they have this workforce they can blackmail 

Why would you think I am happy about this situation ?
2017-09-14 10:35:59 AM  
1 vote:

thorpe: Your Dance Instructor: phamwaa: Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.

Snitches get expelled.

Or paid

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/university-pays-students-to-be-social-ju​stice-advocates/

LOL at the WND article, and the guy who didn't read it. There's nothing in it about snitching.


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What does this sentence mean?

Successful applicants will be expected to "report any bias incidents or claims to appropriate Residence Life staff"
Reporting for pay sounds like snitching.

http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/university-of-arizona-may-give-so​c​ial-justice-advocates-new-title-after-bad-press-9325690
2017-09-14 10:34:06 AM  
1 vote:

Glockenspiel Hero: Lots of studies have shown that DACA people are more educated, more likely to start businesses and less likely to end up in prison.


DACA, or immigrants in general?

Because the latter is obvious, once you review the financial requirements for non-refugee immigration. You can basically do a find/replace for "immigrant" with "rich people".
2017-09-14 10:32:58 AM  
1 vote:

fusillade762: A classmate at Transylvania University

Man, if you think Duke sucks...


WHAT A
HORRIBLE
NIGHT TO
HAVE A
COURSE
2017-09-14 10:31:30 AM  
1 vote:
Dracula hated Mexicans as well.  Their blood was too hot and spicy.
2017-09-14 10:26:47 AM  
1 vote:

this looks interesting everything's ok: It also didn't provide them with a path to citizenship


Infinite renewals on a work visa is still a legal status.

An unenviable one in many ways, but legal nonetheless.
2017-09-14 10:26:38 AM  
1 vote:

Gentlequiet: www.taylorragg.com


Is that perhaps a website about Taylor Ragg, the pipsqueak who will never be forgotten?  That Taylor Ragg?
2017-09-14 10:21:58 AM  
1 vote:
Did you all catch the fact that Paola referred to her harasser as a "former" classmate? He, nor school said why he left, or specifically when. Did he fail out? This semester?

/I know, attacking the attacker instead of the victim
2017-09-14 10:14:08 AM  
1 vote:

phamwaa: Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.

Snitches get expelled.


Or paid

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/university-pays-students-to-be-social-j​u​stice-advocates/
2017-09-14 10:11:19 AM  
1 vote:

WelldeadLink: wax_on: Sadly this won't cause the guy to reflect on how his actions were wrong, it'll just drive him into more of a racist rage.

Racist?
"Everyone go report this illegal at my school bragging about breaking the law."


The student Paola is brown. She ain't from France.
2017-09-14 10:10:44 AM  
1 vote:

Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.


Snitches get expelled.
2017-09-14 09:58:14 AM  
1 vote:

Weaver95: I'll bet that trumper snowflake never expected he would be the one facing a backlash....wanna bet he's already been crying to his white power buddies how unfairly he's being treated?


This being modern America, he's probably gathering his team of plaintiff lawyers. We don't whine, we sue. Then we whine in court.
2017-09-14 09:58:13 AM  
1 vote:
There's an Order of Lenin for some lucky snitch Taylor Ragg. And a place to work on a Bot farm in the Exotic East..
2017-09-14 09:57:34 AM  
1 vote:

Foxxinnia: The university gave him the greatest lesson of all: don't be a farking narc.


Students paid to report social Justice inequalities

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/university-pays-students-to-be-social-j​u​stice-advocates/
2017-09-14 09:53:19 AM  
1 vote:

noitsnot: Lee Jackson Beauregard: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

College is where kids go to get indoctrinated by the far left.

It's weird that everybody wants that.  They pay money for it and everything.


It's amazing.  I went through college as a mostly conservative Republican.  Graduated about a decade ago.  It wasn't until Trump ran for President that the indoctrination from college finally kicked in.
2017-09-14 09:46:38 AM  
1 vote:

This text is now purple: Subtonic: Seriously though, Transylvania University??

It means "on the other side of the woods".


Okay.  But they should rename it, if only to save the staff and students from hearing the same tired jokes over and over.  ...something less menacing and hopeful, and without the latin... like 'Morning Wood University'.
2017-09-14 09:33:49 AM  
1 vote:

dantheman195: Lucky LaRue: You have to wonder how many tax-paying American parents can't get their kids into schools like this because of the seats taken up by illegal alien students.

Since when did liberals care about Americans? The average tax paying American can go pound sand because they are all "privilege" and white and racists who like Trump. See, that is how it works.

Why should the laws even matter? Hillary flaunted the laws, broke them and she is going around crying that she lost, but is making a ton of money selling a book about herself being a loser. Senator Menendez, the most corrupt politician in the senate, that is a low bar in itself, sadly, will probably get away with his corruption as well. But he will be easily be re-elected in the next cycle. Rule of law no longer applies, unless you are a hard working white tax paying American, then the rule of law will apply. Oh yea, don't forget to report the $800 you made on the side, or we will come after you like a thousand angry gods, ok peon?


He mad.
2017-09-14 07:24:37 AM  
1 vote:
Like a visit to a sleazy massage parlor, this had a happy ending...
2017-09-14 06:43:39 AM  
1 vote:
I bet they put "team player" on their resume.
 
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