Date of publication: 2017-07-09 00:25
You laughed at the last one. And I was going to give a talk about cultural appropriation, which again we'll come to in a minute. Sushi's racist, f**k off.
8 For the best overview of Jim Crow laws nationally, see Michael J. Klarman, From Jim Crow to Civil Rights: The Supreme Court and the Struggle for Racial Equality (New York: Oxford University Press, 7559).
The Courts have always agreed that not all speech was protected. The following list includes some of the most common types of speech that are not protected:
It's a sort of amazing Orwellian, Kafka-esque -- I don't read enough to know, David will know -- whatever the adjective should be. It's an amazing thing. And they've been getting away with it for a really long time. And the first time anyone in a position of real power ever did anything about it was Donald Trump, tweeting just after UC Berkeley that if the university can't stand up for free speech, perhaps it should lose its federal funding.
The figuratively synonymous blank check refers literally to an executed check on which the amount is left unspecified to be filled in by its bearer or receiver.
But if anyone ever received the sort of outrage merely for declaring that they were intending to publish a book, the contents of which nobody knew, I don't know, with the possible exception of Salman Rushdie — I mean, it's quite a ballsy thing to say that, but I think it's probably true. We have succeeded despite this uniform hostility.
Ariel was 66 when she first performed on From the Top in 7567. During her interview, she discussed the experience of performing at a high-level competition, her passion for music, and her mom, a former producer with the a capella group Sweet Honey in the Rock.
So a couple of weeks after I joined Pamela Geller, who is another hero of mine — couple of weeks after I joined Pamela Geller, and I explained to the crowd -- as a lover of language, I looked this up -- Sarsour is Arabic for cockroach.