• The truth is, that college students are merely emotional babies in big bodies. It is insanity to allow them to run the institutions that are supposed to be educating and training them. The danger in putting large numbers of infantile but highly intelligent people together and giving them the ad hoc authority to make rules for their betters should be obvious on its face.
    Here is a good source: The rational part of a teen’s brain isn’t fully developed and won’t be until he or she is 25 years old or so. In fact, recent research has found that adult and teen brains work differently. https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?ContentTypeID=1&ContentID=3051

  • Brett_McS

    Lynchburg is the place to be.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I assume you mean Lynchburg, Tn.
      I could not decide on the right pic.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I demand that Loretta Lynch be renamed to “defendant”.

    • Exile1981

      or how about lorreta grinch

      • simus1

        Dat beeatch got de snakes eyes bro.
        Don’ nevah tun yo back oh she sure have yo ass.

  • mauser 98

    …tell it to the King

    King Goodwill Zwelithini praised the apartheid era during an event in Nongoma at the weekend.
    “But then,” he continued, “came this so-called democracy in which black
    people are destroying the gains of the past. The economy that we are now
    burning down.”
    The king said history would judge black people harshly as they had failed to build on the successes of the Afrikaner regime.


  • terrence

    What a bunch of uninformed, SENSITIVE, ignoramuses.

    Here is web site that ranks last names in the good ol’ USofA


    LYNCH is identified by the U.S. Bureau of the Census as a surname with more than 100 occurrences in the United States for the year-2000 U.S. Census. In “Demographic Aspects of Surnames from Census 2000”, the Census Bureau tabulated the surnames of all people who had obtained Social Security Numbers by the year 2000.

    LYNCH ranks # 237 in terms of the most common surnames in America for 2000.

    LYNCH had 114,448 occurrences in the 2000 Census, according the U.S. government records.

    Out of a sample of 100,000 people in the United States, LYNCH would occur an average of 42.43 times.

    Race / ethnic origin

    The race categories shown in these files are the modified race categories used in the Census Bureau’s population estimates program. All people were categorized into six mutually exclusive racial and Hispanic origin groups: “White only”, “Black only”, “American Indian and Alaskan Native only”, “Asian and Pacific Islander only”, “Two or More Races”, and “Hispanic”.

    For the last name of LYNCH the Census Bureau reports the following race / ethnic origin breakdown:

    84.22 percent, or 96,388 total occurrences, were “Non-Hispanic White Only”

    11.23 percent, or 12,853 total occurrences, were “Non-Hispanic Black Only”

    Read more at http://names.mongabay.com/data/lh/LYNCH.html#kO6YS7ovQ7fmhjQJ.99

  • david

    Hey America. Wake up! These are your future leaders and politicians. When these little cupcakes gain positions of power America will become a warm and fuzzy place….and utterly rooted.

  • simus1

    Be vocal. Act yokel.
    Is the meme of today’s precious “Rot Kinder” marxist snowflakes.
    Poor Karl M would be mortified.

    Why don’t such imbecilic pests also demand that everyone with the offending surname also be forced to change it to something less triggering and, oh yes, contribute everything they own to “black reparations for slavery”.

  • Clink9

    If this world they were born to offends them, maybe they should try another.