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Posted on September 4 at 10:11 a.m.

I've sat in her courtroom and witnessed her turn a blind eye to overwhelming evidence,documentation and testimony of law enforcement to rule in favor of someone in what clearly appeared to be based on skin color and surname.

It does not get more problematic when you have a sworn duty to uphold the laws and be objective BUT outwardly profess and exercise such a racist bias.

I agree with JarvisJarivis in that this is inappropriate and unprofessional. We can and should do better with our choice of Judges.

On Big Changes on Bench

Posted on August 18 at 8:15 p.m.

"Professor Eileen Boris wrote of the video footage: “If she appears smiling on camera, she is ‘wearing the mask,’ that is, she is hiding her actual state through a strategy of self-presentation that is a cultural legacy of slavery.”

Geez ... and to imagine that people pay good money to listen to this kind of "mumbo jumbo" from clowns like this !!!

I'm with you Bill Clausen: the elite club of academentia is too often so blatantly out of touch with how the peons of our community scratch out a living. In this case though the judge was not fooled by this so called "wearing of the mask"

On UCSB Professor Sentenced to Probation, Community Service in Theft, Battery Case

Posted on July 24 at 2:12 p.m.

Apparently Judge Brian Hill did not find the shorts culpable.... sorry about that Ken :)

I'd like to hear what the University will say about the good professor, ie what punishment they might dole out ? This should certainly tarnish her career.

Regarding "Trigger Warnings" My understanding is that The Academic Senate rejected the idea out right as imposing on their academic freedom.

On UCSB Professor Pleads No Contest in Theft, Battery Case

Posted on July 24 at 2:01 p.m.

ahhhh....Santa Barbara's very own " Borat "...

who BTW I'm sure is a very nice person.

One difference is Borat does NOT appear to take himself seriously... :)

On John Palminteri

Posted on July 10 at 2:09 p.m.

It's so sad, and frankly not surprising, that people ( you can apply this to whomever ) feel so compelled to label any critic of Feminism/Feminist studies as a bigot, anti intellectual, misogynist, denigrating to women etc etc.

Instead of engaging in a discussion where facts and logic, history, human nature and even biology are involved just discrediting the speaker with a label seems to be the norm. Sadly this tactic HAS been effective in stopping people from speaking, and in some cases cost them their livelihood. Josef Goebbels would be proud.

You would think that "Feminist Studies" would welcome critic, as it is in this way that your cause is strengthened by weathering outside examination and scrutiny. In many cases the fact that you attack logical examination to me is sign that maybe your beliefs and cause is not all that strong ?

I recently heard ( from a professor who was on the committee to review the Feminist study program at UCSB for accrediting purposes ) that it became clear to them that when the term "critical thinking" was used in this program, that it is, unlike in most academic disciplines, meant to mean critical of White Males and the Patriarchy. Imagine that ! So you by definition have a study/discipline that from the start has a bias in what outcome will be derived from it's work. To me this IS troubling and says a lot about the legitimacy (or lack of in the program )

But then what do I know, I'm just an anti-intellectual misogynist bigot.

On First UCSB PhD in Feminist Studies

Posted on July 7 at 3:22 p.m.

And before you take KV's endorsement too seriously I'd highly encourage one to have a look at:

"Professing Feminism: Education and Indoctrination in Women's Studies" by Daphne Patai it can be found at:

On First UCSB PhD in Feminist Studies

Posted on June 4 at 10:01 p.m.

Though Elliot Rodger killed two more men than women on his deadly rampage, the mass murder has been interpreted by many as a misogynistic act because feminist ( gender bigots ) will not miss any opportunity to further their cause.

On Mass Murder Spawns Talk About Treatment of Women

Posted on May 24 at 6:04 p.m.

"The similarities abound between I.V.’s murderous madmen, so could anything have been done?"

Nothing like vultures picking on a carcass before it can even be buried... shame on you Nick Welsh !!!

On Isla Vista Shooting: Echoes of David Attias

Posted on May 14 at 7:18 p.m.

"The technology of photos, movies, and the internet have been interwoven with the respective technological advances."

Ha So profound !... Sounds like more academic "mumbo jumbo" regurgitated by so many liberal arts clowns who know so little about the internet/computing and less about the technology of image making... Dover Sharp you are really trying too hard, but not fooling me for one.. :)

The Harvard lampoon big book of college life had it right when they referred to "academia as faking it in a bold and aggressive way"

On Speech Is Free, Sometimes

Posted on May 7 at 7:08 p.m.

Folks, I just thought of a brilliant idea !

And, in honor of MrsDoverSharpe, who has inspired it with her illumination of the merits of faculty enforcement of campus policies, I propose we call it the "doversharpe plan".

It goes like this:

Lay-off the law enforcement officers on campus ( UCPD ) and enlist faculty members to dedicate several hours a week each to policing the campus. And to create an incentive, tie this policing duty to the tenure process. Faculty will gain tenure points based on their ability to police the campus, you know illegal posters, pesky skate boarders, right wing agitators etc.

BUT, most importantly is catching ( and stopping ) any right wing or conservative points of view, or speech, on campus, anyone who might contradict a professors work, such as anyone against illegal immigration, pro Israel, anti abortion or anti affirmative action. You get the idea, all the " just causes " Extra bonus points could be given for events where real evil sneaks in , the likes of David Horowitz, Condolizza Rice or any Bush era criminals, and don't forget the Ex Mozilla CEO.

UCSB can save a substantial amount of money with the doversharpe plan. This money in turn can then be given to those poor and needy, BUT Highly deserving, departments where cutting edge scholarship and research is going on, you know Chicano studies, Feminist studies, Education, and maybe even establish a pornostudies major.

I'm pretty sure faculty will all jump at the chance to do their part, AND Chancellor Yang and Faculty enforcers can come out looking like heroes !

Thank you MrsDoverSharpe for inspiring this innovative, tolerant, sound and cost saving idea !

You ARE a genius !

On Speech Is Free, Sometimes

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