Daily Dope: Proving Derp Never Peaks

More on Preet the Legal Prat for Mimesis Law.

Before United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York was disgraced by his subordinate’s handling of the Reason subpoena, his “legacy” as avenging angel of white collar crime had already been tainted by the Second Circuit’s reversal of insider trading charges against two hedge fund guys, Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson.

For those not following any criminal case without obvious blood, the circuit held that insider trading didn’t travel downstream, and that information that eventually found its way into people’s heads who weren’t party to the initial improper disclosure could not be found criminally liable.  It was both a huge decision, and a crushing blow for Preet Bharara, second only to being upstaged at Harvard Law School by Mindy Kaling.

/quietly turns woodchipper on.


Not that we needed Politifact to point out Harvey Birdman's (aka Obama) laughably ridiculous claim that mass shootings don't happen in advanced countries with such frequency.

As the statistics show, not only is that flat out not true (yes, I'm calling him a liar and an opportunist on the Charleston tragedy...and a commie just because) but the USA is not even the worst country!

Stats. Pft.

Read this chart.


Fall of the West reason 575474555696977979898989989889:

"Commenters, especially anonymous commenters, can get a little bit negative online. To say the least. But in the interest of promoting open discourse, places like the United States and the European Union have tended toward the idea that websites aren't responsible for the junk their commenters post. For example, Section 230 of the United States' Communications Decency Act says that a given entity isn't the "publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider."

Europe is what we call a shit hole when it comes to individual freedom of speech.

They're, quite frankly, frightening in their collectivist insanity.

If trends continue as they are, it'll be the case here.


Paper of record fooled by 16 year-old.

But I thought it was Fox who reported false stuff.

That’s right: the shooter of nine people was a “brony”—a male devotee of the children’s TV show.
The only problem? It was all a complete fabrication by Wareing, a British 16-year-old with a Hotmail email address who never met or communicated with Roof, he told Fusion today. He never found a Tumblr account belonging to Roof, and the My Little Pony detail was created out of thin air, he said.

The Times were too busy cumming on each other because they finally got their redneck hick killing black people spree after sooooo many years. They were dying to pin any weird stuff on the nut.


Support for gun rights on the rise, while death by firearms on a downward trend.

Not a good combo for the left-wing narrative.

Birdman and the gun grabbers has a sads.


People still listen to this doomsday gasbag Ehrlich?

He claims humans face mass exctinction. Maybe the moon rocks are placed a certain way?

The study - they're all studies - claim we're entering an extinction phase. So drink!

But will we reach peak derp before then?


Then again....


Website worth checking.

The Freeman.


"In 1798 Thomas Robert Malthus inaugurated a grand tradition of environmentalism with his best-selling pamphlet on population. Malthus argued with impeccable logic but distinctly peccable premises that since population tended to increase geometrically (1,2,4,8 ) and food supply to increase arithmetically (1,2,3,4 ), the starvation of Great Britain was inevitable and imminent. Almost everybody thought he was right. He was wrong.

In 1865 an influential book by Stanley Jevons argued with equally good logic and equally flawed premises that Britain would run out of coal in a few short years' time. In 1914, the United States Bureau of Mines predicted that American oil reserves would last ten years. In 1939 and again in 1951, the Department of the Interior said American oil would last 13 years. Wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong."

“Plenty of Gloom”, The economist Dec 18th 1997

"Ha,ha." The Commentator, June 2015.





Oh California. As pointed out in the last Daily. Didn't believe me, eh?

“America is the land of opportunity,” “There is only one race, the human race” and “I believe the most qualified person should get the job” are among a long list of alleged microaggressions faculty leaders of the University of California system have been instructed not to say."

Tomorrow's leaders and politicians folks. Be ready. It's gonna get ugly. Real ugly.

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