December 23rd, 2023
ANOTHER instance of plagiarism!

Oh wait. UD‘s mixing up stories.

December 22nd, 2023
You go first.

With each passing day it becomes ever more plausible that we should silence the law professoriate for the good of the nation. Yes I will accept my fate along with the rest.Adrian Vermeule


My Vermeule posts.

December 14th, 2023
Some like to recite the Shema. UD likes to recite this…

… and variations on it.

Giuliani is poised to get hit with a multimillion dollar ruling against him in D.C. over his baseless accusations of election fraud against two poll workers. After that civil trial concludes, he’ll turn around and begin preparing for a criminal trial in Atlanta, where he’s facing many of the same racketeering charges he once wielded as a federal prosecutor against mobsters in New York. And throughout it all, Giuliani has a long list of creditors, from former associates to contractors, who are also hounding him for money. For Giuliani, 2023 will likely end in penniless defeat. But 2024 could be even worse—it could actually end with him in prison... 2021 was the ruining of his professional reputation, with New York and the District of Columbia suspending his law license for spreading lies and his role in the Jan. 6 insurrection. This year exposed his financial ruin. Next year, it could be prison.

V’imru Amen.

December 6th, 2023
A Floridian comments.

“Mrs. Ziegler has not made Florida a better place. She is the face of the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ revolution … and has caused untold harm in our classrooms and in our communities. [Bridget Ziegler’s] role in demonizing members of the LGBTQ community is hurting the state, while she has apparently been a part of the letter B in that group. Bridget, you need to do what is best for the greater good. We live in a free Florida, not an autocratic pseudo-Christian dictatorship.”

December 6th, 2023

Lord Jesus approves of a digit

Inserted inside of Ms Bridget

But for non-Trumpy queers

His judgment’s severe:

Pull that thing away pronto, you idjit

December 5th, 2023
Doms for Libertines Chapter Leaves Organization.

The shtup-positive Zieglers have caused a Pennsylvania chapter of moms for whatever to find another path in life.

November 30th, 2023
How Even a Foundation


How even a foundation, O Gracious Lord Trump

Is spread on your face, with never a clump

O sweet Orange Jesus we name you with love

Our Lord and our Savior who rules from above

November 29th, 2023
Well I mean duh.

Ryan Fournier, one of the founders of Students for Trump, was arrested last Tuesday on assault charges in North Carolina … Fournier, 27, was accused of assaulting a woman identified as his girlfriend, “grabbing her right arm and striking her in the forehead” with a handgun

Isn’t something like this more or less a rite of passage for this super-Christian demographic? Along with fraud, driving over the speed limit, and drunk driving? (UPDATE: Plus threesomes and rape?) (Oh, I can hear it now: “Don’t judge us by our highest-profile leaders!”) UD’s gonna assume this latest thing happened cuz godly Fournier got hisself way fucked up one night and reached for the nearest household appliance.

November 29th, 2023
From a review of a book showcasing the thoughts of Harvard’s Adrian Vermeule.

The problem throughout this book, and I suspect most books about integralism suffer from the same problem, is that it is a sane analysis of madness. You make the same kind of marginal notes you do in other books — “strong argument,” “good point,” and “is this true?” — but then you put it down and wonder if you are still on planet Earth. 

… The integralists … are unhinged. 

The fact that they command a following is frightening …

It’s not really frightening, since jesus jackoffs are just, as the name has it, jacking off. They’re not doing anything.

But it’s certainly shocking that a masturbatory fantasist holds a responsible job at Harvard. Harvard even lets the guy loose in classrooms — though students are beginning to rebel against their lord and masturbator.

November 28th, 2023
Yet another victory for anti-theocrats.

Almost every time hijabis sue, they lose. UD can’t pretend to be unhappy about this; secular liberal states have the right to defend their secularity, and the highest European courts confirm this right again and again.

In a decision that holds for public sector offices across the EU, [a] Luxembourg-based court said a policy of strict neutrality “may be regarded as being objectively justified by a legitimate aim”.

… Tuesday’s decision echoed several rulings previously issued by the same court. In 2021 it ruled that private sector employers could limit the expression of religious, political or philosophical beliefs when there was a “genuine need” to “present a neutral image towards customers or to prevent social dispute”.

One year later it said that such bans do not constitute “direct discrimination” as long as they are applied equally to all employees.

What hijabis overlook is the reality of secular states, of which there are many all over the world, and particularly in Europe. (Given the absolutely massive rebellion against the hijab in Iran, it looks as though some secular states are laboring under the illusion that they’re religious.) The official, public-facing aspect of secular states ought, I’d argue, present religious neutrality as its basic identity. Outside of state services, a generally relaxed attitude toward religious garb should prevail, though even here there are nuances.

November 17th, 2023
“Football players shouldn’t be forced to get baptized to play football.”

Well, now… hold it right there. There’s a long tradition, in our most benighted states (West Virginia, Georgia), of public school teachers and coaches and hey even principals, marching all the kids off during school hours to Preacher Dimsdale in the auditorium or on the playing field. Dimsdale will dunk them in baptismal waters or instruct them to perform a group Jesus Wave — unless of course they want their dicks to shrivel, rot, and fall into the fires of hell FOREVER.

Separation of church and state? Coercion?

Who said coercion? How can it be coercion when you’re fifteen years old, dumb, and desperate to please your coach because all you want to do is play college ball? That sounds like informed consent to me.

But some malcontent heard tell bout Coach Dunkin’ and his wet ways and complained to the Freedom from Religion folks and uh oh.

November 13th, 2023
Every now and then, parochial schools try to convince us they’re not.

Yeshiva University a few years ago ran a lot of slick ads in the New York Times intended to attract a more cosmopolitan applicant pool. Notre Dame has long presented itself as a respectable liberal arts university. But something always happens to put parochial schools back in their places, and no one who watches these schools with any care should be surprised when they show their true colors.

As in: You really shouldn’t be surprised at evidence that important Notre Dame groups are trying to get rid of a professor who supports reproductive freedom. And that its administration has been outright hostile to the professor. Why do you think illiberalist Patrick Deneen left Georgetown for Notre Dame? He rightly identified the place as really, really Catholic.

November 10th, 2023
‘Opus Dei has about 90,000 members, a third of which are “numeraries” who are celibate for life and wear a cilice — a garter belt with spikes turned toward the skin — every day. (The group is often criticized as elitist, but you can find a “three link, 1mm gauge, full-leg metal cilice with metal fastener” on sale for an affordable $69.)’

As Opus Dei fan Rick Santorum rails against democracy and what he calls “sexy” issues like abortion, keep in mind that the super-funky BDSM his version of the faith boasts out-sexies anything ordinary people can come up with.

October 28th, 2023
‘Students, including a Jewish student who asked to leave but was not permitted to do so, were instructed to close their eyes and raise their arms in prayer, according to the lawsuit. The teens were asked to give their lives over to Jesus to find purpose and salvation. Students said they were told that those who did not follow the Bible would “face eternal torment.”‘

Welcome to the West Virginia public school system, where a high school principal forced all students to listen to a mentally retarded preacher while performing a mandatory Jesus Wave.

Guy probly knowd he shouldnt but the spirit of the Lord was too strong within him to resist offering escape from eternal torment TO EVERYONE. EVEN JEWS.

And you know what? Ifn he aint been fired he’ll do it again.


Even with this here lawsuit settlement, which institutes “a policy mandating annual religious freedom training” (LOL) and other shit like that, I’m figuring this principal – if he aint been fired – caint help hisself cuz ever time he looks at them poor Jews it just bout breaks his heart thinking of their organs dropping off into the fire.

October 25th, 2023
What Would Jesus Say?

[Jack] Smith’s investigators were keenly interested in questioning [Mark] Meadows about … whether Meadows actually believed some of the claims he included in a book he published after Trump left office — a book that promised to “correct the record” on Trump.

ABC News has identified several assertions in the book that appear to be contradicted by what Meadows allegedly told investigators behind closed doors.

According to Meadows’ book, the election was “stolen” and “rigged” with help from “allies in the liberal media,” who ignored “actual evidence of fraud, right there in plain sight for anyone to access and analyze.”

But, as described to ABC News, Meadows privately told Smith’s investigators that — to this day — he has yet to see any evidence of fraud that would have kept now-president Joe Biden from the White House, and he told them he agrees with a government assessment at the time that the 2020 presidential election was the most secure election in U.S. history.


Why are you a big ol’ liar, Mark? What would Jesus say?

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