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Dear Jacob Dorman – Don’t let the door hit ya in the ass!

If you haven’t heard already (because the drama queen was very public about his decision, so people would ostensibly realize what a loss he was to the school) associate professor of history and American studies at the University of Kansas Jacob Dorman has tendered his resignation, because he got his mangina chafed at the state’s decision to allow concealed carry on campus. Because, you see, Dorman believes his cowardice, inability to control his bladder, and utter disdain for human rights should trump others’ right to defend himself. Additionally, Dorman believes other professors are just like him – pusillanimous dick brains, who apparently don’t understand this nation’s history, despite having taught it for a decade, as he reminds us in his resignation letter – will leave institutions of higher learning in droves.

In practical terms, concealed carry has proven to be a failure. Campus shootings have become all too frequent, and arming students has done nothing to quell active shooter situations because students do not have the training to effectively combat shooters and rightly fear becoming identified as suspects themselves.

It’s typical of a panty-shitting coward to start his claims with misleading information. He claims concealed carry has been a failure, which is a disingenuous assertion since most colleges and universities ban concealed carry on campus, and overall crime on college campuses, including those that allow concealed carry, is minuscule. In 2015 Texas became just the eighth state to allow concealed carry weapons on college campuses. Arkansas and Georgia in 2017 passed legislation to allow students and faculty to carry guns on college campuses. And given the misinformation vomited forth by Bloomberg-funded anti-rights groups about school shootings was debunked in 2014, Dorman’s claims are mendacious at best.

But maybe Dorman was claiming that concealed carry does not deter violence writ large. Could that be?

But beyond the fact that concealed carry does not deter gun violence, the citizens and elected representatives of Kansas must recognize that this is a small state, and in order to run a premier university, which is necessary for the health and wealth of the state, it must recruit professors from out of state.

Yep, that’s what Dorman is claiming, and that makes him look like a biased, uninformed douche tool, given the amount of evidence to the contrary. In fact, there have not been any problems with campus concealed carry in states that allow it. But hey, Dorman, don’t let that stop your froth-flecked histrionics! They’re effective kabuki theater for anyone ignorant enough about the issue and determined enough to fall for your hysterical rhetoric.

Fact is, Dorman thinks very highly of himself. He’s obviously quite the social justice warrior, as a student in his 300-level history class who rated Dorman only average, and noted, “I liked the course but I wish we had covered more and that it wasn’t focused only on race,” and he thinks that jamming the university full of progtards like himself is a desirable goal.

Recruiting the best trained professors necessarily means recruiting from coastal areas and progressive college towns where most people do not believe that randomly arming untrained students is a proper exercise of the Second Amendment’s protection of a well-regulated militia.

Boy, for someone who is supposed to be teaching history, Dorman is certainly illiterate and ignorant of what the Second Amendment actually says. I’ve referred to Roy Copperud – an acknowledged language expert – who definitively analyzed the text of the Second Amendment, and who shredded Dorman’s spurious claims, in multiple blog posts.

[Copperud:] “The words ‘A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state,’ contrary to the interpretation cited in your letter of July 26, 1991, constitutes a present participle, rather than a clause. It is used as an adjective, modifying ‘militia,’ which is followed by the main clause of the sentence (subject ‘the right’, verb ‘shall’). The to keep and bear arms is asserted as an essential for maintaining a militia.

[…]

[Schulman:] “(1) Can the sentence be interpreted to grant the right to keep and bear arms solely to ‘a well-regulated militia’?”

[Copperud:] “(1) The sentence does not restrict the right to keep and bear arms, nor does it state or imply possession of the right elsewhere or by others than the people; it simply makes a positive statement with respect to a right of the people.”

But maybe Dorman should take a grammar class before bloviating on the meaning of text he quite obviously does not comprehend, because this obviously illiterate fuck monkey is teaching impressionable students American history, when he has obvious issues even comprehending the Second Amendment to the Bill of Rights, and that’s just no bueno. Probably a good thing he’s bidding the university a fond farewell.

And I won’t even address the incredibly tone-deaf, arrogant, supercilious claim that the “best trained professors” only come from progtard ranks where everyone is as ignorant as he is on the meaning of 27 little words, written in plain English!

Moving on, Dorman engages in some interesting projection when it comes to students carrying firearms. As a matter of fact, he essentially denigrates and demeans anyone in his class who may choose to carry a tool of self defense as someone apt to use their firearm in anger, someone untrained, and someone not in control of their temper. Further, he degrades adults who choose to exercise their rights as people intolerant of others views, when numerous events over the past few years have shown exactly the opposite to be true. Remember Yale? Remember Mizzou? Remember TrigglyPuff? Remember Berkeley?

Moreover, we discuss sensitive and highly charged topics in my classroom, concerning anti-religious bias, racism, sexism, classism and many other indexes of oppression and discrimination. Students need to be able to express themselves respectfully and freely, and they cannot do so about heated topics if they know that fellow students are armed and that an argument could easily be lethal. Guns in the classroom will have a chilling effect on free speech and hinder the university’s mission to facilitate dialogue across lines of division. That stifling of dialogue will hurt all students, including the ones with guns in their pockets.

You know what has a “chilling effect” on free speech, you self-important, clue-deficient, bloviating, shit gurgler? The threat of being fired, expelled or otherwise sanctioned for expressing an opinion with which the leftist Snowflake brigade disagrees.

You know what has a “chilling effect” on free speech, you narcissistic assbag? The open and public effort to hire only “progressives,” to teach at universities while working to shut out any professor whose views you find disagreeable.

You know what has a “chilling effect” on free speech, you smug, insulated twat blister? Drowning out dissenting speech and threatening violence to silence speakers with whose views you may not agree!

Trained, responsible adults, who are known to have very low incidents of criminal activity carrying tools of self defense in your classrooms should be the least of your worries! But since you’re a quivering, flapping mangina, you’re solely focused on the presence of an “evil” tool which may or may not be present in your classroom (you’ll never know, asshat – much like you’ll never know if someone is illegally carrying a concealed firearm), rather than the environment in today’s colleges, which you help perpetuate, and which insulates students from dissenting views and allows you to publicly urinate on those with whom you disagree with impunity.

Kansas faces a very clear choice: does it want excellent universities with world class faculty, or does it want to create an exodus of faculty like myself who have options to teach in states that ban weapons in classrooms?

Yes, Kansas does face a very clear choice. Does it want professors on campus who, like Dorman, are intent on casting aspersions on the very students whose views claims to want to protect, but who obviously only cares about those views with which he happens to agree? Does it want professors who can’t even comprehend plain English (or alternately, intentionally misinterpret it to fit their views)?

Please, Dorman, take your options to teach elsewhere! Go away, and take your gaggle of insipid, cunt-chafed snowflakes with you!

You are the problem. You and your howling, perpetually outraged, spineless ilk are what stifles free speech on today’s campuses.

The University of Kansas should consider itself lucky to be rid of you.

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48 responses

    1. “Recruiting the best trained professors necessarily means recruiting from coastal areas and progressive college towns where most people do not believe that randomly arming untrained students is a proper exercise of the Second Amendment’s protection of a well-regulated militia.” ,
      So , 1 , This guy contends to speak for “Most” people from the entire coastal regions of the US and that all coastal towns are “progressive” & by default means all NON-coastal towns are Regressive ? Wow, nice broad paintbrush he has there …..
      & > Randomly arming ? ,, is the Univ handing out guns willy-nilly to students walking around campus ? Or is it an option to get get a concealed carry license ( which involves training, at least in Texas) & then purchase a self defense firearm ?
      Next , 2 > “Students need to be able to express themselves respectfully and freely, and they cannot do so about heated topics if they know that fellow students are armed and that an argument could easily be lethal.” >> Ummm ,,, does he truly think Responsible students (like ones that go through the rigamarole of obtaining CC) are going to pull their pistol and yell “Shut UP!!” at someone with a differing view during classroom dialogue ?? Great respect he has for his students . I have one word for this guy : JACKASS . Plz go to your next job where perhaps all students are only allowed crayons and pillows at school . THAT University would be a safe place for you .

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      1. Also padded walls. 🙂

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  1. Heh. As for “the clause”. The only way to tie personal gun ownership to militia membership the way they want to do, is to require that all adult people own and train with military weapons. As in… you don’t have a choice, bucko. A well regulated militia is *necessary* to the maintenance of a free state. You’ve no choice but to suck it up and buy yourself an AR-15 and get yourself “well regulated”.

    But our Constitution doesn’t work that way. The personal right to own arms may be supported by the necessity of a militia but the militia isn’t mandated and the ownership of personal firearms isn’t mandated but the right to own those weapons *must not* be infringed.

    And of course, on a totally different subject, if this guy is having conversations in his classrooms where it’s likely for students to become violently angry, we can sort of assume that those conversations are *not* respectful of the diversity of his students.

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    1. Gunny Mormon | Reply

      Actually Militia is mandated and explained in the US legal code. If you knew what you were talking about you’d have looked that up before opening your mouth and inserting your foot.

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    2. No, what it means is that the militia is the people themselves.

      “I ask, sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people, except for a few public officials.”
      — George Mason, in Debates in Virginia Convention on Ratification of the Constitution, Elliot, Vol. 3, June 16, 1788

      But our Constitution doesn’t work that way. The personal right to own arms may be supported by the necessity of a militia but the militia isn’t mandated and the ownership of personal firearms isn’t mandated but the right to own those weapons *must not* be infringed.

      Militia composition and classes.

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      1. I think his point was that the only way to (hypothetically) torture the 2A to mean what the liberals say it means is to make sure everyone has and trains with an AR, which of course is NOT the result they desire.

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      2. I’ve seen that Cornell reference before, but it took me a while to make sure it is current; yup, the legal definition of Miltia in the US has not changed: Section A, Part 246, in Chapter 12: http://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?path=/prelim@title10&edition=prelim

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  2. This quivering little blob of jelly couldn’t have worse timing – there was a knife attack last week at UT Austin – and the perpetrator was, by some reports (not on any of the mainstream non-fake-news outlets) discouraged from continuing to slash and stab by a CC license holder, before being restrained by a university PD officer and local officers.

    It probably also has escaped this little turd that CC holders do have to take a class, and put in range time … and that firearms-owning people like my daughter have been extensively trained by the finest instructors the USMC offers.

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    1. And UT was also the site of massive pissy protests against campus carry. Surely you heard of “Cocks not Glocks”? carry a dildo not a gun.
      How’d that work out for them?

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      1. Wasn’t it ’round there they also had ‘flex your muscles’ instead of self-defense shooting or something equally stupid?

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        1. 11B-Mailclerk

          Right! Because any 110 pound coed has the right to flex her muscles to defend herself against some 250 pound half-drunken thug that ambushes her in a dark walkway.

          Sheeeeshhh….

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    2. Celia, my darling, you forgot that the progs don’t like those patriarchal facts! It’s only feels that matter!

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  3. This Kansan is delighted that his tax dollars will no longer be flowing into that in-duh-vidual’s pocket.

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    1. I love how he really thinks he and his ilk are what make universities great! What a dolt!

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    2. The downside, of course, is that some of your tax dollars did do so in the past.

      I can’t be too smug about that however as Colorado has its own supply of such people. A mother lode of them in fact.

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  4. BillyBob Texas | Reply

    BUH-BYE…..and don’t EVER even think about calling 911. Just talk to the badguy and convince him/her that their ‘feelings’ need adjusting – and volunteer to help them, and everything will be ‘all better’…..

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  5. As my grandfather, a Montana cattle rancher, was wont to say: “When the wolves come through the doors and windows, you will find him under the bed with the children.” For guys like him, keeping us safe and free is always someone else’s job.

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  6. 11B-Mailclerk | Reply

    Hmmm…

    If -concealed- carry will drive out some of the more dense Tranzi professors, would encouraging -open- carry drive out the rest?

    Will future gun-culture folks say “..and Sam Colt made all people -equal-. … He also fixed our University system by driving out the moonbats.”

    A man can dream, right?

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  7. Brain bleach please – I read some of the comments on the original page.

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    1. Haven’t you learned yet? NEVER read the comments! EVER!

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      1. *hangs head* You would think that I would have learned that by now.

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      2. Someday, future anthropologists will mine news site and YouTube comments for data.

        Their conclusions, shaped by whatever society they grew up in, are likely to be… interesting.

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        1. If said future anthropologists are living in a dystopia such as we see in so many movies, they’ll know who to blame. Those, like this professor, will be the subject of new history lessons so as not to repeat history and used as boogiemen to make kids go to sleep.

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  8. and his poor little brain desperately tries to disconnect the shootings at colleges with where CCW is allowed, because it would break his po lil brain.

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  9. He’s a fascist coward.

    But to be fair, he IS responding to comments at his blog-screed.

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    1. Oh, and I posted the link to this analysis there. For the education of the mentally impoverished there….

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      1. OH, Fuck. Should I expect an influx of retards?

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        1. Think of them as … target practice. Or as chew-toys. At Chicagoboyz, all we have now is our usual long-time Canadian… (or at least, he SAYS he is Canadian – Oh, Poor Cana-duh!) and he is predictable, dry and useless.

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        2. Uhhh…. crap, I didn’t even think about that, so sorry. I was entirely focused on getting some Truth spread to counter the lies there.

          I really need to ask before doing that….. I will probably owe you many beers and whiskies…..

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        3. LOL no worries. 🙂

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        4. You might not have to worry, he seems to be censoring the comments I put the link in….

          Did I mention “Fascist coward”?

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    2. And lies repeatedly.

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  10. Moreover, we discuss sensitive and highly charged topics in my classroom, concerning anti-religious bias, racism, sexism, classism and many other indexes of oppression and discrimination. Students need to be able to express themselves respectfully and freely, and they cannot do so about heated topics if they know that fellow students are armed and that an argument could easily be lethal. Guns in the classroom will have a chilling effect on free speech and hinder the university’s mission to facilitate dialogue across lines of division. That stifling of dialogue will hurt all students, including the ones with guns in their pockets.

    Allow me to translate:

    Moreover we engage in mandated two minute hate sessions where we pick on Christians, whites, males and people who have been taught to work not just look for a hand out. Students need to be able to vent their insults without fear of having some member of the group being bullied responding and they won’t want to do that of they fear their victims are armed. Guns in the classroom will ensure manners and logical debate which will hinder the university’s mission to brainwash students into finding divisions anywhere they look. That improvement in manners will doom our plan but help all students, including the ones with guns in their pockets.

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  11. “illiterate fuck monkey”

    I’m stealin’ that.

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    1. “shit gurgler”, “twat blister”, etc. There’s a veritable smorgasbord of descriptors I’ve stolen from Nicki.

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      1. Also “shitweasel.”

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  12. So if people are carrying concealed, how would this spineless, nutless wonder know who was armed?

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  13. Since 1950 there have been only 2 Mass Shootings that were NOT in Gun Free Zones.
    Leads me to think Gun Free Zones are not working

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    1. I try to avoid Gun Free Zones.

      Now if someone were to set up a Free Gun Zone, I’d be all over it.

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  14. […] what Nicki had to say about this over at the Liberty Zone. She’s linked to some data that puts the lie to some of Dorman’s allegations. Check it […]

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  15. I haven’t read all the comments. Has anyone said, “Bye, Felicia!” yet?

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  16. Wanna bet that this shiteating turdweasel was TOTALLY FINE with what happened in Berkeley and with Trigglypuff, and other examples of silencing opinions and views that Progtards are against? I would NOT be surprised.

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    1. 11B-Mailclerk | Reply

      The do tend to rationalize with gems like “Your Speech is Violence and my Violence is Speech”.

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  17. I love that he thinks there will be an exodus of like-minded professors. Looks like University of Kansas is dodging a bullet with his exodus.

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  18. One more communist out of the university, that sounds like a good thing to me. These ivory tower types blow my mind.

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