When Snowflakes Melt

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When Snowflakes Melt

By A.P. Dil­lon

There are a lot of sto­ries run­ning about the lat­est GOP debate, this is not one of them. Well, not really. I want to talk about when snowflakes melt.

Every­one knows snowflakes melt. Tem­per­a­tures change and ice turns to water. This is a basic truth. Even the lit­tlest child knows this — most expe­ri­ence it first hand when they catch one on their tongue.

At the debate this week, we saw two snowflakes melt by their own words. We’ve been told no two snowflakes are the same, yet these two can­di­dates dis­prove that notion. This debate proved that John Kasich and Jeb Bush’s time in this elec­tion cycle snow flurry is over. They melted.

Switch­ing gears slightly, melt­ing is what is going on in Mis­souri and at Yale. Snowflakes of another kind are find­ing out their own spe­cial ‘truth’ is melt­ing, yet the stu­dents at these insti­tu­tions seem unaware they are the ones actu­ally respon­si­ble for their own melting.

As these spe­cial stu­dent snowflakes melt, what is left is a pud­dle that exposes what they were made up of. So far, that’s been unsub­stan­ti­ated claims of ‘poop swastiksa’ and false state­ments about the KKK.

News­flash: There is no ‘safe space’ for snowflakes. They fall from the sky, land and melt.

I’d like to quote a bit from Pro­fes­sor Mike Adams, a crim­i­nol­ogy pro­fes­sor at UNC Wilm­ing­ton. Adams employs real­ity as a heat source to aspir­ing new snowflakes.

Let’s get some­thing straight right now. You have no right to be unof­fended. You have a right to be offended with reg­u­lar­ity. It is the price you pay for liv­ing in a free soci­ety. If you don’t under­stand that you are con­fused and dan­ger­ously so.“
– Mike Adams via Town­hall, Get Out of My Class and Leave America

Do read the whole thing.

I’ve printed it out to read to my chil­dren when they are older. Some might call that extreme or an over­re­ac­tion, but I don’t. Given the increas­ing trend of social issues being pro­moted over actual aca­d­e­mics in our K-​12 sys­tem right now cou­pled with the Democ­rats actu­ally run­ning cam­paigns on social issues, it would be fool­ish to think the spe­cial snowflake show­ers are going away any­time soon.

DM7 small LL1885A.P. Dil­lon resides in the Tri­an­gle area of North Car­olina and is the founder of LadyLib​er​ty1885​.com.
Her cur­rent and past writ­ing can also be found at IJ Review, Stop​Com​mon​CoreNC​.org, Heart​land​.org and Watch­dog Wire NC.
Catch her on Twit­ter: @LadyLiberty1885

By A.P. Dillon

There are a lot of stories running about the latest GOP debate, this is not one of them. Well, not really.  I want to talk about when snowflakes melt.

Everyone knows snowflakes melt. Temperatures change and ice turns to water. This is a basic truth. Even the littlest child knows this – most experience it first hand when they catch one on their tongue.

At the debate this week, we saw two snowflakes melt by their own words. We’ve been told no two snowflakes are the same, yet these two candidates disprove that notion. This debate proved that John Kasich and Jeb Bush’s time in this election cycle snow flurry is over. They melted.

Switching gears slightly, melting is what is going on in Missouri and at Yale. Snowflakes of another kind are finding out their own special ‘truth’ is melting, yet the students at these institutions seem unaware they are the ones actually responsible for their own melting.

As these special student snowflakes melt, what is left is a puddle that exposes what they were made up of. So far, that’s been unsubstantiated claims of ‘poop swastiksa’ and false statements about the KKK.

Newsflash: There is no ‘safe space’ for snowflakes. They fall from the sky, land and melt.

I’d like to quote a bit from Professor Mike Adams, a criminology professor at UNC Wilmington.  Adams employs reality as a heat source to aspiring new snowflakes.

“Let’s get something straight right now. You have no right to be unoffended. You have a right to be offended with regularity. It is the price you pay for living in a free society. If you don’t understand that you are confused and dangerously so.”
– Mike Adams via Townhall, Get Out of  My Class and Leave America

Do read the whole thing.

I’ve printed it out to read to my children when they are older. Some might call that extreme or an overreaction, but I don’t. Given the increasing trend of social issues being promoted over actual academics in our K-12 system right now coupled with the Democrats actually running campaigns on social issues,  it would be foolish to think the special snowflake showers are going away anytime soon.

DM7 small LL1885A.P. Dillon resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina and is the founder of LadyLiberty1885.com.
Her current and past writing can also be found at IJ Review, StopCommonCoreNC.org, Heartland.org and Watchdog Wire NC.
Catch her on Twitter: @LadyLiberty1885