Confirmation Bias & Empire Building in the Long March

From the Firearms Policy Coalition:

ALERT: Senate Education Committee Passes Anti Gun Research Bill
Earlier today, the Senate Education Committee passed SB 1006, with the only no votes coming from the two Republican members.
The bill, authored by Senator Lois Wolk (D-Davis) seeks to establish the California Firearm Violence Research Center within the University of California (UC) system.

A couple of things struck me about this CA bill moving forward: ONE being that politically/agenda driven “Research Centers” are COMPLETELY unable to think freely (which is precisely the point); and TWO that State-Funded Institutions have a way of NEVER going away or diminishing as Administrators and Bureaucrats are incentivized to spend their budgets on personnel and empire-building since the “research” is a foregone conclusion anyway; and THREE, that what do you want to bet there will be some Fascist-Feminist Glaciation Expert telling the new California Firearm Violence Research Center Diversity Committee that they must inevitably produce an “educational” paper with the proper “People Of Color and the Feminist Perspective,” or else they will CERTAINLY be attacked by Social Justice Warriors.
Opposition is Here.

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3 thoughts on “Confirmation Bias & Empire Building in the Long March

  1. My dad’s side of the family came to the Golden State right after the Civil War. My mom was stationed in the Bay Area during WWII and after finishing college, came back to stay. So the roots and the legacy run fairly deep.
    Yet although the cost of living here is a nettlesome grind, it is the relentless attacks on and erosion of liberties that are most vexing. They seem bound and determined to run me out of the State.


  2. Signed the petition, for all the good it will do or has done in California over the past thirty years (I first moved there in 1991, left again in 1997 when I couldn’t stand it anymore).

    Notice the giant list of anti-gun bills also needing petitions signed. Petitions to outlaw guns without serial numbers being at the top of the list. What possible logical purpose does that serve? If it is not a gun that is required to be registered then why does it need a serial number? Oh wait. It is anti-gun California. Un-serialized guns are more deadly in the minds of the idiots who vote in the California government year after year.


    • They don’t call it the Stupidslature for nuthin’! The One-Party Progressive State has no ideological compass – or brakes, and nothing stops them from trying to out-stupid each other.


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