Monday, May 27, 2013
Time to re-post this excellent editorial
Take the typical school yard bully for example.
The thing that keeps these bullies going is that no one resists them. No one is willing to fight back -- either by instantly reporting them to a teacher, or (taking matters boldly into their own hands) by punching them squarely in the nose. And experience has taught us that when you appease a bully, two things happen, both of them bad: the bully continues his dominance, and his bullying tends to become more frequent and extreme.
David Macaray: Labor Unions: America's Last Hope