How to properly trash this article in a post in the Fray:
Start with a homespun heading that positions you as an authentic sensible sort who's had it to up to hear with these pencil-neck intellectuals and their wrongheaded notions: "Horse puckey" will do the trick, or "Horse feathers." Referencing a horse identifies you as old school. It doesn't have to make sense, of course. "Horse baloney!" will work fine. Now, on to the body of the post. First, attack the authors in a general sort of way. You can probably just paste in what you posted about the author of the last online article you disagreed with. Here's some handy boilerplate you can reuse often: "This is terrible advice. You obviously were never a kid and don't have any kids of your own. You should go back to Scandinavia or wherever you're from. It's 'experts' like you who are turning our kids into overprotected weaklings and cowards." Getting down to cases, throw a head-fake toward science—"Studies show that bullies are evil and bad, and evil people are cowards because of their badness"—and then go hard the other way, toward personal anecdote: "When I was a kid we had a foolproof method for dealing with a bully. My dad said, 'Either you go out there and stand up to him or I'll take a belt to your hide,' and I went out there and punched that bully right in the mouth. He never bothered me again. I'm pretty sure that's what happened, or maybe I'm just thinking of that awesome scene from Witness." Now, go for the big finish that pulls together all the threads: "That's the obvious and perfect method for dealing with the problem that every single person in the universe employed with complete satisfaction until people like you came along and ruined everything." A coda on the damage to the fiber, fabric, or backbone of our society wrought by seekyuler humaniss with advanced degrees is optional.