A Challenge to the RGI

A Challenge to the RGI


I don’t ask that you in the RGI simply change your minds… only that you admit the obvious: that a reasonable case can be made that disagrees with your conclusions. And that not everyone who disagrees with you is a racist. Until you can do that, RGI your, racism, your bigotry, your narrow-minded pettiness, your prejudices, are the real obstacles to real solutions for the real problems of real people.  Continue reading A Challenge to the RGI

RGI Watch — Inaugural Edition! (11/4/18) — The RGI Shows Its Own Racism

RGI Watch — Inaugural Edition! (11/4/18) — The RGI Shows Its Own Racism


Here’s the interesting thing: In her play-acting as a “white girl,” the black girl unburdens herself of a bunch of racist codswallop about black people. In other words, she assumes that to get into character to play a white girl, she has to become a black-loathing racist. Gee, I wonder where she learned that! Could it be from the white-loathing, thoroughly racist RGI in which so many black Americans marinate 24/7/365?

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Not Everyone on the Left is Bad

Not Everyone on the Left is Bad


We have government programs — and agencies, departments, and bureaus. And none of them ever suffer from even the slightest budget cuts. We have higher taxes. And none of the problems they’re all supposed to eliminate have improved. After all, if government agencies, programs, departments and bureaus were actually designed to solve problems, then, well, problems would get solved. Simple as that. Continue reading Not Everyone on the Left is Bad

This Struck Me…

This Struck Me…


Consuming many media sources, learning to think critically, then combining numerous media sources with finely-honed critical thinking, to become ACTUALLY informed,” is a nice summary of “The Basic Responsibility of All American Citizens.” If all American citizens were to take this responsibility seriously, the Democrat Party’s electoral viability would evaporate overnight. Continue reading This Struck Me…