Just as I don’t want a shoe salesman anywhere near my brain surgery, so NFL players should stay as far away as they possible can from pronouncing themselves on politics. Continue reading NFL Players Are Going to Address “Social Justice Issues”
When the Race Grievance Industry can’t produce any argumentation to counter what you might say to them, they simply shut you up Continue reading More RGI Censorship
Go ahead: Define “White Supremacy.” Since you use the term, you should be able to show me thousands of incidents, situations, circumstances where white people are in some way “supreme.” My mind is wide open, and I’m ready, willing and able to examine all the THOUSANDS of clear, concrete examples of all the terrible things that people who look like me are doing to people who don’t look like me. Continue reading A Challenge to the “White Supremacy” Protesters
A friend of this blog called me and suggested that we post, as its own post, one of my responses … Continue reading Fed Up (Part II)
If the Left were deprived of their major vanity — the obviously fraudulent notion that THEY know who, how and what YOU are better than YOU know it — then they’d lose ALL their arguments. Think of it: how many of the Left’s arguments are entirely dependent on the notion that those who oppose their ideas are simply bad people? Continue reading One of the Left’s Biggest Frauds: Telling YOU All About… You
8/14/17 Bottom Line: The media get it wrong every time because: (1) they’re stupid. (2) Because, they get every politically-oriented … Continue reading Charlottesville: You HAD to Know the Media Would Get it Wrong; Moronically, Idiotically, Brainlessly Wrong
Far as I can tell, NPR has nearly completely ignored the story of rampant child abuse and rape in Rotherham, England. They did do two stories, in which two words were notably absent: “islam,” and “muslim.” I wonder why that is. Remember what we’ve said numerous times in these pages: You ALWAYS come out of any session with NPR “news” less informed than when you go in. Continue reading NPR Watch (7/19/17) — Did NPR Check To See Whether Rapes Were Okay?