You see businesses all the time with a sign that reads, “No shoes, no shirt, no service.” Isn’t that discriminatory against homosexuals? You know, the types that march around in gay pride parades with painted on clothes? What if one of them wanted to buy something at a store, and he or she was disallowed entry, because (s)he had no shirt on? Are those signs homophobic? When are those businesses going to come out of the dark ages and join us in the 21st century?
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Atheists spend so much time and energy trying to convince people that they’re not religious. They claim to abhor religion and want it completely eradicated.
So, part of their shtick is to file lawsuits to get nativity scenes dismantled or to get Ten Commandments displays taken down, on the basis that they represent violations of their sacred 1st Amendment rights. No government at any level is to have anything to do with any kind of religion, and particularly Christianity.
Never mind the fact Read more [...]
"The media's the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that's power. Because they control the minds of the masses." - Malcolm X
What happens if the narrative the leftist media has spun is dispelled? What happens then? When the spell has been broken, and the dust settles, will we return to sanity?
The incident in Ferguson is a difficult one to decipher. If Darren Wilson did in fact shoot Michael Brown without sufficient Read more [...]
Liberal Democrat and Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz is not happy with the recent indictment of Governor Rick Perry by Democrat lawyers in Texas.
"The two statutes under which he was indicted are reminiscent of the old Soviet Union — you know, abuse of authority. The idea of indicting him because he threatened to veto spending unless a district attorney who was caught drinking and driving resigned, that's not anything for a criminal indictment. That's a political issue."
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The legislative debate over a bill that would repeal Common Core began Monday in Ohio, commencing what will likely be the last of many fierce battles over the controversial education standards in 2014.
HB 597, if approved, would make Ohio the fifth state to reject Common Core after previously adopting it, following in the footsteps of Indiana, Oklahoma and the Carolinas. On Monday, legislators in the state house’s rules committee heard testimony from a variety of Common Core opponents.
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If the situation in Ferguson has done nothing else, it has highlighted the urgent necessity of holding the police accountable for their actions. It is very possible that Michael Brown tried to reach for a police officer’s gun during the altercation that resulted in his death. It is also possible that it didn’t go down like the police say. If only Ferguson police wore body cameras …
I think it is more likely that a scared police officer started to pull his own gun, was stopped by Brown in Read more [...]
One of the most consistent refrains of Tea Party politicians is that their political philosophy is the most consistent with the Founding Fathers. But some more astute observers of history are disputing this, saying that the Founding Fathers were politicians who crafted the Constitution on compromises—and that some of the Founding Fathers were more big-government than others:
There is, of course, a more broadly applicable lesson here. At any given moment in time, it always appears to be the case Read more [...]
Remember how Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has constantly criticized and attacked the Koch brothers for using their own money to help conservative Republican politics? Ethics charges were filed against Reid for his actions and statements concerning the Koch brothers.
Obviously in Reid’s mind, it’s not okay for conservative brothers to use their own money to support Republican politics, but it is okay for a liberal Democrat to use taxpayer money to support Democratic politics. I’m speaking Read more [...]
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"Mankind is divided into rich and poor, into property owners and exploited; and to abstract oneself from this fundamental division; and from the antagonism between poor and rich means abstracting oneself from fundamental facts." - Joseph Stalin
For those of you who haven't been paying attention, the MO of the Democratic Party is to divide, and conquer. The sole motivation behind their policies is to stretch their influence to its maximum expanse, and they do this by appealing to demographics. Read more [...]
I really wanted to be done writing about Ferguson. But look at the news. It’s saturated with it. Why is it national news? Unarmed people get shot and killed by police frequently, and those all remain local stories. What makes this situation any different? Why have the local police been ordered to stand down? Why have journalists been threatened by the police and instructed to leave? Why did the Ferguson Police Chief hand the reigns over to DHS?
Remember when the Ferguson mayor stated that many Read more [...]
Let’s take a break from the Ferguson riots and hear some good news for a change. In Arizona, a carjacker forced a female driver out of her car and threw her to the ground. A neighbor then attempted to stop the driver but the carjacker drove off. I know; it doesn’t sound good so far. But then, that neighbor’s husband ran out and shot at the fleeing carjacker several times, hitting the driver. The driver made it a few blocks away before running into a wall and a tree. He was taken to the hospital Read more [...]