Discrimination? Female Police Officers Sue Department, Because They Couldn’t Pass Fitness Test

They say they want equality, but when they’re treated as everyone else is, they get offended. So offended that when they couldn’t pass the fitness test, they actually thought the department was out to get them. They were obviously trying to get rid of the older female officers. At least that’s what the officers and their attorney believe. Twenty five out of over 600 officers in the Colorado Springs Police Department didn’t quite pass muster in their physical fitness test, which required Read more […]

VICTORY: FDNY Passes Female Candidate Who Failed Rudimentary Strength Tests!

Thrilling news coming out of New York. According to the New York Post, a female FDNY candidate who failed to pass the most rudimentary physical tests demanded by department training has been added to the ranks of the FDNY. The New York Post reports what insiders have told them: “Choeurlyne Doirin-Holder, 39, never achieved a passing score of 17 minutes and 50 seconds on the Functional Skills Test, a course of job-related tasks in full gear such as stretching hoses and dragging dummies, according Read more […]

Woman Shoots and Kills Home Intruder

This is the second time in just two years that this woman homeowner had to use her gun on a home intruder. In June of 2013, two teenagers broke into her Dayton, Ohio home, and she shot and killed one of them before she called 911. This time, just a few days ago around 3 in the morning, 22-year-old DeBrandon Dickerson tried breaking in through the kitchen window of her house, but the homeowner had barred the windows up following a break-in the week before. The intruder then climbed on the roof Read more […]

Men’s Barbershop Fined $750 for Not Cutting a Woman’s Hair

The men’s barbershop in Washington, Pennsylvania referred the woman elsewhere and even offered to pay for her haircut because of the inconvenience of not being able to serve her. Now, they’re getting slapped with a $750 fine by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs for gender discrimination. The Associated Press reported: [Barbiere] Owner John Interval tells the (Washington) Observer-Reporter the fine “infringes” on his shop’s environment. […] The female Read more […]

Lawyer: Same-Sex Couples Have “Right to Reproduce”

Homosexual couples might have a right to reproduce about as much as they have a right to grow wings and fly to the moon. Someone needs to inform this attorney that homosexual couples, despite their presumed “rights,” cannot reproduce. They don’t have the ability. Saying that they do makes no rational, scientific or biological sense. I wonder why this lawyer hates science so much. From CNS News: The attorney who argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2003 in favor of striking down the sodomy Read more […]

RFRAs, Discrimination, and Equality

A religious freedom bill movement is sweeping the nation in an attempt to protect the free exercise of religion against liberal bullying. And it too is coming up against liberal bullying. Tim Cook is the latest person to argue against religious freedom restoration acts (RFRAs), but he’s not alone. Some cities and states are mulling over whether to boycott RFRA states either politically or economically. It’s sort of a pre-discrimination discrimination policy. A “How do you like it when it happens Read more […]

How The Liberals Stole Tolerance

“In the practice of tolerance, one’s enemy is the best teacher.” – Dalai Lama Once upon a time, America was a nation of tolerance. We were a nation that had evolved enough to know our differences were not to be used as weapons. Sure, we had many political disagreements, disagreements about the very nature of our humanity, but those differences did not lead to hatred. These differences lead to a healthy and robust debate. Ha! Gotcha! None of that ever happened. We’ve always used our differences as Read more […]

Holder: Unfair That Black School Kids Punished More Than Whites

From AP: The Obama administration is urging schools to abandon overly zealous discipline policies that civil rights advocates have long said lead to a school-to-prison pipeline that discriminates against minority students. That they’ve “long said” this means they’ve long been blind. The official disciplinary policies of schools do not discriminate. Are some teachers and principals discriminating? Perhaps they are, perhaps they aren’t. Attorney General Eric Holder blames zero-tolerance policies, Read more […]

45% of Women Fail Marine Strength Test

“Truth is often hard to swallow, so we rest in comfortable lies and delusions.” – Dorothy Anne Seese Equality or strength? Which do we choose if and when those two qualities are mutually exclusive? I suppose it depends on the situation. How about I raise the stakes? Choosing equality may kill you, while choosing strength may save your life. That’s much easier, or so it seems. But what if society is pushing one over the other? That’s exactly what’s happening in our military today. According Read more […]

Why The Left Loves & Needs Affirmative Action

Clearance Thomas said: “I don’t believe in quotas. America was founded on a philosophy of individual rights, not group rights.” If someone told you that over the course of your entire life, someone was helping you out; that you were being systematically lifted up; how would you feel? Would you be glad for the help, or would you be upset? I suppose that all depends on the circumstances of the situation. Let’s get more specific. What if you found out that all of your grades–high school Read more […]

Christian “Patriarchy” Is Not The Source Of “Rape Culture”

I was reading this horrific story about the rapes and the subsequent bullying justifications when I ran across a quotation that completely creeped me out: “‘Victims have always been blamed. People who have experienced sexual violence know this isn’t a new phenomenon,’ says Anna Doroghazi, director of public policy and communication at Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services. Social media is just a window into the victim experience, she says. ‘We’re suddenly all privy to it,’ Doroghazi Read more […]

Institutionalized Racism? Maybe, But Certainly Not Against Blacks

On my own personal website I received a message from a young black woman. She said to me, “I just want to let you know that if you deny that POC are disproportional disadvantaged and are subject to wide spread institutionalized racism then what you’re really saying is that the reason black people are more likely to be poor imprisoned, uneducated etc. is because they are just naturally like that. It has to be or the other. Of course the latter is an inherently racist stance. Thus you are a racist. Read more […]