Monday, March 30, 2015

#I Stand With Jamie

Jamie Foxx, that is. Certain citizens of the land of the 1st Amendment are hyperventilating over a joke Foxx told last night at the iHeartRadio Music Awards:

Foxx, the actor and musician who won an Oscar for his portrayal of Ray Charles, hosted the second annual awards show in Los Angeles.

"We got some groundbreaking performances, here too, tonight," Foxx said. "We got Bruce Jenner, who will be doing some musical performances. He's doing a his-and-her duet all by himself."
The CNN report tells us that all right-thinking Americans are outraged, yes, outraged! Which goes to show that these hair-trigger watchdogs of accepted thought not only despise free speech, but have no sense of humor. Get a life.

Who says the age of heroes is past?

Charles Johnson, the chief upholder of all right and proper thought at Little Green Footballs, gushes over Apple CEO Tim Cook for condemning State "Religious Freedom" laws. Says Johnson: "Apple CEO Tim Cook drops the mic at the Washington Post. It’s rare to see the head of a massive corporation put himself on the line like this; good on ya, Tim." Johnson quotes Cook's statement:

Tim Cook: Pro-Discrimination ‘Religious Freedom’ Laws Are Dangerous.

A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to discriminate against their neighbors. Some, such as the bill enacted in Indiana last week that drew a national outcry and one passed in Arkansas, say individuals can cite their personal religious beliefs to refuse service to a customer or resist a state nondiscrimination law.

Others are more transparent in their effort to discriminate. Legislation being considered in Texas would strip the salaries and pensions of clerks who issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples — even if the Supreme Court strikes down Texas’ marriage ban later this year. In total, there are nearly 100 bills designed to enshrine discrimination in state law.

I remember what it was like to grow up in the South in the 1960s and 1970s. Discrimination isn’t something that’s easy to oppose. It doesn’t always stare you in the face. It moves in the shadows. And sometimes it shrouds itself within the very laws meant to protect us.

Our message, to people around the country and around the world, is this: Apple is open. Open to everyone, regardless of where they come from, what they look like, how they worship or who they love. Regardless of what the law might allow in Indiana or Arkansas, we will never tolerate discrimination.
So -- the powerful and wealthy CEO of a global corporation parrots the opinions of the US Justice Department, the media, and academia, and THAT'S putting "himself on the line"?

I'm so old, I remember when heroes stood up against big government and the mob. My, how times have changed.

What this country needs is a military dictatorship


 Can you imagine the reaction at Huffington Post, CNN, and all the other liberal media if someone on the right called for nullifying elections and establishing military rule? But that's exactly what the left is clamoring for these days. William Barber,the president of the North Carolina NAACP, announced his support in 2008 and in 2015 for a Third Reconstruction.

He's not alone. The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture recently hosted a panel discussion featuring Eric Foner, Darryl Pinckney, Mychal Denzel Smith, Isabel Wilkerson and Patricia J. Williams. You can watch the video, or just read a summary of what they advocate in an article featured by The Nation entitled Toward a Third Reconstruction. They agree that nothing less will advance the civil rights revolution.

And the New York Times recently published Eric Foner's argument that a Third Reconstruction is needed to promote what he calls "political and economic democracy." If you're wondering what Foner means by that term, he means communism, as Tom DiLorenzo has noted:
Indeed, Foner is such an apologist for Soviet communism that he opposed the breakup of the Soviet Union and, naturally, invoked Abraham Lincoln as his reason. He railed against the secession movements in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia in the early 1990s and urged Gorbachev to deal with them in the same manner that Lincoln dealt with the Southern secessionists.
In an editorial in the February 11, 1991 issue of The Nation magazine entitled "Lincoln's Lesson," Foner called the breakup of the Soviet Union, which at the time was being wildly cheered by freedom lovers everywhere, as "a crisis" that threatened the "laudable goal" of creating a system that demanded "overarching loyalty to the Soviet Union" while at the same time allowing separate republics to exist. No "leader of a powerful nation," Foner wrote, should allow such a thing as "the dismemberment of the Soviet Union." 
 He concluded that "The Civil War was a central step in the consolidation of national authority in the United States," which he of course views as a great event. One cannot adopt socialism – in the United States or anywhere else – without a highly centralized, monopolistic government. "The Union, Lincoln passionately believed, was a permanent government . . . and . . . Gorbachev would surely agree." 

 Of course, there's no need to worry that such a thing could happen -- after all, it's not like the US military is occupying American cities.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

The Campus Rape Epidemic that Does Not Exist

The media mindlessly echoes the feminist claim that one in five women will be sexually assaulted on campuses. Heather Mac Donald scrutinizes the numbers:
Detroit is America’s most violent city. Its violent crime rate for all four violent felonies—that’s rape, murder, aggravated assault, and robbery—is 2%. Its rape rate is 0.05%. A 20% crime rate for any crime, much less one as serious as rape, is virtually unheard of. Not even in Africa’s most brutal civil wars has anything been experienced in human history like a 20% crime rate. And yet despite a rape rate that is allegedly 400 times that of Detroit’s, sophisticated, highly educated baby boomer mothers are beating down the doors of campuses to try to get their daughters in....

If the rape epidemic was going on as claimed, we wouldn’t merely have rape administration Title IX bureaucracy sprouting up on campuses because there would be no more campuses. You would have had a massive exodus of girls from college campuses years ago, and a demand to create actually safe environments for student learning. Why hasn’t that happened? Because the campus rape epidemic does not exist.
Reality is the best cure for leftist fantasies. Yet look what happened to Jeremiah True, who was kicked out of class at Reed College in Oregon because he questioned those same bogus statistics. Force and fraud are all leftists have, but they keep getting their way because they're not ashamed to use those weapons.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

At Least 1.3 Million Lives Lost to US-Led War on Terror

That's the conservative estimate from Physicians for Social Responsibility. There's simply no doubt more have died because the study does not include DC's undeclared wars in Yemen, Somalia, Libya, or Syria. Also, deaths among the 3 million Iraqi refugees displaced by the US invasion could not be counted, either.

Keep those numbers in mind the next time some airhead leftist or Neocon yaps about DC's noble crusades to liberate the oppressed at home and abroad. In fact, the DC War Machine uses pretty lies to justify the consolidation and expansion of its power. These "crusades" fatten the politically connected while spreading death and misery. USA! USA!

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Message to Americans: Resistance is Futile

The oh-so-politically correct Charlotte Observer just published an op-ed by two members of the Charlotte Immigration Integration Task Force. Stefan Latorre and Emily Zimmern co-authored the piece, entitled Charlotte, start now integrating immigrants. The message is direct: The Charlotte region is undergoing "seismic demographic shifts" which "translate into a time of dramatic change."

Can't argue that point -- history is full of examples of the dramatic changes resulting from demographic shifts, including Lebanon, Kosovo, and Tibet.

But Latorre and Zimmern assure us that the seismic demographic shift heading our way will bring nothing but prosperity. That shift is inevitable anyway, so we might as well enjoy it.

Co-author Stefan Latorre will certainly benefit from more mass migration from Latin America. He's an immigration attorney born in Colombia and raised in Miami. He now has law offices in Charlotte; Monroe; Hickory; Greensboro; Columbia, South Carolina; and Jacksonville, Florida. So we know his views are not only well-informed, but totally without bias.

Emily Zimmern is the executive director of the Levine Museum of the No New South. She's also held leadership positions in the United Jewish Appeal. Interestingly, the UJA does not believe in open borders for Israel. In fact, it is dedicated to preserving Israel as a Jewish state, even if that involves the blockade and military assault on Gaza. The United Jewish Appeal's stance is so rigid, it's angered Jews who reject Israel's harsh measures:

Members of Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) gathered outside the offices of the United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in New York today, criticizing the group’s support for Israel’s policy towards Gaza, including the blockade of the coastal territory and the ongoing military assault. ...

The JVP petition is also addressed to Jerry Silverman, the head of the umbrella group Jewish Federations of North America, which UJA is a part of. But when JVP members tried to set up a meeting with Silverman last week, the Federations had a blunt message: there would be no in-person meeting. The umbrella group said they refuse to be in “direct communication” with JVP.

“Your ongoing support for boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel render any kind of direct communication, beyond this email, impossible,” said Federations’ Managing Director of Communications Rebecca Dinar in an e-mail to JVP. “If you alter those tactics, accept Israel as a Jewish State and explicitly condemned BDS we would be open to arranging a meeting.”
I have no problem with Zimmern or anyone else defending Israel's right to protect its identity. But the hypocrisy and self-promotion of the co-authors of the Observer piece is troublesome.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Weasel Words on Illegal Aliens

From NC Fire:

It's Official; N.C. Rep. Harry Warren (R- Rowan County) introduces a bill to give driver permits to illegal aliens in N.C.

The bill language reads, “TO ENSURE THAT CITIZENS AND LAWFULLY PRESENT ALIENS CAN TRAVEL SAFELY ON THE ROADS OF THIS STATE BY ENSURING THAT EVERY DRIVER ON THE ROADS OF THIS STATE HAS BEEN PROPERLY LICENSED OR PERMITTED.”

Please feel free to contact these N.C. Representatives and tell them how you feel about their proposal.

They will tell you, "that's simply not true", BUT - keep in mind, “lawfully present aliens” INCLUDES illegal aliens that qualify under the DACA deferred deportation program. They are considered “lawfully present” even though they have no “legal status”.

Hold their feet to the fire. Don't let them get away with it!
Notice this stab in the back is sponsored by Republicans. While Democrats can't wait for new clients for the welfare state, Republicans are slobbering at the prospect of cheap, exploitable labor.

Who represents North Carolinians in the NC Legislature? I have no idea.

South Florida is again trying to secede from Florida

Southern Florida is a Cuban and Northeast colony, and is very different from the panhandle. I've heard natives refer to it as "LA": Lower Alabama. South Floridians resent the conservative climate of the Panhandle, and feel not enough attention is given to "global warming." The bottom line is that the division between South Florida and the Panhandle is intensifying:

The difference between South Beach and the Panhandle feel like different worlds sometimes, much less different states. After an unsuccessful attempt last year, South Florida is again trying to become the 51st state in the Union.

The committee of South Miami passed a resolution to help open talks on creating a separate state. With the passing of the resolution, the committee calls for the Miami-Dade County League of Cities to investigate the details behind and reasons for creating a new state. ...

For most Floridians, there is already a distinct line between the two parts of Florida. If the bottom half of the state were to secede, the border would be drawn just north of Hillsborough, Brevard, Orange, Polk and Pinellas counties.
Secession: It's not just for conservatives -- or Southerners -- any more.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Tensions high following Somali protests in St. Cloud

How's that multicultural adventure going? Peachy, that's how. Check out the good times going down in Minnesota between Somali immigrants and the locals:

Tensions remain high in St. Cloud following a walkout and protest by Somali students alleging a pattern of bullying and discrimination against them.

Reports of a fight triggered a lockdown at St. Cloud Technical High School Friday, summoning police, sheriff's deputies and State Troopers to the same place more than 100 students and parents gathered on the lawn Wednesday to protest what they describe as an insufficient response by Tech teachers and administrators to their concerns.
And some people worry Third-World immigrants aren't assimilating! The Somalis seem to fit in just fine -- they know how to act like an oppressed minority, how to make demands, and protest when their host country doesn't give them what they want fast enough. Rev. Al would be proud.

What does the future hold for multicult USA? The same as above, only more of it -- as exotic, new ethnic groups accumulate enough numbers to make themselves heard and manipulate an oh-so-eager news media, they'll join the raucous chorus of petulant, always simmering minority groups. And Leviathan will laugh.

Lee Kuan Yew, RIP

The rebel leader who fought for independence from Britain and then led the movement to secede from Malaysia has died. Lee Kuan Yew showed the world that the city-state model is not only possible, but possesses a number of distinct advantages over the megastate. The "Charging Lion" has left us. From the BBC:

Lee Kuan Yew, the statesman who transformed Singapore from a small port city into a wealthy global hub, has died at the age of 91.

The city-state's prime minister for 31 years, he was widely respected as the architect of Singapore's prosperity.

In an emotional televised address, his son Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong paid tribute to him.

"He fought for our independence, built a nation where there was none, and made us proud to be Singaporeans. We won't see another man like him."

Mr Lee oversaw Singapore's independence from Britain and separation from Malaysia. His death was announced early on Monday. He had been in hospital for several weeks with pneumonia and was on life support.
Singapore seceded in reaction to widespread riots between the ethnic Chinese and Malays in the 1950s and 60s. Once again, we see how good fences make good neighbors.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

California Man Allegedly Spray Paints Face Black to Escape Police

Wow. Talk about going from the frying pan to the fire! An Hispanic man thought he could disguise himself with black spray paint:

A California man spray painted his face black "in an effort to camouflage himself" and evade police, a Madera Police Department spokesman told ABC News today.

But the "camouflage was ineffective," the spokesman said.

The suspect, Jose Espinoza, 23, was arrested on Saturday night facing charges of possession of stolen property and theft of a vehicle, the spokesman said.
This is as dumb as the Bloods members in Lake Wylie, South Carolina, who killed a white couple last October to prevent them from testifying about a robbery. Like the Bloods, Mr. Espinoza wanted to cover up a petty crime by committing a far more serious crime. To try to avoid punishment for car theft, Espinoza put on blackface. Now he's REALLY in trouble.

Federal judge finds Wisconsin abortion law unconstitutional

Of course he did. Job number one for all federal employees is to boost the power of the federal government while undermining state authority, and to spur the Long March through the Institutions.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Officials: Evidence in hanging doesn't support foul play

Sensationalism? Fanning racial strife? Who, us? But we're the news media, and EVERYONE knows we deal in the truth -- that is, THE TRUTH. So when a convicted murderer was found hanging from a bedsheet near a small Mississippi town, the focus wasn't on the facts, but on THE NARRATIVE (The South is eeeeevil). Here's a partial transcript from the CNN news video:

The ghosts of the Confederacy still loom over Port Gibson, Mississippi. So the news of a black man hanging in a tree stirs the dark past back to life. Just a short drive from this Confederate soldier memorial, 54 year old Otis Byrd was found hanging from this tree with a bedsheet around his neck.
In case you missed the implication, CNN spells it out: "Is this a suicide? Or is it a lynching -- a shadow from the South's history of racial violence re-emerging?"

Because only the South has had racial problems. (Ignore Watts, Crown Heights, and the Boston busing riots, since they weren't in the South, and therefore, do not count as racial problems. Those were -- civil unrest issues.)

But once again, evidence -- which must be racist -- points toward suicide. Curses! Foiled again!

Friday, March 20, 2015

David Petraeus: Iran more of a threat than ISIL

Better grab the barf bag. David Petraeus is banging the war drum:

Former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus says the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant is not the biggest threat facing the United States in Iraq.

“In fact, I would argue that the foremost threat to Iraq’s long-term stability and the broader regional equilibrium is not the Islamic State; rather, it is Shiite militias, many backed by — and some guided by — Iran,” Petraeus said in written comments to The Washington Post’s Beirut bureau chief, Liz Sly.
So NOW Petraeus is worried about Iraq's "long-term stability"? Who's responsible for wrecking the country in the first place? Amazing.

I wonder if Petraeus would've gotten off so easy for leaking classified documents if he'd refused to parrot AIPAC's talking points?

Thursday, March 19, 2015

France’s Front National Gaining in the Polls

Vive Marine Le Pen!

Who would've thought the birthplace of leftist thought would be the first Western nation to stand up to the multicults? C'est trés formidable!

Death by Government

Our rulers and their outsourced PR departments (the media, the SPLC, academia) would have you believe we need more powerful, more centralized government to protect us from our own personal bogeyman, whether it's a bomb-making jihadist or (gasp!) a White Supremacist.

But facts are facts -- the record proves that the deadliest threat to humanity is big government. Don't believe it? Read the record for yourself and decide, provided compliments of the bionic mosquito:

According to one estimate, some 231 million people died in the 20th century due to “human decision.”  Some of the lowlights of the century include:
·        World War I: between 13 and 15 million
·        The Armenian Genocide (1915): 1 million
·        The Russian Civil War and subsequent Polish-Soviet conflict (1918-1922): 12.5 million
·        The Mexican Revolution (1909-1916): 1 million
·        The Spanish Civil War (1936-1939): 600 thousand
·        Various colonial and other pre-1914 wars: 1.5 million
·        World War 2: between 65 and 75 million (including German and Japanese concentration camps)
·        Wars and conflicts between 1945 and 2000: 41 million
·        USSR forced starvations, labor and concentration camps: 35 million
·        North Korea: 2.4 million
·        Various campaigns in China (1949-1975): 47 million
·        Forcible enslavement in Congo (1900-1908): 4 million

These deaths are attributable to the decisions made by humans sitting in seats of government authority.  

So the next time someone hyperventilates that we must yield more of our tax dollars or liberties to government bureaucracy so it can shield us from some threat, remind them of what the REAL threat to human life and liberty is.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

We have seen the future

Sociologist Robert Putnam studied diverse communities and was shocked at his own findings:

In the most diverse communities, neighbors trust one another about half as much as they do in the most homogenous settings. The study, the largest ever on civic engagement in America, found that virtually all measures of civic health are lower in more diverse settings.

“The extent of the effect is shocking,” says Scott Page, a University of Michigan political scientist. ...

"People living in ethnically diverse settings appear to 'hunker down' -- that is, to pull in like a turtle," Putnam writes.

Was Putnam right? Late Tuesday night, a Burmese family in New Bern, North Carolina, was attacked by a young man with a knife. He killed three children and wounded the mother and another child. Read the reaction of the neighbors who heard the sirens wailing in the middle of the night:

The suspect, identified as 18-year-old Eh Lar Doh Htoo, also a Burmese immigrant, was arrested and charged. Authorities weren't sure of a motive and a language barrier is affecting the investigation. ...

A neighbor who lives about five houses away said he heard sirens late Tuesday night and decided to stay inside.

"We were scared. We just locked the door," said 23-year-old Yyoch Rmah, who moved to the U.S. from Vietnam in 2006.

He said there were a lot of Burmese refugees in the neighborhood, and people from other countries.

"People keep to themselves," he said.
This is the world Soros, Zuckerberg, and the Koch brothers are imposing on us. Better hunker while the hunkering's good.

Sebesta Watch

We should all really, really make the effort to read Ed Sebesta's blog. Judging by the ZERO comments for each post, no one else is reading it, so we Southerners, as the fortunate objects of Sebesta's bizarre obsession, should at least take an occasional peek at his strange assertions. You just never know what you'll see.

In his latest jihad against Southern heritage, Sebesta wants the Historic Richmond Foundation to deny the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy use of the Monumental Church. He begins his letter to the Foundation by informing them they are hearing from an Important Person:

I am an investigative researcher regarding the neo-Confederate movement. I have had two books published by university presses and articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. I enclose a copy of my online curriculum vitae which is also online at http://templeofdemocracy.com/curriculum-vitae.html. Additionally there have been other articles published at Black Commentator also accessible from my online curriculum vitae.
That's an effective way to get people's attention because it invokes the most important question of our age: "Have you read Ed Sebesta's curriculum vitae?"

After softening up the Foundation with his idea of shock and awe, Sebesta tells them he has two "requests," which he presents as follows:

Do not allow the Sons of Confederate Veterans to use any of your facilities for their 2015 national convention or for any other activity either now or in the future.

Do not allow any other neo-Confederate organization, including the United Daughters of the Confederacy, to use your facilities for their activities either now or in the future.
Okay, Ed, when you make a request you say, "Would you please ..." But when you say "Do not ..." you're issuing an order.

I suppose talking like a crown prince comes naturally to someone with a distinguished curriculum vitae. I wouldn't know.

And before I forget, be sure to check out Sebesta's post on YET ANOTHER Lincoln worshiper who invokes The Great Liberator to promote the latest leftist cause, the "Black Lives Matter" movement. Not only is it short, it contains this dazzling and incomprehensible gem:

Hopefully people who are concerned that human life matters will perceive historians who in their thinking Black lives don't matter.

Wow. That, my friends, is what linguists would classify as a grammatical cowplop. See what you've been missing?

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Quote of the day

"In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found, than in the clause which confides the question of war and peace to the legislature, and not to the executive department. Beside the objection to such a mixture to heterogeneous powers, the trust and the temptation would be too great for any one man." - James Madison

United flight turns back after unruly passenger yells 'jihad'

Yet another ugly hate crime against Muslims, as reported by CNN:

A United Airlines flight made a U-turn in the sky after a passenger ran toward the cockpit screaming "jihad, jihad," according to a government official with direct knowledge of the incident.

The pilots told air traffic controllers that after the passenger began acting violently, other passengers subdued him, according to LiveATC.net, which provides audio of air traffic control transmissions.

"He ran forward towards the cockpit, and he is being restrained by passengers," one of the pilots said. "The cockpit is secure, and we would just like to return to the airport and have the authorities meet him."
Isn't this disgraceful? After all, everyone knows that jihad means the "peaceful propagation" of the message of the prophet. Even George W. Bush assured us that Islam is a "religion of peace." The passengers who tackled the man who was clearly eager to share that message with the pilot and co-pilot need some cultural sensitivity training.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Has Rand Paul Squandered His Chance To Lead the Nonintervention Cause?

Another activist with good intentions gets assimilated by the Borg. From Antiwar:

The letter to Iran masterminded by uber-hawk Sen. Tom Cotton and signed by 47 Republican Senators, including most surprisingly Rand Paul, has caused quite a stir. The letter basically states that any agreement the President makes will be subject to congressional approval and should not be considered binding until then. Some leftists have accused those who signed it of treason, and claim they are in violation of the Logan Act. Hawkish interventionists, on the other hand, have praised the signers as heroes.
Shows what happens when someone goes to DC. Instead of fixing it, they become part of it.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Man arrested for shooting two Ferguson officers

Jeffrey Williams has been arrested for his attempted murder of two Ferguson police officers. I wonder if his defense will be "Eric Holder made me do it!" Stay tuned.

Strains of ‘Dixie’ brings complaint at WBTV

The bad news: A WBTV photographer whistled "Dixie" while working in the studio. Someone complained, and management can't grovel low enough:

Management held meetings this week in the WBTV (Channel 3) newsroom to address staff concerns about racial sensitivity.

On Wednesday morning, a photographer was heard whistling in the newsroom the folk tune “Dixie,” whose origins date to the blackface minstrel shows of the 1850s before becoming an anthem for Southern forces in the Civil War. Several African American staffers were in earshot.

On Thursday, two meetings were held with staffers and WBTV general manager Nick Simonette (send him an email) and news director Dennis Milligan.

“We wanted the staff to know that we don’t tolerate things in the workplace that make people uncomfortable,” Milligan said. “We encourage people to come forward. I think it was handled in an appropriate way.”
The good news: As of 3:06 PM, all the comments following the story are pro-Southern, and completely against the perpetually offended. Ha!

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Quote of the day

"Set aside a certain number of days, during which you shall be content with the scantiest and cheapest fare, with coarse and rough dress, saying to yourself the while: 'Is this the condition that I feared?'" The Roman philosopher Seneca, on how to inoculate yourself from affluenza.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Li'l Lindsey Graham would sic the military on Congress

What could we expect from the Graham administration? For one thing, there would be a LOT more discipline in DC. A lot more. For starters, President Graham would reverse Obama's "budget cuts" to the Pentagon's bloated budget -- never mind that the current base military budget of $534 billion will be the largest in the history of the United States. The Pentagon's bottomless pit already receives 55% of all federal spending.

But that wouldn't be enough for President Puss in Boots:

And here's the first thing I would do if I were president of the United States. I wouldn't let Congress leave town until we fix this. I would literally use the military to keep them in if I had to. We're not leaving town until we restore these defense cuts. We are not leaving town until we restore the intel cuts.
Oh, goodie. A military dictatorship to force Congress to appropriate even more taxpayers' dollars for the Pentagon. That would also be a boon for the Democrats since the NAACP has called for a return to military rule to enforce even more aggressive Civil Rights laws. I can see Graham's campaign slogan now: Win-Win with Lindsey!

Government is the problem

Not only do a solid majority of Americans express a record low opinion of government, they are now saying that the government is the biggest problem they face:

Government has been named the most important problem facing the country for four straight months and has widened its lead over the second-ranking issue of the economy compared to last month, a Gallup poll said.

Eighteen percent of Americans named dissatisfaction with government the most important problem facing the country, followed by the economy at 11 percent and jobs at 10 percent.

In February, government was still tops at 17 percent, but was followed closely by the economy at 16 percent, then healthcare at 10 percent.
No wonder our handlers are trying to whip up a war with Russia, Syria, Iran, or all three. Gotta do something to bring the rubes back on board.

"Housewife" arrested for "extreme animal porn" on phone

Okay, this is more diversity than I can handle. A man who fancies himself to be female and has taken the name Dawn Love took his her its phone in for repairs, but the technicians discovered photos on the phone of people having sex with horses. Horses? Oh, Wilbur! What part of the word "neigh" do these men women perverts not understand?

Of course, at the rate we're descending, I'm sure "extreme animal porn" will be a "Jeopardy!" category by 2020.

Be sure to click on the link to the Daily Mail and take a gander at the picture of the perp. If that's a woman, then I'll be the top pick at the next NBA draft.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

US flag symbolizes racism, should not be displayed on campus

The flag of the DC Empire represents "racism." This is an official pronouncement from university professors, so it must be true:

A group of university professors has signed a letter showing their solidarity with students who tried to ban the American flag at the University of California, Irvine – because they said Old Glory contributes to racism.

“U.S. nationalism often contributes to racism and xenophobia, and that the paraphernalia of nationalism is in fact often used to intimidate,” read a letter obtained by the website Campus Reform.

On March 3 the U.C. Irvine student government association voted 6-4-2 to remove Old Glory from a campus lobby for the sake of cultural inclusivity.
This is big-bucks entertainment here! The truth is, despite its flowery rhetoric about liberating the oppressed, the DC Empire has a proven history of mass murder against brown people. And now the Yankees are revving up their engines for nifty, new wars against brown people in Syria and Iran. But it's for a noble cause, so it's okay -- just ask our PR guys.

You can't help but laugh -- after all these years of the South being condemned for "racism," it was just a matter of time before the REAL mass murderers were exposed for what they are. Sweet.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Quote of the day

"Nature, as we know, abhors a vacuum. Vacuums will be filled, one way or another. In rejecting its past, the West has laid itself open for conquest and exploitation, either at the hands of a corrupted ruling class or through the ascendancy of a rival civilization with a clearer sense of mission and identity." - John Fitzgerald

Sunday, March 8, 2015

You're entering the "No Judgement" Zone

In Midland, Michigan, a man goes into the ladies' locker room at Planet Fitness. A woman named Yvette Cormier alerts other women and complains to the management. Guess who gets kicked out?

Guess again:

Cormier said an employee at the front desk told her that the individual identifies as a woman.

After taking her complaints to Planet Fitness' corporate office, Cormier said she was told that the gym was a "no judgement zone" and they would not tell the individual in question to stay out of the women's locker room....

Cormier said she then got a call from Planet Fitness' corporate office telling her that she was violating their "no judgement" policy. She says they asked if she was going to stop talking to other women in the locker room and she said she would not.

Cormier said the representative told her she was no longer welcome at the gym.

Fortunately, I didn't go to the University of Michigan, so I can say that this is INSANE.