Posts Tagged: Race


Is Black Lives Matter Indirectly a Pro-Second Amendment Movement?

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We’ve had another shooting, and predictably some jerk is admitting to politicizing the victims to advance his radical agenda. What will get buried in the news cycle is that the #BlackLivesmatter backed down from its threat to disrupt the Twin Cities’ Marathon. As the Pioneer Press’ Joe Soucheray observed, aside form self promotion to their… Read more »


Maybe the race problem in America is… the focus on race

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The events last week in a South Carolina were tragic and heartbreaking. Those are the only words I can come up with that embody the senseless loss of life and the pain the family and community feels. Unfortunately however that tragedy has spurred some misdirected anger… specifically as it relates to what everyone is (wrongly)… Read more »


Blind In Texas (Guest Post)

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The McKinney pool party incident is one issue that’s generated some strong opinions. We’ve heard that the problems started when a resident verbally abused and attacked the gathering’s organizer, or maybe the cause was the horde of teenagers that were overrunning a private pool where the hostess violated the Homeowners’ Association’s guest rules. We’ve heard… Read more »

Hey, remember when blackface wasn't cool?

Hey, remember when blackface wasn’t cool?

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  It has been disclosed that Rachel Dolezal, the head of the Spokane NAACP, is actually white and according to her brother lives in “blackface.” Liberals are falling all over themselves defending her which begs the question- why wasn’t blackface always cool? Remember this?   Didn’t go over so well, despite Whoopi’s involvement. How about… Read more »


From the Charlie Hebdo attack to your local street corner: Multiculturalism as a fount of bloodshed

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There has been much commentary about the events in France over the last week. One of the major causes for the motivation behind the home grown terrorists who struck the offices of Charlie Hebdo is the fact that in many places in France, France is something of a foreign country. There are hundreds of “no-go”… Read more »


Illegitimacy: America’s racist past and present dooms its present and future…

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I recently got into a lengthy discussion with some friends that makes me wonder how much longer the country can survive. Why? Because of such starkly different views on the nation, our history and the role of government. Frankly, I’ve never felt so bewildered in my life as to how people looking at the same… Read more »


The Cult of Liberalism

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Religions are largely kept together by the faith of the followers as opposed to proof. Whether it’s Christianity, Judaism, Islam or any other religion, it’s not science or empirical evidence that keeps millions or billions of people believing, it’s faith. Indeed, religions are full of claims that our current scientific knowledge would say are impossible,… Read more »


Parenting Chicken Hawks? [Reader Post]

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The conservasphere has been having a field day with this one. In case you haven’t seen it yet, MSNBC has a new “Lean Forward” ad campaign featuring on-air personality Melissa Harris-Perry weighing in on public education, and how it relates to children and their families: “We have never invested as much in public education as we… Read more »


Secretary of State? John Kerry Belongs in Jail! [Reader Post]

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It looks like John Kerry will soon be our next Secretary of State. The initial nominee, Susan Rice, went down as a sacrificial lamb so that the Republicans can say that they got their pound of flesh and President Obama can get the person he probably wanted in the first place without the same intense… Read more »


Despite what the polls say, Mitt Romney will win by double digits… here’s why [Reader Post]

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2012 will not be a reprise of 2000. Although Barack Obama is building an army / phalanx of lawyers to try and redirect the election to the courts with the hope that the justices will lean against throwing out a sitting president, it won’t happen. 2000 only happened because the election was so close, with a mere half percent difference between the candidates. In 2012 that will not be a problem. Of course that was all about electoral votes, not popular, but the two usually go hand in hand. Michael Barone does a good job of looking at the electoral landscape. I’m looking at the popular vote.