Category Archives: Black Lives Matter

Elections Have Consequences

We’ll soon see what “smart justice” will look like, under progressives. First, a little background, from the Los Angeles Times no less: [emphasis added to quotes]

… Robert McCulloch’s 28-year tenure as St. Louis County prosecutor came to a sudden, unexpected end.

In a Democratic primary election, McCulloch got trounced 57% to 43% by Wesley Bell, a city councilman from the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo.

You might remember McCulloch. For a brief moment, on Nov. 24, 2014, he was the most-watched law enforcement official in America.

That night, eastern Missouri was bracing for violence as McCulloch announced that a grand jury had declined to indict police Officer Darren Wilson for fatally shooting unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown after a struggle in the city of Ferguson.
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Shame!

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders forced to leave a restaurant because she works for President Trump. DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen harassed at a restaurant and harassed at her home by “protesters” because she’s enforcing our immigration laws and, by so doing, protecting our country.

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Russian Trolls

Below is text translated (with some editing) from a Russian magazine article, concerning activities of “Russian trolls” and how they used social media, online fundraising, and community organizing to interfere in the politics of the United States.

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Columbus Day Weekend

On Monday the United States celebrates Columbus Day, a national holiday. On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed in the New World.

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Phony NFL Virtue-Signaling “Unity”

A message to the NFL:

Video by Dean Brown at YouTube.  Thank you, Dean. This song by Merle Haggard couldn’t be more appropriate background music for fan reaction to this week’s NFL National Anthem fiasco.

Now comes news that the Green Bay Packers had a new plan for their game last night. They expected fans to stand with arms linked with neighboring fans during the National Anthem, as the players themselves planned to do (instead of kneeling in disrespect for flag and country).

Maybe I’ve had too much caffeine on National Coffee Day, but I’m sorry. We already have, and have had for decades, a tradition about how one is supposed to behave during the playing of the anthem.

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Why Trump Continues to Win

Everybody seems to have used the above image by now, but it bears repeating because it’s so darned true.

What is it about the alt-left, progressive brain that makes it impossible for its possessor to learn from experience?

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Former St. Louis City Officer Found Not Guilty

An update to the previous post: The verdict came down this morning on the case of Jason Stockley, a West Point graduate and Iraq war veteran:

Not guilty.

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