Tag Archives: communism

Independence Day Weekend 2020

Now is the time for us to declare independence once again. To resist tyranny once again. This is the day we must rededicate ourselves to that for which this nation has stood for over 200 years.

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It Figures …

… another “mass shooting” and the mainstream media cannot wait to blame “the far right.”

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Progressive Commerce


Imagine shopping at a hypothetical store of the future, where the price of any product is displayed via your cell phone app. The store doesn’t put a price tag on any item and there are no prices on the shelf displays. The convenient app does it all for you. But there’s a catch.

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Madre Dearest

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How fitting that Hillary Clinton’s campaign minions, people at the Clinton Foundation, and possibly even CNN reporters refer to Hillary as Madre. After all, the woman wants to run everybody’s life, as if every other human being on the planet is too stupid, “deplorable,” or “irredeemable” to be trusted with any decision, no matter how minuscule.  She wants to be our mother, you see, but forever–she never wants us to grow up. We’ll be in her nest for all time. Hillary, the mother from Hell.

Yo, Mama!

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Short and Not Sweet

riotandarson-copy-1Short and not so sweet. So simple even a simpleton can understand:

A vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for more of the above.

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What Is True Social Justice?

BrookingsFromJanuary - CopyIn an article entitled Why Trump frightens the GOP Illuminati, author Lee Cary quoted Robert Kagan, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution–a political think tank that claims to be independent and non-partisan. Here’s a sample of their non-partisanship, in which Trump supporters are analyzed in the most arrogant, insulting way, adding selfishness and a dearth of empathy (i.e., sociopathy) to the usual descriptors applied by the elite to Trump supporters:

racism and nativism and xenophobia and misogyny and homophobia and anti-Semitism.

And they wonder why folks in flyover country support Trump.
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The Top 1/10 of the Top 1%

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We recently learned that Hillary Clinton’s income places her and her husband not only in the top 1% of income “earners” (among those hated one-percenters) but also in the top tenth of that top 1% (quite an elite group)!

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Paean to Income Inequality?

This song, The Trees, by 1970s-era progressive rock band Rush describes a dispute between maples and oaks in an imaginary forest.  The maples resent the oaks for being taller, because, in the maples’ opinion, the oaks are hogging all the light.  The oaks don’t understand that point of view, because they’re only doing what comes naturally. The song ends thusly:

… So the maples formed a union
And demanded equal rights
‘The oaks are just too greedy
We will make them give us light’
Now there’s no more oak oppression
For they passed a noble law
And the trees are all kept equal
By hatchet, axe and saw.

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Who Wants Income Equality? Do You?

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While arguing for a large increase in the minimum wage, Barack Obama recently said:

Across the developed world, inequality has increased. … But this increasing inequality is most pronounced in our country, and it challenges the very essence of who we are as a people.

Obama called this perceived need to address the allegedly growing income inequality as the

defining challenge of our time.

We know Obama only too well, and so we also know that the challenge, in Obama’s reasoning, is how to impose communism, redistribution, and income equality on nearly everyone in the USA (with the elite like himself excepted).

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Thanksgiving Lessons

Following are excerpts from A Thanksgiving Lesson, by Chip Wood: [emphasis added to quotes]

Did you know that our Pilgrim forefathers tried communism when they first landed at Plymouth Rock? …

The Pilgrims who arrived at Plymouth Rock in 1620 were incredibly brave and hardy souls. They were motivated by the noblest of virtues. They vowed, each and every one, to be as selfless as possible—to always put the needs of the group first. They agreed to own everything in common and to share everything equally.

And their naïve piety almost killed the entire colony. …

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