Tag Archives: racism

Fake Memes

The video speaks for itself. Fake news versus truth. Conspiracy theories versus truth. Crazy liberals! It’s interesting to watch Democrat officials getting hoist on their own petard.

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Thoughts in the New Year

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I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping for a lot of change in the “popular culture” over the next few years. Hoping, but not convinced that it will happen–the phonies and hypocrites among us are too fond of their special snowflake identities.

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And They Wonder Why So Many Americans Support Trump.

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The above photo, published in rare newspapers and hard to find on the Web now, says it all. This is an AP photo of (probably paid) anti-Trump agitators in Eugene, Oregon, a few days ago.

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Boycott the Oscars?

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In keeping with the current reality of everything coming down to race in our supposedly post-racial nation (as expected and promised–but not fulfilled–by the election of Obama), controversy is brewing over a lack of Academy Awards nominations for black actors, directors, or movies:

Outrage erupted online Thursday about the lack of diversity in this year’s Academy Awards nominations, and stars are continuing to weigh in.
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Excuse Me: The Pilgrims Were Not Like ISIS

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On Thanksgiving Day, a notoriously progressive newspaper, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, ran an editorial that outrageously likened the iconic Pilgrims to ISIS. The anonymous author(s) claimed that their suggested revised narrative of the origin story of the American people …

at least the immigrant population that over 400 years has come to dominance

… is truthful, citing as their source a television program on the also notoriously progressive PBS.

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Obama’s Sampling and Selection Bias

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After reading Obama’s speech about the Oregon shooting, I noticed something interesting, perhaps instructive.

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A 21st Century Parable

2006_Tuskegee_Airmen_Congressional_Gold_Medal - CopyThere once was an aging hero. For ninety-three long years he has graced this world.  He served admirably in WWII, as a member of a group of African-American pilots known collectively as the Tuskegee Airmen.

During World War II, Black Americans in many U.S. states were still subject to the Jim Crow laws and the American military was racially segregated, as was much of the federal government. The Tuskegee Airmen were subjected to racial discrimination, both within and outside the army. All Black military pilots who trained in the United States trained at Moton Field, the Tuskegee Army Air Field, and were educated at Tuskegee University, located near Tuskegee, Alabama …

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